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Stock Number: 16782690
Location: CarMax Santa Rosa in Santa Rosa, California 95407
Description Used 2008 Honda Ridgeline RTL for sale - $15,998, 101,514 miles with , 4WD/AWD, Bed Cover, 4WD/AWD
Transmission: Automatic Color: Red Avg. Vehicle Review: 4.565 (25 reviews) "Owned it two years plus a few months and like it more each day. Wife and I both enjoy driving it and the grandchildren love it. I tow a 3K pound boat with it frequently and it does fine. It is not suitable for a very heavy trailer, rated at 5k pound limit. Most surefooted vehicle I have ever driven in snow. It is not a replacement for those needing the capacity of a heavy duty pickup."
*Price excludes tax, title & tags. Dealer fees up to $299 may apply.
Owned it two years plus a few months and like it more each day. Wife and I both enjoy driving it and the grandchildren love it. I tow a 3K pound boat with it frequently and it does fine. It is not suitable for a very heavy trailer, rated at 5k pound limit. Most surefooted vehicle I have ever driven in snow. It is not a replacement for those needing the capacity of a heavy duty pickup.
Pros: I bought this vehicle back in May 2013, and it has been outstanding, It ride very nice, it does not have that truck ride, very roomy and comfortable for five passengers, loaded with options. love the extra features, ie, fold up back seats makes for a lot on room to carry cargo, trunk compartment. double swing tail gate. It's just a great all-round vehicle.
If you want a work truck with high towing capacity, look elsewhere. If you want a vehicle that gets high gas mileage or is very quick off the line, also look elsewhere. However, if you want a vehicle that is very comfortable, handles well, is easy to drive, and has most of the utility of a double cab "real" pickup, this is an overall great choice. In recent years my wife and I have owned, aside from various sedans, a Toyota 4Runner, a V6 RAV4, a Nissan Murano. Of all of these, the fell of the Ridgeline is closest to the Murano; however, subjectively, the Ridgeline feels more solid than the Murano. My wife, who has a bad back thinks it's more comfortable than the Murano and a lot more comfortable than the 4Runner or RAV4. others. (There is a bit of an apples to oranges aspect to these comparisons.) I track gas mileage pretty carefully. I averaged about 17 mpg in the 4Runner and about 20 mpg in both the Murano and RAV4 (the RAV4's mpg was a big disappointment.) In the Ridgeline, so far, doing exactly the same driving as in the other vehicles, I'm averaging a bit under 19 mpg. Would I like a bit more power, yes. Would I like a bit better gas mileage, yes. But I knew what I was buying with regard to power and mpg. Overall, I am much happier than I expected to be with the Ridgeline. To me, it's surprising it isn't more popular.