The Honda Ridgeline is a 4-wheel-drive sport utility vehicle with a 3.5L 24V Sohc I-Vtec V6 Engine. It has 18" Silver-Painted Alloy wheels with P245/60R18 105H AS tires. Safety features include Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Seat-Mounted Side Airbags and VSA Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
It's tough to say goodbye to some vehicles.
We drove more than 12,000 miles over the course of a year in our 2017 Honda Ridgeline long-termer. As the rough-and-tumble off-road gal on the Roadshow crew, I started the period doubtful of the Ridgeline's status as a true "truck," but in the end, I came to appreciate this Honda as all the pickup that most people need.
My main concern with the Ridgeline centered on the fact that it's essentially a crossover SUV with a bed. Its unibody construction and independent suspension might make it much more liveable in terms of driving comfort, but that also means that it doesn't have the four-wheel-drive capability of "real" pickups like the Chevrolet Colorado, Nissan Frontier or Toyota Tacoma, midsize models that it ostensibly competes against.
Throw enough money at Ralph Hosier Engineering, and you can have one, too.
That's a total lie, we're very jealous and we want it to come to the US.
Midcycle updates perk up exterior styling, while thoughtful cabin changes make the 2019 Honda Civic easier to live with.
The arrival for 2019 of more physical buttons and a volume knob improve functionality of the Civic’s Display Audio infotainment interface.
The vehicles will be shown at Overland Expo West in Flagstaff, Arizona.
The Ridgeline even has a Honda generator onboard.
The company is working with American Electric Power to supplement municipal power grids with the battery packs from older electric vehicles.
Cool, now that plant has something in common with my refrigerator.