Big, easy-to-read analogue dials for the speedometer and tachometer flank a digital display that shows an odometer, twin trip meters, a fuel consumption meter, a fuel meter, a coolant temperature indicator, a thermometer, a clock, an oil level indicator, an oil change indicator, a drive mode indicator (for drive mode and power mode), and a gear position indicator (for manual mode). New for 2013, the Burgman features an Eco Drive Indicator to encourage riding that might reduce environmental impacts. The Eco Drive Indicator light will come on when the vehicle is operated in a fuel-efficient manner. This might help riders learn techniques to improve their fuel economy. Refined transmission settings and reduced mechanical losses contribute to boost fuel economy also. Control comes from a Suzuki Electronically-controlled Continuously Variable Transmission (SECVT). By toggling buttons on the handlebars, you can choose three distinct transmission modes: two fully automatic modes (Drive and Power) and Manual. Drive mode heightens efficiency at normal road speeds and gives smooth, linear, almost shock-free power delivery for easy riding. Power mode gives more punch when you twist the throttle. And Manual mode lets you thumb-toggle between five preset gear ratios for a unique feeling of control.