ZUMO XT MT-S - what does MT-S mean ?

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ZUMO XT MT-S - what does MT-S mean ?

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Does anyone know what the MT-S suffix to 'Zumo XT' means please ?

My XT has gone back to Garmin for replacement. They received it today and are sending me a newly refurbished Zumo XT MT-S EU

The serial number also starts with an S.

They have received mine, but the replacement has still to be shipped.
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I found only one site in Australia who's selling the MT-S for $649... https://www.peterstevens.com.au/garmin- ... -mt-s.html
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Thanks. I've found a few places that list the Zumo XT MT-S, but so far nowhere that says what the model is. The same MT-S suffix seems to have been applied to some other units.

I also noted that a lot of UK stores are currently listing the XT at £349 - £80 cheaper than normal price. Whatever that may mean.
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349 GB is $460 USD. In the states it sells for $500, but was lowered to $400 only for the Thanksgiving weekend.

As for the MT-S, your best bet is to ask Garmin people who're sending it to you. Keep us posted, will be interesting to know.
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Looks like it means "Lifetime Maps and traffic.

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Maybe it means "secondhand". (Or as DELL computers would call it "Refurbished")
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Well, it arrived today. I still havent got a clue what it means.
Maps, Traffic ? but my previous one had those.
And MT-S seems to be given to other new Garmin Products I notice.
Its a mystery to me. But it has a later version of the Hardware v8 as opposed to v6.
There are no indications on the XT itself, or on the screen, and it starts up in the same way - except the copyright notice in now 2021.
The USB connector seems to be on a slightly raised rubber block which the waterproof flap mates with when it is closed. I don't remember that before.
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Believe its lifetime maps and traffic, with the S referring to the fact its via a smartphone app, replacing the D that meant digital traffic.
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Re: ZUMO XT MT-S - what does MT-S mean ?

Post by Fxwheels »

Well, that's what it means on 396 -
The "LMT-S" stands for Lifetime Maps and Traffic with the Smartphone Link App.

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