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Garmin Zumo 660LM Widescreen Motorcycle GPS

Featuring a bright 4.3” (10.92 cm) touchscreen color display, the Garmin Zūmo 660LM puts all the information you need in an easy-to-read format as you travel down the road. The zūmo 660LM also has a glove-friendly intuitive interface that makes entering information as easy as shifting gears. In addition, the wide sunlight-readable display makes for easy navigation — whether you’re riding during a bright day or a moonless night. And with a rugged waterproof (to IPX7) case that resists fuel sprays and UV rays, the zūmo 660LM was built for life on the road.

The Zumo 660LM also features an on-board MP3 player and advanced Bluetooth A2DP technology, you'll enjoy crisp and clean stereo sound with your compatible headset (sold separately). The motorcycle mount also comes standard with a headphone jack so you can connect to your headphones or helmet headset and microphone.

Lifetime Map Updates! The zūmo 660LM includes free map updates for the useful life of your device, so routes are sure to reflect the most up-to-date maps and points of interest.

Features:

  • Advanced 3-D navigation allows you to see 3-D buildings on the map as you drive for enhanced situational awareness
  • Lane assist with junction view directs you to the preferred lane while driving and shows realistic images of upcoming junctions
  • Bluetooth wireless technology enables hands-free connectivity for use with a cell phones and stereo audio (A2DP) with compatible headset, see Garmin's website for compatible phones
  • High-sensitivity GPS receiver with HotFix - the Zumo® has faster satellite acquisition times
  • High-resolution 4.3" 480 x 272 pixels; WQVGA TFT display is glove-friendly touchscreen display with white backlight
  • Rugged, waterproof design (IPX7) is resistant to fuel spills and UV rays
  • Turn-by-turn directions with spoken street names – “Turn right on Main Street”
  • Motorcycle console for trip information, including fuel gauge to warn you when it's time to fill up
  • Advanced route preview and trip logs with up to 10 saved routes can automatically arrange via points to minimize trip distance
  • Preloaded street maps include detailed maps for the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico
  • "Where Am I?" feature finds the closest hospitals, police stations, gas stations, nearest address and intersection and your exact latitude and longitude coordinates
  • Speed limit indicator unit displays speed limits for highways and interstates
  • Auto time zone - Zumo® will automatically adjust your time zone while navigating
  • Garmin Connect™ Photos associate your favorite images with saved locations and visit Garmin Connect to download new images with included coordinates
  • DEM maps shows shaded terrain contours at various zoom levels
  • Removable lithium-ion battery – up to 5 hours depending on usage
  • Trip computer records mileage, max speed, total time and more
  • Built-in travel kit includes features such as picture viewer, world clock, currency and measurement converters and calculator
  • Includes Garmin Lock™ anti-theft feature
  • Simplified PC connectivity using USB mass storage
  • With the POI loader program, users can set up proximity alerts for school zones, safety cameras, create custom POI’s and more
  • Configurable vehicle icons - select fun, customized icons
  • Standard headphone and microphone jacks
  • microSD™ card slot for optional mapping and data storage (microSD card sold separately)

Battery:

  • Removable, rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • Up to 5 hours on a single charge

Dimensions: 

  • 5.3"W x 3.3”H x 0.9”D
  • Weight - 9.5 oz (270g)

Included in the Box:

  • zūmo 660LM
  • Preloaded City Navigator® NT for U.S. and Canada
  • Motorcycle mount with integrated power cable and mounting hardware
  • Carrying case
  • Battery pack
  • Automotive suction cup mount
  • Automotive power cable
  • USB cable
  • Dashboard disk
  • Quick start manual

Compatible with Windows® XP or newer and Mac® OS X 10.4 or later.

