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We sure did a lot with our long-term Honda Ridgeline test vehicle.
We took it to Death Valley and couldn't resist snapping a picture at the aptly named Teakettle Junction.
The Ridgeline towed a race car and open trailer out to a competition in the California desert.
The Ridgeline even took us to the oh-so-dark boondocks on a night photography trip.
Through it all the 3.5-liter V6 engine kept things moving along with 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque.
You can carry 1,500 pounds of rocks in the Ridgeline. Actually, you can carry 1,500 pounds of anything.
We all loved the nifty lockable storage compartment in the bed.
The Ridgeline is available with all-wheel drive, with parameters for Normal, Snow, Mud and Sand.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard but most driver's aids are only available on upper trims.
We were sad to see the Honda Ridgeline go, but you can keep scrolling for more photos of our beloved little truck.
Here the Honda Ridgeline sits next to the Racetrack, a dry lakebed, and beyond the rocky outcrop of the Grandstand.
At Father Crowley's Outlook, overlooking Panamint Valley, adjacent to Death Valley.