That's what you get for not buying an unnecessarily large truck with 3' clearance, 35" tires, big ass chrome grill, bumpy ride, 10mpg, and haul 200+ pounds a few times a year. Serves you right.
Keep posting Shawn I appreciate them.I guess i shouldnt be so surprised, but some of the comments I'm getting on my Ridgeline videos on youtube are brutal. Tons of hate towards the RL. Ive had to delete some of the comments that were directly insulting to me for purchasing one.
Read the comments in the links below.
Over the top negative comments are unfortunately the norm on YouTube, for any video topic. Any hobby, profession, sport - anything that generates passion leads to haters and trolls. Your videos are good, don't take the bait. All trucks have their strengths and weaknesses, only a lonely or angry person would take the time to post hate in the comments section of someone trying to provide information.I guess i shouldnt be so surprised, but some of the comments I'm getting on my Ridgeline videos on youtube are brutal. Tons of hate towards the RL. Ive had to delete some of the comments that were directly insulting to me for purchasing one.]
No kidding. Many of those folks are really insecure & childish.I traded a 2015 GMC Canyon for my Ridgeline because the Canyon lacked several features my wife and I wanted in our truck. The newest Denali version was a disappointment because it did not add any of the features we wanted...mostly cosmetic.
I am a member of the Colorado/Canyon Forum and a very long thread developed which was started by an individual who traded for a Ridgeline for the same reasons we did. The comments from Colorado/Canyon owners were very harsh as one might expect in defense of their "trucks".
Just ignore the bad comments. I saw several good comments along with your video's. Those were the ones that are meaningful because they respect the Ridgeline for what it is. Even those who post negative comments would probably be served very well by the Ridgeline for 99% of their driving needs.
I love mine and do not have second thoughts at all.
that might be the key to life, someone will tell you, you suck and you are doing it wrong. brilliant!It's the joy of owning a truck. Somebody will tell you it sucks.