Alpine NVE-N872A Automotive In-Dash GPS Receiver
Confidently move out for a long journey on unknown routes if you have the Alpine NVE-N872A GPS. This Alpine automotive GPS receiver directs... Read More
Confidently move out for a long journey on unknown routes if you have the Alpine NVE-N872A GPS. This Alpine automotive GPS receiver directs you turn-by-turn with its voice alert so that you can concentrate on the road. Monitor on your maximum speed, current speed, odometer, route recalculation, and elevation computer with the trip calculator feature of this Alpine car GPS device. The Alpine NVE-N872A GPS comes with a remote control which lets you comfortably operate it. The included maps in this Alpine car GPS device are clear and fast, so reach quickly with safety. This Alpine automotive GPS receiver is designed with ease of use and the digital phone book lets you find the near by hotels, hospitals and many more. Minimize
Product Review Summary
6 Reviews from Epinions.com
Oct 6, 2007
The best nav I've used
Pros: Everything I want in a NAV
Cons: somewhat tricky installation; not-cheap
If you can afford it, there's nothing I've found that's better; Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 5, 2006
Pros: Very satisfied. Read full review.
Cons: Couldn't mount it under my seat. Pricey. Not all places are in the Directory.
If you have the cash for it, splurge. Your friends will love it and so will you! Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 30, 2008
Disappointing performance for my time, effort and money.
Pros: - Installation instructions.
- Better than not having nav.
- DVD updates.
Cons: - Please read the review above, where I outline all my dissatisfaction.
With the cost and poorly executed nav, this is certainly one to avoid. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 15, 2007
Disturbingly poor performance
Pros: Integrates with their Head Units.
Cons: Cons. Everything but the single Pro above and Alpine will not update the software. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 7, 2006
Would not recommend it
Pros: Can be integrated with alpine DVD player
Cons: poor software (inefficient and buggy) and user interface, poor routing, inconvenient Read More at Epinions.com