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Garmin DriveSmart 65, Built-In Voice-Controlled GPS Navigator with 6.95” High-Res Display

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About this item Easy to use 6.95” GPS navigator Simple menus and bright, easy to see maps Garmin Traffic suggests alternate routes. Backup camera compatible-yes (BC 30 or BC 40) Voice activated and ability to pair with a compatible smartphone for hands free calling HISTORY network of notable historic sites and U.S national parks directory Built in Wi-Fi connectivity for map and software updates without a computer

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For drivers who love new adventures while traveling, the Garmin DriveSmart 65 GPS navigator is the ultimate road trip companion. Featuring simple menus and easy-to-read maps, Garmin DriveSmart 65 lets you view turn-by-turn directions at a glance on a bright 6.95” edge-to-edge touchscreen display. Traffic and map updates are included along with helpful driver alerts to encourage safer driving.

  • 6.95” GPS navigator with smart features and edge-to-edge display
  • Easy-to-use 6.95” GPS navigator includes detailed map updates of North America
  • Simple on-screen menus and bright, clear maps show 3-D buildings and terrain
  • Garmin Traffic is ready to use right out of the box — without use of a smartphone
  • Voice-activated and ability to pair with a compatible and GPS-enabled smartphone for hands-free calling, smart notifications and live traffic via the Garmin Drive App
  • Road trip-ready with the HISTORY network of notable historic sites, a U.S. national parks directory, TripAdvisor traveler ratings and millions of Foursquare points of interest (POIs)
  • Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity for map and software updates without a computer

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Don’t Hate Traffic — Avoid It

Outsmart traffic jams or slowdowns by avoiding them altogether with timely alerts that suggest alternate routes to help you steer clear of construction zones or accidents ahead. Garmin Traffic comes ready to use right out of the box, thanks to the included traffic cable; no need to pair your navigator with a smartphone for traffic information. If desired, live traffic information is available when paired with your phone (To use this feature, you must download the Garmin Drive App to your compatible Bluetooth and GPS-enabled smartphone).

Voice-activated Navigation

Say ‘OK, Garmin,’ and your navigator can listen to your voice commands and navigate to where you need to go.

Enjoy Better Road Trips with TripAdvisor

View TripAdvisor traveler ratings for hotels, restaurants and attractions along your route or near your destination.

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Wi-Fi Keeps You up to Date

Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity makes it easy to keep your maps and software up to date without the use of a computer.

The Benefits of Bluetooth Technology

By pairing Garmin DriveSmart 55 with your compatible smartphone, you can enjoy hands-free calling using Bluetooth wireless technology.

Access Real-time Features

Pair this smart navigator with your phone, and download the Garmin Drive app. This gives you access to real-time information (To use this feature, you must download the Garmin Drive App to your compatible Bluetooth and GPS-enabled smartphone), including live parking (Parking data is available for most city centers) and photoLive traffic cameras (where available) that show live traffic and weather conditions. When connected to a compatible smartphone, text messages and other notifications from your phone will display right along the side of your navigation screen.

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Sites From The History Network

To make traveling more enjoyable, you’ll find plenty to see and do with points of interest from the History Network. It features pictures and descriptions of notable parks, monuments, museums and historic sites.

National Parks Directory

An included U.S. national parks directory helps you discover and enjoy some of America’s most treasured natural resources and experiences. Easily navigate to places within the parks, including visitor centers, picnic areas, campgrounds, trailheads and more.

New Shops and Restaurants

This navigator comes preloaded with Foursquare data, making it easy to find millions of new and popular places.

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Driver Alerts: Know Your Surroundings

To encourage safer driving and increase situational awareness, driver alerts warn you of upcoming sharp curves, speed changes, railroad crossings and more.

Maps Made Simple

The simple and easy-to-see maps show 3-D buildings and terrain, making it easier than ever to navigate where you need to go.

