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New zumo 390LM lets you check tire pressure, navigate curvy roads

by GPS4US 2013-09-05 16:52

Garmin today announced the new zumo 390LM, the latest in its line of motorcycle navigation units. It gives you a large touchscreen display, a sunlight-readable, glove-responding screen, and spoken turn-by-turn navigation using improved Bluetooth connectivity. But the main upgrades include the Curvy Roads feature and the ability to instantly track your tire pressure.

“In addition to features like the Service History Log, lane assist with junction view and TracBack, the zūmo 390LM adds improved Bluetooth functionality, new Curvy Roads feature and motorcyclists can now monitor their tire pressure in real-time with the new Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor (sold separately),” said Dan Bartel, Garmin vice president of worldwide sales. “It’s light-weight and easy to mount, includes lifetime map updates, and can handle the toughest weather conditions.”

The zumo 390LM includes both motorcycle and car mounts, and free lifetime maps. But the new features should do its part in making the new device a success.

The zumo 390LM is the first Garmin motorcycle GPS to work with the integrated Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor (TPMS). You can add a sensor for each tire – it works with up to four – and ensure you have ideal tire pressure, which helps save gas and repair costs. Plus, the Service History log lets you record the date, mileage and maintenance performed on your bike.

The Zumo 390LM will be coming soon to In the meantime, you can browse the entire Garmin zumo line by clicking here.

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