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2006 Honda Ridgeline

2006 Honda Ridgeline Review

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SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA A pickup truck has been the missing link in Honda's U.S. lineup. It's easy to understand why this is the last major segment for the cautious automaker to dip a tire into. Having no V-8 engines, solid rear axles, or body-on-frame vehicles among any of its other offerings, Honda couldn't readily do a traditional-style pickup. So it had to do something different. Now it has. Honda claims it started with a clean sheet of paper, but it was one with the faint outline of the Pilot on it. Like the Pilot, the new Ridgeline pickup uses unibody construction, a transverse-mounted 3.5-liter V-6, and four-wheel-independent suspension-not typical pickup hardware. The Ridgeline also defies convention in that it offers only one cab configuration (four-door), one bed length (five feet), and one powertrain (a 24-valve SOHC V-6, five-speed automatic, and on-demand four-wheel drive).

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