The match should be perfect - they call the color Burgman Blue. However, I bought the standard matte black one from Arizona Motorsports because it comes with the optional brakelight kit included. It also looks good on my Blue 650 - matches the black parts like rear fender, final drive cover, seat and running board mats. I like it a lot, and I highly recommend getting the brake light (a $50 option if you have to add it to the Blue case).
I was going to upload a picture, but I guess I need a special username & password to do so.
You may want to have your passenger try sitting on the bike with the trunk on it before you install the backrest pad. The trunk mounts very flush with the back of the seat - my wife thinks it is fine with no pad.
I've seen a complaint or two posted where passengers found the pad uncomfortable - pushed into their back. The trunks on both my Burgman and V-Strom are padless, and will stay that way.
I'm not sure if you have to drill holes to install the pad, but I'd hate to see you do that and then discover that the pad was undesirable.
i have the e52 maxia burgman blue color...it is a perfect match, the panels are easy to remove just a couple clips, just make sure the back panel u pull down and out on it or you will break the tabs on it if u try to just pull it up and out. as far as the back pad goes i think its fine.
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