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.
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.
My 2008 Lexus RX350 AWD with Nav depreciated more in price than my 2008 Honda Ridgeline RTL did in 4 years. The Ridgeline is pretty overpriced from the get-go, but it sure does retains it's value compared to virtually every truck on the market. I loved the Ridgeline, then I bought it. The gas consumption is very awful for a non full size truck. The leather is very hard and cracks very easily. I am very gentle on my vehicles and only weigh 140 lbs and lived in Northern California and my leather seat was already showing signs of severe wear at 50k miles. The blind spots are pretty bad. The plastic feels very cheap, but it is at least super easy to clean. The ride is okay, but the wind noise is pretty audible. The navigation is a joke and not worth the extra money. Honda uses the lamest navigation systems I have ever seen in a vehicle. The only reasons I have kept the Ridgeline is because it is the safest truck out there (after you install back up camera & sensors), it handles very well on snow (drove from Sacramento to Anchorage in January), the steering is very responsive, and the lockable trunk + foldable rear seats actually add a substantial amount of cargo space. The cheap interior, the obvious cost cutting throughout, and awful gas mileage will, however, always make you second guess your decision.