Finally figured it out.
The reliablity of expensive vehicles is inversely proportional to the cost of that vehicle. Take my sold 02 Caddy Deville, got rid of that piece of s**t because it had 33 problems, 1/2 mechanical, 1/2 electrical in 4.5 years. Lost $35,000 too. Worst car I've ever owned. Don't buy GM! Replaced it with an Accord.
Now for my LT, final drive leaks, replace crown bearing, seal and rear brake pads, throttle cable broken (BMW wants $188!!), pivot bearings loose and probabaly bad ($130!), won't trip stop lights, have to buy brake bleeders (never had a bike that didn't have them), remove canister so the plastic tank does not collupse, worst headlights on any bike I've ever owned. Then what will break: Shift linkage, engine, slave cylinder and transmission seals, valves that can't be adjusted without taking out the cams?? Service items under the tank, ie. Air cleaner and many electrical components, this is stupid.
Ok, now on to my inexpensive, $5500 new in 91, Suzuki GSX1100G's, extremely reliable, very fast, light weight, upright seating, easy to work on, inexpensive parts (comparatively & rarely purchased), better gas mileage, better handling, carries 2 (but not quite as comfortably). I know, mine has 95k miles. REMINDER TO ME: BUY CHEAP and precomputer, not nearly as much to break down.