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The Garmin nuvi 2555LMT is a mid-range automobile GPS unit with a 5-inch touchscreen display.

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screen is large enough that the text and map are easy to read

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can be used in landscape or portrait modes as desired

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free to keep the maps and traffic up to date

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reliable operation, never crashes or freezes up

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compact design is easy to carry and doesn't take up much room on the dash

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acquires satellites quickly once it's on

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controls are fairly simple, don't need instructions for it

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.

takes a long time to start up and initialize

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.


The Garmin nuvi 2555LMT is a mid-range automobile GPS unit with a 5-inch touchscreen display. It features Garmin's Guidance 2.0 system, free lifetime traffic and map updates, photoReal junction view, and dual-orientation functionality. Additionally, the nuvi 2555LMT sports an emergency "Where am I?" function and a microSD card slot for loading up additional maps.

The nuvi 2555LMT's Garmin Guidance 2.0 system features a simplified user interface, 8 million preloaded points of interest and turn-by-turn voice navigation designed to help users find their destinations more easily. Its photoReal junction view allows the nuvi 2555LMT to display unfamiliar intersections in realistic detail with complete with road signs and arrows which indicate the proper lane to take. Meanwhile, the nuvi 2555LMT's emergency "Where am I?" function provides the user with his or her exact GPS coordinates, the nearest address and intersection, and the closest hospitals and police stations.


  • View routes on the 5” (12.7 cm) widescreen touch display
  • Enjoy FREE lifetime map and traffic updates
  • Avoid traffic tie-ups with 3D traffic, subscription-free live traffic updates from the our extensive traffic avoidance system
  • Know which lane to be in thanks to advanced lane guidance with exclusive photoReal junction view
  • Use in portrait or landscape mode
  • See what's coming ahead with Enhanced Exit Services
  • Get fast route calculations and address look ups with Garmin Guidance 2.0
  • Emergency "Where am I?" function
Post Review
11/06/2011 01:46

I like the portrait mode for this device. I realized that its probably a better orientation for a GPS device since it shows you more of what`s ahead of you, rather than what`s beside you.

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