Honda Ridgeline on sale in U.S. since 2005.
DETROIT – Honda says it’s still debating what will replace the boxy Element cross/utility vehicle and Ridgeline compact pickup truck in its U.S. lineup. The auto maker continues to insist the current Ridgeline, virtually unchanged since debuting in 2005, isn’t going anywhere, despite much speculation about its impending death due to shrinking sales. However, it remains to be seen what form a replacement model would take. “We do think the market can be served by ...
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