Sanyo Easy Street NVM-4370 GPS system


It is interesting to note that Sanyo is the best-selling brand of portable navigation systems in Japan, as we rarely see that brand make its GPS navigation systems available across the Pacific. This time round things are slightly different, as the folks at Sanyo feel generous enough to release the Easy Street NVM-4370 in the US. At first glance, you will be greatly surprised at the slimness of the device – it is one of the thinnest GPS navigation systems in the market, measuring less than 0.72″. More on the Easy Street NVM-4370’s features are available right after the jump.

Some of the key features are listed below :-

  • Stylish, thin-bezel design
  • 4.3″ touch ccreen LCD (16:9 widescreen display)
  • Fully enabled Bluetooth with ability to Auto Answer mobile phone; Text Messaging supported
  • True Text-to-Speech
  • Turn-by-Turn directions
  • Power/Menu button is shortcut key to Main Menu from any screen
  • 7 Million POI
  • POI (Along Highway) Search Option
  • New GUI/Map for exceptional ease-of-use
  • Freeway Junction Alert
  • Position Resetting Every 1/3 Second
  • Video Input with SANYO CCA-BC200 Backup Camera compatibility
  • Final Destination Indicator
  • Railroad Indicator with voice alert
  • “Pong” Alert Sound & Repeat Voice Command
  • Roadway Indicators (Green Arrow for freeway, Orange Arrow for city streets)
  • Two Turn Arrow Indicators (“Turn right, then Turn Left”)
  • Speed Sensitive Voice Command
  • MP3 Music Player with FM Transmitter
  • Photo Viewer (JPEG), Video/Movie Player (MPEG-4)

The lithium ion battery is able to last for up to 4 hours of non-stop use, so hopefully this thing comes with some sort of in-car charger so that you won’t get stranded in the middle of nowhere. Sanyo will be selling its Easy Street NVM-4370 for $299.99, which is pretty reasonable by any standards. Are you picking this model up, or do you have a different one in mind?

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6 reviews or comments

Cathleen Prince Says: May 5, 2009 at 7:23 am

are there any down loads that can be added to the sanyo such as different voices, vehicle or anything like that. I just received the 4370 as a gift and I’m tring to get it to do what i want it to. It’s not as easy to navagate as the garmin but i’ll give it a try

Mojo Says: May 24, 2009 at 9:16 am

NO tech support @Sanyo or least at not a website where one can find support for manuals or MAP UPDATE!!!!

AVOID this GPS at all cost!!!

rapido Says: May 31, 2009 at 6:15 am

I did a few test runs and found that the constant reminders to not take an exit very annoying. also the map is missing a lot of steets that you know are faster and more direct and it insists on sending you’s too bad that i have to return it because all the other features like the video/picture viewer, bluetooth and the $99 promo deal are great. I wish I could talk to someone at Sanyo for an up-date or new software

mimidad Says: July 6, 2009 at 1:29 pm

Received as a gift. The features seem good and it works. BUT there is NO SUPPORT try to get support and you get a not me run around from sanyou and its partners. It will probably be returned!

ladymyb Says: May 20, 2010 at 10:09 am

i got this gps in 2008 and there are no updates for it. i was able to call someone and speak to someone and they said they havent came out with any updates dont bother calling their support line because they are no help

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