Thursday, September 3, 2009
A Honda Ridgeline is to a garage what a swiss army knife is to your pocket. Think about that for a moment.
Swiss army knives are full of handy doo-dads and features to help you accomplish everyday tasks with ease. The Ridgeline does the same, only on a much larger scale. It's a toolbox on wheels, a rugged all-wheel drive workhorse, and an industrially styled people mover.
Although obscure and oddly shaped, the Honda Ridgeline is a truck above the rest. It's not a full-size truck, but it has an in-bed payload of similar capacity. Ridgeline has a first-ever dual action tailgate, opening like a conventional tailgate, and also being able to swing it out like a door. Underneath the bed of the truck is a seperate compartment big enough for multiple sets of golf clubs, which is lockable and waterproof, for the few rainy days here in Arizona. I guess it's probably dust/dirt proof, too.
Don't discount these trucks just because of their looks. They're roomy, functional, and reliable. Honda makes more engines than any company in the world. That would be a different story if their products weren't such high quality.
We had two Ridgelines, but one already sold. We're always trying to get more of them, but they go fast. Come check it out today, or tomorrow...but don't come in on Sunday. We also have Tundras and Tacomas on our lot, but hurry, they go fast too.