- Size (LWH): 0.6 inches, 4.8 inches, 2.9 inches
- Weight: 4.96 ounces
Garmin nüvi 2475LT 4.3-Inch Bluetooth Portable GPS Navigator with Lifetime Traffic Updates
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- Preloaded maps for North America and Europe, includes over 8 million points of interest.
- Lane assist with photoReal junction views.
- Park position recall - find your car where you left it.
- Speed limit indicator - unit displays speed limits for most major roads.
- Lifetime traffic updates.
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Whether you’re driving through an unfamiliar city or on your daily commute, nüvi 2475LT makes your trip easier than ever before. It includes FREE lifetime traffic updates¹, advanced lane guidance and more.
Get Turn-by-Turn Directions
Garmin Guidance 2.0's intuitive interface greets you with two simple choices: "Where To?" and "View Map." Touch the screen to easily look up addresses and services and to be guided to your destination with voice-prompted, turn-by-turn directions that speak street names. It comes preloaded with maps for North America and Europe. It also includes more than 8 million points of interest and offers the ability to add your own.
Avoid Traffic Tie-ups
With FREE lifetime traffic updates from 3D Traffic, our most extensive traffic avoidance system, nüvi 2475LT can help you avoid delays. We check traffic conditions more than 2 billion times each month, so you can easily reroute around congestion and arrive on time.
Know the Lane Before It’s Too Late
Now there’s no more guessing which lane you need to be in to make an upcoming turn. Available in select metropolitan areas, photoReal junction view makes unfamiliar intersections and exits easy to navigate. When you approach an exit or interchange, nüvi 2475LT will enter split screen mode and show you a realistic depiction of junctions on your route, complete with road signs and arrows that indicate the proper lane for navigation.
Go Beyond Navigation
Point-to-point navigation is just the beginning. nüvi 2475LT features a microSD™ card slot so you can store and use detailed cityXplorer™ maps or download custom voices and vehicles for free from the Garmin Garage. Bluetooth® connectivity lets you make and take hands-free calls and texts, while dual-orientation functionality lets you hold the nüvi vertically or horizontally for added convenience driving or walking.
nüvi 2475LT's "Where Am I?" emergency locator provides your exact latitude and longitude coordinates, the nearest address and intersection, and the closest hospitals, police stations and more while Enhanced Exit Services tells you what services you’re approaching on the highway.
What's in the Box:
- nüvi 2475LT
- Preloaded City Navigator® NT North America (U.S, Canada and Mexico) and Europe
- Lifetime traffic¹ (indicated by "LT" after model number on the box)
- 3D traffic receiver with vehicle power cable (vehicle power cable is also traffic receiver)
- Vehicle suction cup mount²
- USB cable
- Quick start manual
¹Free lifetime traffic updates may not be transferred to another person or another Garmin product. Lifetime traffic extends for the useful life of your Garmin traffic receiver (as long as you own a compatible Garmin GPS) or as long as Garmin receives traffic data from its traffic supplier, whichever is shorter. Traffic content not available for all areas. See traffic coverage areas.
Top Customer Reviews
The GPS is super simple to use with a very logical user interface, and the POI coverage is pretty good. I typed in a few obscure places and if found them all.
The one thing that is a little screwy has to do with re-routing. As a test, I programmed an address and selected a route that was a shorter distance but a longer travel time by 10 minutes (1:30 travel time). But instead of following the GPS directions, I drove a route that I was familiar with (1:20 travel time). The 2455 kept trying to get me back on to the route I originally chose even when I was at a location 1 hr from my destination and the re-routing would have taken 1:30. I would have expected the GPS to choose the route that I was traveling on when the time and distance became shorter than the re-route but that was not the case.
Overall I'm happy with the GPS. I'm just not sure about the re-routing logic.
I purchased Garmin Nuvi 2455LMT (Life time map & Traffic) online. To start with it showed errors on the map of area well known to me. I tried to update map following the directions on the "micro" manual, it installed the map on computer (windows 7), but failed to update it on the device in spite of several attempts with the option 1 (recommended) on the installation wizard. I called Garmin client support and they walked me though the installation again with both fire fox and internet explorer browsers, it never got installed on Nuvi. At last the device froze. I Called Garmin again, they at last advised now to press down the start button for a minute or till it turns on. At last it turned on .This time they asked to install the map using the option No 2 (manual) on the installation wizard. It updated the map without any hitches in about 45 min and the device is working OK now. So if you fail to update the map try using option 2. They are having software problems with many new models with lifetime map update (LM).
1. Small 4.3 inches screen size and 0.6 x 4.8 x 2.9 inches device size fits your pocket like a wallet.
2. Life time map update is a great feature; I am not sure about life time traffic though since it usually takes you through by-routes circumnavigating a vast area.
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"I'm JerryWithaJ and I'm a GPS junkie!"
For some reason, Garmin releases a new mid-level GPS and I have to try it out. It's not like I *really* have to. I was using a 1350LMT. I had lifetime maps and traffic...and lane assist! However, I'm lucky enough that I can afford a new GPS every year or two and I have family and friends who are happy to get the units I replace...and the split screen advanced lane guidance was too much to resist.
The more I use this unit, the more I like it! I was starting to doubt my sanity when I ordered the 2455. It really didn't seem to have that much to offer over the 1350. When I saw the new interface, my first thought was to deduct stars for it. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. However, in the end it is the new interface that convinced me that getting the 2455 was the right thing to do.
There ARE annoyances.
* The ads (with traffic) do seem to persist a bit longer on the 2455 than on my 1300 series units. They can be removed with the extra-cost ads-free Garmin 010-01031-00 GTM 60 HD Digital Traffic Receiver), which I've purchased and reviewed.
* One scrolls down the screen by pressing an arrow on the left of the screen rather than the right. It makes for a shorter reach, but means that one's right hand is blocking the screen while it scrolls.
* The units STILL do not accept zip codes for entering destinations.
That said, now, to the interface that has won me over so completely!
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Some features that I really like:
Traffic: After reading some other reviews online, I didn't have high hopes for the traffic feature, but it performed much better than expected. It seemed to be relatively up to date on traffic jams and pretty much matched the traffic indications on Google Maps. The Nuvi helped me navigate around several long traffic jams (including one 9 mile stretch of stop and go traffic). As expected, it only picks up traffic near large cities, which was fine for me - check the coverage maps on Garmin's website to see if it covers your area before purchasing lifetime traffic. I did see some ads from the ad-supported traffic, but they were not at all annoying, they only popped up on the map page when I was stopped (but were always visible on the traffic info page).
Speed limit indicator: This is surprisingly accurate, often the exact second I'd pass a new speed limit sign, the speed limit displayed on the Nuvi would update. This is a big help when you're not sure if you missed a speed limit sign and wonder if you're still in a 70mph zone.
Lane Assist - the lane position indicators were mostly useful, but not always accurate. Sometimes it would indicate that you should be in the far right lane, but you find out that it is only valid for the *next* exit and and if you're not careful you might end up in an exit only lane that goes to the wrong exit. Not a huge deal if you're paying attention to street signs and don't blindly follow the GPS's directions.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this GPS to replace a TomTom after TomTom stopped offering map updates. My experience with it has not been favorable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matthew
Some of the onscreen buttons take a couple of tries to activate, the worst being the traffic conditions icon. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mr. Daniel J. Schechter
Was good while it lasted (about 2 years) Screen started powering off and was fairly unresponsive to touch. Display would not update frequently. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dom