Two great pickup trucks are the Chevrolet Silverado and the Honda Ridgeline. Both trucks are in different segments as the Ridgeline is midsized and the Silverado is in the large segment.

Of course the Honda Ridgeline isn’t any weaker due to it being in the midsized segment. It comes with a front-wheel bias drivetrain and it is said to be a workhorse.

The Honda Ridgeline recently showed off its strength and beat the Silverado. This was when Honda performed a bed strength test and the Ridgeline came out ahead.

The test involved concrete blocks poured down onto the Honda Ridgeline bed and the truck received only light scratches. The bed of the Chevrolet Silverado came out the worst as it had heavy dents.

You can check the results of the test below when the Honda Ridgeline went up against the Chevrolet Silverado in a bed test strength competition.

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