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2017 Honda Ridgeline
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2017 Honda Ridgeline

2017 Honda Ridgeline

MSRP
$29,475 - $42,970
FUEL ECONOMY (CITY/HWY)
18-19 / 25-26 mpg
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It's back. The Honda Ridgeline returns to a reinvigorated midsize pickup segment after a two-year absence. The fully redesigned 2017 Honda Ridgeline hangs on to what made it unique while introducing improvements that make it more functional and attractive to a wider audience. To that end, the new Ridgeline still has more in common with Honda's See more

2017 Honda Ridgeline

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2017 Honda Ridgeline

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U.S. News & World Report

2017 Honda Ridgeline: What You Need to Know

The 2017 Honda Ridgeline ranks high in our small but competitive compact pickup truck class. It has the most powerful base engine in the class, as well as a comfortable ride and a spacious interior.
Edmunds.com

2017 Honda Ridgeline REVIEW

It's back. The Honda Ridgeline returns to a reinvigorated midsize pickup segment after a two-year absence. The fully redesigned 2017 Honda Ridgeline hangs on to what made it unique while introducing improvements that make it more functional and attractive to a wider audience. To that end, the new Ridgeline still has more in common with Honda's midsize SUV, the Pilot, than other trucks in the segment. The wheelbase has been stretched to accommodate a truck bed and the suspension components have added beef, but the Ridgeline still delivers a carlike ride and manageable handling. The Ridgeline also benefits from an upgraded 3.5-liter V6 and six-speed transmission, a stout combination that's 30-horsepower stronger and a full 4 mpg more efficient than an old all-wheel-drive Ridgeline. And those in sunbelt states can choose a new front-wheel-drive version that's even more efficient and costs less. Ridgelines still only come in a single crew cab with short bed configuration. But this time around the forward cabin is as attractive and inviting as a Pilot, and is available with the Pilot's full range of the latest tech and safety features. Meanwhile, the back row retains the class-leading legroom and unique folding rear seat that made the original Ridgeline so flexible and accommodating. Most notably, the old Ridgeline's polarizing exterior styling has been scrapped in favor of a more traditional bed design. The change makes it easier to reach into the forward end, and it allowed a 3.2-inch wheelbase stretch that enabled a longer bed. Now 66 inches long, the Ridgeline's bed is 2.3 inches longer than a Chevrolet Colorado's and 3.5 inches longer than a Toyota Tacoma's. As for the Ridgeline's signature in-bed trunk and dual-action tailgate, they're still here and as unique as ever. But some aspects of the Ridgeline still trail the competition. The intelligent all-wheel-drive system now has driver-selectable terrain settings, but crossover SUV levels of clearance and suspension articulation limit it to light-duty dirt-roading. And while it is well suited to towing 5,000 pounds, those who want to tow more will need to look elsewhere. The return of a much-improved 2017 Honda Ridgeline makes the midsize truck segment an interesting place. With the off-roady Toyota Tacoma on one end, the shrunken full-size familiarity of the Chevrolet Colorado in the middle and the practical and smooth-driving Honda Ridgeline at the other end, midsize truck buyers have a wide spectrum of choices.
Truck Trend

2017 Honda Ridgeline

Return of the Anti-Truck
Car and Driver

The Honda Ridgeline Is the Best Mid-Size Pickup – 2017 10Best Trucks and SUVs

Honda has never been afraid to go its own way, and the holistic approach it took in developing the Ridgeline has resulted in a vehicle that’s a compelling blend of pickup, SUV, and even minivan attributes.
Motor Trend

2017 Honda Ridgeline AWD First Test: The Trucklet, Revised

The Trucklet, Revised
Truck Trend

First Drive: 2017 Honda Ridgeline

The 2017 Honda Ridgeline has returned after a brief two-year hiatus. During its time away, Honda’s engineers retooled every aspect of the Ridgeline, turning it into a true force to be reckoned with.
Car and Driver

2017 Honda Ridgeline AWD

Beats other pickups but plays its own game.
Automobile

By Design: 2017 Honda Ridgeline

By Design: 2017 Honda Ridgeline
Car and Driver

2017 Honda Ridgeline First Drive Review

No matter how it’s outfitted, the Ridgeline is a no-brainer of a truck.
Car and Driver

2017 Honda Ridgeline: The Crossover of Pickups Returns

2017 Honda Ridgeline: The Crossover of Pickups Returns
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