Summary: After a few months of use, I think the 3790 is a solid unit. I like the improved address interface. The mapping is as good as my previous one. The traffic alert is OK, but I haven't had a chance to use it to bypass traffic. Most of the time I'm stuck in it before, I can do anything.
Summary: You all know how we don't like the route a GPS takes us on sometimes. Well, this one learns the route you prefer to take instead of the route it suggest. Cool! There are a lot of things I like about this GPS.
Summary: Being a refurbished unit, I wasn't expecting a 100% cosmetically-nice and functionally-perfect product. As reviewed previously by other users, my unit rebooted itself during use, and hung occasionally.
Summary: My first GPS was Garmin, it was bulky, slow and sometimes the traffic didn't work. My latest GPS is Garmin, it is slim, slow and sometimes the traffic doesn't work. Do you see a pattern here? I will sum my likes and dislikes in several points: What is good?
Summary: This is my second Nuvi and I opted for a Garmin refurbished unit (which was indistinguishable from new). Rather than review its many features, I'll concentrate on its performance in day to day driving.
Summary: Have been using this device for more than 4 months now. This GPS is very good and does its job nicely. Two issues: 1. The internal memory is not sufficient for 2013 maps. I added SD card after map update but doesn't look like the GPS uses SD card added after map updates. 2.
Summary: I recommend reading some of the bad reviews of the 3790LMT before purchasing because if you do I suspect like me you will be pleasantly surprised with how well it works. I purchased this for my wife's Prius because we were about to take it on a road trip from Indiana to New York.