Overview: The Garmin
zumo 665 is designed specifically for motorcycle
use. The unit has a vibration-damping mounting system, and is resistant to fuel spills, UV rays, and rain to give you years of reliable service. The flexible mounting hardware is compatible with
virtually any bike. With the built-in basemap and pre-loaded map software, the
zumo can automatically calculate a route and provide turn-by-turn directions and
voice prompts using local street names. The zumo 665 also includes enhancements
like Bluetooth wireless technology with hands-free calling, and offers XM
Satellite Radio with XM NavTraffic and XM NavWeather.
XM Satellite Radio with NavTraffic
GPS Satellite: The zumo 665 is equipped with a
high-sensitivity WAAS-enabled GPS receiver with HotFix and integrated GPS antenna
which enables faster GPS performance. It must acquire a GPS (Global Positioning System) satellite signal in order to navigate. If you are indoors, near tall building or tree, or in a parking garage, the zumo
665 cannot acquire satellites. Go outside to an area free from tall obstructions
to use the zumo 665.
Pre-loaded Maps: The zumo 665 comes
pre-programmed with City Navigator North America NT 2009 3D maps. Detailed road maps
of the entire United States,
Canada, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands are included. Nearly 6,000,000 Points of Interest (POIs) such as hotels, restaurants, gas stations, attractions, and ATMs are included to help you find
the destination you desire. The zumo 665 also offers 3-dimensional building
nuMaps Updates: If you register the zumo 665 online within
60 days of acquiring satellites and driving with the unit, you may be eligible
for a free map update, if available. Additional maps can be purchased for your
zumo at any time.
Note: For a one-time payment (150NULIFE,
sold separately), you can receive up to four map update each year for the
life of the unit.
Designed to be used in the open, the zumo meets IPX7 standards, meaning the GPS case can
withstand accidental immersion in one meter of water for up to 30 minutes. A
carrying case is included when the GPS unit is not in use.
Touchscreen Display: The zumo
features a bright, 4.3" (diagonal) LCD widescreen with touchscreen controls.
The bright, sunlight-readable, UV-resistant display makes it easy to view
the screen in sunlight, as well as at night. The display has a resolution of 480 x 272 pixels and an
aspect ratio of 16:9. You can
select one of three color modes for the display screen:
- Daytime: has a lighter,
- Nighttime: has a dark
background, easier to see at night
- Auto: display
automatically switches between daytime and nighttime
Keyboard Options: The built-in virtual keyboard can be configured a number of ways. The layout can be set to QWERTY (like a traditional keyboard), ABCDE (an alphabetical layout),
or Large Mode (showing 12 letters at a time, making it easier to input addresses while wearing gloves).
Built-in Speaker & Headphone Output: The zumo 665 features a built-in
speaker and headphone output to hear the unit's navigation commands.
Transportation Modes: The zumo 665 offers several usage
modes fro different modes of transportation. Routing and navigation are
calculated differently based on your usage mode. You can select between Walking,
Driving, Motorcycling, Bicycling, or Scootering.
Where Am I?: Touch the Where Am I? icon to view current
location information. This feature is helpful if you need to tell emergency
personnel your location. You can find the nearest hospital, police & gas
stations, address & intersection.
Where To: The
Where To page offers several methods for entering a destination:
- Browse Map: Search for a destination by scrolling
the map display.
- Go Home: Store and easily recall your home address.
- Address: Enter a specific address; state, city,
street number, street.
- Cities: Search For a city (central location).
- Intersections: Search for the intersection of two
- Points of Interest: Search for points of interest
(POIs) by name or category; search near your current location, in a
specific city, along your current route, or near your destination.
- Recently Found: Stores the last 50 places found.
- Favorites: Store up to 1,000 of your favorite
- Custom Routes: Save and retrieve up to 20 routes.
- TracBack: Reverses your track long and helps you
navigate back to your original point.
- Coordinates: Enter geographic coordinates (latitude
- Extras: Add extra information via an microSD card;
custom points of interest, Garmin Travel Guide, Safety Camera
information, TourGuide, Language Guide, and SaversGuide available on Garmin's website.
