The touring version adds a tall windshield, passenger backrest, and leather-covered hard saddlebags. Note that this version of the V-Star 1300 is called the "Tourer," not "Silverado" a departure from the touring versions of the Road Star and other V-Stars. The name reflects a slightly different, more streamlined and less-western style, noticeable particularly in the saddlebags and in the lack of conchos (the post-Brokeback Mountain effect, perhaps). The additional equipment adds $1100 to the cost of the basic V-Star 1300, which carries a $10,090 MSRP. The Tourer is $11,190 in a single color (red or black) or $11,390 in the two-tone silver/silver. The base model is available in red, blue or the inevitable black.