The instrumentation is simple, as you would expect from an enduro, but nicer than many in its class. The LCD instrument cluster comes with both a standard and a sport mode; the first displays your speed, time, two trip lengths, and voltage. The other has a trip, an average speed, a lap timer, a trip computer and a low-fuel warning light. The warning light is sorely needed, since Suzuki did not increase fuel capacity, instead choosing to keep the aluminum 1.6 gallon tank. The fuel pump and sending unit also take up a portion of that tank, so that 1.6 gallons really doesn't get you all that far. With an enduro bike, a bigger tank certainly would have been a nice addition.