A base GSA costs $19,945, but our testbike came with the $3,450 Premium Package (you’re gonna want it), which includes next-gen semi-active electronic suspension, customizable ride modes, a quickshifter, Hill Start Control, heated grips…the list goes on. It also came with the $500 Exclusive Package—basically just fancy paint—for a grand total of $23,895. That’s more than $3,000 cheaper than the Gold Wing, if you’re keeping track, but that doesn’t include luggage. The Premium Package includes aluminum saddlebag mounts, but BMW-branded Touratech aluminum side cases cost an additional $1,456. Somehow our test unit didn’t arrive with those bags. No matter, we made do without.