Garmin's 2013 nüvi sat nav line-up detailed on company's website

Yep, more Garmin stuff we haven’tseen before. The website for the 2013 range of nüvi GPS sat navs is live, and there are a ton of new models in “Essential,” “Advanced” and “Prestige” categories. As you can probably guess, models in the Essential series are the most basic, with standard navigation features and 4.3- or 5-inch screens. The Advanced series has slightly more to offer, such as traffic alerts and “Garmin Real Directions,” which uses “easy-to-see buildings and landmarks” to guide you; there are a couple of 7-inch models in the Advanced series. The nüvi 3597LMTHD is the most feature-packed model, and the only one worthy of the Prestige label. It’s got a 5-inch display, Real Directions, “HD Digital Traffic,” free map updates forever and more goodies. The most basic model in the Essential line is listed at $120, while the 3597LMTHD is the most expensive, at $380. The full breakdown of every model can be found at the source link below.

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