The Voyager has a frame-mounted fairing, the upper containing the headlight and two fog lights. The lowers feature a ratcheting vent so your legs don't cook on hot days or freeze on the cold ones. The tail trunk has a 13.2 gallon capacity. Kawasaki claims it will hold two full-face helmets but we're sceptical until we see it in action. There is also a completely different set of gauges from the other 1700s, all fairing-mounted. In the center is a multi-function, backlit LCD that is controlled by a remote switch on the right handlebar. There are also analog, round gauges for the speedometer, tachometer, fuel and coolant temperature to either side of the LCD. Unfortunately the speedo and tach are pretty small, only about 3 inches in diameter. There are lockable glove boxes on each side of the fairing. Of course a deluxe tourer has to have an audio system and Kawasaki hasn't forgotten. The system has two front speakers, FM, AM, weather stations, and is compatible with iPods, an XM tuner or CB radio. A CD player will not be available as an option. The seat is also upgraded from the other 1700s while the fuel capacity is the same at 5.3 gallons.