Garmin has released a new assortment of GPS-navigators for its nuvi range that packs the latest features into a cheaper package.
The nuvi 2000 series includes a range of features across the board like multi-stop route planning, route previews, fuel efficient route-planning and Garmin’s nuRoute software that learns your typical destinations and gives impromptu traffic advice and travel times.
At the top of the 2000 series are the LT models, the 2460LT and the 2360LT. They set themselves apart from the lower-end models with voice-activated commands, trafficTrends for traffic condition predictions and photoReal junction view for enhanced lane assist to avoid missed turns.
The 2460LT features a 5in touchscreen and up to 3 hours of battery while the smaller 2360LT features a 4.3in touchscreen and 2.5 hours of battery, with both models weighing in under 200g.
The Garmin nuvi 2460LT runs at a $399 RRP while the 2360LT falls just shy at $349.
The nuvi 2350 and 2250 are the cheaper, slimmer options with a handful less features but more practicality on the go. Models like the 2250 drop the additives like 3D building views for practical city-goer functions like cityXplorer content that helps navigate public transport for the on-foot navigator.
The 2350 features a 4.3in touchscreen that weighs in at 142g with up to 2.5 hours of battery life, while the 2250 features a smaller 3.5in screen with a higher 3 hour battery life, weighing just over 100g, better suiting the on-foot traveller.
The nuvi 2350 retails for $249 and the nuvi 2250 retails for $199.