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Honda Ridgeline
Honda Ridgeline
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Car Type: Compact pickup trucks
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Honda Ridgeline Overview

Honda's pickup truck has agile handling, a supple and steady ride, and a clever all-weather, lockable trunk beneath the bed. The 3.5-liter V6 is quiet, smooth, and responsive. Handling is agile and the ride is comfortable, but road noise is pronounced. The roomy crew cab is nicely detailed, with good fit and finish, and easy access to the front and rear seats. The 5-foot-long composite cargo bed has no wheel-arch intrusion, and the tailgate opens vertically or horizontally. The Ridgeline is capable in mild off-road conditions and can tow 5,000 pounds. Rear-view camera is now standard.

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