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Garmin Zumo 590LM Motorcycle GPS

The Garmin Zumo 590LM has a big, bright 5.0 inch touchscreen display that is easy to read, even in sunlight. With dual-orientation, you can position the navigator horizontally, for a wider view, or vertically, to see more of the route ahead. And, thanks to its high-sensitivity, glove-friendly, intuitive interface, entering information is as easy as shifting gears.

Looking for a twisty ride? The Zumo 590LM features Curvy Roads routing that navigates to winding rides. Round trip routing can plan your ride, according to time, distance or location. Just type in your requirements and let zūmo take care of the rest.

The Zumo 590LM features Bluetooth wireless technology. With it, you’re free to talk on your phone without having to remove your gloves or helmet. Simply connect Zumo to your cell phone and a Bluetooth-enabled headset or helmet to make and receive calls on the go. You can also call points of interest through the Zumo Bluetooth interface — perfect for last-minute change of plans or a quick stop for food and fuel.

Focus on the road by following spoken street names and navigation commands. The Zumo 590LM can transmit voice prompts to your Bluetooth headset or helmet. Garmin Real Directions guide like a friend, using landmarks and traffic lights, rather than hard-to-read street names.

Music and Media

Ride to the beat of your own rhythm. The Zumo 590LM includes an MP3 player and is compatible with iPod and iPhone so you can conveniently control your music through its display.

Features:

  • Service history log
  • Speaks street names
  • Exit services alert
  • Active Lane Guidance with voice prompts
  • Voice-activated navigation (operate device with spoken commands)
  • Live weather radar and traffic information via the Smartphone Link4 app (subscription required)
  • trafficTrends (calculates routes based on predicted traffic flow)
  • myTrends (predicts your routes)
  • Route avoidance
  • Curvy Roads routing
  • Supports TOPO and custom maps
  • TracBack allows you to navigate right back to where you started, along the same route
  • 3-D terrain view
  • Speed limit indicator
  • Built in MP3 player
  • Vibration- and drop-tested to withstand just about anything you can ride through
  • Compatible with Garmin Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor (sold separately)
  • Accepts MicroSD cards (sold separately)
  • Lifetime map updates

Includes:

  • Zumo 590LM
  • Battery pack
  • Motorcycle mount and hardware
  • Motorcycle power cable
  • Automotive suction cup mount
  • Automotive power cable
  • USB cable
  • Quick start manual

Specs:

  • Dimensions: 5.12"W x 3.7"H x 1.18"D
  • Display size: 4.25"W x 2.55"H
  • Weight: 13.2oz
  • 800 x 480 resolution
  • Transflective Screen
  • Waterproof IPX7
  • 4 hours battery life
  • Audio out jack
  • High-sensitivity receiver

