Don’t say you saw this coming: The Honda Ridgeline is making a name for itself as a competitive midsize pickup.
In fact, it’s creating a new niche of buyers who want the handling, ride, and everyday drivability of a sedan with the ability to haul loads of stuff every now and then.
The Chevy Colorado and Toyota Tacoma offer that combination platter of capability, but the Ridgeline turns the dial up to 11, and buyers are taking notice.
The thing is, Honda is scooping up buyers before Ford has the chance with its all-new Ranger. Continue reading >>>