Summary: My old Garmin Nuvi 1490, which I liked and never had trouble with, died after 3 years so I bought the Garmin Nuvi 3760 LMT to take on a trip to Boston, NYC, and DC. I went with this one because it touted an enhanced pedestrian mode.
Summary: I go way back with Garmin, way before the Nuvi models came out. The thing about Garmin is they stand behind their products 100% I have dealt with their tech support and those people are excellent and very helpful. This new generation of Nuvi's blew me away.
Summary: Pros: Simple to use Big screen Sometimes, useful traffic data Cons: Does not remember the recently entered address, sometimes you actually need to complete the route. It also does not remember the route that you take daily and keeps trying to push you towards the one that it thinks is better!
Summary: I love the thin size, the high resolution screen, and the glass capacitive touch screen. The mount is very nice with its own external speaker which gets quite loud and remains audible. The driving directions, however, are not always very smart for city driving.
Summary: It comes with a quick start manual only ,if you want a 71 page manual, you must print it off the internet. The GPS locks up at times , when it puts a coupon on the screen for a motel. You then have to reset the GPS , which is not covered in the Quick Start Manual.