Garmin RV 660LMT 6-Inch Navigator

Garmin RV 660LMT is a 6.0” navigator with RV-specific features including road warnings and custom routing1 for the size and weight of your RV or towable trailer. A filterable directory of RV Parks & Services finds repair services and campgrounds with your preferred amenities. Elevation information shows possible steep grades along your route; while Easy Route Shaping lets you modify your route to include preferred roads or cities. Foursquare data finds millions more new and popular points of interest along your route and near your destination. Pair RV 660LMT with Garmin BC 30 Wireless Backup Camera (sold separately) to easily see behind your RV when in reverse.

Product Features

  • EASY ROUTE SHAPING- Easily modify your route to include preferred roads or cities, just by touching the screen
  • ELEVATION PROFILE – Elevation map tool displays possible steep grades along your route
  • CUSTOM RV ROUTING- Custom RV routing1 for the size and weight of your RV or towable trailer
  • RV Parks and Services – Directory of RV Parks and Services; filter campground search results based on your preferred amenities
  • ROAD WARNINGS – Road warnings for bridge heights, weight limits, sharp curves, steep grades and more

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3 Responses to Garmin RV 660LMT 6-Inch Navigator

  1. fastalker64 says:

    Pretty Disappointed RVer Bought this unit to use in our travel trailer, as I assumed the RV-special features would keep us on the best roads. Not so! In just two weeks of use, this thing has told me to “leave the road” twice, and taken me to a gas station that hasn’t been a gas station in years. The first time I used it, I was in a familiar area, and if I hadn’t known that the GPS was trying to take me down horse path (literally) I’d have been in trouble. I’m pretty disappointed at the accuracy, and the…

  2. New User says:

    The good news is this is a large easy to read … The good news is this is a large easy to read GPS. The test routing with the auto setting is good. The bad news is that it appears to not work with the motorhomes setting. It took me several miles out of the way through narrow streets rather than on a four lane divided boulevard to a major state highway. The folks at Garmin say it is because local governments have provided them with bad information, and they have no responsibility to check it out.After four calls to Garmin, I…

  3. Anonymous says:

    I have had this GPS for a week. In the auto mode, it seems to work as well as my 5 year old Nuvi. However, in RV mode it is worse than useless. Out of the box, I took it out in my car but in RV mode to see what it would do. I was about 20 miles from home with a perfectly fine 4 lane highway all the way to my street. I told it to “go home”. It refused to take the highway and tried to get me to take side roads, dirt roads, forest service roads that are 4 wheel drive only. I counted…