Garmin Nuvi 42 4.3 inch Sat Nav with UK and Ireland Maps

Simply navigation with the Garmin Nuvi 42 straight out of the box. Large 4.3-inch touchscreen and full maps of UK+Ireland. Get easy-to-follow directions that speak to you street names, Lane Assist with Junction View, with 90-day nuMaps Guarantee and Loc8 codes for Ireland.

Product Features

  • Bright 4.3 inch touchscreen sat nav with preloaded street maps of UK and Ireland
  • Lane assist and junction view provide guidance at tricky junctions
  • Displays speed limit, safety cameras and accurate arrival time
  • Easily find addresses and millions of points of interest and Where Am I? emergency locator tells you of your coordinates and the nearest address, intersection, hospitals, police and fuel stations
  • Includes microSD card slot to accommodate map updates and additional map options
  • Easily find addresses and millions of points of interest and Where Am I? emergency locator tells you of your coordinates and the nearest address, intersection, hospitals, police and fuel stations
  • Includes microSD card slot to accommodate map updates and additional map options

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3 Responses to Garmin Nuvi 42 4.3 inch Sat Nav with UK and Ireland Maps

  1. Mr Baz says:

    For a budget Sat Nav it does the job pretty well This is mostly a cosmetic update to the Nuvi 50 model the features are very much the same as the older model, screen and specification are identical just a nicer case; some of the higher end features are missing so don’t expect all the bells and whistles of more expensive models, but it’s certainly decent value for money and a good choice for new users or folks looking for a simple easy to use device.As with every Garmin you get the windscreen mount suction pad and the in car power…

  2. Schnuggles says:

    Nice unit and software – no USB lead Box is well packaged and contains: the unit, the 12v to USB lead for the car and the windscreen sucker. Instead of a manual there is a quick start guide which shows how to add the sucker and how to update the unit, without even using words. Sadly, there isn’t an included USB lead to connect the unit to the PC so you will have to get hold of one making sure it’s the right connector type (there are several USB connector shapes). It may seem minor to some but I think it’s a bit stingy and you…

  3. Jeremy Prior says:

    Fairly capable on the road as basic navigation but woefully short of user-friendly functions. Regret that I can’t give this 5 stars because of the very strange way this device is set up. I will say what’s good about it first. Nice display easy to touch screen and do menus. It so far does a good job navigating seems very clear. It has free initial update of maps and speed cameras. The finding of Satellites is fairly quick and even gets them indoors if the device is near a window. Now the downside of it. There is no audible warning when exceeding the speed limit. The black speed…