Motorcycle Navigation for the Twisty Road to Adventure
- Rugged, glove-friendly, sunlight-readable 4.3” display; resistant to fuel vapors, UV rays and harsh weather
- Stay connected with hands-free calling, smart notifications and easy GPX file sharing for group rides; control music and playlists from your smartphone on the zūmo display
- Access free Live Services for traffic and weather using the Smartphone Link app
- Garmin Adventurous Routing™ finds curvy or hilly roads; limits major highways
- Built-in Wi-Fi® for easy map and software updates without a computer
- Helpful rider alerts for upcoming sharp curves, speed cameras and more — plus Automatic Incident Notifications
WHAT'S IN THE BOX:
- zumo 396 LMT-S
- Motorcycle mount and hardware
- Motorcycle power cable
- USB cable
- Quick start manual
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