Garmin Real Directions

Easy-to-understand, spoken turn-by-turn directions guide like a friend, using street names, store names and recognizable landmarks (e.g., ‘Turn right after the red building’).

Specification: Garmin DriveSmart 65, Built-In Voice-Controlled GPS Navigator with 6.95” High-Res Display

Product Dimensions

6.8 x 0.7 x 3.9 inches

Item Weight

8.5 ounces

ASIN

B07MN61RKT

Item model number

010-02038-02

Batteries

1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#1,605 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #2 in Handheld GPS Units

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Wireless communication technologies

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi

Connectivity technologies

Wi-Fi

Special Features

National Parks Directory; Garmin Real Directions; Driver Alerts; Find Places By Name; Check Up Ahead; Map Coverage, Voice Assistant; Live Traffic And Weather; Traffic Cams And Parking; Hands-Free Calling; Smart Notifications; Tripadvisor

Other display features

Wireless

Device interface - primary

Touchscreen

Scanner Resolution

480 x 272

Colour

Black

Included Components

Garmin DriveSmart 65 Vehicle suction cup mount Traffic receiver/vehicle power cable USB cable Documentation

Manufacturer

Garmin

Country of Origin

Taiwan

Date First Available

January 7, 2019

10 reviews for Garmin DriveSmart 65, Built-In Voice-Controlled GPS Navigator with 6.95” High-Res Display

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  1. Michael

    I’ve owned Garmin GPSs for years and years. Sure I use the built in car system, Waze, other options on a phone. But there really is nothing like a stand-a-lone unit.This is in some ways not a lot more than the previous generation, but in other ways there is. This one, the 6.95″ screen is easy to read. It may actually be a bit too big. But it does not feel heavy or bulky like other similar ones I had bought over the years. I thought it was lighter than the Garmin DriveLuxe 51 it is replacing. So I put them both on the scale and it weighs a few ounces MORE than the 51. You could have fooled me. It doesn’t feel heavy at all.It was easy to set up and transfer my favorites/saved destinations, register it and get going. I did notice that it is capturing some Galileo satellites. They are a new GPS satellite system sent up by the European Union a few years ago. Nice to have more coverage.The maps are easy to follow and the directions are as usual great….turn right at the traffic light, for instance. You can choose from multiple routes. Though you really don’t know which might be better from a map line if you are not familiar with the area. Looking up places like Costco, CVS, other brand names/non-brand names is great and easy. They have improved the search options.One of the things I have never liked is that when they upgrade the user interface on a new unit it doesn’t go backwards so you can’t benefit from the new changes.I am using the DriveSmart app that is only available for this unit and the 55 unit. It ties into your phone and gives you traffic, live photos, weather, etc. The unit comes with free traffic but the phone app is updated more often and more reliable. I’ve used traffic on the Garmins and if you are out of range in reception, it’s not helping. With the phone you have more reliability.The one thing I don’t particularly like is that the power cable goes into the back of the GPS. Garmin had gotten away from that and had the power going into the mount. It was so much more convenient. The mount is also a bit different too. I am using a dash mount that I can position on my dashboard. I tried the window mount but it was a bit large and took up valuable window space.While bigger (you can get the smaller version) I do like how much detail you get and how easy it is to follow. And it is not bulky at all. Very nice and crisp.The 3D images do help you navigate and know where you are at.If you want a very nice, reliable and self-contained unit this is a great choice. The phone ones are fine, but these add a layer of certainty when you are traveling in unfamiliar areas.

