It is not very often we come across articles talking about buying a used Honda, so this one talking about consumers would score big if they could buy a used Honda Ridgeline for under $25,000 caught our attention.
Some industry leaders were very complimentary of the idea of buying a used Honda Ridgeline. Here’s what Consumer Reports had to say: “While not designed for serious off-roading, it proved capable in most applications.” Some comments from owners: “Like a Subaru on steroids,” “no quality issues other than declining fuel economy” and “amazingly flexible.”
Similarly, research firm J.D. Power said, ““better than most” grades for overall dependability and predicted reliability. Power also notes that it is its highest-ranked truck for quality, performance and design. Owners like its versatile storage/cargo-carrying features, but have misgivings about the Ridgeline’s lack of power and worse-than-advertised fuel economy.”
Since the Honda Ridgeline has a start price of around $35,000, you’d certainly be lucky to score a used one for under $25,000.
“The Honda Ridgeline wasn’t designed to be a work-truck,” said Keith Hofkamp, general manager of Sims Honda dealership in Burlington. “It doesn’t take the abuse that a lot of other used trucks have endured. Most used Honda Ridgelines are in really good shape with minor, if any, damage to the body or paint. Of course, here at Sims Honda, used vehicles undergo rigorous inspections, so you know you will only get the best used vehicles from here.”
If you’re interested in a used Honda Ridgeline, or any used vehicle, be sure to go to the Sims Honda, Apple Valley Honda, and Northwest Honda dealership websites where you will find the best deals on all kinds of quality used cars!