Garmin zumo 340LM motorbike sat nav features a bright 4.3-inch glove-friendly touchscreen colour display. Garmin zumo 340LM features Bluetooth, Lane Assist with Junction View.
The zumo 340LM is preloaded with Western Europe mapping, and what's more as the zumo 340 is a 'LM' (Lifetime Maps) model it includes FREE access to new street-level road maps for the life of the product. When a new map is available you can download it to the zumo 340 via your PC.
The zumo 340LM also features speed limit indicator and you can download the latest speed camera database for a fee. You can also receive turn by turn navigation via bluetooth in your helmet.
The Garmin zumo 340LM includes 4.3-inch displays, is waterproof and rugged, has lane assist and PhotoReal Junction View, Bluetooth for navigation and road speed limits and speed camera database. The mapping on the 340LM is Western Europe and these maps can be updated as often as a new map is released for the lifetime of the device.
If you want full European mapping on a Garmin zumo then we recommend buy the Garmin zumo 390LM instead. Plus, if you want to use the Garmin tyre pressure monitor accessory with your zumo you will need to buy the zumo 390LM or zumo 590LM models.
The Garmin zumo 340LM features an advanced navigation engine with a faster, more intuitive interface. The navigation features you'll get include:
‣The easy-to-use search bar and quick type address entry which shows you only the letters possible to make a valid address
‣Speed limit indicator and safety camera alerts provided by specialists, Cyclops
‣Exit Services - know what you'll find when you exit the highway
‣With TracBack you can ride wherever the road takes you, then navigate along that same route back to where you started
‣Lane assist with junction view, realistically displays road signs and guides you to the correct lane, making unfamiliar junctions and exits easy to navigate.
Plus ride with the latest maps available with Garmin nuMaps Guarantee. Simply register your new Garmin zumo 340LM within 90 days of first using your sat-nav to see if a free map update is available. See map coverage below for more details.
Rugged and Waterproof
Rugged and waterproof to IPX,Garmin zumo 340LM is built tough for bikers - by bikers. The GPS systems have been tested on rutted-out roads, cobblestone streets, in heavy rain and glaring sunshine and the result was always the same - zumo kept on navigating.
Cyclops Speed Camera Alerts
The Garmin zumo 340LM, like all Garmin sat nav's, gets its speed camera data from the Cyclops speed camera database. The database provides advanced alerts to fixed, average speed, mobile, variable, temporary roadwork, red light and red light speed cameras. As you approach a camera, your device sounds an alert. Subscription charges apply. Click here to read more about the Cyclops speed trap database.
Garmin zumo 340LM Features
‣Highly visible, sunlight-readable 4.3-inch glove-friendly touchscreen display
‣FREE lifetime street-level here mapping for the UK, Ireland and Western Europe
‣Turn-by-turn directions with spoken street names
‣Lane assist with junction view
‣Preview what you’ll find at upcoming motorway exits (Exit Services)
‣Advanced motorbike route planning software and trip logs
‣Faster routing and map displays, more intuitive destination searches
‣Rugged, vibration-dampening mount and hardware
‣With a Bluetooth enabled helmet or headset (sold separately), you can get clear, turn-by-turn spoken directions
‣Look up addresses and points of interest
‣Easy-to-use search bar
‣See and select businesses on the map - no need to page through menus
‣Speed limit indicator
‣Waterproof to IPX7; built tough with fuel-resistant plastics
‣Service History Log to record bike maintenance
‣Multimedia player: listen to music and audiobooks
‣High-sensitivity GPS with HotFix
‣Built-in Cyclops speed camera database (includes fixed camera locations and mobile hot-spots)
‣1 year manufacturers guarantee
Garmin zumo 340LM series is secured to your motorcycles handlebar using the supplied RAM mount and Garmin motorcycle mounting bracket.
The Garmin zumo 340LM is preloaded with City Navigator NT for the UK, Ireland and Western Europe provided by here. These maps can be updated FREE for the life of the product, when you register your zumo 390LM with Garmin UK.
here maps provide high quality detailed street level maps, which in addition to street information include features such as route calculation, Points of Interest (POI), Estimated Time of Arrival, and more.
Further Garmin zumo 340LM series maps are available on SD card which insert directly into the Garmin zumo GPS system. Available Garmin zumo 340LM maps include North America, Australia and New Zealand, Middle East and Southeast Asia. Click here to view Garmin zumo 340LM maps.
What's in the box? (when purchased from ActiveGPS.co.uk)
‣Garmin zumo 340LM
‣Preloaded City Navigator NT Western Europe
‣Motorcycle mount with power cable and mounting hardware
‣Quick Start Manual
Garmin zumo 340LM Accessories
The zumo 340LM includes all the accessories you need to get you up and running on your bike. However, if you'd like to use the motorbike navigator in a car/van too, you'll need to buy some extra accessories. Additional and spare parts are also available including a hard carrying case, RAM mount kit and motorcycle power cable. View all of the available accessories here.
Garmin zumo 340LM Maps
The zumo 340LM is preloaded with street-level maps for Western Europe. You can however, buy maps for all of Europe and Eastern Europe, or if you want to take your bike navigation device further afield, we may have the map that you need. Garmin zumo maps available include: USA, Canada and Mexico, Australia and New Zealand, India, Morocco and Southern Africa. View all of the available maps here.
Garmin zumo 340LM Technical Specification
‣Technology: GPS / Bluetooth
‣Display: 4.3-inch (480 x 272 pixels), WQVGA TFT landscape display with white backlight and touchscreen
‣Waterproof: yes (IPX7)
‣Battery: removable, rechargeable lithium-ion
‣Battery Life: up to 7 hours depending on usage and settings
‣Installation: Plug and Play
‣Power: 12 volt, Motorcycle Power Cable.
‣Dimensions: Width - 130mm, Height - 94mm, Depth - 30mm
‣Headphone jack/audio line-out: Yes
‣Garmin zumo 340LM manual
Manual requires Adobe Acrobat Reader
Download a free copy here.
Garmin zumo 340LM Questions and Answers
Question: I have a garmin zumo 340lm mounted for motorcycle use and want to use it in the car. What adapters and leads do I need please?
Answer: You will need two items to power and mount your zumo 340 in a car:
Question: Please can you confirm that I need a micro usb cable to connect my Zumo 340lm to a computer?
Answer: Garmin zumo 340LM accessories can be found here. The Garmin zumo 340LM requires a Mini USB Cable and NOT a micro usb cable. Please see the 13th accessory down the page.
Question: How long does it take to re-charge the battery from zero to full charge on the Garmin Zumo 340LM motorcycle Sat Nav?
Answer: It will depend from what source you are charging the Garmin zumo 340 battery, e.g. USB cable connected to a PC will be slower than charging directly from the mains.
For a full charge, Garmin recommend charging overnight from the mains using the genuine Garmin zumo 340LM Mini USB AC Adapter.
Question: I'm wanting to mount my motorcycle Garmin zumo 340 in the car; my mount cradle attaches to a 1 inch 'RAM' ball but unsure if this product GARPFM has the same 1 inch ball or is it the smaller 5/8" (16mm) ball.
Answer: Part number GARPFM is designed to work in conjunction with part number GZ3SCM.
To power/charge in car you will also need GZ3VPC: Garmin zumo 340lm Vehicle Power Cable
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Page updated: 6th April 2017