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  2. Michael Mossy

    I purchased the DriveSmart 65 after going from a Garmin Nuvi to using just a cellphone as my primary navigation tool. The cellphone navigation systems are great, but I found myself missing the convenience of standalone navigation units. Specifically, I didn’t like the following aspects of navigation with a cellphone:1) Not being able to easily see the navigation apps when manually using the phone for a phone call.2) Lack of navigation when without cellular coverage; such as when in the backcountry of the Rocky Mountains…unless you pre downloaded offline maps with Google Maps, or used a different app.3) The offline maps for Google never seemed to work right for me, there seemed to always be a problem with resolution that I could not resolve despite multiple attempts. Additionally, I could not get offline mode to always work in general. I tried some of the other free offline navigation apps, but they seemed to be behind in updates, and did not seemed refined, leaving me with a slight but ever present apprehension in my mind.4) I did not like the small screen size when in portrait mode, despite having an iPhone Plus.5) Whenever I needed to do something with my cellphone, such as use an app, the navigation app had to run in the background and inherently not visible to view.6) I missed all the readily visible trip info functions that the Garmin vehicle navigators offered; such as elevation, time remaining until destination, arrival time, and total miles until destination, etc. (The app navigators had similar trip info but was not easily visible like the Garmin).I chose the DriveSmart 65 because it was only incrementally more expensive than the 55, and the extras screen real estate was worth the few extra bucks for me.HARDWARE: The screen beautiful! Great resolution and bright. (I keep the brightness turned up all the way). The 6.9 inch is the perfect size for me since I like to have all of the trip data functions showing on the screen at all times while allowing for ample space for the map/navigation which is the most important part. The screen seems to be made of glass, and hopefully scratch resistant as glass should be, but I’m not sure. There is minimal bezel in the frame which adds to visual appeal but makes accidental touches easy when trying to adjust the postition/angle of the unit on the mount. The screen is responsive to touch and there is little lag navigating through the menus, as it should be for a device at this price point. Speaker is loud and clear, even with my poor hearing. I do not know what processor is in the unit, but hopefully it is an upgrade from last year’s model. I figure it is smart to get the best hardware within your means, especially if you plan on keeping the device for several years, to ensure it will be able to effectively run the software updates. I do not like how the power cord plugs into the back of the device, as all the Garmins do. It would be nice if it plugged into the side or bottom, because having a power cord sticking out the back is inhibitive to custom mounting the device flat up against something or laying it on its back when updating software or working with it on a desk. The mount is standard Garmin, which works OK for mounting on a window, but in my experience always seems to eventually lose it suction ability and falls off the windshield. For this reason I purchased one of Garmin’s friction dash mounts which seems to work ok for now. Battery is rated at 1 hour, but I have not had it disconnected from a power source for that long when using it so I cannot state my findings.SOFTWARE: Very effective and easy to use. It seems that Garmin’s years of production in this industry has allowed time for working out most bugs. The high detail map option provides a lot of detail as the name implies, and the topographic-like map is helpful in keeping the user oriented from a geographical perspective. There is a zoom in/out capability on the map like all Garmins have, but unfortunately when zooming out with the intention to use it that way indefinitely, the unit will automatically zoom you back in to the default setting, as if it does not really want you to have full reign on the feature. Tou can sync your phone to the unit with Bluetooth, allowing you to have phone notifications for email/text/etc to show on the Garmin. Additionally the device shows weather and allows the option to make and receive phone calls when synced to your phone, for those that may need such a feature. The unit has WiFi capability for updating software and maps without the need for a computer. However after attempting to update the maps 4 times through this manner, I got error an error code each time and the the device aborted the process. Perhaps it is because my internet connection is not super-high-speed but In not sure. It will be nice to see if many other people have the same issue. Regardless, the maps will have to be updated via syncing with a PC.CONCLUSION: The device delivers good performance as expected from Garmin. Accurate navigation and excellent native route planning. Screen is excellent, bright and high resolution for a navigator. Size is right in the sweet-spot. Price is a lot more than the lower end Garmins, and I am not convinced that the features this unit offers are practical enough to justify the higher cost. Considering the screen and great performance, if the processor is better than what is found in last year’s model, this is a good value.VERDICT: Nice to have a stand-alone navigator again and don’t have to use my phone as my main navigation. Happy with the purchase despite the matters I mentioned above. Would buy again, and recommend this to anyone looking for a great stand alone navigator.