Routes Page: The Routes page displays four different types
of routes to your destination - Fastest Time, Shortest Distance, Avoid Highways, and Off-Road.
Avoidances: You can select the road types or conditions you
want to avoid on your route, such as Freeways, Toll Roads, and Ferries, etc..
Navigation Map: Your route is marked with a magenta line. As
you travel, the zumo 665 guides you to your destination with voice prompts,
arrows on the map, and directions at the top of the map. The upper-left corner
indicates the distance to your next maneuver and the lane you should be in for
that maneuver. A checkered flag marks
your destination. You can select one of three map orientation displays:
- 2D Track Up: Two-dimensional map that constantly
displays the route from bottom to top of the screen.
- 2D North Up: Two-dimensional map that constantly
displays North at the top of the screen.
- 3D Track Up: Three-dimensional map that constantly
displays the route from bottom to top of the screen.
3D Buildings: The Zumo
665's navigation map features three-dimensional buildings to provide you with a
better perspective of your surroundings.
Turn List: When you are navigation a route, the turn list
displays turn-by-turn instructions for your entire route and the distance
Next Turn: When you are navigation a route, you can view the
next turn on the map and the distance and time left before you reach the turn.
Lane Assist with Junction View: The zumo 665 offers lane assist
with junction view to help guide
you to the proper lane for complicated highway interchanges. When available the
Lane Assist page displays a view of the upcoming junction and in which lane you
should be driving.
Via Point: If you want to add a stop (or multiple stops) along
your current route, you can add the stops as via points (up to 1,000), and you will be routed to each stop on the way to your original destination.
Trip Logs: As you navigate a route, the details are recorded onto a Trip Log. You can save the Trip Log to the built-in memory or microSD card for future use. If saved on a microSD
card, you can share the Trip Log with another person with a compatible Garmin device (with microSD card slot).
Trip Computer: The trip computer displays your current speed
and provides helpful statistics about your trip, such as compass heading,
elevation, time and distance to your destination, and travel speed.
Auto Reroute: If you deviate from the original route, the
zumo 665 recalculates the route and provides new directions.
Detour: If a road ahead is closed or congested with traffic,
you can take a detour using the zumo 665. The zumo 665 attempts to find an
alternate route that avoids the current road or the next road on your turn list,
and then returns to your original route. If the route you are currently
navigating is the only reasonable option, the zumo 665 might not calculate a
Fuel Tracking: When the zumo is connected to the motorcycle mount, you can track your fuel usage and alert you when your fuel tank is low. Once you enter the total
distance you can travel on a tank of fuel, the unit will monitor your fuel usage as you travel. If your fuel tank gets low enough to trigger the Remaining Fuel Alarm, a gas pump icon will appear
on the screen. Touching the icon will take you to a list of the nearest gas stations.
Safety Cameras: Safety camera information is available in
some locations (check http://my.garmin.com). For these locations, the zumo 665
includes the locations hundreds of safety cameras. The zumo 665 alerts you when
you are approaching a safety camera and can warn you if you are driving too
fast. The data is updated at least weekly, so you always have access to the most
Indoor Use: When indoors, you can activate the built-in simulator and practice using the
unit. This turns off the GPS receiver so it's not searching for satellites.
Photo Navigation: You can download photos with location
information to the zumo 665 or microSD card for photo navigation. Please visit
http://connect.garmin.com/photos for more information.
Security Settings: The Garmin zumo 665 offers two
- Garmin Lock: This anti-theft feature disables the unit
from performing any functions until you type in a specific 4-digit PIN or
take the unit to a predetermined location.
- Safe Mode: With the Safe Mode turned on, functions that
require significant operator attention are disabled so they don't become a
distraction while riding.
Tools: The Garmin zumo 665 also has helpful tools such as a
World Clock, Calculator, Unit Converter, and Currency Rate Converter.
XM Satellite Radio with NavTraffic
XM Satellite Radio: The zumo 665 comes standard with Garmin's GXM40 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.
Note: XM service is only available in North America and may not be
available in all areas. Go to www.garmin.com/xm for details.
