TomTom VIA 1525SE 5-Inch GPS Navigation Device with Free Lifetime Traffic & Maps of The United States, Advanced Lane Guidance and Spoken Turn-by-Turn Directions

Easy, reliable navigation essential navigation with free lifetime traffic and maps. The via 1525 is perfect for anyone who wants easy-to-use, intuitive navigation. Finding your destination is simple using the search menu or by touching a point on the Map. Advanced lane guidance helps you prepare for exits and intersections by Clearly highlighting the correct driving lane on your planned route.

Product Features

  • 5″ touchscreen – see your next instruction better
  • Lifetime traffic updates – steer clear of traffic
  • Lifetime maps updates of the United States – download free map updates with the latest road changes, for the life of your Device
  • Free software updates – connect to your computer regularly for free software updates, including new Features and improvements
  • Advanced lane guidance – clearly see which lane to take at key junctions on your GPS. No more sudden lane changes or missed turns

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3 Responses to TomTom VIA 1525SE 5-Inch GPS Navigation Device with Free Lifetime Traffic & Maps of The United States, Advanced Lane Guidance and Spoken Turn-by-Turn Directions

  1. Anonymous says:

    TomTom Via 1625, you’ll like it Have only used it a few times but it seems intuitive. Some things to note for potential buyers;1. When you run the initial updates, it takes awhile, like maybe an hour or two.2. 8g of memory on board isn’t a ton with the whole of the US, Mex & Canada going on there. deleat other languages to save a little room in case you have more maps you want to load, or buy an SD card.3. And I verified his on the phone with tomtom because I was a little hacked off. When you…

  2. Anonymous says:

    I like my old TomTom XL350 much better This device is just ok. I like my old TomTom XL350 much better.The display is somewhat washed out and not as vibrant as the old TomTom. Software is buggy, I can’t use the turn off function most of the time as it just flashed from black screen to map screen and back. Device will move too slow, and I need to reset several times. New software interface to make updates is not as user friendly as old version. Navigation works fine although I don’t find lane guidance or traffic warnings as good…

  3. Anonymous says:

    No Speed or Speed Limit displayed unless you are on a planned route Nice large 6″ Display! What you can, and cannot display is the problem!We like to use our GPS as a digital speedometer. But with this TomTom, you cannot display your speed or prevailing speed limit unless you are following a programmed route. If you are Just driving around, know where you are going and how to get there, your speed and speed limit cannot be displayed unless you fool around and program in some kind of route first. This was confirmed through a call to TomTom…