That is a great first reply and you have set a high bar. Any tips beyond regular scheduled maintenance that got you to such high mileage? I have had several Honda’s over the years but have never made it to my goal of 300,000. 265,000 was my closest with a 2006 Odyssey.Loved my 2007 RTL....bought it new and ran it hard . Used it for my construction business and personal. Towed a lot with it. Passed it along in with 315,000 miles. Loving my 2017 RTL-T.... But 1st gen is still my favorite.
Just very lucky and a super well made vehicle. I didn't treat it nearly as nicely as I should have. I've owned many trucks and it was the star!That is a great first reply and you have set a high bar. Any tips beyond regular scheduled maintenance that got you to such high mileage? I have had several Honda’s over the years but have never made it to my goal of 300,000. 265,000 was my closest with a 2006 Odyssey.
Thanks for posting this link. I was sure there must have been a thread like this but it did not show up with multiple search attempts. Thanks again.If you have rolled 300,000 miles on your RL, please stand up and be recognized here. If you accumulated 300K on two or more RLs, also post up and receive asterisk status. Thus far, the roll call includes: @AG87BlkLX @chisoxjim @jberlin @MBB @oarnold @RidgeHawk @Sauterone @Fred G @Gen2ux...www.ridgelineownersclub.com
06 with 274K+Not a lot of entries on this list. I would be interested to know who has the most miles on a non-rebuilt original engine. My 2007 Ridgeline is only at 193,000. I am sure there are many that have a lot more than that since my 2006 Odyssey died at 265,000 recently.
Recommended to do timing belt (water pump and etc while that end of the engine is open) and spark plugs at 100,000 miles. Brake fluid should be replaced every 3 years since it absorbs moisture. Next major items aren't until 150k; transmission and rear differential fluid. G1 ridgelines are great trucks, just stay on top of the regularly scheduled maintenance according to the maintenance minder.These posts are encouraging. What should I be watching out for? I just bought a very high miles 2017 even though I am an automotive idiot. My husband had been looking at the Ridgeline for years, but has a form of dementia and could not assist me in the decision. There were not many used 2017s available in our area, but I found one that was relatively affordable. At 90,000, what items should I be having checked?