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There are multiple trip screens on your car. The first one shows the digital speed, "instant" MPG, and distance to empty. Then there are two trip odometers that show the distance travelled, average MPG, and average speed since you last reset them. There will also be screens showing fuel consumed, time since reset, and possibly other information. These are reasonably standard on all Cruzen.

The car information screens show things like Oil Life % remaining, Tire pressure, Voltage, Engine Coolant Temperatures (for those of us with 2011 and early 2012s), and an option to switch between US, Metric, and Imperial.

The final set of screens are the ECO specific screens. These screens show rolling averages for 25, 50, and 500 miles (US). The Canadian uses a slightly different set of distances in KM. The graph interval is 50 miles. The 2012s only have the rolling average MPG (25/50/500 miles). I keep mine on the 500 mile interval. It's amazingly hard difficult to keep this display maxed at 50 MPG. I believe the 2013s and 2014s will show more than 50 MPG on these displays. I'm not sure how useful the ECO index display is - if you're keeping your graph's 50 Mile intervals and 500 mile moving average pegged at 50 MPG the ECO index is probably always pegged at 100%.
 
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