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Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by mickey_rubicon, Aug 15, 2006.
How is that even possible? How is the ridgeline even considered a truck?
It's part of the continuing pussifucation of our culture....Next years truck of the year will be the Toyota Camry
this makes me laugh...
"This is the only hill I couldn't make it up."
Jeez........looks like even an H2 or H3 coulda made it up that.
I had a B-210 Datsun that made it up steeper hills when I was 16 and an idiot.
Nope! Subaru Baja!
The Ridgeline is part of Honda's "truck" line including the very manly CRV.
And I've been over steeper stuff in a Spitfire - that said, it's more of a driver thing than a vehicle thing.
I think Honda is going after an interesting market with the Ridgeline, honestly. There are a lot of people out there who aren't really "truck owners" and this thing sort of bridges the gap between SUV, truck and car all at the same time - too bad the gas mileage sucks.
ive seen a little ricer car make it up a hill like that many of times.......its like one of the entrances to my apartment complex and a guy that uses that way owns a small little "fast furious" type car.
Oh good god, I did steeper stuff than that in my 2WD Xterra.
edit: BY ACCIDENT. Wow.
And therefore my '87 4wd Tercel is now officially a classic MONSTER TRUCK!
OH YAH BABY! MONSTER TRUCK!
Too bad it's not an '86!
I did crazier stuff in my '90 ford tauras. I used to try to follow my friends in their 4runner and 82 blazer. That was interesting.
It is not a truck. I don't believe the crap they write in the rags.
I've been itchin to find one of those and throw some minitruck axles under it.
Take it to cruise moab and take it on all of the hard trails..
That thing is GAY !
Cripes, I used to " Mr. Majestyk" my old 1970 Ford Galxie 500 up a dirt roads on hills that was worse than that. Sheesh.
And I can't figure out WTF the appeal is about the Ridgeline and the Avalanche are. They're a crossbreed between a pickup and an SUV, with the worse features of both and none of the best features. I don't see any running around with a bed cap to keep gear dry, unless you want to limit space with a flush tonneau cover. And no one dumps a load of gravel in them. They look like they mainly are bought by uneducated boobs. I saw an Avalanche the other day with graphics in the rear window taunting Ford owners. "Eat Me, Ford Boy" and other ghey sayings. I didn't see anything special about his Avalanche that would lead me to believe he could keep up with a stock FJ40 in some serious s***. What an ass.
I used to wheel tougher terrain in a rear wheel drive midsize car.
Lord, please permanently cast down these pussies' web connection.