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Hi all,

I am looking to buy a used Honda Ridgeline in a couple of months.I am not sure what model or year to purchase. Here are the options I would like the car with:
-Navigation
-No Leather
-Back up camera
-Less than 30K miles

Any idea of what model or year I should be looking into?
 

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Navi only in RTL models with leather. Fabric in RT, Sport, RTS.
 

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That's easy. A 2010 RTS with an aftermarket stereo.
 

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Agree with others about your leather issue, but 2013 and 14 Sports have the backup camera in the rear view mirror. I'm sure it would be fairly easy to find a used 2013 Sport with low miles.
 

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Agree with others about your leather issue, but 2013 and 14 Sports have the backup camera in the rear view mirror. I'm sure it would be fairly easy to find a used 2013 Sport with low miles.
My 13 RTL has the backup camera in the rear view mirror. All I can say is, "it is better than no back up camera". After getting the '14 CT a year ago; now that is a backup camera plus a blind spot/right side camera. Awesome OEM addition to the Crosstour. The RL should have the same.
 

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Many ROCr's report serious issue with cloth seats being easily stained by anything, even rain water.
Before I sold my RTS I removed my seat covers. The cloth seats were like new without any staining. I highly recommend seat covers, even those that come with built in seat heaters for colder climates. Same can be said for the Weather Tech floor liners, best money I spent. Those two items made me more money back when selling than they cost. The interior was like new. I now have leather and don't want to cover it up but may as least do the back seat for my son.
 

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Before I sold my RTS I removed my seat covers. The cloth seats were like new without any staining. I highly recommend seat covers, even those that come with built in seat heaters for colder climates. Same can be said for the Weather Tech floor liners, best money I spent. Those two items made me more money back when selling than they cost. The interior was like new. I now have leather and don't want to cover it up but may as least do the back seat for my son.
Agree. Weather Tech will be hands down the greatest $200 you can spend on your RL.
 
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