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  3. DL7a7

    I got this when I started a pizza delivery job. I drive 75% in the city and 25% in the country (Southern Illinois).I LOVE the subtle-ding the Garmin gives me when I hit 5mph over the speed limit (optional feature I enabled). It also displays the speed limit in most cases.The Voice Recognition is roughly what I expected. If I could rate the voice recognition on a 1-100 scale, I’d give it a 87. It recognizes well used streets well…but not quite as accurate on lesser known or said streets (or streets that could easily sound like something else). I always turn off the radio when I speak to allow it to hear me better. (But in most cases it can recognize with the radio on low).The SPEED at which I speak to the Garmin is Roughly 10-15% SLOWER than the Normal/Natural rate I would use if I were talking clearly to a Person. This seems to make it easier for the Garmin to read…But it could be slightly irritating to the impatient. Also the SPEED at which the Garmin Speaks to me (after I speak to it) will say something like, “Did you say, ‘123 Park Street”…..Then I’ll reply, ‘Yes’….then then Garmin will say to me, ‘WIll you like to begin Navigation’, then I’ll say, ‘Yes’ then it’ll Beep/Chirp and say, ‘Please Drive to the Highlighted Route’….The conversation of the paragraph above could be better….and could be worse….Once again (I only use the voice activation if I sense that it’s an, “Easy’ Street for it to recognize like Main Street or Park Street…not ‘Chataqueaua Street’ (That it mistakenly thinks I said, ‘Choctaw Street’ as an example)It finds roughly 98% of the addresses I look for. Usually is it doesn’t find it…its because it’s a new subdivision or street. It also occasionally happens when when it’s WAY out in the country.Despite me griping about a few things…I only do so to highlght what I’ve noticed. Overall it not only have achieved my expectations…but it slightly exceeds it (Minus the voice activated aspect/Which I’d say it only reached my expectations)The other thing I’ll say I love…Is How/When the Garmin decides to zoom in on the screen/Zig Zag Pattern of the Road as you get CLOSER to the destination. AS you get closer to the destination the Garmin Zooms in on the REMAINING portion of the route which REALLY helps out on knowing what to expect further down the road.My lights are about to be replaced (Older Mini-Van) BUT…If I were driving in the country (Little to No Street Lights)…It is a LIfesaver to be able to SEE/KNOW sharp curves ahead of time by looking at the Garmin.Also…if you’re in an older part of town (With a lot of one way streets)…It’s nice to have an audible voice Warn you as a backup, “You are going the WRONG way down the Steet”…HahaThings that could be better…And it could be worse:The ability of the Garmin to find the exact apartment number (In an apartment complex/Mobile Home Community).If I could rate that on a 1-100…I’d give it only a 35. (Granted it’s not something they claim to have)Small gripe I have. I drive a GM vehicle and I have to sometimes turn the headlights on/off twice before my headlights go off…Sometimes when I do this the Garmin will say, “Say a Command” and while it’s speaking it sounds like somebody pulled the plug on it WHILE it was speaking…it sounds a little harsh WHEN this happens (Which isn’t ALL the time/But it DOES happen occasionally). It’s not something that can’t be dealt with (and isn’t Too loud…but it’s slightly irritating when it happens)If Garmin could eventually master knowing all the apartment numbers/mobile home communities and on which face/side of the building they’re located on…it’d make things MUCH easier though (Delivering Pizza’s). Believe it or not….Sometimes it takes less time to get to an apartment complex vs finding the right building. Less people have addresses well lit/Visible on their homes/mailboxes than you’d think.Overall I’m VERY happy with the purchase. On the rare 2% of the time I couldn’t find an address….my cellphone would always get me there.**Also, I bought the Backup Camera from Garmin** It’s DIRT-Simple to install (A child/elderly person) could install it themselves unassisted. The 2 Lithium AA batteries I purchased (**NOT**-Included-by-the-Way)…lasted Roughly a month (Jan-Feb 2020).