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Garmin Zumo 590LM Motorcycle GPS 4.1 5 21 21
Outstanding GPS Device This thing survived an absolute off-road testing the last week. 1600 miles of dual sport that was 90% rough off-roading. The final test was a crash into a river outside of Big Water, UT. It survived the dunk into a muddy river and stayed put during every other crash of the trip. The mount is simple to use but incredibly strong. Navigation was easy. It was always accurate and easy to read. Once I figured out waypoints keeping it on the predetermined tracks I had loaded onto it was easy. I didn't play with any of the bluetooth connections. Works great with gloves on, screen cleans easily, just a really good GPS. It's pricey but definitely worth it. August 10, 2015
Good but expensive I had to replace my Zumo 220, since Garmin will no longer provide updates on an older model, so I went all out and moved up to the 590. It has many more bells and whistles, most of which I will never use, but mostly I like the larger display and the pictures of signs showing turns off or onto major highways. I used this GPS on a 5,000 mile trip to California. One morning after a previous day of rain the display would only show some type of test pattern. The solution was to remove the cover and disconnect the battery, re-connect it and all was good. A basic re-boot I suppose. Another morning I started to ride without turning the unit on and at a stop light I pushed the power button and nothing happened. Since I was familiar with the route I just let the 590 "rest". After about an hour I pushed the button and it decided to finally come to work. I'm not sure it is worth the high price but the low price Tom-Tom was not Mac compatible….really…it's 2015. I like the unit overall but I don't think this GPS unit should cost what it does. August 10, 2015
great features This gps is an excellent unit for not just motorcycle use but also auto and atv use.Quick and easy setup.Easy to access screen to change data on the fly.Although pricey,this unit will perform all of your needs with ease.I highly recommend this device. August 10, 2015
Just what I need but big dollars After reading several reviews for this product and others I found the Garmin to be far superior for the application I am intending it for which is the tire pressure sensor. The GPS function is an added bonus albeit very expensive. But like anything, you get what you pay for, and the peace of mind of always knowing what my tire pressure is trumps the cost. I found it very interesting as well..how much the tire pressure varies as you ride. Gives you a graph/chart of your tire performance which is pretty cool. July 16, 2015
A Touch of Luxury ..... The Zumo 590LM isn’t cheap, But every once in a while you got to treat yourself. It’s got all the Bells and whistles.. A+ June 28, 2015
Typical Garmin, which is a good thing. I have not yet learned how to use this GPS to its full potential, but I can tell you that I have been impressed so far. Lots of capability packed into this thing. The routing ha been solid, as it always is with Garmin. The user interface takes getting used to, coming from a Zumo 550, but it isn't bad. I have not used the music player yet, so no comment on how that works out. I have seen some complaints of the screen not being readable in bright sunlight. The only time that I have had any problem with this is if the sun is coming over my shoulder onto the GPS. In that case, there can be a lot of glare making the screen hard to see. Quick adjustment of the angle of the GPS, and the glares goes away. Pretty easy. So far, my two biggest complaints are these. First, what in the world was Garmin thinking with that power/accessory cable arrangement??? Please, just give me power, and don't make it a permanent connection. Second, I do not like the typing interface when the GPS is in the motorcycle cradle. The 550 had a much better arrangement, and the full keyboard setup is the best. I still have not figured out how to get it to default to that when on the bike. Anyway, if those are my only gripes. I guess that it allows how good this into its. Yes, it is expensive. Personally, I think it is worth the cost, but, then, I do ride a 990, so one can assume that I place a lower priority on price than I do on quality. May 25, 2015
Getting the best is worth it in this case When I think about what I want to buy or need to buy, there is always a pros/cons analysis that includes a thought of what value something brings. I studied hard when I was looking for a GPS solution for my motorcycle. I have a NUVI 2360, an iPhone, and old NUVI from years ago. If you just want to get from point A to B, then the above work great. But most of us who ride motorcycles want more. We are looking for those roads less traveled and have twisties that put grins on our faces. The GPS's above don't get you there. Unless i was in a hurry to get somewhere, all I used my phone or GPS for was to see where I was. If I got lost I put in a waypoint and said "Take me there". But along the way, I was missing why I rode a motocycle in the first place. Adventure. Now some will just get lost and find their way back. I could never knock that and it's great. But I wanted more. This GPS is the perfect one and is worth getting. Garmin will continue to invest into this unit with the price point it is at. They will be far less willing to leave it alone. Highpoints: Twisty road option that I wanted, works with gloves on, great screen in bright sun, send files from Basecamp easily to the 590, integration with a bluetooth headset/helmet, iPhone, and this unit is easy and works great. If you are going to buy something you really want that installs easily, works flawlessly, customizable, and will help get you some adventure on your journey; this is the one to get. The only thing that was tough to get used to is set up. Make sure you pair the GPS with the iPhone first. Then do a multipoint pairing with a Sena SMH10R. that works best. May 1, 2015
Initially disappointed, but without merit Setup is easy, good connectivity with Bluetooth devices. Initially I was not impressed with the screens brightness, though I later traced that issue to the fact that I wear polarized sunglasses. Once I traded them off to non-polarized, the brightness level was no longer an issue. I've owned many Garmin devices and have never been disappointed. Worth the money once you take into consideration that the accessories included, there is no need to purchase anything else, save for a case. April 14, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
K E: Because it's amazing. Aug 24, 2015
Donald L: My Garmin Zumo 550 quit working, needed new GPS Unit and after reading multiple reviews, videos from multiple websites I felt this was the best GPS Unit on he market, even though it was the most expensive. Jul 22, 2015
Richard G: Used Garmins and other GPS units for work and travel and have found Garmins to be very dependable and easy to use. My helmet has blue tooth and I liked the features that are listed with the unit. Jun 10, 2015
Courtney R: Sometimes I get lost Jun 9, 2015
Howard S: looking for the best GPS that I could find. past experience with Revzilla was very good. May 4, 2015
Chuck C: It is designed for a motorcycle. Apr 30, 2015
John R: I want to upgrade from my Zumo 550. Mar 31, 2015
Cord H: It was either this 590 or the 390 which didn't have the best reviews. Main reason was for the tire pressure monitoring system TPMS. I find that I forget to check tire pressure until I feel the bike handle differently..thought it would make up for my lazy forgetfulness ....being said...pretty pricey but think it will be worth it just for the safety aspect Mar 12, 2015
J U: High quality Motorcycle GPS with many desirable features... Mar 5, 2015
Tom W: time to update my GPS. This will replace my Zumo 550, which I have been very happy with. Feb 23, 2015
Robert N: The larger screen, and the fact that it is waterproof. Nov 7, 2014
Patrick G: Lost the old Zumo 220 on the road somewhere. Sep 8, 2014
Brian Z: For back road adventure motorcycle riding Aug 15, 2014
David N: Prerfer the larger screen, voice commands, MP3/Pandora vs XM Aug 13, 2014
Matthew M: Tired of pulling over to see where I'm headed on my iPhone. Need something that can handle importing & exporting routes/tracks, and one that will last a while b4 I feel like I need to upgrade. Good reviews so far. Aug 11, 2014
fou d: Need a gps with backroads capabilities. Has very good reviews and the lates software so i am hoping not having to replace it for many years to come. Jul 28, 2014
gerald d: im a member with the northern illinois bmw club and everybody has one........also gps city cant deliver on thier promises to ship on a date certain. you had what i wanted in stock. i leadrned my lesson.....always start with revzilla........ Jun 25, 2014
Jim M: Taking a risk on the latest and greatest. Don't kid yourself, motorcycle specific NAV systems are the way to go if you ride. Jun 8, 2014
Niels M: Upgrade from my Zumo 550. Love that I can power my smartphone from the mount & get real time traffic from my phone via the Smartphone Link app. After 7 years of ownership, my 550 was becoming a pain to update, was slow & didn't have trip capabilities like those offered in Basecamp, so it fell back to routes. Jun 8, 2014
Faysal I asked: I'm confused about something. If I want to mount this temporarily (e.g. on a rental bike) and don't want to hardwire it to the bike's battery, can I run USB charger from the GPS to e.g. a 12V outlet (assuming I have the right cable of course)? It appears from the accessories that come with it that you HAVE to hardwire it if you're using the enclosed mount. Surely that can't be right...? Jul 13, 2014
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Michael S: I'm no electrical expert - but I did install my ZUMO 590LM myself without issue. The ZUMO will only work on a motorcycle if connected to the included motorcycle cradle mount. This mount includes a rather large harness/bundle of wires, including the hot and ground wires that need to be connected to a power source. I wired mine directly the battery. While there is a USB port on the back side of the GPS unit used for connecting to a PC for charging and GARMIN updates, etc. - I do not know if that same USB port could be used to power the unit while riding and not directly hard wire the harness wires to a power source. It seem feasible that might work - however, I have read from other GPS owners (different Garmin units) that this type of connection is not water-proof or secure and the USB connection can create issues over time (vibrates loose). I do know that certain motorcycle features on the unit will only work when attached to the MC cradle (and NOT the car cradle included in the box). For example, resetting the fuel settings (miles remaining per tank, etc.) can only be accomplished in the MC cradle mount (and not while connected to the car mount/adapter). Using the additional car cradle mount utilizes a powerlet/cigarette style power plug for your auto.

