The changes for 2020 are minimal; in fact, there’s just a new color option. That’s it. Even the pricing is the same as, uh, 2018 (there was no 2019 model). All the other high-zoot features from the previous year are back, like cruise control, traction control, linked ABS, the largest rear tire in the class, Sure-Park parking assist, infotainment system, drive modes, an adjustable rider backrest, heated seats, and more. With a feature set like that, you can see why Yamaha wants to position it at the top of the luxury touring segment.