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Old 03 Oct 2007, 01:40 pm
Jay Jay is offline
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Default How does the Honda Ridgeline perform off road?

I know this is kind of comparing apples to oranges but I am in a toss up between a Toyota Tundra and a Honda Ridgeline. Toyota has had a long history of off-road performance but the Ridgeline is a good looking vehicle. I want to take my next vehicle off-roading so it needs to be able to handle some upgrades as well as some tough trails.
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