Welcome! It's not the best off road bike or sport bike or touring bike but perhaps one of the best "all rounders" for a "reasonable" amount of money and has an ergonomic and comfortable riding position like all adv bikes IMO. The only caveat is you need a 31/32 inch or perhaps greater inseam to manage the bike at it's standard height, there is however a lowering kit available for shorter riders for under $200. If you want a bike for weekday big city commuting, occasional, longer trips of a few hours on a divided highway, occasional weekend camping trips with luggage and more frequent weekend blasts on twisty and sometimes bumpy secondary country roads it's hard to beat.
All Rounders like the Triumph Tiger XR, Ducati 900 Multistrada, etc. are perhaps a slight step up in power and features but considerably more money.
With the bike you'll need the free to download (on this site) factory service manual and a pit stand to hold it upright for maintenance and cleaning. A metric socket set is also handy to have. Like all Japanese bikes there are no unscheduled maintenace issues. You will also almost certainly want to install a set of engine bars to protect the bike in a tip over or minor low side.
Last edited by twowheels; 05-17-2018 at 11:35 PM.