Garmin DriveSmart 76 MT-S 7 Inch Sat Nav with Map Updates for UK, Ireland and Full Europe, Environmental Zone Routing, Bluetooth Hands-Free calling and Live Traffic

£169.00

  • 7” high-resolution sat nav includes map updates of Europe. 1024×600 pixels, Multi-touch, glass, WSVGA colour TFT with white backlight
  • Environmental Zone routing gives guidance and warnings about Environmental Zones on your route
  • Hands-free calling when paired with your compatible Bluetooth-enabled smartphone and convenient Garmin voice assist lets you ask for directions to places you want to go
  • Road trip–ready features include Tripadvisor traveller ratings and millions of Foursquare POIs
  • Driver alerts for things such as school zones, sharp curves and speed changes help
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Manufacturer

‎Garmin

Language

‎Dutch, English

Item model number

‎010-02470-10

Product Dimensions

‎17.3 x 1.9 x 9.9 cm, 240 Grams

Guaranteed software updates until

‎unknown

Average Rating

4.38

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8 Reviews For This Product

  1. 08

    by Lauri V

    This is a significant improvement over my previous Garmin (2599LMT) that was really getting long in the tooth, having been purchased back in 2014 – but then you’d expect it to be. It’s a very usable satnav, but not without glitches or issues.

    The screen is much improved over the old nav, being slightly bigger and noticeably sharper – easy to read and handle. The performance is also much better, the old one struggled with the current maps, sometimes took ages to recalculate the route and wasn’t even able to store the full Europe map any more – this one handles all of that well.
    It’s also able to update itself via wifi without having to use the Garmin Express software – that’s a bonus as Garmin Express has given me many headaches in the past…

    The screen graphics and navigation instructions are clear and the UI intuitive to use, being used to the previous version it was very easy to adapt to it.

    As for the issues I have with it – it has already crashed once or twice while in use and restarted itself, this used to happen with the old Garmin occasionally as well. The routes it suggests in London are still occasionally rather dubious, that’s probably a map data issue but it hasn’t improved… Finally, while it can work as hands-free device, it seems the mic is rather poor and I’ve not been able to get that to work properly – maybe it’s an issue with my device.

    It’s not cheap though and many people will prefer to use their phone for navigation. I however like Garmin’s UI usability, the clarity of instructions and not having to rely on having mobile signal (very useful when travelling to the remoter parts of UK!)

  2. 08

    by Michael P.

    I love this SatNav because it is accurate and has useful extras. Warnings of upcoming max speed changes, before you get to them. The voice announcer is also more natural and clear. Large, clear screen and fast when looking for supermarkets etc. My only gripe is when I linked to my phone, using the Garmin app. The sound/announcements kept changing to come through my phone, instead of through the SatNav, and I got notifications from other apps showing on the screen, which was distracting. I could switch these off, but I need them on my phone. Other issues meant I had to disconnect the phone. Other than this, the SatNav is almost perfect.

  3. 08

    by Dennis Robbins

    Fantastic, product is going to be great when I use it on the new car when it arrives

  4. 08

    by Reedo

    Typical Garmin layout- screen nice and clear, everything fits on there. USA maps expensive but worked a treat. But the functionality is the problem with this entry level unit. I’d spend more if I were you or try an alternative brand. I have other Garmin products and are very loyal to them but this is useless and after 2 years, not getting better.

    Voice recognition: used to be fine in older units but this has now changed to ‘GO GARMIN’ (whatever that means); it doesn’t work. Period. It will work however when you don’t need it to- such as when you are having a conversation with a passenger.

    The Garmin Drive app: You don’t get half the features advertised unless you link to the Garmin apps via bluetooth. The Garmin Drive app looks like something developed in the 80s and functionality to match. The interface is incredible, check it out. It is so basic its amazing this exists in 2023. It won’t remember any of your previous destinations and half the time will not connect to the satnav at all. Traffic reports are mostly late, or don’t appear at all.

    Often switches itself off, diversionary routes come too late, and a host of other niggles.

    Spend more, this is crap.

  5. 08

    by TRACY

    I updated from a Garmin from about 8years ago this was much better faster and accurate really impressed

  6. 08

    by ACE

    Quality product, user friendly.

  7. 08

    by PKP

    I am in the US and purchased this Garmin GPS for use in an upcoming Europe driving trip. Thus far, the GPS has met all my hopes. Garmin’s website and manuals do not show this, but Europe maps can be updated with the GPS in the US, and you don’t need to be in the geographic area of the maps. Trip planning is great – with TripAdvisor and Foursquare on the device, it’s pretty easy to locate and then save specific destinations, such as hotels and B&B’s, entrances for national parks and parking for small towns where you cannot drive into the center. The simulated drive feature works well to test alternative routes in advance.

  8. 08

    by ian

    My previous Garmin, failed after many years of service, this is a great upgrade. Would recommend.

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Garmin DriveSmart 76 MT-S 7 Inch Sat Nav with Map Updates for UK, Ireland and Full Europe, Environmental Zone Routing, Bluetooth Hands-Free calling and Live Traffic

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