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Garmin Zumo 665LM Widescreen Motorcycle GPS

The Garmin Zūmo 665LM comes standard with Garmin's GXM™ 40 XM antenna. Simply add an optional XM subscription and receive real-time XM radio with 170 digital channels of commercial-free music, news, sports, talk and entertainment when you travel in the U.S. With the addition of NavWeather, you can access weather data and NEXRAD radar graphics from your map screen to stay ahead of the storm. Plus, when you add on NavTraffic, you can find out where the trouble spots are and route around them.

Featuring a bright 4.3" touchscreen color display, the Garmin Zūmo 665LM puts all the information you need in an easy-to-read format as you travel down the road. The zūmo 665LM 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 IPX7¹) case that resists fuel sprays and UV rays, the zūmo 665LM was built for life on the road.

The Zumo 665LM 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.

Features:

  • XM Satellite Radio, traffic and weather radar display (with subscription)
  • Bluetooth wireless technology for hands-free calling and Stereo Bluetooth (A2DP) for XM satellite radio, MP3 player and audio books
  • Advanced 3-D navigation allows you to see 3-D buildings on the map for enhanced situational awareness as you drive
  • Lane assist with junction view directs you to the preferred lane while driving and shows realistic images of upcoming junctions
  • 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 with up to 20 saved routes and 10 saved track logs automatically arrange via points to minimize trip distance
  • Preloaded street maps includes 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 shows 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 associates your favorite images with saved locations and visit Garmin Connect to download new images
  • Removable lithium-ion battery - up to three hours typical, could be less with options
  • 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 (sold separately)

Battery:

  • Removable, rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • Up to 3 hours (less with full backlight and options) 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 665LM
  • Preloaded City Navigator® NT for North America
  • Motorcycle mount with integrated power cable and mounting hardware
  • GXM™ 40 antenna and magnetic base
  • 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.

Note:  XM Satellite Weather and XM Satellite Radio subscriptions sold separately.

