The 2020 Honda Ridgeline is a uniquely designed truck with the same space as a normal SUV, ample interior features, and a strong safety rating for your family.
Honda’s popular Ridgeline pickup truck continues to make splashes in a cluttered market.
The Ridgeline is an attractive and tech-enhanced mid-size pickup that’s become one of the cornerstones of the Honda fleet.
Honda’s stylish Ridgeline is stacked with features and tech in the base model, and has a long list of options that you can add to make it even better
A sport utility truck built with power, the 2014 Honda Ridgeline delivers sedan drivability and pickup truck utility.
The 2013 Honda Ridgeline is mid-size sport utility truck powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 250 hp and 247 lb-ft of torque.
Refreshed for 2012, the Honda Ridgeline is mid-size sport utility truck powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 250 hp and 247 lb-ft of torque.
A quasi-pickup truck mixed with a crossover utility vehicle, the 2011 Honda Ridgeline offers a convenient blend of performance, toughness and comfort.
A full-size 4WD pickup truck with standout styling, the 2010 Honda Ridgeline seats five passengers and can tow up to 5,000 lbs.
With the passenger space of an SUV and comfort similar to a sedan, the 2009 Honda Ridgeline is a versatile, all-around four-door pickup truck that seats five.
The 2008 Honda Ridgeline is a mid-size pickup truck that can tow up to 5000 lbs thanks to the 3.5L V6 producing 247 hp and 245 lb-ft of torque.
The 2007 Honda Ridgeline is a four-door, five-passenger pickup truck with a unique enclosed bed to protect your cargo.
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An unorthodox entrant intro the mid-sized truck category, the Honda Ridgeline production vehicle arrived for the 2006 model year based on a 2004 concept. Constructed on a similar platform as the Honda Pilot crossover, the Ridgeline received a squarer, tougher-looking exterior appearance to complement the trucks enriched utility potential. Featuring a four-door cab layout, the Ridgeline featured a 1,100-pound capacity 5-foot bed. Overall payload capacity of the 2006 Honda Ridgeline was rated at 1,500 pounds. A dual-action tailgate as well as 8.5 cubic feet of enclosed storage found with an in-bed truck was also components to the 2006 Honda Ridgeline. A 250-horsepower 3.5-liter V-6 engine provided propulsion for the Variable Torque Management 4-wheel drive system equipped standard on the Ridgeline. Boasting medium duty off-road capacity, the 2006 Ridgeline could also tow up to 5,000 pounds. Four-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock braking system and Hondas Vehicle Stability Assist with traction control was presented as standard safety equipment on the sport utility truck. Providing seating for five passengers inside its cabin, the Ridgeline was equipped with air conditioning, keyless entry, power windows and a stereo system with CD player as standard equipment. From 2006 to 2009, the Honda Ridgeline was offered in RT, RTS, RTL and RTX trim levels. For 2009, the Honda Ridgeline began to wear a grille similar to the one adorning the Pilot crossover. A standard trailer hitch was one of 50 upgrades mentioned as part of the revised Ridgeline for 2009. Providing a slightly difficult personality for the Ridgeline, 2012 introduced a Sport model equipped with a blacked-out grille and 18-inch alloy wheels. After the 2014 model year, Honda put production of the Ridgeline on hiatus expressing a desire to manufacture a similar truck-like vehicle in the near future.