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Garmin Zumo 390LM GPS

The Zumo 390LM has a wide 4.3” touchscreen that is easy to read, even in sunlight. Its glove-friendly intuitive interface makes entering information as easy as shifting gears. With a rugged body that is waterproof to IPX7 and resistant to fuel sprays and UV rays, zūmo 390LM is built for life on the road.

The Zumo 390LM features Bluetooth wireless technology. Simply connect your zūmo with your mobile phone and a Bluetooth-enabled headset or helmet to make and receive calls on the go. With it, you’re free to talk on your phone without having to remove your gloves or helmet. You can also call points of interest through the zūmo Bluetooth interface, perfect for a last-minute change of plans or a quick pit stop for food and fuel. Lane assist with junction view displays junctions and interchanges on your route. A brightly colored arrow indicates the proper lane position needed for your next turn or exit.

TracBack so you can navigate right back to where you started, along the same route. Exit Services lists gas stations and restaurants for upcoming exits. The Skip feature allows you to skip your next waypoint with ease. Built-in trip computer with compass display. It comes standard with a digital fuel gauge so you can keep track of how many miles you can ride before a fuel stop. There’s a speed limit indicator so you know when to throttle down.

In addition to a motorcycle mount, zūmo 390LM includes an automotive mount and power cable for travel in a car.


  • Service history log
  • Lifetime map updates
  • Lane assist with junction display
  • BaseCamp allows you to save and share routes and points of interest
  • 7 hours battery life
  • Audio out jack
  • Lifetime map updates
  • 7.15GB of memory built in
  • microSD card slot for optional mapping and data storage up to a class 10 card (microSD card sold separately)
  • Voice prompts
  • Route avoidance
  • XM radio compatible (sold separately)
  • Speed limit indicator
  • Exit services alert
  • Compatible with Garmin Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor (sold separately)


  • Garmin zūmo 390LM
  • Motorcycle RAM mount with power cable and mounting hardware
  • Automotive suction cup mount
  • Automotive power cable
  • USB cable
  • Quick start manual


  • Dimensions: 5.12"W x 3.7"H x 1.18"D
  • Display size: 3.7"W x 2.2"H
  • Weight: 9.5oz
  • 480 x 272 resolution
  • WQVGA color TFT with white backlight


Bang For The Buck
2.2 / 5
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Garmin Zumo 390LM GPS 936749 010-01186-00 Out of Stock


