Garmin nüvi 52LM 5-Inch Portable Vehicle GPS with Lifetime Maps (US)

Dependable, Easy-to-use Guidance

With its bright 5.0″ display, spoken turn-by-turn directions and many innovative features, the sleek nüvi 52LM offers dependable, easy to use driving guidance.

Detailed Maps with Free Lifetime Updates

Maps of the lower 49 states, plus free lifetime¹ map updates, let you easily find addresses and millions of points of interest.

Innovative Features

Lane assist with junction view indicates the proper lane for a turn or exit with brightly colored arrows and detailed pictures. nüvi 52LM also displays speed limit and accurate arrival time.

One-stop Device Management

Use Garmin Express to keep your nüvi up-to-date. Garmin Express makes it easy to update maps and software, transfer favorites to and from devices, and install free custom vehicles and voices.

What’s in the Box:

nüvi 52LM Preloaded with City Navigator® NT North America – Lower 49 States Lifetime maps¹ (indicated by “LM” after model number on the box) Vehicle power cable Vehicle suction cup mount USB cable Quick start manual

¹If you purchase a nüMaps Lifetime subscription (sold separately or bundled together with certain GPS models), you will receive up to 4 map data updates per year, when and as such updates are made available on Garmin’s website, for 1 compatible Garmin product until your product’s useful life expires or Garmin no longer receives map data from its third party supplier, whichever is shorter. A product’s “useful life” means the period during which the product (a) has sufficient memory capacity and other required technical capabilities to utilize current map data and (b) is capable of operating as intended without major repairs. A product will be deemed to be out of service and its useful life to be ended if no updates have been downloaded for such product for a period of 24 months or more. Unless otherwise stated, the updates you receive under the subscription will be updates to the same geographic map data originally included with your Garmin product when originally purchased. In some instances, your Garmin product might not have sufficient memory remaining for you to load an update to the map data, in which case you will need to either (a) select reduced map data coverage for your updates, or (b) purchase separately a microSD™/SD™ card (if and as applicable to your Garmin product) and load all or a portion of the map data coverage for your updates to the card and insert the card into the microSD/SD card slot contained in your Garmin product. If neither of the measures in (a) or (b) can be used to address your product’s lack of sufficient remaining memory, then Garmin may conclude that the “useful life” of your product has expired. Garmin may terminate your nüMaps Lifetime subscription at any time if you violate any of the terms of this agreement or your subscription. Your nüMaps Lifetime subscription may not be transferred to another Garmin product.

Product Features

  • Easy-to-use, touchscreen interface with a 5″ diagonal color display
  • Lane assist with junction view displays junctions and interchanges with colored arrows that indicate the proper lane needed for your next turn or exit
  • Voice prompted turn-by-turn directions with spoken street names: Turn right on Main Street
  • Includes sturdy suction cup mount for easy adjustment and quick release
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  1. Peter Suslock says:

    Superb GPS Out Performs Units At Twice The Price Having been born with the dreaded condition NSOD (no sense of direction) a GPS is essential if I’m ever to end up getting to where I need to go. My last GPS was the Garmin 3790 which was excellent – however it froze up and died on exactly the 29th day of use which allowed me 24 hours to return it to Amazon.As I researched a new GPS I found it more complicated than putting the specs together for a computer. Reviews are incredibly mixed on each model. All of them have plenty of pros and no shortage of cons. I decided to call the dedicated number for GPS units on Amazon. And doing so was an excellent experience and one that I highly recommend to anyone frustrated over which unit to buy. Amazon also has consultant Reps for computers, cameras, televisions and so on.These folks don’t work on commission – so there’s no vested interest on their part in the recommendations the make it’s a zero pressure approach and really an under estimated service – but a very valuable…

  2. W. Chef "WC" says:

    Great except bad tech support and way too many “clicks” to get around interface Once you are on the road, this thing is awesome. The map guidance is clear, the information on the screen is relevant and timely, and it even tells you what lane you need to be angling for. This is an indispensible part of how I drive. HOWEVER it is unnecessarily painful to enter address information, change settings, etc. The interface for entering an address, for example, proceeds down through screen after screen with a single question on each screen. If you change your mind, you have to click “Back” like 17 times to get out again. This “drill down and back out” pattern is everywhere in the interface and it just sucks. Stuff like that is just bad design and it has not changed for years with Garmin so I don’t think they care about it. How hard would it be to put a “back to map” button on each screen? Etc. Convenience is not the main idea here sadly. But still 4 stars for being RELATIVELY awesome! :-)UPDATE: my Garmin recently broke. It took me 4 emails over a…