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Old 10-26-2016, 06:36 AM   #101
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Beltway 8 Tanner Td area. Notice it in the parking lot doing my power walks in the afternoon.
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Old 10-26-2016, 07:14 AM   #102
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Old 10-31-2016, 06:35 PM   #103
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Looks like a great compromise for family and hauling. The bed has a built in cooler with drain plug plus 120v power for tailgating.
With the tailgate down, a Sportbike can easily fit. With a low bed height load/unloading shoukd be easier.
0-60mph times of 6.6 seconds very surprising.
For a Honda, the only disappointment I see are 19mpg city is pathetic.
I'm on the fence, my Ford currently has two broken window regulators, tire monitoring system giving errors, and a bunch of other annoyances. Decisions decisions.
i love honda quality, what year ford do you have? i got one of the new ones and I'm very happy with the quality thus far, plus that have stoppable bed ramps to load your toys!
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i love honda quality, what year ford do you have? i got one of the new ones and I'm very happy with the quality thus far, plus that have stoppable bed ramps to load your toys!
Actually 2008 Expedition. I'm about ready to dive into with window regulator BS. It's a load of work, but much cheaper than taking it to the stealership to repair.
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Actually 2008 Expedition. I'm about ready to dive into with window regulator BS. It's a load of work, but much cheaper than taking it to the stealership to repair.
That's the worlds easiest regulator. It's like the whole panel assembly inside the door. I use a go pro suction mount to hold the glass up.
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That's the worlds easiest regulator. It's like the whole panel assembly inside the door. I use a go pro suction mount to hold the glass up.
Kids and I just swapped it out last night. The Utube video was absolutely spot on. We used packing tape in a few spots to keep the window up. 2.5 hour job, I'm sure the passenger side will go quicker.
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Kids and I just swapped it out last night. The Utube video was absolutely spot on. We used packing tape in a few spots to keep the window up. 2.5 hour job, I'm sure the passenger side will go quicker.
You got them kids learning some good skills.
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Geezus, so much for the Ridgeline. Honda is REALLY proud of that vehicle. Zero deals and incentives offered.
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I think the new Ridgeline is badass, But If I did get one It sure will be in a year or two used. No way I'm paying 40k for that truck. People will hate on them like always which will bring the value down and maybe I'll grab one for 20k with all the bells and whistles.
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I think the new Ridgeline is badass, But If I did get one It sure will be in a year or two used. No way I'm paying 40k for that truck. People will hate on them like always which will bring the value down and maybe I'll grab one for 20k with all the bells and whistles.
Yes, I would of needed the AWD version in order to accommodate boat towing. The one I was trying to work the deal on was the first level with leather. Everything felt right, was really comfortable but waaaaay to much. After getting a insurance quote the numbers just didn't make sence.

All they did was make me go across the street for a better deal. Drove a used Tundra, but it had warped disc brakes, steering wheel had a slight shimmy and it shifted hard.
The Tacomos are ugly and only look good in the 4x4 version.

This little Frontier was had for below 20k. Doesn't have all the creature comforts as the Ridgeline but fit in the budget. Plus I was surprised how reasonable insurance was even with teenagers.
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