They do, and Honda in general. While not as revolutionary or up to date as some, Honda still delivers an honest design to meet most peoples expectations and needs as well as above average reliability.Yea, I saw that too.
Maybe I'm reading too much into this, but CR still mentions the RL from time to time when evaluating new trucks. I think CR likes the RL as much as ROC members .
Before getting the Ridgeline in early 2007 never really thought about Ridgeline having a forum. I did my research with article in Motor Trend but purchased CR New Car Buying Guide. The info it provided was pretty good said it drove like tall Accord. Also talked about turning radius think it said it was like school bus.
Maybe a 'small' school bus. But the wide track also makes it very stable on the road. Check the narrow track when behind some smaller trucks, like the old Sport-Trac where early models had a tendency to roll. I'll take the wider track, thank you.
Depending on the era of the school bus most are fitted with the ISB6.7 Cummins motor. A real workhorse.i am sure he was referring to old buses. We live right by a major school district HQ and those buses handle just fine, and don't lose much speed either when cornering. Some of the best drivers on the road too. Better be!
Speaking of school buses turning corners I was reminded of the scene of a bevy of buses going by the bank in "Dark Knight".