I have a 2013 Bonneville. I bought it in 2015 with 168 miles on it. It is a scrambler with 7/8 bars, normal exhaust, 7 inch headlight, and street tires. Bike is bulletproof with nickel-dime cost of ownership. I am not a fan of cruisers. Having a 30 inch inseam limits my choices on standards. The seat height is roughly 30 inches give or take. 865cc is a great displacement. What some people consider a con, I consider a pro.
The core of the bike is nothing but miles of smiles. Much of the oem stuff is rubbish/garbage. Your shocks are junk. Your seat is in need of greatdayforaride.com. (Call Spencer). Your mirrors are silly. Your taillight assembly is plastic junk. Your headlight is anemic. Get heated grips. Stiffen up the front forks. The faux carb tops are already rusted even if your bike is not built yet. Get a set of handlebar risers.
A Bonneville/Scrambler is a great bike to the extent the aftermarket lets you build a stupendous bike. Worth every dime.