Honda Ridgeline
Honda Ridgeline
Buyers have essentially rejected the idea of a unibody pickup that Honda first introduced in 2005, and no competitor has copied it, but the Ridgeline soldiers on, more or less in its original form. Only 1,215 found buyers in March, but like one of the zombies in Walking Dead, the Ridgeline refuses to die. If Honda has any plans to improve it, replace it, or kill it with a shot to the brain, they have yet to surface in public.


By Alex Taylor III, senior editor-at-large @FortuneMagazine - Last updated April 19 2012: 7:16 AM ET
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