Two of the more compelling midsize pickups on the market today are the 2020 Toyota Tacoma and the 2020 Honda Ridgeline. While both offer utility and reliability, they couldn’t be more different in the way they’re put together. With its traditional truck design, the Tacoma uses a body-on-frame construction with a solid rear axle and offers great off-road capability as a result, but it’s a bit lacking when it comes to amenities and interior refinement.
The Ridgeline, on the other hand, is built on a unibody platform shared with Honda’s Pilot and Passport, not to mention a couple of other vehicles in Honda and Acura’s lineup. This construction, which includes a fully independent suspension, hinders the Ridgeline a bit when it comes to rugged capability, but the vehicle makes up for this with a more refined interior and better driving dynamics than any other vehicle in this segment.
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