I wish it got better gas mileage, but that's about the only negative I have for this truck. I've owned several Hondas before, and this Ridgeline lives up to the name, in quality, innovation, and performance. I don't use this rig commercially, but it is my primary driver. I just returned from a sale with 12 pieces of wicker furniture, thanks to the fold up rear seat, fold down tailgate, and retaining frame that came with the truck's purchase. The conveniences are too many to list, but they're all well thought out. I've had to do some mental adjusting to get used to the design and color (mine's the olive/forest green color), but in the end I've really come to like its looks. I have a roof rack and running boards which really do enhance the appearance. On the road the truck's a dream. It drives as smoothly as my brother's MB SUV, and holds the curves very nicely. It is so smooth I almost feel as though I'm losing touch with the road. I sold my '96 Toyota Tacoma for this truck. With the Tacoma you felt every bit of the road. Five stars for the Ridgeline!!
The Honda Ridgeline meets my personal needs in a sport truck
I love this truck. It has a very comfortable ride, smooth, quick acceleration, effortless braking. The in-bed trunk was alot bigger than I thought it could be, and it's so easy to access because the tail-gate can swing open as well as fold down. I was expecting 18MPG, but am averaging 19.7MPG. The radio sounds pretty good, but not up to my audiofile type standards, and the 6 disk changer won't play MP3s, so I'll probably replace it.
There are times when everyone needs a pickup truck, whether it’s hauling furniture home from the garden center or moving lumber around a construction site. Pickups are both practical and fun, and it can be tempting to buy one that’s bigger than you need. But if you’re searching for compact and mid-sized used trucks for sale, you may well find yourself comparing the Toyota Tacoma and the Honda Ridgeline.
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