I get the utility of a truck and the ride of a luxury car. The Ridgeline has a lot of bells and whistles that other trucks don't have. The under bed storage area is the big one, the tail gate opening side ways and straight down is another. This truck is comfortable, has plenty of power and is a joy to drive. I would recommend it to anyone.
I purchased my 2007 Honda Ridgeline because I wanted a family-friendly truck - a vehicle with a bed for hauling the typical homeowner stuff (yard work materials, furniture, junk/trash, lawn tractor, camping gear, etc) and that had some off-road capabilities (beach sand) but was comfortable and, most importantly, safe for kids. The Ridgeline met those and exceeded those requirements. I must admit, it took a few months to get use to the unibody appearance, but now I'm totally hooked on it. I definitely plan to buy another Ridge when this one has severed its time, which I'm pretty sure will be a good number of years from now.
It has all the amities I want in a truck. Actually built on a Car chassis, it feels like a car. I use it for going hunting, camping and long trips.
The Navigation and back up camera are very helpful getting into and out unchartered territories. Plenty of room for my hunting buddies to go along for the ride. Pulls a trailer for extra camping accessories for everyone. This is my third Ridgeline and will probably get another in the future.
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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