tl;dr slightly swollen knee, bent handlebars and maybe other light damage to KLR. I hit the side of the SUV at less than 10mph (est). There was enough traffic at the intersection that I should have watched more carefully and slowed more and earlier. It was a T intersection where I was riding a KLR left-to-right across the top of the T. My neighbor had been driving right-to-left across the top of the T and was stopped to turn down the vertical of the T. A car well in front of me did turn right to the vertical, and after they cleared the intersection my neighbor followed. I was a good distance behind the car in front; it wasn't like I was hiding. I had a very clear view of my neighbor starting his left turn. It's an easy intersection to miss traffic where I was riding; most traffic uses the other 2 legs of the T and less than 1/3 uses the part I was on. I have seen cars turn left there in front of oncoming cars or trucks. My bad for not expecting to have someone turn in front of me. (Still, I am certain the Sheriff's deputy cited the other driver.) I was hard on the brakes (1st-gen KLR w/semi-sintered pads and braided stainless lines but otherwise stock. New fluid and bleeding about a month ago). The front was slowing me while the rear left a skid mark. I am certain that the brakes on the DRZ would have stopped me before the impact. But this wasn't the DRZ. I hit the passenger-side rear door of the Chevy Equinox. Glancing blow with my tire sliding toward the car's rear tire and my right handguard hitting the window. I fell onto my left side. Roadcrafter 1-pc was unscathed. Helmet never touched anything. My Sidi On-Road right boot got pressed against the engine but no foot or ankle injury My right knee is slightly swollen but still would look like a knobby knee if you didn't have the knobbier left to compare to. White helmet and red Roadcrafter. The only front light on the KLR is the stock H4. Bent handlebar and probably a bent headlight frame. Something doesn't feel right in the steering so I got trailered home. Could just be interference between the extra wiring on the speedometer/tach and the possibly bent headlight frame. Or twisted triple clamps. It could, of course be more serious, but I'll have a more detailed look in the coming days. The impact was slow enough that I might have been able to release brakes and swerve into the oncoming lane. Trouble is that the oncoming lane had more traffic behind my left-turner. After 14 years of riding I have now had my first car-motorcycle collision. Could have been worse. EDIT: More on the intersection. Sightlines are great for going straight, but most traffic makes the turn that the other driver made. Sightlines for that turn are not so good with a hill in the way and slightly acute turn. It's easy to get focused on what's around the corner and easy to not re-check for oncoming traffic straight ahead.