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Dude, it's freaking horrible. They should seriously stop attempting to build a truck because they failed miserably....again.
 

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It’s Fugly!

Edit: After seeing the black one, I actually like it.
 

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Until it can compete with what I already have, it won't even be a thought. Have always thought the Ridgelines were nothing but a grocery getter.

http://www.trucktrend.com/cool-trucks/1303dp-history-of-the-duramax-diesel-engine/

The Clean Machine
2010 to Present – The current version of the Duramax, known as the LML, brings to market a massive 397 hp and 765 lb-ft of torque and meets the most stringent emissions laws to date. Once again, engineers were able to squeeze out another 105 lb-ft of torque while making the engine run dramatically cleaner than the previous generation. This was accomplished with the use of multiple new features, including super-fast-reacting piezo-controlled injectors (which are capable of multiple injections per cycle for optimal combustion), a ninth injector mounted downstream from the turbo to help DPF regeneration, a new EGR system with a cooler bypass, and a new selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system with urea injection. The new engine design also came with a B20 rating, allowing owners to use fuel blends with up to 20 percent biodiesel content without voiding their warranty or risking damage to the engine or fuel system. The LML also added a “smart” exhaust brake built into the turbo, which is activated by the driver using a button on the center console. This exhaust brake has different modes of operation when the truck is in Tow/Haul mode or when the cruise control is activated.

http://media.gm.com/media/us/en/chevrolet/news.detail.html/content/Pages/news/us/en/2010/Feb/10chicago/0210_allison.html
 

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I bought a 2nd gen, it's a great grocery getter and road tripper that can put the motorcycle and other junk in the back. Rides great on the beach and the desert roads when we go to AZ. Is it a work truck? Hell no. Is it versatile? I think yes.
 
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