Honda Ridgeline Crossovers

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2018 Honda Ridgeline

Since it was completely redesigned last year, changes to the 2018 Honda Ridgeline are limited to new available colors on the Sport model.

2017 Honda Ridgeline

The 2017 Ridgeline uses a new lighter, stronger platform, and has a more efficient, more powerful engine. While its quieter interior is loaded with tech-friendly features and there are all-new truck bed innovations for work and play, what's really creating a buzz is the new Ridgeline's more truck-like styling.

About Honda Ridgeline

The 2018 Honda Ridgeline targets truck buyers who need to haul, sometimes tow, but don't want to give up the refinement they've grown accustomed to in their SUV. The specs work in the Ridgeline's favor, with 1,500 pounds of payload capacity and 5,000 pounds of towing ability, along with available all-wheel drive. But it goes a step further than traditional midsize pickups like the Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon, Toyota Tacoma and Nissan Frontier, with clever features like the In-Bed Trunk, and luxurious and tech-savvy interior refinements. It also looks worlds better than the original Ridgeline. Fine, those competitors offer models with better towing or off-road ability, but for light-duty truck owners, the Ridgeline makes a compelling alternative.

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