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Thank you for the opportunity to join the ROC!

Yesterday I picked up my "new" 2007 Honda Ridgeline RTL. It is Nimbus Grey with a Leer Cap. I am looking forward to may enjoyable miles......

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Welcome o the club!
 

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Congrats on your RL and welcome to the ROC!
 

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Congrats on your new ride.
 

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Rugger, hunter, and commuter.

Purchased a 2009 Ridgie RTL this past Thursday. I was impressed with JD Power and Associate awards and Consumer Report accolades, not to mention top gas mileage among other competitors in its class (6 cyl, 4wd) and just simply a really cool design and finish.

I will primarily use this truck for commuting, but I feel it is very capable of handling nearly all weather, some light cargo hauling, rugby game tailgating and for deer hunting here in NE Indiana.

Since I purchased it used, it is not perfect and is missing some small things, most importantly floor mats, but I am sure I can find a suitable replacement until I can afford Weathertechs or Husky (can't afford either right now because...well, I just purchased this truck :).

Sorry, went under someone else's thread. Can't figure out how to delete.
 

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Re: Rugger, hunter, and commuter.

Purchased a 2009 Ridgie RTL this past Thursday. I was impressed with JD Power and Associate awards and Consumer Report accolades, not to mention top gas mileage among other competitors in its class (6 cyl, 4wd) and just simply a really cool design and finish.

I will primarily use this truck for commuting, but I feel it is very capable of handling nearly all weather, some light cargo hauling, rugby game tailgating and for deer hunting here in NE Indiana.

Since I purchased it used, it is not perfect and is missing some small things, most importantly floor mats, but I am sure I can find a suitable replacement until I can afford Weathertechs or Husky (can't afford either right now because...well, I just purchased this truck :).

Sorry, went under someone else's thread. Can't figure out how to delete.
Welcome to the ROC looks like for your needs you got the correct vehicle.
 

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Re: Rugger, hunter, and commuter.

Sorry, went under someone else's thread. Can't figure out how to delete.
It's OK, he's new. :act024:

Welcome to both of you.
 
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