2006 Honda Ridgeline - Invoice Price CAD

Discussion in 'Ridgeline' started by Josef, Dec 4, 2005.

  1. Josef

    Josef Guest

    Can anyone tell me what the Canadian invoice price would be for a Honda
    Ridgeline RTL truck? RTS? RT?
     
    Josef, Dec 4, 2005
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    Larry J. Guest

    edmunds.com
     
    Larry J., Dec 5, 2005
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    Larry J. Guest

    edmunds.com
     
    Larry J., Dec 5, 2005
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    Larry J. Guest

    edmunds.com
     
    Larry J., Dec 5, 2005
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    SoCalMike Guest


    id also try to get as close as possible, if not lower than invoice. i
    dont think the ridgeline is breaking any sales records. a lot of people
    see it for what it is- not a "truck", just a honda pilot made to look
    like one.
     
    SoCalMike, Dec 5, 2005
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  6. Josef

    SoCalMike Guest


    id also try to get as close as possible, if not lower than invoice. i
    dont think the ridgeline is breaking any sales records. a lot of people
    see it for what it is- not a "truck", just a honda pilot made to look
    like one.
     
    SoCalMike, Dec 5, 2005
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  7. Josef

    SoCalMike Guest


    id also try to get as close as possible, if not lower than invoice. i
    dont think the ridgeline is breaking any sales records. a lot of people
    see it for what it is- not a "truck", just a honda pilot made to look
    like one.
     
    SoCalMike, Dec 5, 2005
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    Kent Finnell Guest

    Oh boy, are YOU and "they" wrong. For a first timer, except for a bad
    choice of tires, it showed pretty well in the most recent Baja 1000. It is
    a real truck in spite of your uninformed opinion. Check out www.vtec.net
    Try doing a test drive.
     
    Kent Finnell, Dec 5, 2005
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  9. Josef

    Kent Finnell Guest

    Oh boy, are YOU and "they" wrong. For a first timer, except for a bad
    choice of tires, it showed pretty well in the most recent Baja 1000. It is
    a real truck in spite of your uninformed opinion. Check out www.vtec.net
    Try doing a test drive.
     
    Kent Finnell, Dec 5, 2005
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  10. Josef

    Kent Finnell Guest

    Oh boy, are YOU and "they" wrong. For a first timer, except for a bad
    choice of tires, it showed pretty well in the most recent Baja 1000. It is
    a real truck in spite of your uninformed opinion. Check out www.vtec.net
    Try doing a test drive.
     
    Kent Finnell, Dec 5, 2005
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  11. Josef

    me Guest

    It's definitely a real truck (sarcasm). Place a load of dirt or rocks in
    the bed and try to figure out how you can get to the spare tire if you get a
    flat. Read every single review and you'll quickly realize it's not a truck.
    It's the ugliest copy of a Chevy Avalanche that I've ever seen. People are
    buying it because they will never use it as a truck and because it has an H
    on the front end. It's just an ugly-mobile with no real purpose.
     
    me, Dec 6, 2005
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  12. Josef

    me Guest

    It's definitely a real truck (sarcasm). Place a load of dirt or rocks in
    the bed and try to figure out how you can get to the spare tire if you get a
    flat. Read every single review and you'll quickly realize it's not a truck.
    It's the ugliest copy of a Chevy Avalanche that I've ever seen. People are
    buying it because they will never use it as a truck and because it has an H
    on the front end. It's just an ugly-mobile with no real purpose.
     
    me, Dec 6, 2005
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  13. Josef

    me Guest

    It's definitely a real truck (sarcasm). Place a load of dirt or rocks in
    the bed and try to figure out how you can get to the spare tire if you get a
    flat. Read every single review and you'll quickly realize it's not a truck.
    It's the ugliest copy of a Chevy Avalanche that I've ever seen. People are
    buying it because they will never use it as a truck and because it has an H
    on the front end. It's just an ugly-mobile with no real purpose.
     
    me, Dec 6, 2005
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    Nightdude Guest

    The spare tire argument is really lame.... If that's the only reason why you
    don't like the car, it's a poor one. Chevy Avalanche is a totally different
    truck.


     
    Nightdude, Dec 6, 2005
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    Nightdude Guest

    The spare tire argument is really lame.... If that's the only reason why you
    don't like the car, it's a poor one. Chevy Avalanche is a totally different
    truck.


     
    Nightdude, Dec 6, 2005
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    Nightdude Guest

    The spare tire argument is really lame.... If that's the only reason why you
    don't like the car, it's a poor one. Chevy Avalanche is a totally different
    truck.


     
    Nightdude, Dec 6, 2005
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    Alan Browne Guest

    Spare tires should be accessible with little effort and should consider
    the purpose of the vehicle. Whether rocks or an ATV, the spare should
    be accessible without having to unload the truck. Imagine a flat during
    heavy rain or on a snow covered road at -15°C ...

    With the Ridgeline and the misguided V-6 Honda Accord Hybrid, Honda have
    lost it.
     
    Alan Browne, Dec 7, 2005
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  18. Josef

    Alan Browne Guest

    Spare tires should be accessible with little effort and should consider
    the purpose of the vehicle. Whether rocks or an ATV, the spare should
    be accessible without having to unload the truck. Imagine a flat during
    heavy rain or on a snow covered road at -15°C ...

    With the Ridgeline and the misguided V-6 Honda Accord Hybrid, Honda have
    lost it.
     
    Alan Browne, Dec 7, 2005
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    Kent Finnell Guest

    Gee, you reckon some enterprising accessory maker (or 3) will come out with
    a rack that will fit the tail gate to correct this relatively minor problem?

    How, exactly, is the V6 Honda Accord Hybrid misguided?
     
    Kent Finnell, Dec 7, 2005
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  20. Josef

    Kent Finnell Guest

    Gee, you reckon some enterprising accessory maker (or 3) will come out with
    a rack that will fit the tail gate to correct this relatively minor problem?

    How, exactly, is the V6 Honda Accord Hybrid misguided?
     
    Kent Finnell, Dec 7, 2005
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