XM NavTraffic: When you add on an XM NavTraffic subscription,
you can find out where the trouble spots are and route around them. When the
zumo 665 is receiving traffic information in your area, a "traffic-icon" appears
in the upper-right corner of the Map page. The traffic icon changes color
(Green/Yellow/Red/Gray) to indicate the severity of the traffic conditions on
your route or on the road you are currently traveling. When calculating a route,
the zumo 665 examines the current traffic and automatically optimizes the route
for the shortest time. If a severe traffic delay occurs on your route while you
are navigating, the zumo 665 automatically recalculates the route. You might
still be routed through traffic if no better routes exist. If a non-severe
traffic delay occurs on your route, the traffic icon shows how much time the
delay has added to your route. This time in included in your estimated arrival
Note: XM NavTraffic may not be available in all areas.
XM NavWeather: With the addition of an XM NavWeather subscription you
can access up-to-the-minute weather data and NEXRAD radar graphics from your map
screen to stay ahead of the storm. The unit will display the weather forecast
for your current location, the weather forecast for other cities, and a 3-day
weather forecast for a particular city. The zumo 665 will also display a weather
radar which show up-to-date clouds and precipitation in your area, along your
route, or at your destination. Weather alerts may appear when inclement road
conditions make travel difficult or dangerous.
Note: XM NavWeather may not be available in all areas.
Bluetooth Technology: The zumo 665 features built-in
Bluetooth technology, with built-in microphone and speaker for wireless headset
connection, hands-free communication, and audio
streaming. The first time you use the two devices together, you must "pair" them
with one another. After initial pairing the two device can connect automatically
each time you turn them on.
Note: To determine whether your Bluetooth enabled device is
compatible with the zumo 665, go to www.garmin.com/bluetooth.
Wireless Headset: The zumo 665 features built-in Bluetooth
headset communication. You can listen to the zumo 665's navigation commands
a Bluetooth enabled headset.
Hands-Free Communication: The
built-in Bluetooth technology allows you to connect to your mobile phone to become a hands-free device. While connected to your mobile phone, you can make and receive calls hands free
via the touchscreen or using voice commands. Your
phonebook is automatically loaded into the zumo, giving you easy access to your regular contacts. Many of the points of interest include phone number data, allowing you to call the location
with the touch of a button.
Audio Streaming: The zumo 665 also has advanced Bluetooth A2DP technology, allowing you to listen to MP3 files through your Bluetooth headset.
microSD Memory Card Slot: Inside the battery compartment
is a slot for a microSD Memory card. You can create custom routes or download custom points of interest on your computer and load it onto an optional microSD card. You can also play MP3 music files or JPEG
picture files loaded onto a microSD card.
Note: The unit does not
include a microSD Memory card.
MP3/Audible Player: The zumo 665 can play
MP3/Audible files. The music files must be stored on an optional microSD memory card or
transferred to the internal memory.
JPEG Files: Digital photos in
JPEG format can be loaded to the internal memory or an optional microSD card for picture
Motorcycle Mount: The unit can be mounted to your
motorcycle's handlebar or to the clutch/brake clamp bracket using the supplied
4-Wheel Mount: For additional flexibility, a standard
windshield or dash suction-cup mount is included so you can mount it to your
4-wheeled vehicle as well.
Rechargeable Battery: You can power the zumo 665, or charge
its Lithium-Ion battery, using the supplied cigarette lighter adapter. Charging
time is approximately 4 hours. Battery life is 3-7 hours depending upon usage and settings.
Hardwired Power Cable: The supplied all-in-one power cable allows you to hardwire the zumo cradle to your motorcycle's electrical system.
Interface Capability: This unit is connected to a PC via the
supplied USB cable for software and navigation updates. This interface allows
you to download additional map and software information to the unit's flash
Note: The unit's USB port is USB 2.0 Full Speed
Computer Compatibility: The zumo 665 is compatible with
Windows XP or newer and Mac OS X 10.4 or later.
Note: The zumo 665 is not compatible with Windows 95,
Windows 98, Windows Me, or Windows NT. It is also not compatible with Mac OS
10.3 and earlier. This is a common limitation of most USB mass storage