Anyone looking for the new Dash Express can find it at Amazon for $399. The Dash Express uses the Dash Driver Network to crowdsource real-time traffic data by collecting it from other drivers using the Express from 2 million miles of US roads. Additionally, a partnership with Inrix, provider of traffic data, allows the Dash to use traffic info from road sensors and commercial fleets to provide you with even more up-to-date real-time traffic information. Using a frequently updated, historical traffic database, the Dash Express knows exactly how quickly you’ll be able to move down any road you travel for every one of the 672 15-minute intervals during the week.
The Dash Express has a 4.3-inch widescreen LCD touchscreen, uses a SiRFStarIII GPS receiver, and remains connected all the time via a GPRS cellular and Wi-Fi network. Other features include Tru Express, internet and email connectivity, and a PC-accessible control dash.