Yeah, it took us a couple of months to sell our Trooper and we got twice what the dealer offered us. During that time we drove it a few times. It felt really odd and we'd owned it for a decade. It was so rough and bouncy. My niece bought the Trooper and she loves it, but that's only because she can't afford a Ridgeline. That's what she really wants.
We were at Costco yesterday looking at a video camera for a project my wife has going on and I saw a Ford Explorer SporTrac. I said, you know when I was shopping for a truck we didn't look at the Explorer or any of the Dodges, I really should have looked at them. My wife turned to me and said: Are you regretting your purchase or having second thoughts. Now I spent that morning washing the truck but not her car in weather that was anything but warm, I spent over an hour trying to convince bug guts to get off the front, so she knows better. I said: NO WAY, I love my truck. She goes: I know so what is the issue. I just walked away at that point. I knew I had lost that conversation. I don't regret spending the money or owning this great truck not even for a minute, and my wife really likes it too, but usually she is much for thorough when it comes to making a buying decision than we were when we bought this, so I thought she would appreciate my comment, guess not, she too is blinded by the wonders that are our Ridgeline .