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2.2 / 5
If you want to throw way good money, buy the 390! It sucks
First let me say that I love Garmin GPSs. I have owned about 8 of them and I only buy Garmin! With that said, the 390 sucks!
I wish I have bought the 600 series from Revzilla, but no… I want the newest and best…. 390LM is lacking in so many areas that is not funny. Software lack of many basic functions that my sumo 550 had.
Hardware…. Unless you are using the Car cable charger, the Traffic function does not work, because it is its antenna… Well great job Garmin, so it is supposed to be a motorcycle GPS with motorcycle bracket…. Another useless function.
I am a little disappointed with Revizilla also, because when I called trying to trade this GPS, they would not do it. Unlike anything else they sell.. If you open the box of GPS they will not take it back! So much for the great Revzilla Cost. Service.
So, I figure I try to help the next guy since I got screwed out $700, mostly from Garmin
February 24, 2014
2012 BMW R1200GS Adventure
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Step back
I purchased this to upgrade my Zumo 450. It really is not much of an upgrade. Yes, it is faster. It has some bell;s & whistles that are only useful to a select few people. The screen is bigger, which should be a good thing, but, it turns out that, contrary to the manufacturers claim, the screen is virtually unreadable in direct sunlight even at the highest brightness setting. I connected a bluetooth headset to the GPS to at least be able to hear spoken directions. The unit defaults to searching for an address in an area that is not even relevant to where you are. Satellite acquisition is fairly fast.Disappointment overall however.
June 7, 2014
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Unreadable in daylight
I have loved Garmin from the get-go, so when I needed a new GPS, I went with the 390LM. I tend to ride long distances and love the off-the-beaten-path routes. So, I mounted the Garmin, hooked it into the electrical system, and took off for a cross-country trek. It turns out I could only see the screen while riding in the shade. Next issue came only a few hours into my ride when the unit decided the battery was low and shut down - even though I had the cradle connected to the bike. I rode 8,282 miles in five weeks and used the Garmin for only about 500 of those miles.
February 23, 2015
The Zumo 390Lm has a great screen and the exceptional Garmin features. However, the programers forgot to add the TOOL to Adjust the Volume applications to the device on the Volume Screen. Though listed in both the Garmin Quick Reference & Owners Manuals this feature was left off the 390LM. What does this mean. Your Zumo 390LM will beep every time you press it unless you place it on Mute. If you use the Bluetooth feature this will interupt all other attached Bluetooth devices again unless the device is muted. The Navigation Voice Blares out at you even on the lowest volume settings. Very Rider unfriendly device.
Per Garmin Automotive Support they have no intention of updating this device & plan to change the Manuals.
November 13, 2013
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Unacceptable quality of power connector
GPS unit itself works well, and I have no issue with screen visibility in bright sunlight when back-lighting is set to 100%. However here we come to a problem!. The power connector installed on the base is of very poor design, and although its two small connector pins are apparently gold plated, they are IMHO too small, and the springs keeping them out are of insufficient strength. Result is that already on the first day of riding, GPS started reporting loss of external power, and tried to switch itself off every few minutes. This results in several potentially dangerous situations: Firstly when it does that the back-lighting automatically goes down to 40%, and then you really do not see the screen, and secondly you are forced to fiddle with the GPS every few minutes instead of watching the road. Absolutely unacceptable for a 600$ unit!
June 6, 2015
over 2 years ago
2014 Kawasaki Ninja 1000 ABS
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Eat 3 units in 18 months
Bought my first Zumo 390LM in July 2014. In a short time the problems started. First a white dot that was traveling the screen asking to calibrate the GPS unit in a middle of a travel. Then I had problems trying to locate nearby cities. The unit was listing all the cities file in a same short distance. Then it turn off by itself and never come back.
In October 2014 I received a new one as replacement from Garmin Brazil (where I live). In a short time, same problems with cities listing and erratic navigation and then died.
April 2015 I received another unit to replace the died one, under warranty. Everything was OK with this unit and then yesterday while traveling I noticed the same cities list problem and then it died ! Couldn't turn it off. Let it in the bike and 2 hours later it was off and never come back to life.
I have contacted the Garmin Brazil and am sending the device to them to be analyzed/fixed or replaced. I do group travels and the GPS is my main tool for the job.
So, in 18 months I had bad experiences with 3 Zumo 390LM units. All dead after a short time.
January 7, 2016
Garmin 390LM - Best of the Best
I started using the 390LM riding in the UK and Northern Europe where much of the year I ride in rain every day.

I've never experienced any of the issues that I see some users have reported.

It did take me a wee bit of time to get it properly set up and configured. You will not want to run with the default settings else you will have issues as some report.

I did lose my 390LM one night on the A12 after coming over a rough patch of road which ejected my Garmin from the caddy. I had not apparently clicked it in solidly and it powered up but then bounced out.

Now I use a safety strap and I am diligent to click and check it when I plug in every day.

I like it so much that I got a 2nd 390LM to use in North America and I even use these at times when I need to rent a car.

I love this model so much. When I did lose my 390LM the customer service and support from Garmin was marvelous. They helped me get the new one set up.

I am diligent about updates and backing up my systems so the recovery was extra nice as I got all of my way points immediately available to me when I set it up.

I do carry a back up GPS with me just in case but I've never had to use the back up. I ride across UK, Europe, Canada, USA solo as a single woman, alone on the road with her bike and find many places no adequate mobile provider coverage so my mobile and google maps is not a practical back up.

I also ALWAYS carry still road maps of everywhere I go for added safety.
March 12, 2016
2012 Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Zumo 390LM Better Than Expected
The Garmin Zumo 390LM right out of the box does indeed have a few oddities but the good news is that updating the unit to firmware version 6.17.07 (or later), fixes a number of bugs that were found on stock 390’s including the annoying beep-issue that many have complained about in their reviews.

The 390LM (LM=lifetime map upgrades) can be USB connected to your home computer and fully upgraded on-line by Garmin in about an hour. The free GarminExpress program will update Firmware, Software, Traffic, Bluetooth, Maps, and register the 390 in one session.

As for the complaints about not being able to use the live Traffic function in the motorcycle cradle; that was done in order to meet the strict waterproof ratings that are advertised in motorcycle mode.
With a 17mm G-to-B ball adapter and a GMT traffic receiver cable (both sold separately), you can use the automobile cradle & GMT traffic cable on your bike and get live Traffic data on the Zumo 390LM while you ride. Be aware that doing this will reduce your device from being waterproof to merely water resistant.
Both the automobile and the motorcycle mounts are included with the Zumo 390LM so you can try them both and decide what you feel is best (safest) for your type of riding.

