Garmin Zumo 550 Motorcycle GPS Navigator ~ GPS Info | Review - Application - Gadget

Saturday, June 30, 2007

Garmin Zumo 550 Motorcycle GPS Navigator

The Zumo is made for extreme durability; it's vibration-tested, waterproof, and built with fuel-resistant plastics to withstand the elements. It's also intuitive, with a glove-friendly touch screen with left-handed controls that make it easy to operate.

The Zumo 550 comes ready to go right out of the box with preloaded City Navigator NT street maps and a hefty points of interest (POIs) database, including motels, restaurants, fuel, ATMs and more. Simply enter a destination, and the zumo takes you there with turn-by-turn voice directions that speak street names.

Customize your ride with the Zumo 550. Designed by bikers, Zumo's motorcycle-friendly features make it easy to operate. From backroads to rallies, its high-end navigation features give you the freedom to go where you want.

What's in the box :

  • zūmo 550
  • Preloaded City Navigator® NT for North America or Europe (full coverage)
  • MapSource® City Navigator North America NT DVD or City Navigator Europe NT DVD (full unlock)*
  • Motorcycle mount with mounting hardware
  • Vehicle suction cup mount with integrated speaker**
  • Dashboard disk
  • Carrying case
  • AC charger
  • Vehicle power cable
  • Motorcycle power cable
  • USB cable
  • Security screwdriver
  • Custom caps (silver and black)
  • Garmin stickers
  • Owner's manual on disk
  • Quick reference guide
*City Navigator North America NT DVD included in North American Version; City Navigator Europe NT DVD included in European version.
** Notice to Drivers in California and Minnesota
Package contents may vary per version. See your local dealer for more information.

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2 comment:

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