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Garmin Zumo 660LM Widescreen Motorcycle GPS 4.2 5 11 11
never be missing hight durability of the battery, no visibility issue whit the sun light, the size of the screes is perfect, easy to connect to your helmet December 10, 2013
Very good but not great I upgraded from a Zumo 220 in the hope of Bluetooth synching my iPhone and GPS to my Schulberth S2, to have a larger screen and to get better visualisation at exits with the lane assist. I chose the 660 over the 390 because the motorcycle cradle has a plug for an external speaker, just in case the Bluetooth did not work and I do not need the tire gage and service tracking etc... of the 390. Sure enough the Bluetooth does not work reliably. I can hear the gps but the people on the other end of my calls don't hear me half the time. The phone, by the way, works perfectly when paired to the S2 directly. Bluetooth seems to work fine 1 to 1 but, according to the blogs, it is not just Garmin who has not quite figured out the 3 way connection. I think this is an inherent limitation of Bluetooth. In my car the 660 paired to my phone works perfectly and the speakerphone also works well. I am happy with my purchase and will likely get good service from the unit. Everything about the unit is as advertised except for the 3way connection. November 18, 2013
Disappointing in a couple ways I had two reasons for buying this particular GPS navigator...I wanted bluetooth, so I could hear it through my communicator, and I wanted the ability to integrate it with my cell phone. I even went so far as to download the manual from Garmin ahead of time, so I could verify it would do what I want, and according to that manual, it would! And what I want is to be able to see who's calling me, and to be able to search and choose who I want to call via my address book. I don't find the voice-dialing feature of the iphone to be particularly reliable, so I wanted to move control of the phone to the Zumo! This is a feature that Garmin touts...it's one of the selling points of their Zumo 66x series devices, but it doesn't work worth a darn! I am using an iPhone5, and a Sena SMH10R...very common items. I am able to pair the iPhone to the Zumo, and I am able to pair the Zumo to the Sena, correctly. I've done it exactly as suggested in the Zumo manual. And when I do, it will work fine for a test call. But almost immediately after that, it stops working. At that point, it will still make phone calls, but you won't hear your called party, and they won't hear you! It doesn't seem to make any difference if it's a call you make, or one you receive...the problem exists in both cases. When a phone call is connected, a little phone icon appears on the zumo screen. If you touch this icon, you have the option of transferring the call from the Zumo to the phone, and then back to the zumo. Sometimes, this will cure the problem, and you'll be able to hear your caller (and vice versa). But that's assuming your caller doesn't hang up before you get through these steps. And of course, if you're travelling down the road while this is happening, each keypress takes some of your attention from riding! At first, I thought I had set it up wrong, so I started over - several times, in fact! I tried alternate configurations according to the Zumo manual also. I also made sure I had the latest firmware in both the Zumo and my headset. My iphone had the latest updates available prior to the recent release of IOS7 (I will probably upgrade my phone to see if it helps with this problem. I doubt that it will, but I'll report back if it does!). The bottom line is this...If I pair both my cell phone and my Zumo to the bluetooth intercom, they both seem to work OK. But if I pair the cell phone to the Zumo, and the Zumo to the intercom, it doesn't work. And according to the Zumo forums, this has been a known issue for a LONG time, and Garmin just ignores it. Another thing...not a big deal, but I'll mention it anyway...the Zumo always tells you what the speed limit is where you are. And your speed is next to that, and it turns red if you go over. But I'd say that the speed limit is wrong about 25% of the time...USUALLY it's lower than the posted speed limit, but just yesterday I found a couple places where it was 10mph ABOVE the posted limit. Some of these discrepancies are on secondary roads...but sometimes it's on interstates and brand new highways! Consequently, I ignore the speed limit on the Zumo...but you can't shut it off! The navigation functions work well. It WILL get you where you're going. No complaints there. I wish the screen had a touch more brightness in daylight, but it's OK. I was actually impressed that I can see it as well as I can. There has only been one instance where I couldn't see it, and that's when the sun was shining in just the right way that it made it difficult. I moved my head a few inches, and the problem went away. It is very responsive to gloved fingers. I was skeptical about this, but it works well. It's a little bit of a pain to type out the name of a destination, since the keyboard isn't really a keyboard...the letters are in three groups (alphabetically)...so you type the letters out by selecting the group first, then the letter. This is understandable...if they put all the letters on one screen, they'd be too small to type with gloved fingers. As it is, it's an inconvenience, but one I understand and feel is necessary! If you want to get a navigation unit that will fully integrate with your phone, I'd suggest joining the Zumo forums first, so you know what you're getting into. If that's not important, then in most other ways this is a nice unit! For me, it was a bit of a disappointment! October 7, 2013