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Auto option To use the zumo 665 in your vehicles, you must either move the antenna or purchase another one for $267.84. If you don't have a 'blue tooth' compatible radio, you must either purchase a new radio or a stereo modulator. If you have it professionally installed, you will add an additional $150.00 per vehicle. Therefore, you could easily add $320.00, per vehicle, to hard wire this unit to utilize the Sirius radio capabilities. I'm really disappointed in Garmin for NOT offering more affordable auto options. February 26, 2014
Sadly Depressing Oh my......sigh. huge issues out of the factory box! won't register correctly, no reception, touch any option and shuts down, gets warm quickly, won't navigate. Garmin has had me jumping thru so many hoops and troubleshooting everything, now i want have my replacement until after our annual. And they are only replaceing device, not a single accessorie. This has causedmore frustration and stress, with Garmin completely being cheap on my guaranteed warranty. -$800 wasted plus ALOT OF MY TIME! February 17, 2014
I up graded from a 450 to the 665lm, happy with new features. I rode thousand of miles and many years with my zumo 450 and it's still working great but I wanted XM radio, weather updates, and Bluetooth so I bought the 665lm. So far I am very pleased with the 665lm. The XM signal is stronger than I expected and doesn't drop the stations any more than my other xm radios did. I love how they include the gear you need to use the Garmin in a vehicle, the Bluetooth xm connects to my truck radio. Over all I like the features and how you navigate the system. I like: mute button (quickly turns off music), weather pops up freeze warnings, can easily change screen info displayed in bottom corners (direction/temp/speed/miles left on tank/altitude/time etc. very cool). What could be better: the map color (a little harder to read than the 450 was), there's more steps than necessary to get to functions I use everyday (I want one push to get to the radio, one push to get back to my map not 6), the unit could be less wide but a bit taller (you can't see that far ahead in track up navigation because of the short screen unless you zoom out, I guess I'm bias towards the 450/550 body style). Over all, I like it and am happy with my purchase. February 3, 2014
Power button blew off first ride I bought my new Zumo 665 and install everything. Took it out on first ride and the power button blew off. Call Revzilla they said they would replace it with a new unit Thanks Rezvilla . While waiting for my new unit I went on a 6 hr ride that week and the weather cap that I bought vibrated out of mounting bracket thank god I didn't have my new unit yet because it would have fallen off the bike. And I made sure the weather cap was secured I push the top of mount down and snug their might a issue there in mounting bracket . I have a old Suzuki SV1000 It doesn't vibrate that much . I had to spend another 200.00 on Touratech locking mount for a little insurance. Didn't think I would get another one if I told them it fell just off the bike. For the price we pay for these things it should have some type of locking mount just to keep someone take off the bike while your paying for gas and making sure it's secured to bike. PS I now have a piece of Scotch tape on my new expensive GPS unit power button. It does work good January 31, 2014
Great product and all of the bells and whistles Glenn07 covered most everything but I use the XM all of the time and rarely lose reception. The weather and traffic are great. Sometimes the buttons on the screen don't react when touched and the screen does better with gloves than bare fingers. I mapped our 6,000 mile motor vacation by days and loaded them all into the unit before we left. Worked perfectly. I had hoped to be able to download the tracks and data but it must have been too much for it to handle so I was only able to track the last 4 days. I like to see elevations in the mountains and set one of the screen data points to display it however, it will not display greater than four digits. Above 10,000 feet you get nothing so some of the passes wouldn't read. Another annoying feature is the speed changes color to red if you exceed the posted limit or the limit showing on the screen. It is impossible to read in red, wish it would just stay white. Interstate speeds have been raised to 75, and some higher, here in Texas. I like the quick release feature so I can take it with me easily. I am nervous that someone would grab mine like they did Glenn07's. At $800 that is a heavy hit!. 2005 Goldwing ABS December 3, 2013
Easy to see and use with gloves. Real time weather is great. I use the 665 in both the car and motorcycle. It comes with two mounts so you just move the unit. I purchased the 665 for the weather channel. If you don't need weather get a less expensive unit. The display can be read in bright sun but shade helps. The controls are easy to work wearing gloves. The menus are simple to navigate but sometimes things you use often, like fuel tracking, are buried too deep to be convenient. The weather radar has helped avoid both major rain and snow storms. It is very useful to know if the storm is local or part of a large system. The feed shows a current view and some history so you have a sense of storm movement. You need a sat radio subscription with the weather added on. Traffic, which is also available, does not seem worth the extra cost. My experience is the reports are out of date. When you arrive at a location you are more likely to find the announced problem has cleared or discover an unanticipated problem than you are to actually avoid a blockage. Satellite radio is spotty. Comes and goes with a pattern I have yet to figure out. Very susceptible to blockage by trees and buildings. If you mostly ride interstates and highways it might be better but not so good where I usually ride. You need the basic subscription to get the weather. I listen to the directions and music through a SENA SMH-10 headset using bluetooth. Volume is fine at lower speeds even with ear plugs. At higher speeds wind noise is a problem. I connect my phone to the Garmin so that it will interrupt (and pause) music. You can connect the phone and the Garmin directly to the headset. The device looks like any other memory stick to a PC so you can drag-and-drop photos, music and videos. Route and navigation info is managed by Garmin's Base Camp software. Install a memory card for your digital content. If you put much on the internal memory there will not be enough free space to load and process map updates. On a more general note, the 665 navigation is usually accurate but can be wrong. In many cases it does not have the location of the specific address and directs you to a range of addresses so your destination is near but not at the point selected. Another occasional problem is that it will direct you off and then back onto an interstate because the exit/entry is shorter than taking the road. Installing the 665 is simple. Cord length is ample to reach from the bars to the battery. There are also cables for the satellite antenna, audio in for an MP3 player, microphone in. I actually wish these cables were shorter because I route them to my tank bag. My unit was stolen. The Garmin security features will prevent it from being useful to the crook. I'm planning to get a locking mount but don't have one to recommend at present. The Base Camp software is Garmin's mapping application. You can identify points-of-interest, create, load and process routes and download them to the device. You can also upload track (where you actually went) information from the device. The software is somewhat primitive but adequate to the job. Overall I'm happy with the feature set and performance. June 10, 2013
Everything you need in one box The GPS navigates well everywhere I have been. It also integrates well with helmet communication, phone, and gps. I have phone calls, navigation instruction and siri satellite entertainment. Also i have loaded playlists, topo maps as well as navigation maps for around the world. It works very well. Even the touch screen works pretty good with gloves on although that takes a bit of practice. I have been using all kinds of GPS for many years and this one is the most complete. Works very well. May 30, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Glen J: Zumo 665 includes Sat radio. Shows real-time weather radar. Often the difference between finding an early bed or keeping going is how large and major the storm is. The unit links to my Sena helmet intercom and my Droid phone via blue tooth.

One down side -- I ride off-road and this unit handles tracks poorly -- a line on the map but no direction -- and is not compatible with topo maps. If you off-road check out other units. It works well in both the car and bike for on-road.
Jun 16, 2014
Thomas G: XM radio Apr 29, 2014
Peter D: Best reviews was tired of using a ziplock bag Dec 2, 2013
Stephen R. J: Satellite Radio. Bluetooth. Oct 29, 2013
A shopper asked: Can GPS & XM be run through bike's speaker system in this case 2012 XC Victory? I assume need wiring harness can get through RevZilla or do need to go to a dealer? Apr 30, 2014
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Glen J: The Zumo (I have a 665) will couple via bluetooth if the bike's system allows. Otherwise use a jack from the "headphone out" to the "aux in" on the bike. The cable is available anywhere.

