Garmin z mo 220 GPS for bikers revs engine for first time

Jan 21, 2010

Garmin has gobs of GPS navigation devices on the market today for all sorts of uses. The company makes the portable and car mount GPS devices we are all familiar with along with a line for motorcycles and the company even makes GPS devices for aircraft.

Garmin has unveiled its latest GPS device for motorcycles called the z mo 220. The device has a 3.5-inch touchscreen that can be used with gloves on. The device is also waterproof and can stand up to fuel spills. Garmin claims the device offers speed limits for most major roads.

The 220 has spoken turn-by-turn driving direction and speaks street names aloud. The device is compatible with Bluetooth headsets and has maps of the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico pre-loaded. In addition to the motorcycle mount, the device also comes with a car mount. Pricing for the z mo 220 is $599.99 and it will ship in March.

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