TomTom GO 52 with Lifetime Maps/Traffic, Updates via Wi-Fi, Compatible with Siri and Google Now, Hands-Free Calling and Smartphone Messaging

The TomTom GO 52 Car GPS with Wi-Fi, TomTom Traffic, Life time maps from United States, Canada & Mexico is the smarter, faster, better connected Car Navigation GPS with voice control, smartphone message reading, Hands Free calling & easy to keep up to date via Wi-Fi. Free lifetime maps and traffic are all included. This Car GPS can learn your driving habits and save you time in the car by intelligently predicting destinations. Starting up and planning routes is lightning fast speed thanks to the GO’s upgraded processor. Want to plan your trip before you get in the car? Just use TomTom My Drive on your smartphone, tablet or computer and sync with your TomTom GO. TomTom Road Trips are available to download for free now at TomTom/routes

Product Features

  • Lifetime maps of United States, Canada and Mexico: get the latest maps by connecting your TomTom go 52 to your Wi-Fi network. We issue free new updates seasonally for the life of your device
  • Lifetime TomTom traffic: insanely accurate traffic information enables your TomTom go 52 to intelligently plan routes around traffic
  • Updates via Wi-Fi: get the latest maps and software for your TomTom go 52 built-in Wi-Fi. No computer needed
  • Compatible with Siri and Google Now: get full access to your personal assistant with your phone safely away; TomTom road trips – available to download for free at TomTom website
  • Hands-free calling and smartphone messaging: so you can keep your hands on the wheel and your phone safely away in your glove compartment

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2 Responses to TomTom GO 52 with Lifetime Maps/Traffic, Updates via Wi-Fi, Compatible with Siri and Google Now, Hands-Free Calling and Smartphone Messaging

  1. Anonymous says:

    Working satisfactorily. Problem Resolved. This is my fourth Tom Tom GPS and it had a major flaw. Over and over again, it sends you to the wrong place. None of the other units I had ever did this. For example – A trip to Costco in East Hanover, NJ sent me to a cemetery on a road 1/4 mile behind Costco. A trip to Monmouth Mall took me 1/4 of mile north of the mall. Strange routing at times, even to streets that don’t exist. It also didn’t recognized some major streets. I called TomTom and on the second call, I…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Good GPS but could be better Clear screen, would be better if a little larger. Slow to upload map updates by Wifi. Has Voice Recognition, but you have to press several buttons to turn it own, then have few responses available so hardly worth the effort. Like the Record Route feature so can record how you got somewhere, then use it again later as the route you want to take– handy when the route you want to take is not the “best route” selected by TomTom. Spoken voice only fair; mispronounces many street names (some so…