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Garmin City Navigator MicroSD/SD Cards

Garmin City Navigator MicroSD/SD Cards

Description

The Garmin City Navigator MicroSD/SD Card displays points of interest such as food and drink, lodging, attractions, entertainment, shopping emergency services, and more.

Features

  • Will Automatically Create Point-To-Point Routes On NT Compatible Garmin GPS Units
  • Provides Detailed Road Maps And Points Of Interest For Your Device
  • Turn-By-Turn Directions To Any Address Or Intersection
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$49.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

Mexico NT Coverage:
Distrito Federal (Huixquilucan), Monterrey (Guadalupe, San Pedro Garza Garcia), Guadalajara (Zapopan) Has limited Coverage for Acueducto, Adolfo Lopez, Mateos, Colon, Gobernador Curiel, Guadalupe, Mariano Otero, Ocho de Julio, Pereferico and Vallarta. Includes detailed maps containing highways, interstates, residential roads and other navigation features.

Southeast Asia NT Coverage:
Features motorways, national and regional thoroughfares and local roads throughout southeast Asia, specifically:

  • Hong Kong
  • Macau
  • Malaysia
  • Singapore
  • Thailand
  • Brunei
  • Vietnam
  • Indonesia
  • Republic of the Philippines

Eastern Africa NT Coverage:
Features motorways, national and regional thoroughfares and local roads, in Eastern Africa, specifically:

  • Burundi
  • Kenya
  • Rwanda
  • Tanzania
  • Uganda

Middle East And Northern Africa NT Coverage:

  • Includes detailed coverage for major metropolitan areas throughout the Middle East, including Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Qatar, and Oman
  • Includes major metropolitan coverage for Egypt and Morocco

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Garmin City Navigator MicroSD/SD Cards 010-10755-00 City Navigator MicroSD/SD Card, Mexico NT
$49.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Garmin City Navigator Southeast Asia - microSD/SD 010-11652-00 City Navigator MicroSD/SD Card, Southeast Asia NT
$99.99
In Stock
Garmin City Navigatior Eastern Africa NT - microSD/SD 010-11632-00 City Navigator MicroSD/SD Card, Eastern Africa NT
$110.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Garmin City Navigator Mid East North Africa microSD/SD 010-11550-00 City Navigator MicroSD/SD Card, Middle East and Northern Africa NT
$127.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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