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 |  Dec 18 2013, 6:28 PM

Pickups: Honda Ridgeline RTS

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Lastly, it’s not the best-selling Ford F-150 pickup taking home the best value in the pickups category, it’s the Honda Ridgeline RTS. The Ridgeline RTS comes standard with 17-inch wheels, trailer harness, dual-zone automatic climate control and a driver’s seat with 10-way power adjustment. It also has an attractive starting price of $33,210 and is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine with 250 hp and 247 lb-ft of torque. Rated at 15 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on the highway, the Ridgeline RTS isn’t too shabby in the fuel economy category considering it’s a pickup.

  • Awdios

    Are you talking Prius Four or Prius V? The Prius Four, which is the normal body with the higher end trim level gets 50mpg overall not 44. The V drops to 44 City.

  • J

    I’ll believe that the auto industry is actually serious about quality of life issues and environmental impact, when I begin to see prices come back to something even remotely resembling sanity and practicality for ALL potential new-car buyers, not just the few with the money and political correctness combination, that is become the prerequisite qualification to participation in any real, meaningful capacity, within the obvious constraints and limitations this one area of ecological responsibility and non-hypocritical response to our myriad concerns over issues of planet-wide concern and activism.

  • J

    ….that the monied interests and greed of corporate Overlords and Ladies….have forced upon us all.