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  4. Nome de Plume

    Let’s get this out of the way right now. Would I buy another one? The answer is I have already done so to give as a gift.While the GPS is not perfect, my three months of use have demonstrated it’s many advantages ease the sometimes recalcitrant nature of the beast. There are a few things that are important to know.1. The map download takes about four hours.2. Voice recognition requires speaking S-L-O-W-L-Y.3. The system sometimes fails to recognize destination information input manually (typed) but will find same using vocie commands.4. It is frequently necessary to specify a city before an address is located.Things I really like:* Clear guidance in advance about whether my next turn will be either left or right* Continuous flow of the cross streets coming up* Very accurate destination ETA* Tripadvisor ratings for many restaurants and attractions* Digital speed readout* Very clear spoken directions* The display darkens after sundown* Points of interest is a great feature in a previously unexplored area* Informs driver when GPS signal is lost* Pings a change of status like the speed limit dropped* Quick and accurate Garmin supportThings I don’t like* Sometimes difficult to get destination entered* Have had it give inaccurate directions

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  5. logdog

    This Garmin 65 is a great upgrade from my aging Garmin 1450. My old Garmin was hard to see in bright sun, search was difficult to useless and the “recalculating” voice was very annoying. My new Garmin has a bright, clear display in any light. I use a CD mount and the 7 inch display does not block my car info/camera display. Basic voice commands like change volume, go to a saved favorite, view upcoming turns, etc. work well as long as I turn down the radio volume. Voice search commands are a little hit or miss. However, I do appreciate that it includes Trip Advisor ratings in the search results. I also like having the ability to modify my route to avoid areas I know to be congested. And if I decide to take a different street than Garmin suggested, it just updates the route without the annoying “recalculating” voice. Turn instructions are much descriptive than before with “turn right at the traffic light” or “turn left at the stop sign”. I highly recommend this model and am very glad I went with the larger screen.

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  6. Jamie

    Pros: Garmin Drivesmart 65 is a great unit, nice large screen, easy to use, voice controls, what’s not to like. I have my Garmin camera also hooked to unit and works great.Con’s: Would love the option to have a speech button on map screen while driving.

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  7. Decolliber

    My old Nuvi 1450 has been often refusing to boot up, and I first bought a Drive 61 as a replacement. The screen was terribly washed out and hard to see in the car, even with brightness turned up to 100%, so I quickly returned it. The Drive Smart 65 is a huge improvement (as it should be for $100 more). The higher resolution screen (1200×720 vs the Drive 61 res of 480×272) yields a screen image that is crisp and clear at 50% brightness. Larger screen is great for tired old eyes, and if take care positioning it, your view will not be obscured.As others have noted, if you use a generic cable and charger rather than the Garmin supplied car charger, it will boot you up into computer mode instead of driving mode, unless you are quick to reset the cancel button.Garmin Express is very buggy and it took a while for it to recognize the DS65, but then it did an update in about 1 hour and transferred my saved places from the Nuvi 1450 to the DS65. You can also do the update over wifi, though I did it over cable in case of signal drop (since the instructions warn you that if the update is interrupted, the device could become unusable!). Pairing to iPhone for instant traffic was easy after downloading the app. Have no need for the voice functions and have not tried them.Overall, a good purchase that has restored my waning faith in Garmin. I use Google maps (via Apple Car Play and iPhone) when in a city with good cell reception but satellite obscuring buildings (eg, no Garmin signal in mid/lower Manhattan), but on the open road (often with spotty cell reception), I prefer a dedicated GPS.

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  8. David M. Gillespie

    Used several different Garmin GPS. This one has a very clean look. Slim and not heavy. The device graphics are sharp and very clear. The font size is slightly larger than the older ones which for this senior is very appreciated. Really like it.

