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Garmin Zumo 660LM Widescreen Motorcycle GPS
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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
  • 3.75GB of memory built in
  • microSD card slot for optional mapping and data storage up to a class 10 card (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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3.3 / 5
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3 / 5
GPS is OK, Garmin software is awful
The device seems to know where I am and give reasonably good directions to locations entered. That part works fine.<br><br>The rest of Garmin is like revisiting the most awful software written in the 1990's. I opened the box, plugged everything in, and was first told that maps needed upgrading, then that the upgraded map won't fit in the memory of my new GPS. I am SO impressed with "lifetime updates" now. What a deal.<br><br>I added a card to hold topo maps, but the unit won't read anything over 8GB. Back at the camera store, they only had one card in stock that would work - they seldom sell SD cards with so little memory.<br><br>Garmin "support" has consisted of me leaving a message because they were too busy to take calls. They promised to get back with me quickly. I carefully pronounced my name and number twice to make sure they got it right. That was a week ago - not a peep from Garmin. Whatever they call "customer service" isn't.<br><br>After Googling all over creation, I found an old version of the installation software that could manage the update after being run unsuccessfully several times.<br><br>Garmin's Basecamp software is equally kludgey. I set waypoints and then tried to connect them to make a "route". The route tool will not see the waypoint, but will connect the starting point with things nearby...just not my carefully created waypoint, which I can see on the map, but Garmin cannot.<br><br>I should have saved my money, bought paper maps and used my iPhone as a GPS. It works better, as does Google Maps.
June 6, 2014
Ride:
2012 Triumph Tiger 800 XC
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Be careful of the mount.
Let me start by saying I have had a couple of Garmin units for my cars, but this was the first one for a motorcycle.<br><br>The gps works great and the install was easy enough, my problem is the locking mechanism. From day one it wouldn't lock completely when the unit was put in the cradle. I would have to push down on the corner of the lock to make it seat all the way. Not a big deal until this morning, during rush hour, when I went over a seam in the highway at 45 mph and the unit popped out, hit my leg then bounced off the road and slid to a stop.<br><br>Good news is it still works with only cosmetic scratches on the case. I still buy the gps if I had to do it over again but now I'm looking into buying a stronger mount that will keep it from happening again.
May 14, 2015
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4 / 5
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.<br>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
Ride:
2012 Triumph Bonneville T100
Awesome motorcycle specific GPS with Garmin Base Camp
Love this GPS. Revzilla was fast ship and easy to deal with. GPS is awesome. Allows me to program exact routes on my laptop with Garmin Base Camp software and then transfer to the GPS. Installation was a snap, with quick wiring to the battery and mounting to the bars. This GPS charges while in the cradel, except when the bike is off it doesn't charge so you don't have to worry about draining the battery. Well worth the investment.
July 14, 2014
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Expensive for what it is!
With a Triumph Trophy SE/2013, this Garmin unit directly integrates into the audio system/bluetooth of the motorcycle.<br><br>Screen is nice, large, and bright. Additionally, there really isn't much to have to learn to get the unit up and running.<br><br>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<br><br>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
Opinion from Johnny foreigner
Do not be misled with the fact that I am old, bald, bitter and twisted and the ultimate horror, British.<br><br>Well, technology has not escaped the European and I (and my wife) have this model installed on our respective bikes - Road King Classic (2015), Fat Bob (2013), Fat Boy (2013) and Heritage Softail Classic (2000).<br><br>Why?<br><br>Well, unlike the USA, the roads in UK are crowded, badly signed and with narrow twisty roads and getting to destination is not always simple. Because Motorways - your Interstate roads - are fast and congested, choosing the correct lane is probably the feature that I like most of all. We do not have the sheer vastness of the USA, but we compact the difficulty into a tiny space.<br><br>Buy it - set it up and it will look after you.
March 26, 2015
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
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.<br>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
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
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
Ride:
2005 Suzuki DL650 V-Strom
If you have a motorcycle, you want the Garmin Zumo 660LM
Traveling on my KTM 990 Adventure R just got a whole bunch better with my recent purchase of a Garmin Zumo 660LM. It allows me to know exactly where I am, gets me to where I'm going and gets me home no matter how lost I try to get! Not only do I get to see where I am on Garmin's excellent large screen, but with my Sena Bluetooth communications headset I also get to receive verbal driving instructions along with listening to music and receiving phone calls from my iPhone. I couldn't be any happier with both the Garmin and Sena combination, both purchased through RevZilla!
July 8, 2014
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
The Garmin 660 is a Great Motorcycle GPS.
Clearly can see the screen, even with the sun overhead. Paired up easily with my SENA headset for turn by turn navigation via Bluetooth. I recommend this product if you are in the market for a Motorcycle GPS, bit pricey but that is the way it goes, Garmin realizes they have a great product. If you want more features then you'll have to pay a bit more and get the next in the series, this one fills my needs and wants.
June 9, 2014
Ride:
2007 Harley Davidson FLHTCU/I Electra Glide Ultra Classic
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Why did you choose this?
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It fits my style of riding perfectly,and garmin is the best.
Joseph I on May 25, 2016
my buddy has one
Michael M on Apr 21, 2016
It fits my style of riding perfectly,and garmin is the best.
Joseph I on May 25, 2016
Nice to have a system that ties into the headset & reduces stops for map reading.,
Jerry S on May 1, 2016
my buddy has one
Michael M on Apr 21, 2016
On sale, and Garmin quality and accuracy. Quite a bit less expensive than the 590 also. I dont need all the bells and whistles of the 590.
Bryan F on Feb 13, 2016
A friend-s recommendation who is quite happy with this product.
Norberto R on Apr 23, 2015
After a substantial amout of research it seems to be the best. It also comes with a car kit which was very important to me.
Peter M on Apr 13, 2015
I have a motorcycle and it is a water proof navigator !
Cyro A F on Mar 12, 2015
I needed a good GPS for my KTM 990 Adventure R. The 660 had great reviews and paired easily with my Sena headset and iPhone.
Douglas C on Feb 17, 2015
I have a Triumph Trophy SE with an OEM mount for this GPS unit.
WSB51 on Dec 31, 2014
Entry level motorcycle GPS with excellent features, glove friendly, waterproof, daylight viewing, with mounting hardware included. Wish it had curvy roads feature, but for $100 off (compare 390LM), I can live without it.
Joshua N on Nov 27, 2014
I did quite a bit of research and reading of reviews which convinced me the Zumo 660 has the features I need and will work well.
Steve M on Oct 11, 2014
all who wander are not lost...
JohnnyR on Aug 18, 2014
Because $800 for the latest model is ridiculous and irresponsible. This model works great with my Nexus 5 and Interphone F5
Dan H on Aug 3, 2014
Best reviews of the Garmins I researched and RZ had the best price at the time, they don't charge tax like Amazon, and they shipped in the next day and I got it the day after. No complaints about RZ's customer service....and I'm picky as hell.
Andy H on Aug 2, 2014
I bought a waterproof GPS bag, neat bag, but the GPS unit tends to overheat, because there is no ventilation, it also fogs up when its raining, extensive research leads me to believe that the Zumo 660 is the best device to suit all my needs, and RevZilla had the best deal going, and a good reputation to back it up.

