Completely opposite of my experience and I would never describe the very infrequent vibrations as anything other than minor. I don’t know who set your bike up but I’d take it back for an adjustment.More data- downhill in top gear & touring mode going full tit around 45-50kpm. Vibrations through pedalS bigtime.
Then on the flat in Sport going full tilt pedalling at around 45kpm bad vibration, then head wind hit and slowEd me to 35. This increase of torque immediately stopped vibration. Spent rest of commute tested gears, modes & turning motor off while riding.
Summary, the increase of resistance seems to decrease or remove the vibration, but on a bike that is designed to go fast and you have good air & road conditions you will get major vibrations at speed.
So if you ride like an old nana then no problem, buy one. Unfortunately after 46 motorcycling I feel the need for speed