I'm 30. Just sold my XRL to a dude a decade older. Part of it is that you're asking ADV. Part of it is that the XRL is the heaviest, slowest variant on a platform that's pushing 30 years old. They're rock-solid reliable, require minimal maintenance, and are cheap to fix when they do break. A long production run means huge used parts availability. Those are qualities you'll find near the top of a lot more old guys' lists than young guys' lists, especially when the tradeoff is weight and everything that goes along with it.