An alternative is to couple the Zumo to a bluetooth headset.
Jun 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: This unit has a USB port for data upload or download from a computer. Will that USB port charge other devices with mini-USB ports, if plugged in? I plan to wire this unit to the bike battery and run it via the alternator. it would be nice if you could plug your phone into the Garmin USB port and charge your phone while your on the road if need be. is this possible? Oct 22, 2013
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Eric P: the usb port on the 665 is behind the battery cover and would not be good to use while riding. A better solution to charge cell phones is found at the warm and safe heated jackets website. Oct 22, 2013
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brad h: I am not sure. I have not tried yet. I have a power outlet so I probably use that .but I would need a tankbag to hold it while riding and charging. Oct 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can this GPS pair with two Bluetooth headsets, so both rider and passenger can hear XM? Mar 10, 2013
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RevZilla: After speaking with Garmin Tech Support it was explained that the GPS can only support one connection to a Bluetooth headset. However you can get around this by using something like the Sena SM10 Dual Stream Bluetooth Stereo Transmitter. The SM10 comes with a 3.5mm 3-pole Stereo Audio Cable which you would plug into the GPS. The SM10 would then broadcast two Bluetooth signals that the rider and passenger could connect to, which would allow them to hear everything coming from the GPS. Mar 12, 2013
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Wyodrill: Yes,
I use a cardo unit and it allows me to link to the XM and then share with my rider. I don't know if two units can link to the GPS simultaneously.
May 30, 2013
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Craig G asked: With the design of the motorcycle mount/cradle of the Zumo 660LM/665LM, it appears Garmin no longer allows the short Powerlet-style power cables available on the older Zumo 450/550 units? Is this really the case?

This basically forces you to permanently mount the motorcycle cradle on the handle bars and leave it there, vs being able to plug it into a Powerlet or cig socket for power, mount it on RAM ball, and be able to take it on/off the motorcycle as you wish.
Apr 14, 2014
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Dennis M: I don't know for sure if Garmin makes the cable you need or not, but I don't think they do. The power cable that comes with the 665LM has the XM radio connector, a Mic connector, and the unit power cable all in ONE bundle which is quite bulky. I was a little surprised at all the wire since I was used to the simple zumo 450 power wire. I'm not an electrician so I can't confirm this will work, but there are Cigarette power adapters that you may be able connect to the power cable and then plug into a cigarette type power supply. Garmin does make (and Revzilla sells) extra mounts. I simply put a mount on each bike but I only have two so I could see how it could get quite expensive if you have several bikes. Apr 14, 2014
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Martino A asked: How long is the cable on the GXM-40 antenna?
I'm buying it for the xm satelite radio and i want to place the antenna on the top case. I'm reading good reviews and bad reviews about the unit, the most common is that the zumo 665LM is overpriced for what it does, the maps are slow, can't see it very well in daylight and the night map is not very good. Is this true ?
Dec 27, 2013
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Glen J: I purchased a 665 in 2011, shortly after they were released. I use it on-road in my cars and on a BMW r1200 GS (on and off-road) and a Honda CRF 250 L (off road).

The antenna cable is roughly 6' long. It easily runs from the gas tank, through the frame, to the back of the 1200 GS. Because I am now using it in two bikes and 3 cars I have changed to using the tank bag. I wind the excess cord around the handle bar at the top of the triple-tree so that I don't have to store the cord inside my small tank bag.

I also use a Garmin Nuvi and an Android smart phone for navigation. The maps on the 665 are faster than the Nuvi and comparable to the Samsung Galaxy 3 for speed.

When I bought the unit the maps were a yearly subscription. I see that lifetime maps are now part of the package. Keep your map up to date and no problem. I also load topological maps (which are generally free if you look) for off-road use.

The unit has been dropped, rained on repeatedly, and lived through a number of off-road crashes and the extreme vibration and shock associated with off-road riding. It has not yet failed.

The one knock I have is that the USB connection is located in the battery compartment. This is good for water-proofing but makes it more difficult to access. The cord comes out 90 degrees to the back. If you drop the unit or set something on top of it while the cord is inserted you can break the socket internally and it costs $180 to fix after the first year.
Dec 28, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can you plug the unit in while on the bike so not to depend on the battery? Feb 3, 2013
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RevZilla: Depending on the connection used, you can plug the device directly into your motorcycle for a constant charge. Feb 4, 2013
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