So my 1999 Chevy Blazer goes down with a broken crankshaft, which is funny cause I just about replaced everything else on it. Well I really can't complain 200,000 miles later. So a friend turns me on to the Ridgeline. Since the first test drive I still wonder why people buy Chevy and Ford. The Ridgeline offers a comfortable smooth car-like ride while keeping the power and durability of a truck. A wider wheelbase and higher elevation makes driving easier with better sight of the road and amazing handling. No blind spots and sweet take off power.
Fold up rear seats, in-bed trunk , Very roomy interior, Dual action tailgate and the color is amazing. Love the radio and the dash display is cool too.
Maybe add a full-size spare instead of a thin spare, and the options packages are kind of strict.
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