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Plus Mazda Miata, Honda Ridgeline, Hyundai Ioniq and Pebble Beach

Plus Mazda Miata, Honda Ridgeline, Hyundai Ioniq and Pebble Beach.

Car Buying

Powerful pickups with all the luxury trimmings

Trucks that were once considered solely as working trucks can now fitted with every luxury trapping you can imagine.

Long Term

Don't spend your hard-earned cash like 2008 never happened

Don't spend your hard-earned cash like 2008 never happened.

Long Term

Here's today's episode of "What's That Sound?"

Here's today's episode of "What's That Sound?"

Long Term

Our long-term 2018 Ridgeline proves why people gush about Honda engines


A crossover leads the charge, but let's not forget about a particular Scandinavian wagon.

Long Term

The balanced choice when Toyota’s Taco is too spicy.

We get acquainted with our long-term Honda Ridgline.

Long Term

We're spending a year with Honda's alternative pickup. Is this all the truck you need?

Can this pickup take on Toyota, Chevy and now Ford?

Open Road

The Ridgeline is as much truck as any average suburbanite would ever need.


Here are your 2017 North American Car, Truck, and Utility of the Year winners.

These are the best for 2017, according to the jury.


We did a lot of neat stuff in 2016, and a lot of it was caught on video. Check out our favorite drives, experiences, and episodes from our original series that we selected from 2016's best.


Out of the 11 trucks that were tested, only one has "good" headlights.


2016 will be a big year for pickup trucks in the US. Some consumers will always need a truck for their job or lifestyle, and others just like driving them.


How does the Ridgeline's composite bed compare to steel and aluminum?

How does the composite bed of the 2017 Honda Ridgeline compare to the steel bed of the Chevy Silverado and aluminum bed of the Ford F-150? Let's find out.


Comfortable, quiet, and efficient. But is it capable?

Answering the question, Has Honda really built a better pickup truck?

Open Road

I say sleeper.

Honda is hoping the new 2017 Ridgeline will put a bigger dent in the mid-size pickup truck market than the previous version.

First Drive

A rational choice moored in a sea of irrational buyers.

It's more comfortable, more efficient, and easier to live with than traditional pickups. But will it sell?

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