Not just being practical...being right.
November 25, 2018
Actually, I’ve thought a lot of this model Ridgeline since they came out, but it didn’t fit our family’s needs. So after my family drove a CRV, Fit, Pilot, and Elements, it is Ridgeline time. Though it had 99k miles, this one is clean and tight. It only needed the scheduled maintenance and a rear strut to be mechanically as good as new.
I’ve owned two F150 4X4s and a Tundra because I needed a full-size pickup for farming and a horse. Now, the Ridgeline is all the truck that I will need 99% of the time. (As do most other pickup buyers.)
I considered the new generation Ridgeline, but this generation’s interior is larger and more truck-like. Seating position, storage and console are fantastic. Plus, with the depreciation and door-dings already done, I can take this Ridgeline on my outdoor adventures without fear for the next 100k miles...or more.