Honda's second-generation Ridgeline isn't in showrooms yet, but that isn't stopping the Japanese automaker from showing off ways to personalize its new midsize pickup.
The 2017 Honda Ridgeline's styling is markedly more conservative than its predecessor, a reality that makes accessorizing it seemingly more attractive.
This example has been tubed top and bottom, with a new roof rack and die-cast running boards.
18-inch all-terrain Yokohama Geolandar tires are fitted to machine-surfaced and gloss-painted Black Glint alloy wheels.
The Ridgeline may have its own lockable, watertight in-bed storage, but tonneau covers are always a popular pickup accessory.
With aggressive daytime running lamps and fog lamps, the front end of the Ridgeline didn't need much butching up.
The second-generation Ridgeline holds on to its trick dual-hinged tailgate that flops down like a traditional pickup or swings off to one side.
Yep, these are Honda Genuine Accessory running boards.
A display of Honda Ridgeline accessories at the Chicago Auto Show.
An accessory skid plate adds underbelly protection.
Black fender flares simultaneously add sheetmetal protection and a little attitude.
Honda's first-generation Ridgeline was something of a slow-burn model. It stuck around for nearly a decade, largely unchanged, selling in small numbers. Will the new one receive more regular updates and be a better seller?
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