If you can get past the coast you will love the product.
5 July 2014
Summary: This GPS does it all. It is easy to install and offers tons of information and features. Music quality of the xm radio is poor. Subscribing to the weather, traffic and music is a fairly big monthly expense but it is nice to have and performed great on my recent trip.
Summary: I bought this to replace my aging Zumo 550. I wish I could have kept the 550. First, unlike the 550, the 665 uses the memory card for additional storage for map updates. The 665 doesn't come with the card you have to purchase it separately but right out of the box the 665 is almost out of internal memory. This will limit the amount of music I can put on the card as I have to save space for the updates.
Summary: This unit is not as user friendly as Garmin would have you to believe. They have removed alot of the earlier functions. The biggest problem is the unit will not let you customize a route on the road. It has to be hooked up to your pc or laptop to do that. Get the Garmin 350.
Summary: I ride a Harley-Davidson Sportster motorcycle on weekends for fun, and I wanted a good solid GPS. My dealer recommended the Zumo 665 because it features turn-by-turn Bluetooth connectivity and is otherwise optimized for use on motorcycles. For those of you new to the world of motorcycle GPS units, (as I was until recently) most car GPS units do not have Bluetooth capability for the turn-by-turn instructions.
GPS functions OK. Bluetooth is wothless - completely and totally worthless.
18 April 2014
Summary: I have had bunches of GPS units, and tons of Bluetooth devices. Unfortunately, Garmin seems destined and determined to be at the pure bottom of the barrel when it comes to Bluetooth implementations. Simply stated, I have attempted to configure both an iPhone 4, and a Samsung Galaxy S4 with this device, using two different bluetooth headsets.
Summary: The Garmin Zumu 665LM GPS was a total disaster. Babbitts Powersport put in they had shipped the device and a fraudulent FEDEX number which didn't even exist per conversation with FEDEX. I contacted them the final day my product was suppose to arrive, and found out it was never shipped.
Summary: I received my 665 and spent a few hours doing a very neat installation on my bike. I got the XM working easily, just like it had withmy 376C this was replacing. I was excited to have the phone capabilities. My iPhone 4S paired right up, but when I place a call I can hear the person on the other end, but they couldn't hear me. I called Garmin support and held for quite some time and then got someone to help me.
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. So the question is, would i purchase this again. My answer is yes.