Do what it is designed for it's the second one that I bought, the first one got stolen and bought the same one. I love listening to my music with bluetooth, prepare my track on the computer before. it's convivial. October 2, 2013
Expensive for what it is! With a Triumph Trophy SE/2013, this Garmin unit directly integrates into the audio system/bluetooth of the motorcycle. Screen is nice, large, and bright. Additionally, there really isn't much to have to learn to get the unit up and running. Price, however, I think is absurd. With GPS units now selling at $70.00 for automobiles, why is this almost ten times as much? Vibration protection? Isn't all electronics today solid state? Weather proof? How much can that cost to justify the price tag? Don't know Overall - good unit. No complaints. For the money, they could have thrown the charger/traffic cable in for when the unit is used with the automobile mount in the car. July 1, 2013
A good GPS, just not as user friendly as the Zumo 550 The best and most complete routing solution for road motorcycling. But complete does mean complex. The benefit of the wider screen is cancelled out by the edges being taken up by the touch sensitive icons hidden in the clutter of the map. Data areas are also smaller and harder to read while riding. Mount is easier to use but non-locking. Mostly I miss having the big speedometer screen and easy to reset gas guage of older models. GPS functions are great and interface with mapping software works well. Really nice to have a user replaceable battery. Display needs to be shaded from glare and moved closer for easy reading while riding. June 3, 2013
Zumo could use some help At first the GPS unit was working just great. I had it linked to my phone and Bluetooth in my helmet. About a week ago, it would no longer connect to anything that I had and it has been almost impossible to get it to re-link back up. The screen is not the brightest, but it works. Sometime this week, hopefully Garmin can help me get it figured out. It has been good so far, but definitely could use some upgrade ability for as expensive as it is. Hope this helps in your decision. May 27, 2013
Great GPS The only motorcycle GPS that we recommend. Glad to install them and will keep doing s May 8, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Susan G: This seems to have all the best features that one would need , also having having the best price was great. Apr 10, 2014
Howard P: I needed a Moto GPS for my bike as I am a new to NY.
Navigating is hectic, and Garmins give handy applications with minimal distraction to NY survival on the road.
Oct 1, 2013
LARRY M: I NEED IT FOR MY TRIPS. Sep 30, 2013
Wetherby's Quick S: Had one before, I was very please with it, got stolen, needed a replacement... Aug 8, 2013
A shopper asked: does the 660 work well with the iphone5 (ios7)? Mar 19, 2014
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Bill I: While I have not used it in that manner while riding the motorcycle, it worked well when I was in the car. I have an iPhone4. I synced my phone and the zumo when I first got it. I had forgotten about it and didn't realize it was going to happen, but the phone rang while I was on a trip and it all went through the zumo. Worked real well. Mar 20, 2014
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Brenda K: We do not have a iPhone 5, but we hard wired it on our trike and went from Maine to California 8400 miles with the Zuma. We would recommend this for all motorcycles. Good product well worth what we spent for it and rezilla was the best to work with, very helpful. Mar 19, 2014
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Lance M: I have not pared it up with a iphone5. I use it on my Victory Cross Country Tour and it works great through the speaker system. Mar 20, 2014
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Brandon N: Yes, I use the pair regularly (and a Sena SMH10). Apr 13, 2014
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matthew l asked: Does this come with a weather cap in the box? Apr 5, 2014
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Brandon N: It comes with the cap that covers the motorcycle mount when the gps is removed. Apr 13, 2014
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clayton m: No. .. all Zumo are waterproof! Apr 5, 2014
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matthew l: When the zumo is removed from the mount the mount has exposed metal electronic connections. Apr 16, 2014
A shopper asked: Can you pre-program in specific roads or routes on a computer then load the routes into the device? Mar 20, 2014
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Kristen S: Yeah, use basecamp to built your route on your PC (on or off road) and then you can upload it to the Zumo! Mar 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: does the garminzumo660 work with the iphone5 (ios7) ?? Mar 19, 2014
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Brandon N: Yes, it works great. Apr 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this unit come with Lifetime Map Updates from Garmin? Didn't see anything in the description. Apr 1, 2013
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RevZilla: z?mo 660LM includes free map updates for the useful life of your device, so routes are sure to reflect the most up-to-date maps and points of interest. May 7, 2013
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