2017 Honda Ridgeline Specs, Price and Review

 on Tuesday, January 12, 2016  

Although the production to stop in 2014, Honda insists that its unique ridge pickup only temporarily dead, here's resurrection. On the launch of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, 2017 Ridge continue with the Honda Pilot SUV, the only unit in North America pickup body DOM, is considered heresy to share its basic design elements with hard-core truck drivers. But Honda's heresy include two characteristics like the owners who do not postpone the ridge unconventional foundation, bidirectional bezel, lockable storage, and in the cargo compartment. All carry the new truck. 2017 Honda Ridgeline Specs, Price and Review


Market research tells Honda, a major cause of the first generation of the ridge could not seduce more buyers of its alternative style. As a result, the new car looks more like a traditional midsize pickup. After the large roof pillars and flying buttresses cargo bed rails are gone, and the new front end is decorated with the largest Honda flag ever seen.



2017 Honda Ridgeline Interior

In addition to the expansion of the cargo box, a new ridge will play a couple of the original's strengths, in lockable cargo bed has been redesigned, flat ground, and tailgate bidirectional. The new increase is a 540-watt audio options bed with seamless integration with the cargo box wall baffle parties six speakers. And it will also have an available 400-watt power inverter is stored in the right side of the cargo box wall, electric tools for charging, launching a television set, or run the mixer. Margarita anyone?
Fifth, the inside is new, upgraded materials and Honda's latest infotainment systems include an 8-inch touch screen and Apple taxi or Android automatic functions. This will also be the most spacious in its class.

2017 Honda Ridgeline Specs, Price and Review


2017 Honda Ridgeline Powertrain

Honda specifically refrained from the power aspect, but because of the ridge line pilots will share the new 3.5-liter V-6, it's safe to say there will be more. Previous ridge line 3.5 V6 engine rated 250 horsepower 247 pounds - feet of torque, while the new pilot engine rated 280 horsepower 262 pounds - feet
How to increase will affect fuel economy remains to be seen; this is not a happy owner of the previous generation (EPA rated 17 mpg urban / 21 highway) in the region. But Honda did predict the best new trucks EPA rating class. 2017 Honda Ridgeline Specs, Price and Review

Although this test provides two automatic transmission, six-speed, and a 9-speed, Ridge will be only six-speed. (Ridge line of the previous 5-speed transmission). However, different from the original, the new front-wheel drive will be available ridges. Front-wheel drive with a 6-speed transmission and a pilot EPA rated 19 mpg urban / 27 highway.



2017 Honda Ridgeline Price

When production ceased in 2014, there are five trim levels ridge. Whether that will apply to new truck is unknown, but Honda will add a new row topping Black Edition. Pricing will not be found until the new ridge is ready for sale in the summer of next year. To close out the first generation of trucks with a suggested retail price ranges from about $ 30,000 to nearly $ 40,000.




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