The answer to your question lies mostly in how many previous owners the bike has had--and how well (or poorly) they collectively treated it.
I was the 2nd owner with mine--the first basically broke it in for me, then sold it due to back problems. Thus, it had little undue wear and tear, and not a lot of undue "sit" time (this is where the bike sits for weeks or months with untreated fuel, and this untreated fuel of course gums up the tank and carbs--killing the bike's drivability).
Following the advice given on this Forum, I've had no real problems with the bike--except the cam chain tensioners went out at just over 9k miles. An easy fix--thanks again to the advice here on the Forum. Cam chain tensioners are a chronic problem with this bike, as the springs in them are inherently weak.
Your toughest job here will be determining the overall condition of the bike, based on how well it's been treated or abused to date. A number of threads exist elsewhere on this Forum explaining all this in detail. Use the "search" function to locate them.
Overall, the bike is designed to be very low
maintenance, and more practical and easier to live with than most. Examples: shaft drive, tubeless tires, hydraulic lifters, electronic ignition, full instrumentation (e.g., a tach and fuel gauge), spin-on oil filters, & a centerstand for easy maintenance and loading/unloading. It runs fine or regular unleaded fuel, and is very smooth from idle all the way to the tach redline.
A newer design cruiser these days with all these features is not available to my knowledge--at any price.
Note however that this bike has (for whatever reasons) been treated as a red-headed stepchild by the bike aftermarket world. Finding accessories designed specifically for this bike is not easy (there aren't many out there). So you'll have to make do with mostly generics, except for a few parts here and there. Don't let this problem surprise or deter you. It just requires a bit of creativity on your part.
Good luck with your hunt...