This is my first post to the forum but I have been enjoying the opportunity to search out topics that relate to some of the issues I have encountered, thanks for being there for me. This my first Ridgeline and pickup and my 3rd Honda. I also considered the GMC/Colorado twins but I'm glad I went with the Honda. The in-bed trunk has been a big asset and have already used it on a couple of trips for luggage which would have taken up space in the cab of other pickups . My reason for selecting the Ridgeline are many with one being I wanted a quality vehicle in terms of fit, finish and freedom from initial minor problems. Well...I am a bit disillusioned at the some of the fit on body panels. I was told by the zone rep that these vehicles are made by machines and it should be expected! After I lifted my lower jaw back I told him I would believe the opposite would be true. The left side of my truck is perfect, everything lines up and gaps are even. The right side fender to hood is much closer and tighter at the front, the right side of the hood at the A pillar is about a 1/8th" above the fender. The right rear door trailing edge is in an 1/8th " from the body panel, working our way back the leading edge of the right 1/4 panel has a bulge and sticks out from the body. Finally the tailgate is lower on the right side so the accent line does not match up with the line above the tail light. Mechanically there are less issues, the truck is solid, quiet and enjoyable to drive. Aside from having the tires balanced 2x, a slight off center feel and pull to the left, a low pitched rumble at 65 and over and a bit of a tappet noise until the engine warms all seem OK. Anyone else out there with similar issues and/or am I being too picky even though all is well on the left side? I've looked at every truck in the dealer lot a couple have the tailgate issue and most seem to have a different gap on the right side hood. I did find a fix on YouTube for the 1/4 panelthe zone rep wouldn't authorize a repair on this or the other issues. Thanks for any responses in advance. By the way I was service advisor, service manage and district service rep in a former life so I have been on the other side of the counter!