Tomtom Truck 520 vs 620 vs 6200 vs 6250 vs 5350 or 5350 / 7350 comparison — TomTom Community

Tomtom Truck 520 vs 620 vs 6200 vs 6250 vs 5350 or 5350 / 7350 comparison

ApakezdodikApakezdodik Posts: 4 [Apprentice Seeker]
hi guys.can you please clarify me the difference between these models?
as far as i get it:
520 - 5 inch and wifi only
620 - 6 inch wifi only
6200 and 6250 - 6 inch + cellular data ,but what is the difference between them?
+ how about the 5350 and 7350? it seems these are identical to the 520 (5350-cellular and 7350 wifi only)
+ what is the difference compared to the older 5250 and 7250 models?
also i have seen the 8375 and 8475 versions too,does these available as consumer models?

its quite confusing,theres a lot of models and i havent found any detailed infos or comparison charts

+ one more thing: how does the subscription works with these models?every unit has lifetime map updates?

thanks

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  • rider1riderrider1rider Posts: 337 [Supreme Pioneer]
    520 5inch 620 6inch -smartphone connected for traffic
    6200 6inch comes with a sim inside for traffic connection
    6250 6inch for trucker and hgv's

    never heard of 5350 or 5350 / 7350

  • DougLapDougLap Posts: 6,899
    Superuser
    Hi @Apakezdodik

    GO520/GO620 are 5 /6" units designed to be used in Cars and whilst they can be updated via direct connection to Wifi they need the connection via Bluetooth to a smart phone to get the Traffic data etc. The units have the world maps available for download

    GO5200/GO6200 are the same as the former ie Car based units except they have an inbuilt mobile sim which will connnect to the Tomtom servers for the Traffic data and so do not need a Mobile Phone. There is no charge for the stat used by the Mobile Sim which works within the region the unit was purchased in. The units have the world maps available for download

    GO6350 is a Truck based units with a Map of the region within which they are sold and designed for use by Truck drivers. You are able to input the Trucks dimensions etc so it uses roads suitable for the vehicle. It can be set to create routes for a Car but does not have access to the World car maps.

    The other GO5350 and 7350 etc are also Truck based maps similar to the GO6350 except they are managed via the Webfleet website and have the Webfleet software on them. The WF software enables the Truck management to know where their vehicles are and how they are driven etc.

    If you go to the following website an log in with your account you can find details on the current Car and Truck devices with details of the lifetime mapping /traffic/cameras etc. The above referred too models are slightly older versions.

    Doug
  • ApakezdodikApakezdodik Posts: 4 [Apprentice Seeker]
    thanks.can you tell me what exactly the difference between the 5250-7250 and the newer 5350-7350?
  • DougLapDougLap Posts: 6,899
    Superuser
    Hi @Apakezdodik

    Do not know much about Webfleet units. which is what they are. Try Googling for details. which I think will suggest that the %350 is an older version. Not only do you have to pay for some updating services with the Webfleet units but the Webfleet service is an extra cost as well I think.

    Doug
  • LochfrassLochfrass Posts: 13,677
    Superusers
    6200 and 6250 - 6 inch + cellular data ,but what is the difference between them?
    A big Point:
    The Professional 6200 has only a 1 Year traffic and cam includet.
    The Professional 620 and 6250 have Lifetime Traffic and camera
  • ApakezdodikApakezdodik Posts: 4 [Apprentice Seeker]
    i see.thanks
    how about the 7250/7350?
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