BMW Motorrad offers precise positioning with Navigator Adventure

Article by Anita Panait, on May 7, 2013

Don’t want to get lost while riding on a motorbike or hiking? Then BMW Motorrad’s new GPS navigation system, the Navigator Adventure, is the right tool for you. The BMW Motorrad Navigator Adventure features a universal software and longer battery life, making it very suitable for a number of outdoor activities like cycling, hiking or sailing and motorcycling.

The Navigator Adventure could prove to be a very reliable travel tool, thanks to pre-installed North American roadmaps, free map updates of up to four times a year via Garmin Web site, and a car installation kit that is offered as a special accessory. The BMW Motorrad Navigator Adventure comes with a four-inch touch screen with selectable orientation (portrait or landscape) that allows users to determine their precise GPS position quickly, even if they are located amidst skyscrapers, deep gorges and dense forests.

The Navigator Adventure’s dual battery system could accommodate either a rechargeable lithium ion battery pack or conventional AA batteries providing 16 to 22 hours of battery life in a waterproof housing.

The BMW Motorrad Navigator Adventure also features an integrated electronic 3-axis compass with tilt correction and a barometric altimeter, making it very suitable for outdoor activities. The system supports GPX files for geocaching, which are transferred directly to the Navigator Adventure. A user could read important information for locating a geocache like position, terrain and degree of difficulty from the display.

As an alternative to the Navigator IV, the BMW Motorrad Navigator Adventure comes with a mount bracket for secure mounting on all BMW motorcycle models, except the R 1200 GS, the K 1600 GT and the K 1600 GTL. Interested buyers could avail of the BMW Motorrad Navigator Adventure from authorized BMW Motorcycle retailers for a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $799.00.  The care accessory kit carries a tag of $114.95.

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