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2010 Ridgeline Article - PickupTrucks.com

Here's a PickupTrucks.com article about the 2010 Ridgeline. Come on members and jump in on the comments.
http://news.pickuptrucks.com/2009/08...ridgeline.html

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no thanks, let the GM/Ford/ Dodge retards think what they want.

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yup, like I heard on the news...

having a conversation with them would be like having a conversation
with a dining room table. I'm not interested.


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Is there any weight to the comments about stopping production after 2010? I realize that the auto market changes every quarter and nothing is for sure but aren't there a few guys on here that are in the know with honda? Please say it ain't so!!

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Lots of haters out there. Posted a review myself since so many there were negative and posted by people who never drove a Ridge. Must be a macho threatening vehicle...............
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I wonder what they all will say in a decade when our Ridgeline's are running perfect and their Ford / GMC/ Chevy product are falling apart.

I was compelled to comment on the page also.
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Wow, I just read that crud. I can't believe that people are so insistant that thier brainwashing of the big 3 is better than anything. I was a die hard Chevy fan until I started noticing the cost cutting ways in which they build everything (i.e. hollow cams? what is that?).
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I just read that thread - you're not going to change anyone's mind over there. I just keep becoming more and more amazed at how great a vehicle my RTL is. I had some second thoughts initially - I was freaked about the MPG - but the build quality and ride is amazing and this board - the forum - everyone here - amazes me with the wealth of information and helpfulness. Let the ford and dodge and gm boys pee on each others trucks all they want - I am so glad to be here, and in, my RTL.
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I just read that thread - you're not going to change anyone's mind over there.
You sure won't but you might be able to piss them off a little. I put my 2 cents in just for fun.


Edit - I checked back an hour later to see if anyone had responded to my post. They DELETED IT!

I guess they can't handle the truth.

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Funny how times change. Actually Ford started the "works like a truck, drives like a car" theme in 1965.

When I was a youngster in the fall of 1964, I remember our neighbor bought a new 1965 turquoise and white F-100 truck with a new suspension that provided a car-like ride, yet still worked like a truck. The truck had power steering, power brakes, radio, and under the dash air-conditioning. The seats had some kind of turquoise cloth and black vinyl covers.

When they drove it home the first day, I went over to see it and his teen age daughter was sitting in the cab listening to KAAY 1090 AM on the radio. When The Supremes song "Baby, baby, where did our love go?" came on, we turned up the volume. Then her dad came up and told us to turn off the radio and get out. I think that must have been the first truck I had seen with a radio.

Later I remember some other neighbors teasing him about the "sissy truck" with that "no good" Twin I Beam suspension.

Does anybody here remember the following (and similar) advertisement when Twin I Beam was new?

If a Ford owner ever disses a Ridgeline owner, you can remind them of 1965 "rides like a car' campaign, and the unibody Econoline pick-up.


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