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Old 01-27-2019, 07:48 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by mcarb002 View Post
it's not more reliable than a Toyota, not sure what exactly you're referring to by driving dynamics , but again I'm sure a Taco has it beat there as well, especially with crawl control and also the manual option. Taco has equal gas milage and the Colorado has better MPG and diesel. The Taco looks better and so does every other truck in the entire galaxy. Similarly for offroading it's at the bottom of the list.

I'm not getting caught up on the "it's not a real truck" rhetoric, I just frankly don't see how it's a good option at all. I don't see how it's better than any other truck out there actually in any category...

I mean this Black Edition is more expensive than a TRD Pro lol that's hilarious. It's nothing but an appearance package.

I'd choose an Isuzu D-Max over this any day.

He never said it was more reliable than a Toyota, he simply said itís just a reliable vehicle. The Toyota rides like ****, gets **** gas mileage and grossly over priced. Sure, the Toyota would put the largest spanking on the Honda when off roading but for people who simply want a small truck for daily road driving and are able to throw planters and misc **** from Home Depot in the bed, itís a great choice.

*Godfather owns a F150 but has enough common sense to see why the Ridgeline is appealing while mcarb seems to struggle with this.*
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