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I Just bought a 2006 Honda Ridgeline RTL with 50,000 easy one owner miles on it for $18,000. The replacement MSRP is well over $35,000! Honda is tough to deal with and pretty much wants every dollar of the sticker price. Drove it home following our old 2003 Honda Odyssey and we each filled up at the same pumps on the 1,600 mile 3 day trip. On each fill up I took only one more gallon of fuel than our Odyssey. Those complaining about Ridgeline MPG have to compare it to vehicles of the same weight and wind resistance. I was getting 23 to 24 mpg Highway and not poking along either...70-75 and 80 mph for hours on end. (My Sons 2010 Ford F 150 crewcab 4x4 gets less than 20 mpg highway.) Its a very handsome vehicle and more comfortable to drive than the Odyssey. If Honda does drop the Ridgeline from low sales numbers, it will be their own Greedy fault. It's MSRP priced $8,000 more than it should be to be competative with Ford and G.M.Report it
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