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Honda Ridgeline

Price $40,990 – $49,990
Fuel consumption 9.5 – 12.8 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 80%(view ratings)
The Honda Ridgeline has managed to carve out an enviable place for itself among small pickups due to its practicality and unique features. It still comes with a 3.5-litre V6 that produces 280 horsepower and 262 lb.-ft. of torque, along with a six-speed automatic gearbox. All-wheel drive comes standard. With a maximum towing capacity of 5000 lbs. (2268 kilograms) and a maximum payload of 1530 lbs. (694 kilograms), this pickup is worth a look.

Tests and Features

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Previews2019 Honda Ridgeline Preview
When Honda launched the Ridgeline back in 2005 as a 2006 model, it immediately stood apart from the rest of the pickup-truck segment in North America. It boasted unibody construction and integrated its bed into the bodywork, and although it was considered by many truck enthusiasts as not being a …
Test Drives2018 Honda Ridgeline: One Size Fits All
If you had to choose a single vehicle that could fulfill just about any need that a young family would require, I can think of no better option than the Honda Ridgeline. It’s been the case for so long that the choice for minivan-averse people was between an SUV and …
Test Drives2018 Honda Ridgeline: New Best Friends
When we buy a pickup truck for the first time, it might seem as though everyone has magically become our best friend. That also happens when we win the lottery, but for very different reasons. Owning a pickup means you can haul or tow just about anything, and that’s where …
First Drives2017 Honda Ridgeline: The Most SUV-ish of Pickups
The Ridgeline can be seen as a niche product. The automaker never sold many of them, but this weird-looking pickup truck succeeded in creating a circle of tightly knit enthusiasts, which is asking for more. That’s the main reason behind Honda’s decision to go ahead and develop a second-generation model.
Spotlight onHonda Ridgeline, Take Two
We’re off to San Antonio, Texas, to test drive the new 2017 Honda Ridgeline. Unveiled earlier this year, the 2017 Ridgeline is taking a different marketing approach that breaks from the traditional pickup sales pitch. When an automaker launches a new pickup, they usually play the muscle and macho cards.

News

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News2021 Honda Ridgeline Gets Beefier, American-style Looks
As good as it is, the Honda Ridgeline is no match for its American rivals in terms of sales. It also sits well behind the class-leading Toyota Tacoma . Can a substantial redesign and update for 2021 help close the gap? Honda is certainly counting on it. First of all, …
NewsChevrolet, BMW Have the Best Car Seats, Study Finds
Chevrolet and BMW top J.D. Power’s 2020 Seat Quality and Satisfaction Study released a few days ago. Surprised? The former leads all mainstream car brands with four award-winning vehicles. The Sonic, Impala and Equinox are segment winners, while the Silverado is among the three best pickups/vans. On the luxury side, …
News2020 Honda Ridgeline Gets a New Nine-speed Transmission
Honda has just announced a few updates to the Ridgeline midsize pickup for 2020. Actually, all except one were already available in Canada, but not on the base models sold in the U.S. What you should care about is the new nine-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, which replaces the …
NewsThe Car Guide’s 2019 Best Buys: Honda Ridgeline
Every year, The Car Guide ’s team of journalists publishes its Best Buys in a wide range of vehicle categories, including cars and utility vehicles, but also pickup trucks. With this information, consumers can make a sound purchase decision. In the compact and midsize pickup truck segment, the Honda Ridgeline …
NewsAWD 2017 Honda Ridgeline gets 9.5 L/100 km on highway
The 2017 Honda Ridgeline is larger and more powerful than its predecessor while burning less fuel, according to new details released by Honda. Redesigned from the ground up after a two-year hiatus, the new midsize pickup from Honda gets a three-inch stretch in its wheelbase compared to the first-generation version, …
News2017 Honda Ridgeline looks like a real pickup
The Honda Ridgeline has attracted its fair share of ridicule over the years, some of it thanks to the perception that it's not a "real" pickup. Those tides may soon be turning after Honda unveiled an all-new Ridgeline that, at least by appearance, is indeed a proper pickup truck. Based …
Detroit2017 Honda Ridgeline: Honda's Truck Is Back
We were expecting it ever since Honda entered a race-spec version at last year’s Dakar Rally; after more than one drawing and rumours, we can finally look at the 2017 Honda Ridgeline. Set to go up against the Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon, Toyota Tacoma and Nissan Frontier, the Ridgeline is …
RacingThe 2017 Honda Ridgeline Scores A Win At The Baja 1000
Earlier this year at SEMA, Honda showed us what its new Ridgeline would look like by unveiling a trophy truck. Under a skin that was inspired by the production-ready Ridgeline, the race vehicle that was shown has little to do with the vehicle you will be able to buy in …

Videos

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Episodes
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Video Reviews
Review: 2017 Honda Ridgeline
It was first called a Sport Utility Truck when introduced as a concept in 2004. The Ridgeline quickly became a bonafide pick-up truck, and was selected North American Pick-up truck of the year in 2006. Then sales sales took a dive, Honda stopped production for the 2015/2016 model years. It's …
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