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Much like the other 'off-roader' in Honda's line-up, the Pilot, their entry in the pick-up segment is almost practical to a fault. Like Chevrolet's massive Avalanche, the Ridgeline is available only with four doors, and only with 5-foot long bed. That bed does some have some useful tricks though. The tailgate opens like a traditional pick-up, or swings out to the side for easy access to an 8.5 cubic-foot trunk in the bed. Four lights placed around the rear make nighttime loading easy for the 1,100 lb payload, including dirt bikes or ATVs that can latch snuggly into the 79-inch (with the tailgate down) bed. The utilitarianism sneaks way into the cabin with a 60/40-split rear bench that lifts out of the way for smaller cargo like mountain bikes or golf bags. Little details like heated wiper zones that enhance wiper performance in cold weather indicate the Ridgeline is ready to keep occupants happy in any condition. Bigger details like a standard trailer hitch and pre-wiring for seven-pin trailer wiring connectors mean Ridgeline is ready to keep occupants entertained in any adventure.