Bucking the traditions of typical midsize pickups, below its surface the Ridgeline is more car than truck, but that lends itself to multiple features that make this Honda a class standout.
The Honda Ridgeline has been on sale in the US since 2006.
After the first-generation Ridgeline departed in 2014, there was a product hiatus that ended for 2017 when the current Ridgeline took over.
It's been pretty much the same since then.
An entry-level 2020 Ridgeline will set you back $34,995 after a $1,095 destination charge, but a fully loaded model will cost nearly $45,000.
All Ridgelines are equipped with a 3.5-liter V6 engine that sends 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque through a nine-speed automatic transmission.
Max payload is 1,580 pounds.
The Ridgeline comes standard with a 8-inch touchscreen now with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Because it's built off a carlike unibody structure, the Ridgeline is able to offer this quirky underbed 7.3 cubic-foot trunk.
But also because of its car roots, its maximum towing capacity of 5,000 pounds puts it at the bottom of the class.
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