Sorry I cannot be more definitive... good luck!
Jul 13, 2014
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Mike M: After I was aware of your question, I went out to try to see if I could hook my Zumo 590LM up to my car with just a USB cable. I used an after market USB cable and connected it up to the car charger. It worked fine and indicated that it was charging. I DIDN'T try to us the Garmin USB cable that was provided. I also had to connect directly to the 590LM mini USB port. I'm not sure want type of connection the Garmin supplied car mounting plate has, but none of my USB's or the Garmin computer USB would fit. Only the Garmin supplied car charger with the cigarette type adapter would connect to the plate which then connects to the 590LM. I hope this helps!

Mike
Jul 13, 2014
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Samuel F: The unit comes with a motorcycle mount and a car mount. The car mount simply suction cups on, uses a 12v outlet for power, and has an internal speaker. The motorcycle mount has lots on cable on it for audio inputs and outputs and no internal speaker. You could in theory wire a 12v outlet onto it and tie up the cables, or use the car mount on a ram mount but you may not get audio as you likely won't be able to hear the small speakers. Garmin tech support is much more helpful than the written manual and could tell you if the bluetooth audio connection would function while using the car mount. Jul 14, 2014
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Craig F: Hey Faysal, I just installed the 590 on my BMW . I did hard wire it and it was very easy to do. I wired it to the battery because there's a fuse in the Zumo wiring harness that should protect a direct wire. I"m under the impression that the UBS connection is for data transfer rather than power. The other reason I wanted to hard wire the device was for a more secure connection. Good luck! Jul 14, 2014
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Faysal I: Thanks John. That would be exactly what I'm trying to do. Do you know, once mounted on the base, I would still be able to access the USB socket on the unit? Some of these mounts automatically 'block' physical access to the socket.

