I would take a real and light green exterior (not the grey/green Forest Mist, and definitely not a dark green), except I’d keep the beige cloth interior I have in my ‘17.Who else, besides me, would like to see Honda offer a green Ridgeline…especially with brown leather interior?
I agree entirely. I thought by now the buying public would have broken out of this overly-long non-color fashion trend where nearly every vehicle offered is a shade of grey. Even “colors“, if offered, are sometimes so muted, greyed out, or dark that you can hardly tell what color it is.Well, Honda currently has, for the Ridgeline: two colors (red and blue), white, black and four shades of gray. It would be very nice to have more color, and green is a color. When was the last time Honda had a green vehicle? Forest Mist doesn't count, it didn't even have enough green to put it in the name!
My wife's 15yo "bold beige" gold Accord still looks very fresh and modern.
Jalopnik had an article a while back about how colorful cars were actually easier to sell than the mundane cars. However, people still buy the mundane cars because they still think resale will be better (like beige carpets and off-white walls in houses). They keep buying boring colors, so dealers keep ordering boring colors, so mfrs keep offering boring colors. It's a heckuva Catch-22 to get out of...
Green is not my choice but OK if you want one. But - Honda (are you listening?) - please get rid of those cheap dull grey wheels. They are so darn ugly.Who else, besides me, would like to see Honda offer a green Ridgeline…especially with brown leather interior?
Their is an older olive green one here in Lake Havasu City. It's really nice!Who else, besides me, would like to see Honda offer a green Ridgeline…especially with brown leather interior?