Summary: Hi My name is Earl, I finally took a chance and bought a Zumo 665 for my 2012 GoldWing, Mainly for the xm music, of course turned out I loved the Navigation also. The fact that it was designed for a Motorcycle (Weather Proof) and a Very Good Name Brand help influence me buy it!
Summary: It is a good unit for a bike. Large screen and easy to manipulate with gloves on. Issues I am having are it has shut down at different intervals even with the latest software upgrades. I turn it back on and no issue. But frustrating when you are navigating somewhere.
This is my second 660, purchased to replace one ...
27 June 2014
Summary: This is my second 660, purchased to replace one that was hosed-up by Garmins Map Update Software. It does everything that I need it to do and more. Priced high, but need to have the ability to create custom routes for my motorcycle adventures and this unit fills that bill.
Summary: My 660 Zumo gave up the ghost so I had to replace it. The new one works just fine and I just returned from a 3000 mile motorcycle trip and it served me well through some very tough storms. Maurice
Summary: I have been using the Garmin Zumo 660LM GPS on my motorcycle for almost 3 months now. Background: I Ride a 2006 Harley Davidson Heritage Softail Classic with Vance and Hinds longshot pipes I commute each day to work (10 Miles one way) unless it is raining I usually do a long ride on the weekends...
Very good unit, but the software could use improving.
Michael R. Dembroge, Amazon
31 March 2014
Summary: The Zumo 660 is probably the best unit for motorcycles. This is a replacement unit for one that was stolen. However, there are some software issues that should be addressed: 1. The software that Garmin bundles with the unit, BaseCamp, is atrocious.
Summary: The Garmin Zumo 665 is not perfect. It freezes sometimes. The bluetooth doesn't inegrate the way I think it should. But it is easy to read. Very glove friendly. Acurate. The bluetooth is acceptable. While the freezing does get slightly anoying turning the unit off then back on fixes it.