Hi,Welcome to the forum.
Just because the Goldwing is capable of all day touring does not make it a bad choice for every day commuting. If you like it, ride it. One possible drawback would be the fuel mileage. Maybe half what you were getting on your Burgman.
As far as that particular bike goes, you can review a number of threads on this site looking for potential maintenance or recall issues for that year. I suggest that as I would be hesitant to purchase a 20 year old bike without looking and riding it and know what to look for. At the least, as a relatively new rider, try to get it inspected by an independent mechanic.
Appreciate the answer. I will be weekend rider as I drive my car to work with my wife every weekdays. Since I got the car, she don't want to back pillion days anymore. I can understand it's hot and humid here in HK. That's why I had Burgman 650 before car. Comfy for two up.
Anyway I checked some known issues. There's one "cracking frame" is a big concern. But I think I know where to check. And it's a lifetime recall as I know. The bike is just imported from Japan. So those cracked frame or major problems should be solved over the years. And inspection here is very tight. They wouldn't allowed to be registered if something majorly wrong with the bike. Still a bit stiff price, around 11.000 usd. I don't know how much you guys would pay for it but it is what it is here.
Thanks again, I'll go to see the bike tomorrow. Usually no test ride in Hong Kong. But I will see... keep researching. Thanks again.