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  9. Al P

    I did not buy a unit with the traffic monitoring cable since I live in an area where it would not be available, plus I have HD traffic on my Toyota Tundra and it is marginal at best. I also did not want something else that would connect to my iPhone like the other Drive models. The Drive 52 is a little larger than my Nuvi 1300, and easy for me to see. I have a Garmin dash mount and don’t use the suction cup mount. I really like the speed limit and turn lane displays. I also like options for routing and faster searches for POIs. The touch screen works well, but you have to hold your finger on the map for a second or two if you want to pan it. The only issue I had to figure out on my own concerned the map layer option and “Up Ahead Places”. Apparently you can only select three categories at one time, which is more than enough for me. I could not find this documented anywhere. The Drive 52 is a great unit at an excellent price. It is my 7th Garmin product, and hopefully will be as dependable as the others have been.

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  10. DecemberRain

    Let me tell you about the day I fell in love. I found her when I was down and out. I’d driven way too many circles, crying and cursing with the best of them, just trying to find my way to the usual places.The GPS on my phone had been freezing on me for almost a year. Her name was “This f***in’ GPS on my phone.”I kept trying to fix her and she was determined to stay broken. It was like a toxic relationship. She was either too damaged to be good for me or she enjoyed my pain. Which of these I’d tell you would be in direct proportion to how lost she had most recently gotten me.I thought I should solve the problem with a totally separate GPS.Finding Tom (the TomTom I recently owned for a few days) was like internet dating. I read up on his profile, invested more time and money then I knew I should, and ended up just as discouraged and frustrated but now with $200 less in the bank.Tom tried to direct me into oncoming traffic down one-way streets. He had gaps in his maps and his sense of direction wasn’t any more reliable than mine. It’s thanks to Tom that I know Phoenix is gigantic. I suspect Tom wanted to kill me. Whether that be through blood pressure spikes or a car accident, Tom wasn’t picky. After several missed appointments, I broke up with (sent back) Tom.Then came my true love, my Garmin. I was guarded. Was this another mirage in the desert? Would she guide me over a bed of cacti to flatten my tires then leave me in the 115-degree heat?It certainly seemed to be the pattern that was emerging.It took me a couple of weeks to decide on this model. I googled all the features, read reviews until my eyes watered, and asked around. TomTom or Garmin? This model or that? How big is a 7-inch GPS screen? I don’t want something so flashy it gets stolen. What is “drive smart”?I narrowed it down to Garmin with traffic and drive smart or Garmin with Alexa.I decided a woman who gets lost trying to find her way back from the mailbox should be getting all the extra help she can, and not with her grocery list on the freeway.So I chose a Garmin 65 with traffic and drive smart.She arrived with easy installation instructions and the ability to update herself when I connect her to WiFi and plug her into a wall.Instructions came with her about where to download an app called Garmin Drive so she could stay updated on weather, traffic conditions, tell me exactly which lane I need to be in, and direct my calls through her so I’d have hands free calling. My heart gave a flutter. Is this the one for me, finally?I took her on a test drive. I arrived safely, on time, and with normal blood pressure. What magic is this?I spent some time familiarizing myself with her and entering frequently visited locations. I learned that she has a four square link to the History channel and she can tell me where historic landmarks are so maybe I can take her on vacation someday but more likely she will just teach me interesting facts about the stuff I drive past every day. Either way, pretty cool!I have since named her Razza, which is an African name for Hope. I chose this because Razza has been, and continues to be, a life changer for me. I’d ask her to marry me, but I think she’s seeing other people and I don’t want to ruin what we have.Is this the GPS for you? Only you can decide that. Maybe you don’t need something as extensive as I do. To me it’s worth every penny. If you are a person who is as easily flustered and lost driving to new places (or all places) as I am but life insists you drive anyways, this might be a perfect choice.If the maps aren’t updated as well in your area, you could always send her back. With any luck, she’ll get tossed in a pile of Tom-toms. She could teach them a thing or two!

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