Thanks RevZilla
Stephen H on Jul 27, 2014
Great reviews for this item. I have a Garmin in my pick-up and I have been very satisfied with it. I expect the same with this product on my bike.
Mark S C on Jul 17, 2014
I was looking for the Zumo 660 specifically since that is what my bike manufacture recommends. The main thing that attracted me to Revzilla is they're a sold company with ethics and standards, and they stand behind what they sale.
Lance M on Jun 14, 2014
My dad loves his bike and wanted a navigation system. This is a gift from the family.
kristina r on Jun 5, 2014
A riding friend of mine has this unit and is very pleased with it.
Malcolm C on Jun 2, 2014
Read reviews with TomTom, everyone of them said to look at the Garmins, well for a large screen, user friendly this met my needs perfectly. Hooked up to the Harley accessory switch no problem and works great.
Jeff B on May 24, 2014
Heading out on a trip up through the Blue Ridge Mountains for ten days. Should be very useful!
Casey L on May 23, 2014
Most reviews seem to come to the same conclusion. This unit is one of the top choices. Time will tell.
Droz on May 20, 2014
Read a lot of reviews - appears to be the best overall solution. Hoping it works well with my new Sena and my IPhine
Mark K on May 20, 2014
It's the best gps for motorcycles
Dennis B on May 14, 2014
Like the features and the price was the best that I could find the Internet.
Patrick C on Apr 26, 2014
I have been researching GPS units. This is the same unit that Victory offers for the Vision, at a substantially reduced price. Yes, I know there are newer models, but I do not need XM or some of the other features those offer.
M O on Apr 26, 2014
This seems to have all the best features that one would need , also having having the best price was great.
Susan G on Apr 10, 2014
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.
Howard P on Oct 1, 2013
I NEED IT FOR MY TRIPS.
LARRY M on Sep 30, 2013
Had one before, I was very please with it, got stolen, needed a replacement...
Wetherby's Quick S on Aug 8, 2013
Nice to have a system that ties into the headset & reduces stops for map reading.,
Jerry S on May 1, 2016
On sale, and Garmin quality and accuracy. Quite a bit less expensive than the 590 also. I dont need all the bells and whistles of the 590.
Bryan F on Feb 13, 2016
It states "gets clean clear stereo sound with your compatible headset (not included)" . Any recommendations on a
good quality medium priced unit?
A S on Oct 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have a Sena SMH10 works well with my Garmin and phone. Even connects with my GFs Bluetooth iPod. Good intercom. Unit has poor bass but what can you expect from a 1 inch speaker
I assumed that the 660 LM was able to give weather reports on screen while riding the bike.
How do you make this happen??

