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Class: Compact Pickup
Miles Driven: 243
Fuel Used: 12.0 gallons
If you applied the famed “Which one is not like the others?” Mensa question to the compact-pickup class, the obvious answer would be … Honda’s Ridgeline.
Or at least, it used to be. Introduced for 2006, the Ridgeline was discontinued after 2015–though Honda acknowledged at the time that a redesigned version was on the way. That replacement appears this June as a 2017 model, boasting many of the same attributes and some interesting new features, but with a decidedly different look.
Hyundai’s Santa Cruz concept would be unique in the market if produced today now that the Honda Ridgeline is out of production. A crossover-based pickup, it’s more carlike than traditional compact pickups, which by and large aren’t that “compact” any more.
This is the second in a series of articles about cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs that we think more people should consider purchasing.
Honda Ridgeline sales in calendar 2011: 9,759
Rival sales during the same time period:
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