It was not at Washington, DC Auto Show I went to it today. I knew it was not going to be there. Cadillac had a new 2017 crossover XT5 vehicle at the show. Show display woman said it would be out this summer it was on turntable going around. Did sit in Pilot with armrest.Thanks for the update. I'm going on Friday...
I can't believe that on a truck that will start selling this spring that they don't allow you to get inside... I think Honda is missing the boat here.
I will be checking out the Colorado and other mid-sized trucks.. but will not be able to compare them to the Honda.:frown:
So that's where they sent it. I went to the Houston Auto Show today and thought there was a remote chance it might be there. Nope. I had this conversation with one of the Honda personnel:Looks really sharp. Can't sit in it unfortunately. I'll post photos later.
You're right. That's why I thought it was just a remote possibility that it would be here. There was plenty for the good old boys to salivate over. All the 5/4 scale trucks were on display. Ford, Chevy, GMC, Toyota, Ram, and one 6/4 scale one, the new Titan. That thing is flipping HUGE.It's a "City" truck, Philly vs Houston, Philly makes sense, more older city vs new city in Tx truck country.
Agree. I think a lot of people see it as military and macho. My son has them on his Jeep. He said the other alternative was shiny chrome wheels that were too much bling for his taste.
Some call it the "Murdered Look", the kids these days like the blacked out everything if you search you'll find a few murdered Ridgelines on this forum, not for me. Especially there was one in Arizona, too damn hot.
That's like calling low hanging pants macho...I don't think the critics will chastise the Black Edition for not being macho enough.