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Used 2008 Honda Ridgeline for Sale

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Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5(23 reviews)

1st Honda truck

This is my third truck, but my first Honda truck and my first 4-wheel drive vehicle. The Ridgeline is by far the most comfortable truck I've ever ridden in. It is very smooth and quiet on the highway, and on the not-so-smooth roads, it absorbs bumps quite well. Having essentially 2 back-to-back snowstorms in our area this year, my first experience with 4-wheel drive was a very pleasant one! The Ridgeline handles snow (deep snow) very well. My only complaint is that the truck gets less MPG than the manufacturer estimate. I was expecting 20 mpg on highway...actual mpg for a 4 hour highway trip: 17.5 mpg. Perhaps not that bad... Another issue, which may be a sign that maintenance is required, is that the transmission appears to surge when driving 45mph. The transmission appears to not fully engage over-drive and waffles between overdrive and the lower gear while on straight and level, smooth pavement at 45mph. Slowing down to 40 or speeding up to 50 the surging goes away. I wish the truck had a tighter turning radius. Still getting used to parking. Overall satisfaction: 4.5

- ArtRCE, 2008 Honda Ridgeline

A great truck for those doing life's little things

First of all, I have written several reviews on the Ridgeline over the years. Let me start out by saying "Sour Grapes" to the other "Mike" who reviewed on this page. Honda Ridgline has established its nitch with a certain group of people and it's evident that if Mike has a Ridge, he should have never bought it to begin with and if he does not, then he making an analysis without having driven a Ridge for a set period of time. Or, maybe he just did not research the information first, which if so, is downright dumb. If the Ridgeline is not meant for you others, then you should not buy it. The Ridgline is for a select group of people who might be retired and who want to get around in their free time; who might camp out with the kids and grandkids; who might be concerned for the safety of their kids while driving and want to be protected in a crash; for those who do the little chores of life and need to haul small things around for relatively short distances. It is for small families of four that want a family vehicle. It is a truck in that sense, yet it is also an SUV. Yet, you can still haul/tow a drop-down RV and you and the Missus can stay in that and the kids can camp out beside you in a tent. I bought a used 2007 in 2008 with 24 Ks on it. I have been satisfied. If and when they get a deisel engine and the second generation Ridge ever comes out, then I will take a hard look at it. My only complaint is about the gas MPG that the vehicle gets. This is a great vehicle for a certain group of Americans who do life's little chores and they need something to get them around. My wife loves the Ridge and gets around just fine with it, Thank You!

- Mike (from Albuquerque), 2008 Honda Ridgeline

2008 ridgeline

I love the truck. It's comfortable and the gas mileage is ok. The best part of the truck is that there is a hidden compartment for luggage. It's huge. Combine this with the tailgate that not only comes down like a conventional truck but it also swings out making it east to access the luggage compartment. The luggage space can also act as a giant icebox. At the end of the day you can just pull the plug at the bottom and all the water drains out and your icebox turns back into a luggage compartment. The cab is very comfortable. The air conditioner is very cold and the cab cools down very quickly even if it sits out in the hot sun on a very hot day.

- , 2008 Honda Ridgeline

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.