My bet is it will be what you make it. If you go off over every tiny thing/inconvenience you can think of/run across, my bet is nothing has changed - it won't be "tough enough".
If you cut the bike, and the dealer, some slack with a realistic attitude, it would be no surprise here if the bike stands up to it's reputation.
That's fair. But what is "acceptable"?
I am coming from two bikes where the motor needed replacement or the motor/battery needed replacement within 70 miles on each bike. And on the one where the motor died (and that is definitely a problem with motor control code errors and everything), we were trying to figure out a belt skipping like issue (not super convinced it was that).
In your honest opinion, where is the line between "worth working through" and "just try something else"? Are motor failures in the early days of a bike "acceptable"? Should I just keep the currents and deal with it?
Obviously, having an LBS that is on the front line for the brand will help.