New 2020 Honda Ridgeline arrives at dealers in Dec. 16 with a host of updates, including a 9-speed automatic gearbox as a part of the standard equipment. Additional goodies include Honda Sensing and an extended list of standard features and gadgets. The model will be available in four trim levels – Sport, RTL, RTL-E, and Black Edition. Let’s check out more!
New Ridgeline is a versatile tailgate vehicle for sports events, picnics, and other gatherings. This is due to the fact that it features
Honda Off-Road Racing Team continues its string of success and adds a second-place finish in the “7200” class for unlimited V6-powered trucks in the General Tire Casey Folks Vegas to Reno off-road race to the three victories already recorded at off-road events.
A part of the Best in The Desert series of off-road races, the “V2R” point-to-point race is the longest event of this type in US. It is a 550-mile run, which features a unique set of challenges and situations among which hot ambient te
There are more than 1,500 associates at Honda Manufacturing of Alabama that celebrate the start of mass production of the fresh and 2017 Honda Ridgeline pickup. Scheduled to go on-sale soon worldwide, the Ridgeline is a model that will try to challenge the conventional thinking: versatility, capabilities, comfort and convenience are all features that Honda is known about.
Designed and developed in America, the new Ridgeline will also include superior on-road performance with the segment's bes
2017 Honda Ridgeline which just debuted can be now equipped with Honda Genuine Accessories. Visitors of Chicago Auto Show will be able to see the various personalization options for the pickup truck. The list of things one can add to their Ridgeline includes a variety of accessories that improve the style and outdoor character of the new unibody truck.
To mention some of the accessories that Honda will be showcasing at the show, they include: black roof rails, black cross bars, die cast runni
Honda team will one more time challenge the standard thinking and standards in the world of midsize pickups. How? With the return of Honda Ridgeline truck that will make its debut at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, January 11. Designed and developed in America, the all-new vehicle will refresh the light truck lineup and appearance, or at least is what we expect after the numerous promises made by Honda engineers.
As you might remember, Honda began a complete remake
Honda Ridgeline was previewed in the beginning of this year at the Chicago Auto Show. Now, it is time for the loved Japanese brand to debut another concept vehicle based on the Ridgeline, precisely - Honda Ridgeline Desert Race Truck Concept, which will make a first appearance at SEMA. Note that the sketch featured in the article displays the previews in Chicago, but the good news is that the new ‘Desert’ pickup is debuting next year.
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2015 Chicago Auto Show has already started where a lot of vehicles will have their premiere. We start the day with the announcement that Honda has revealed at the saloon yesterday the first image (sketch) of the future next-gen Ridgeline. The new truck is said to retain the award-winning performance, comfort and utility of the original model, and in fact to bring it to new levels. These new levels will feature entirely new styling that communicates unmistakably that it's a pickup. At the same ti
In mid 2014, the production of the exclusively made in Lincoln, Alabama Honda Ridgeline will be coming to an end. In “less then two years”, however, there's going to be a successor and today we get to have a glimpse at its styling direction. Despite being a Honda, the Ridgeline has always been thoroughly American. The new one is the brainchild of the company's Los Angeles and Ohio R&D centres. Looking at the “sketch” provided, we can safely conclude: it's a pickup truck, no surprises the
2014 Honda Ridgeline Special Edition is going on sale and it will join the rest of the rich and versatile Ridgeline lineup which went on-sale in September. The model is extremely aggressive but at the same time – handsome, and in addition it is exclusively equipped with wide range of complementary features.
The vehicle offers a spacious five-passenger cabin. It has car-like ride and handling, but on the other hand retains all of the truck’s capability with innovative and unique features such
Honda has introduced the new 2012 Ridgeline Sport. The vehicle is a pick-up truck with extended cab. It comes with a exclusive black 18” alloy wheels (+1 inch from RT steel wheels), exclusive black honeycomb grille, standard fog lights, black headlight and brake light housings, and black mirrors and door handles
The truck is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine with 253 PS (186 kW) and 335 Nm (247 lb-ft) of torque. The engine boasts better fuel efficiency and low emissions.
The 2012 Ridgeline
The five-passenger Honda Ridgeline pickup holds a unique place in the half-ton truck segment, utilizing a closed-box, unit-body architecture to deliver high levels of capability and comfortable ride performance rare for a pickup truck.
The Ridgeline offers a wide range of conventional pickup capabilities with a maximum tow rating of 5,000 pounds and a half-ton payload rating, all while offering unique features like a large In-Bed Trunk™ and an independent front and rear suspension.