So I'm looking to get my first dual sport bike for a trip I'm planning for next year. Due to my relatively short inseam (29-30") and inexperience with a taller, comparatively heavy bike, (coming off an old KZ440 with a 31" seat height and ~360lbs dry) I've settled on either a used V-Strom of either flavor or a used Triumph Tiger. I've found locally a used 2002 Tiger 955i that looks to be a pretty good deal: asking $3700 for a bike with OEM bags, added top box, tank bag, tall windscreen, Corbin seat, center stand, crash bars, and highway pegs. The current owner is the original owner and has had the bike fitted with an upgraded stator and rectifier (the OEM parts being a known weakness of this model as I understand it). My only concern is the bike currently has ~39,500 miles on it. Now I have heard stories of Tigers (and Stroms for that matter) going 100k+ miles with no issues but I'm still a little skittish about a bike with so many miles on it already. From the pics in the ad, the bike looks to be in VERY good shape and says it has always been garage kept and regularly serviced. All this together, does this sound like a good deal? I've always heard the old adage about the reliability of Japanese bikes and also about the "quirks" of the old Brit bikes, but recently have been hearing good things about the reliability of newer Triumphs. Also, as a fan of unusual engine configurations the triple has me intrigued. What do you think?