I bought this as a replacement for a 2007 Ridgeline Deluxe. I like this model better, because it has the same qualities as a more expensive model and I don't need all the "whistles & bells". Comfortable ride, lots of space and excellent gas mileage, even better than the previous one. I bought it before Thanksgiving and already have 7000mls on it.
Super functional: split folding back seats, dual action tailgate, in-bed trunk-- all great features that make this truck work well for a family with kids, dog, stuff to haul etc. But even though its a "work horse", it's still finished out nicely, very comfortable, great for taking friends out for dinner. Handles well for a pick-up, Honda reliable performance.
I love everything about the Ridgeline. Before purchasing the Ridgeline, I owned a Toyota Tundra but found it was just too big and mine had problems with rust in the truck bed. Unless you need 10,000 pounds of towing incapacity the Ridgeline is a great medium-size truck. It drives more like a car and is easier to park and see what is just in front of you. I love the in-bed trunk and the composite bed that will not rust. The seats that pop up rather than folding down make it easier to transport items in the cab. It also gets much better gas mileage than the tundra. I looked at the 2016 Ridgelines before buying the 2014 and must say that I am very happy with the older model.
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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