Get Your Old Car a New Unlost With These Smoking GPS Deals
For cars not plagued with screens, standalone GPS units mean navigational freedom without paper map
Most newer cars have some sort of GPS unit built into them. There are some exceptions, of course, like my wife's 2019 Honda Odyssey that locked the GPS behind a higher trim level. Fortunately, it supports Apple Car Play, which is enough of a workaround to get the job done.
But for those with older vehicles not plagued by gigantic screens, the option to use Car Play or Android Auto might not exist. And for the modern turn-by-turn world, a GPS might be required every now and then. And thankfully, those little gizmos still exist for that very reason.
We decided that it was time to dig up some deals for those of you still rocking the frugal 1997 Honda Accord daily driver or occasionally E30 BMW weekend car that still might not know their way around town. Take a look at some of the best standalone GPS units deals currently on Amazon.
- Garmin nüvi 52LM ($46 off)
- Garmin Drive 52 ($20 off)
- Garmin Drive 50 ($36 off)
- Garmin Drive 61 ($105 off)
- Garmin dezl OTR700 ($73 off)
- TomTom GO Supreme ($20 off)
- Rand McNally OverDryve 7 Pro ($220 off)
- Rand McNally TND 750 ($130 off)
- Rand McNally TND 550 ($127 off)
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