If you actually plan on wrenching, doing your own maintenance, you'll need a good set of tools. Don't go the cheap route cuz it will just end up costing you more in the long run. You can't go wrong with Snap-on but they aren't cheap. Craftsman is good too.
You'll need Torx bits, hex bits, allens, sockets deep and shallow/standard and metric, wrenches standard and metric, screw drivers flat and philips head, wratchets 1/4 & 3/8, torque wrenches ft/lb & in/lb, impact driver, hammer, rubber coated mallet, oil filter wrench, needle nose pliers, snap ring/circlip pliers, wire cutters, wire stripper/crimper, soldering iron and solder, electrical tape, oil pans, shop towels, motorcycle lift, air compressor. I'm sure I left something off the list