Note that I am NOT affiliated with Garmin, Revzilla, or any aftermarket sellers.
Just a Revzilla customer. :-)
December 19, 2014
really like this garmin
like Garmin a lot.
up graded from a Nuvi 30 that I won as door prize.
have no regrets on this upgrade.
just wish basecamp was easier to use to make custom routes.(will get better with practice).
November 2, 2015
1 year ago
2008 Suzuki V-Strom DL1000
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
always find your way home.
Due to the weather this winter I have not had a lot of oppertunity to use . However I have used and it works as advertised. A lot of information right in front you. I paired it to my Scala radio and receive all my direction with no problem. Everything you need is in the box. The mount is simple amd functional. So go ahead get lost, enjoy the ride and when your done just hit the home button.
February 24, 2014
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Why did you choose this?
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best for offroad that I could tell
jeff m on Nov 27, 2015
Good price v. function and reliability.
JC10 on Sep 1, 2015
best for offroad that I could tell
jeff m on Nov 27, 2015
Everything I had hoped it would be.
stromryder on Sep 26, 2015
Good price v. function and reliability.
JC10 on Sep 1, 2015
This is my first GPS purchase for my motorcycle. The summer is here and I want to get out and ride. This unit sold me due to its 7.15 GB internal memory size (thank you Gamin Tech for that info) which I will be good with for 5 years. This unit has custom rout and it beats having to ride around with maps.
P A on Jun 13, 2015
Trip download feature that works with BaseCamp. Good mount options for motorcycle. Already familiar with Garmin features. Most commonly used by riding friends.
Susan E on Jun 7, 2015
Like Garmin GPS's,but don't really like the price of their bike specific ones. The alternative was the Tom-Tom and from reading it's not ready for prime time. So far I'm liking this GPS, even at the price.
Tracy P on Mar 25, 2015
Waterproof, curvy roads, and lane selection.
Charles B on Dec 18, 2014
I get lost a lot, which is not always a good thing as I have planned a long ride, Cleveland to Orlando not using an interstate. The made for motorcycle design was worth the extra over an auto Garmin.
Matthew K on Sep 26, 2014
After some research I decided on the 390lm over tomtom rider. I also considered the Zumo 590lm but it had some features I wouldn't use and don't think they're worth $200 more.
S T on Jul 20, 2014
Good reviews online.
own Garmin products - have had success with them.
W H on May 8, 2014
This GPS is the best motorcycle gps!! LOVE the tire pressure monitor. I've put several thousand miles on it and can't find any anything bad to say about it.
StacyTrotter on May 8, 2014
far away destination ? now no problem. Quickly re-calculates when traveling off road.
James G on Jan 27, 2014
Everything I had hoped it would be.
stromryder on Sep 26, 2015
This is my first GPS purchase for my motorcycle. The summer is here and I want to get out and ride. This unit sold me due to its 7.15 GB internal memory size (thank you Gamin Tech for that info) which I will be good with for 5 years. This unit has custom rout and it beats having to ride around with maps.
P A on Jun 13, 2015
I want to listen to music on my phone at the same time that i am using the GPS.
Is that possible?
A shopper on Jan 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Iphone, Zumo 390, and Sena SMH10 works great.
Is it possible to listen to music on an iPod or phone that is paired to a headset and be prompt for direction as needed?
A shopper on Jul 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have iPhone 5S paired to Zumo 390LM, and Zumo paired to Sena SMH10R helmet intercom. I get turn-by-turn voice directions, and the phone works; both through the intercom. They don't seem to interfere with each other. I haven't tried to listen to music, so cannot comment.
Is there a way to quickly move this from one bike to another, or do I have to buy another power cord and cradle for the second bike?
A shopper on Oct 25, 2014
BEST ANSWER: A second cradle would be by far the easiest solution, but I suppose if tou attached a powerlet or cigarette adaptor, and a ram mount it would be fairly simple. The cradles are cheap though, buy two.
Is there a way to quickly move this unit to another bike, or do I have to by another power cord and cradle for the second bike?
Jim L on Oct 25, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You will need a second power cable and ram mount not a second cradle.
I have a 2016 Ducati hyperstrada. What mounts would I need to buy to ensure this it a clean, install?
Angus N on Mar 31, 2016