I don't mind bundling the wires away as a temporary solution until I'm mounting on my own bike.
Jul 14, 2014
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Faysal I: Thank you Michael, that's very helpful. I guess they really want us to use the mount!

When the device is mounted, is access to the USB socket physically blocked, or would I still be able to run a wire into it - assuming I don't want to hardwire it, since I need to use this on a rental bike.
Jul 14, 2014
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John G: One of the included accssories is a cigarette lighter (to USB) adapter for use in a car, so assuming you have provisions for that on the bike you should not have to hardwire. However, the wiring harness is attached to the cradle, so you will have to stow the bundle of wires. Jul 14, 2014
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Faysal I: Thanks very much Craig. I'm actually hoping to connect the unit itself (directly, not through the mount) to my Powerlet outlet. Is access to the USB socket on the GPS itself physically 'blocked' by the mount once it's mounted? Jul 14, 2014
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Mark F: The included mounts are hardwire for motorcycle and cigarette lighter for car but the gps has its built in battery as well. So you may not have to power it at all for shorter rides. I have not tried this but should work. Jul 14, 2014
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alejandro s: No, you do not need to hardwire it. It`s like using it in the car, you just plug it to the 12v cigarette outlet. I have my bike hardwire, and in my car I just plug it into the 12v cigarette outlet. Jul 14, 2014
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gerald d: I use the usb phone charger cable from my samsung galaxy3 connected to a usb adapter in my powerlet to the gps unit..... Jul 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: I dont have a BT on helmet. Is the internal speaker on the bike mount ? Jun 23, 2015
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Pete D: There is no speaker on the mount. There is a connector on the cable head that will allow for an amplifier to plug in. The amplifier would power a pair of speakers. a set of small earbud headphones MIGHT work on the speaker connector un-amplified, but you would probably have no volume control Jun 23, 2015
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Mukesh P: No, there is no internal speaker on bike mount. However, it comes with car mount which has speaker but it is not designed to mount on bike. Jun 23, 2015
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Phillip N: There is no speaker option for the motorcycle mount, you have to either plug in or blue tooth. The car mount has an internal speaker. Jun 24, 2015
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Eric E: There is no speaker on the bike mount.
The car mount does have a speaker.
Jun 23, 2015
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David N: No, you will need to run the audio thru the bike radio aux input Jun 23, 2015
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John N: No. There is a line out cable you can insert earbuds into. Jun 23, 2015
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Jeff L: No. Only the car mount has an internal speaker. Jun 23, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is there a microphone jack, or do you have to talk into the units built-in microphone? Many riders need ability to use an external mic jack like those on the 550 and 665 gps units. Jul 31, 2014
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fred g: To my knowledge there is no internal microphone. I have to plug in an external mic into one of the jacks.

For the cost of this unit ($$$$) I feel more features should have been included (i.e. an external speaker)...
Aug 1, 2014
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Nimi N: There is an external jack, as well as audio out and extra USB. Jul 31, 2014
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A shopper asked: I do not see XM Radio capabilities. Is this correct? For me this would be a deal breaker. Jul 1, 2015
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Albert B: There is no DIRECT XM Radio capability built INTO the unit. You could run the XM App from your phone, bluetooth it to the unit, and then play it through the Garmin, but there is no option of XM on the unit itself. Jul 1, 2015
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Jimmy Y asked: I am riding a BMW R1200 GS , model 2014 and it has an original GPS cradle. Can this be mounted on the cradle?
the connecting pins look like they are compatible, but not so sure about the size and functionality.
Jun 9, 2015
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edwin f: Negative, the 590LM will not fit the BMW cradle. Jun 9, 2015
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Mateus P asked: Hi, is it possible, to going with south america ou brazil map? And this maps are have life time updates? Tks Oct 14, 2014
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Patrick G: Very sorry. I Only have the North America maps on my 590. I don't have the South American maps on my gps.
The North American maps have lifetime updates. I would expect the South American maps would also have lifetime updates.
Oct 27, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
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