It's not easy to categorize Honda's Ridgeline pickup. It's full-size, yet comes only with a V6 engine. It's got a four-door crew cab, but isn't intended to seat five workmen in overalls. It might be best to characterize the Ridgeline as an SUV without a roof over the cargo area.
Although it can't tackle the tough jobs, the Honda offers buyers a spacious sedan-like interior and enough room to carry just about everything from jet skis and dirt bikes to appliances and furniture. You can also tow up to 5,000 pounds—enough for the family motorboat or camper. The Ridgeline first appeared in 2006 and has carried on with only detail changes.