Revised styling and a new Honda Performance Development package aim to help Honda’s pickup look more like a conventional truck, with mixed results.
Honda’s Ridgeline has always worked well as a truck. Its towing and payload abilities fulfill most typical hauling needs, and its unibody construction and independent rear suspension deliver the best on-pavement ride and handling in the business. But the Ridgeline doesn’t look enough like other trucks.
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