Garmin has a new GPS unit for motorcyclists coming out in the first quarter of this year. It is called the zūmo 660 and it will price around $800.
The Garmin zūmo 660 is designed with motorcyclists in mind, said Garmin. It has a 4.3” sunlight-readable and customizable touchscreen display, “glove-friendly design” with left-handed controls and oversized touchscreen buttons. It comes loaded with street-level maps of the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico that have over six million points of interest.
Other features of this GPS unit include Bluetooth A2DP support, lane assist with junction view, turn-by-turn, voice prompted directions, multiple routing options and a customizable fuel gauge that can be modified to the motorcycle’s maximum fuel range.