2007 Honda Ridgeline
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- handles like a car,trunk,plenty of room,great in snow and ice
- no heated mirrors,alot of road noise,no fog lights,uses to much gas
Great looks and nice ride, plenty of storage, sucks alot of gas, needs heated mirrors, its a pain to scrap the ice and snow the mirrors without breaking them, most cars come with them standard, truck has way to much road noise on highway, have to turn the raido way up to hear it.
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- Extremely comfortable on trips. Interior is spacious. Excellent quality evident.
- Appearance is average but no shortcomings on performance.
I have thoroughly enjoyed driving my Ridgeline. It's nice to drive a truck that is not driven by the masses.
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- Versatility, Versatility, Versatility and Versatility
- Exterior is not beautiful, could use a backup sensor as tough to back up.
I now have 48,000 miles on my Ridgeline. Not one trip to the dealer. I still have the four tires on that came with the truck and I have never even rotated them once! This speaks to Honda engineering of the suspension system.....as well as the Standard Michelin light truck tires! This truck pulls my 21' fiberglass boat no problem but mileage drops to about 13MPG when trailering my 4,000lb boat. I carried 100 2x6x8' in the bed within 2 days of owning it. I have built a new house on a dirt road in Northern New England using this truck and a utility trailer. This truck goes in almost any weather with ease. Snow...Mud...Ice...I don't even think about it. The all wheel drive system is awesome. I have been a full size truck owner for 20+ years. I thought the Honda would handle better and get better mileage....both are very true (19-20MPG). It also allows 2-3 people to sit with plenty of room in the back seat. When there are no people there, I fold up both seats and put 2 big dogs back there. The trunk won't carry golf clubs but the back seat area will handle your clubs. The trunk is excellent for dirty items or safe hidden storage. It swallowed by 2HP Hitachi compressor with ease! If I were Honda I would add 3 things.....A clean diesel engine for more torque and better fuel mileage, a backup camera for ease of parking and a rack system that will allow the truck to carry longer items like a ladder or longer dimensional lumber. Other than these....I wouldn't change a thing....read morehide
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- best value for the money, if you love honda and you need a truck het ridgeline
- are there any??
Honda does a bang up job agagin. Home Run!! why would you buy any other truck. Best value for the money and it has a trunk...no other truck offers a trunk!!! very well thought out!!!! love my ridgeline truck...
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- On my first trip, 750 kilometers at 100-105 Kil. per hour I managed 30 mpg(Imperial) Great gas mi.
- Best vehicle I have driven to date in the truck category.
Great vehicle so far, good mileage, superior handling, fit and finish and ride. Going to pull a trailer (975lbs) in the next few weeks after its broken in. Will see how it does at 90-100 K on the highway. So far the power is great.
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- great truck !!! I get great gas mileage too. Love the look, and the ride. Would buy another one if I
- bed cuffs easily, and sun glass holder get real hot.
I would buy another ridgeline if I was in the market for another suv/truck.
I love it !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Rides great, not very much road noise and great radio. Lots of room for what ever I want to do with it.
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- Safe, you drive IT not IT you, especially on black ice, snow, etc.
- back seats not as plushy, but great for a truck.
I have driven a mini-van, a toyota camry, then the Honda Pilot, and now the Ridgeline. The Pilot lived up to its safety ratings during a black ice-accident 2 yrs ago. I came out with just a black eye. My teenager now drives it and we upgraded to the Ridgeline. we own 2 Ridgelines now and love all 3 of our honda vehicles. You pay for peace of mind and safety. My friend with a newborn went and bought a Pilot , and also another family member in a Ridgeline. I swear we could be spokepeople for them We truly believe in them...read morehide
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- IS IT A HONDA?
- LOOKS UGLY LIKE AN AZTEC!
ALL THIS IS AS A SUV WITH NO BACK COVER. CARLIKE RIDE IS BECAUSE IT HAS A CAR SUSPENSION, WHICH IS FASTER, NOT HEAVY DUTY SUSPENSION FOR TOUGH CARGO. I GOT RID OF THIS SUV AS FAST AS I COULD, CAUSE COULD NOT USE IT. BOUGHT MYSELF ANOTHER PICKUP, NOT BRAND NAME, WHICH IS FASTER, HAULS MORE CARGO AND BETTER OFFROAD TRUCK! DID NOT MENTION NAME OF TRUCK BECAUSE THE HONDA PEOPLE WILL ASK TO REMOVE MY REVIEW....read morehide
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