Sunday, March 18, 2012

Garmin StreetPilot c330 Review


UPDATE: Most of the several generations old StreetPilot series, including this model, has been discontinued. For a more current recommendation, check out our Auto GPS buyers guide or go straight to our Garmin nuvi comparison chart.


The Garmin StreetPilot c330 is a popular  automotive navigation device, from a company known for great customer service and intuitive menus.

Unlike the c320, the c330 comes preloaded with City Select maps for North America or Europe. Step up to the c340 and the unit will announce upcoming street names and add optional FM TMC traffic alerts.

Over 100 users have contributed reviews of the StreetPilot c330 at Amazon.

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The official Garmin C330 page.

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  1. It really is easy to use. It has everything one needs in a GPS device. Why pay more? Unless you want something that fits in your pocket. The Mio would then looks like a better choice.

  2. Istok, you make a good point. I do think the screen visibility has gotten better on newer models though.

  3. Hello, you can’t find our address on GPS, so parcels are not properly delivered and tourists don’t find us easily. Please add our address to your system:
    Moulin du Roz, (Goasquintin) F-29690 Berrien, France.
    Thank you,
    Martin Oehlmann

  4. NAVTEQ and TeleAtlas, which supply maps for most GPS units, both have online ways to correct map errors and suggest new points of interest.

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