CHICAGO – Despite slow sales of American Honda Motor Co. Inc.’s, first-ever pickup truck, the Ridgeline, a company executive says there are no plans for a bargain trim. The ’06 Ridgeline, which sold 22,474 units in the U.S. through August, is slowly finding its way into the crowded U.S. pickup truck market, Dan Bonawitz, vice president-auto operations, tells Ward’s here at a media event. Industry watchers cite Ridgeline’s starting price of $27,700 as the reason for its sluggish ...

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