Mio Navman has introduced three new sat-nav models to its range, with the 470, 475 and 575 all vying to be your new dashboard travel buddy.
The 575 model leads the pack with its 4.7-inch screen and slightly slender, more stylish body, while the 470 and 475 pack slightly smaller 4.3-inch screens and a more bulky design.
All three models come with IQ Routes built in, which helps you choose the best route at certain times of the day, and also pack 3D Junction Views, spoken street names and speed camera data to save you getting caught out. Real-time traffic information is also available on the 475 and 575 only.
An interesting new feature on the trio is a feature called LearnMe, which will learn the roads you drive on most often, and adapt your route options to suit your preferences.
This means whether you’re a motorway motorer or prefer a countryside jaunt, your sat-nav will pick up on this and adjust itself accordingly.
All three models will be available in May with prices to be confirmed. Keep it locked to Stuff.tv for a review as soon as we get our mitts on one.