This has been brought up in another thread, and I'm sure it will be mentioned again in the future. Personally, I am a little confused of why there are complaints about it. When should the low fuel light come on? When the tank is completely empty? Then everybody would complain how come it didn't give you a warning so you have a chance to look for a gas station and fuel up.
It's not a huge problem. However, on all my other bikes when the low fuel light comes on, I have a gallon left, not 1.6-1.8. The CX owner's manual also says 1 gallon, I guess its just inaccurate. However, that's not really my concern.
On my CX the range indicator stops as soon as the light comes on?? On my BMW, the computer counts down the miles from 50 or so, to zero, as soon as the light comes on.
On every other bike I have (or have had), the fuel gauge still works when the light comes on. The light alerts me I am low, so I can watch the gauge. On the CX, the gauge goes almost immediately to zero so I have no idea how much is left, unless I remember to reset the trip gauge to zero.
Thanks for all the responses