2006 Honda Ridgeline - Invoice Price CAD

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Can anyone tell me what the Canadian invoice price would be for a Honda Ridgeline RTL truck? RTS? RT?

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Larry J. wrote:

id also try to get as close as possible, if not lower than invoice. i dont think the ridgeline is breaking any sales records. a lot of people see it for what it is- not a "truck", just a honda pilot made to look like one.
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Oh boy, are YOU and "they" wrong. For a first timer, except for a bad choice of tires, it showed pretty well in the most recent Baja 1000. It is a real truck in spite of your uninformed opinion. Check out www.vtec.net Try doing a test drive.
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It's definitely a real truck (sarcasm). Place a load of dirt or rocks in the bed and try to figure out how you can get to the spare tire if you get a flat. Read every single review and you'll quickly realize it's not a truck. It's the ugliest copy of a Chevy Avalanche that I've ever seen. People are buying it because they will never use it as a truck and because it has an H on the front end. It's just an ugly-mobile with no real purpose.

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The spare tire argument is really lame.... If that's the only reason why you don't like the car, it's a poor one. Chevy Avalanche is a totally different truck.

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Nightdude wrote:

Spare tires should be accessible with little effort and should consider the purpose of the vehicle. Whether rocks or an ATV, the spare should be accessible without having to unload the truck. Imagine a flat during heavy rain or on a snow covered road at -15C ...
With the Ridgeline and the misguided V-6 Honda Accord Hybrid, Honda have lost it.
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Gee, you reckon some enterprising accessory maker (or 3) will come out with a rack that will fit the tail gate to correct this relatively minor problem?
How, exactly, is the V6 Honda Accord Hybrid misguided?
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Kent Finnell wrote:

i wouldnt call it "misguided". it does what its supposed to do. but... it answers a question no one really asked
and AFAIK, its not eligible for california carpool lane status, or government tax credits.
almost EVERY prius i see has the stickers on the rear quarter announcing its "occupant-only carpool lane status"
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On Wed, 07 Dec 2005 16:47:08 -0800, SoCalMike

Yeah well, a car thats owned by so many posers who are also actors, like, oooh the GOVERNER. Gee, 45-50mpg aint much, pretty much any car of that size with a diesel engine would do the same, and many smaller ones would do a lot better.
Prius - marketing and feel good only. Efficiency, no. Oh, and the Guvenator having one was NOT a factor at all, I'm SURE in giving the priass that status.
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flobert wrote:

and priuses get WORSE mileage on the freeway than in the city.

last i checked, he drove a hummer. H1. the $100,000 one.
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On Wed, 07 Dec 2005 22:59:39 -0800, SoCalMike

strange as it might seem, people have more than one car.
Right now i have 5, with a 6th comming soon. Admittedly most are late 80s workhorses, but then i'm not as rich as him.
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I think we've been here before....
*All* cars should get worse mileage on the freeway than in the city - more drag. Hybrids gain most of their advantage by better adapting to in-town driving conditions. The current generation is scarcely any better on the freeway than conventional cars are, but much better in town.
I've been frequenting a VW TDi group to learn more about how to get the most out of my new turbodiesel work truck. Some of the VW TDi owners brag about getting 35 mpg in town under favorable conditions, which agrees with the EPA estimates. But our 2002 Prius gets an honest 45-50 mpg in town (our main driving location) in warm weather, and consistently over 40 mpg fully loaded on long 75 mph trips. At 65 mph with lighter loads it will turn in 50-60 mpg. Efficiency, absolutely. It is also the most fun of any car I've driven since I had to sell my beloved Lotus 30 years ago.
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"Michael Pardee" wrote in message...

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You might also check out Fred's tdi page tdiclub.com - some of those guys are getting 65mpg with their TDi's, although prolly not at 75mph, and they have their motors 'tuned' a bit...
FWIW, in decent weather, my '02 Accord has gotten 40mpg on long 75mph trips while using A/C, but it is a 4cyl./5-spd.
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Highway economy really isn't a big concern for me, since the great majority of our miles are in town.
However, I sure like the TDi in my new work truck - it gets right at twice the economy the old gasser did under all conditions, which means "longer legs." It also has phenomenal power on the highway and is great off-road. Rock crawling is so much easier with a diesel. Sure wish it had some acceleration - *any* acceleration - off the line, though. I may be old, but I can still get across an intersection on my bicycle quicker than the truck can. (No, silly, I haven't done a head to head race with myself!)
Mike
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Kent Finnell wrote:

A properly designed vehicle doesn't require after market solutions to design blunders.

Forgive me for believing that the objective of hybrids is to save energy. The Hybrid makes no (or very little) gain in actual gas economy.
Cheers, Alan
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Alan Browne wrote:

The only logical reason to buy a hybrid is reduced emissions. It is for the environmentalists.
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High Tech Misfit wrote:

sometimes honda engineers think "outside the box". its not a bad trait to have.
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High Tech Misfit wrote:

And since the Honda Accord Hybrid gets poor gas mileage, it fails at reduced emissions.
I don't agree that fuel economy is for "environmentalists". Oil is a dwindling source that when used pollutes the air. Everyone should try to use less. First step, is get the right sized car for your needs.
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