It's a Garmin 65 (the base model, not the Alexa model), and it was my birthday present (my only other birthday present was the thankfully very minor subungual hematoma I gave myself working on the spare tire "dummy hub" for my trunk rack).
They've greatly improved these things since the pocket-size one I bought over a decade ago (a DeLorme, I think), which took forever to acquire enough satellites to figure out where it was, and could barely direct a Boy Scout to a candy store.
This one powered up thinking it was in Miami Beach, FL, and before I'd even made it to the freeway on-ramp to go to work, it had correctly figured out that it was in Fountain Valley, CA, approaching the Ellis/Euclid 405 onramp.
And it powers itself up when it senses external power, and powers itself down when the external power goes away. Nice.
It should fit very nicely just to the right of the radio, overlapping the big bezel that surrounds the radio.
Update: I tried attaching the suction-cup mount to the smooth dashboard panel above the glove box, below the airbag, and to the right of the radio. It's not smooth enough, and it's too convex.
That doesn't suck!
Then again, I'd never intended that as a permanent solution; I'd always planned on fabricating a bracket, incorporating an appropriately sized ball.