Bill.
A shopper on Dec 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'm not aware of a weather feature with the Zumo 660LM. I think that you will need to go to the Zumo 665 and obtain an XM subscription.
This product is sold as being able to receive routes from base camp

and it can

but they will not work properly

what now ?
A shopper on Sep 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Basecamp works fine with my 660LM. You need to recalculate the route. Make sure that Basecamp is setup to the same criteria as your GPS, especially the avoidances etc...
What kind of jack does the 660LM have? I had a 2557 (I think) that I lost on the road to Coco's Corner (Baja), and my bike is wired for that kind of jack. I prefer not to replace that wire.
Also, what kind of back does the 660 have? I have a Wunderlich mount, and would like to use it should i get a 660LM.
Thanks.
A shopper on May 21, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It comes with its own proprietary mounting cradle and cabling. It's specific to the 660/665 and not even compatible with other Garmins, let alone other manufacturers.

Coming out of the motorcycle mounting cradle you have a Power cable with: Microphone jack (2.5 mm); Headphone/audio out jack (3.5 mm); Bare wires with inline fuse for power connection; and Mini-USB connector (for traffic receiever).

If you go to the Garmin site you can look at their "zu?mo 660 Installation Instructions" and see a diagram of the mounting cradle.
does the 660 work well with the iphone5 (ios7)?
A shopper on Mar 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
How would this mount on the Ducati Monster? My husband is concerned that because the bike is "naked" it is going to stick out. He is also worried that mounting in the middle will obstruct the view of the motorcycle "dashboard". Thanks in advance for your help!
A shopper on Sep 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It mounts very easily on the left hand side of the handlebar next to the grip. Sure, it might "stick out", but it's so much better to have than not. And it could be worse, he could have a GoPro stuck on top of his helmet!
Does the 660lm have the "Curvy Roads" option?
Scott M on Aug 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: No it does not. It's not able to search types of roads. And if you put a route in and deviate at all off that route, it will not pick up at a logical next step- it will try to go back to the point where you deviated. I use it mostly for speedo and point to point. So if there is certain curvy road I want to navigate, I pick waypoints along the route and navigate to each individual one. I use Motorcycle Roads .com to search with a combination of Google to create those waypoints.
IS the std Garmin 660 mortorcylce mount good for rough dirt roads,, will it pop off unexpectedly?
Richard B on Jan 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: In the last 18K miles the 660 has never come out of the mount. Granted most of my mileage is on road however I sometimes find myself on a dirt/gravel roads for extended time. The dust cover has come off twice, not sure if it was operator error or not.
Currently, my phone connects to my headset (via bluetooth) so I can hear my phone calls, google maps/navigation and music thru my headset. If I use the 660LM as the GPS (instead of the phone's navigator), can I still do the same (assuming all are compatible of course)?
A shopper on Jan 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, but you can also connect both your phone and helmet to the GPS. That way you also get GPS directions thru your helmet and phone controls on the GPS screen.
Does this come with a weather cap in the box?
matthew l on Apr 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It comes with the cap that covers the motorcycle mount when the gps is removed.