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2006 Honda Ridgeline Exterior Gallery: Honda Truck Pictures, Photos

2006 Honda Ridgeline Exterior Gallery: Honda Truck Pictures, Photos

I don't care what people say, I really like this truck, well designed, and it looks excellent!

By popular demand (the webpage with hits in the top 10) Here's some actual photos

It can tow

It can offroad

I don't much care for the green.

Somehow I doubt it was wading across the Hoover Dam.. (Coloraldo River?)

His and hers Ridgelines..

This picture, I guess, is trying to show how big the bed is. It's a standard short bed.

Only a yuppie (read: me) would offroad in their Honda Ridgeline.

I love this feature. It comes standard.

Interior view with the optional Satellite Navigation

There, now I have pictures on my site, for all you people that enjoy typing "Honda Ridgeline pictures" into Google, and coming to my website. Feel free to leave comments!!


Pilgrim said…
honda? HONDA?!?! Come on man! Where's your AMERICAN PRIDE! There are only TWO kinds of trucks.

Fancy trucks

Workhorse trucks

I've owned Ford trucks for well over 10 years. I've rolled them. Totalled them. Gone deer hunting with them...willingly and not so willingly. Four wheeling with them...willingly and not so willingly.

If ya want Chevy.
If ya want Ford.

If ya want trucks that look nice in pictures...I guess a honda will do. ;)
Joel Esler said…
Hey Wayne.. Honda's are built in Ohio. LOL
pilgrim said… I said. ;)

When I left college I told myself and anyone who would listen that I wanted to live in God's Country which consisted of the land south of the Ohio river and east of the Mississippi. ;)

I'm no Southern Rights, War of North Aggression, "Confederate Flag" wavin' redneck or anything but I do love the south. ;) May be a redneck tho...hmmm...

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