2017 Honda Ridgeline Specs
Honda Ridgeline will make for a much anticipated return for the 2017 model year after a long hiatus. The last truck, sold as a 2014 model, has been completely redesigned. It will continue to offer value signatures such as smooth a ride, legendary Honda reliability and trunk in the bed. Important updates including new platforms, engine and a revised suspension, and a number of modern innovations intended to distinguish it.
2017 Honda Ridgeline Exterior
Truck exterior featuring latest brands face-chrome Grill that divides the lights like 2016 redesigned Pilot crossover. Below the surface, the Ridgeline is going up on a new unibody platform and features the latest car ACE absorption technology crash. It will also get the suspension is fully independent and is offered in configurations of 4 x 2 and 4 x 4. Until now, the Ridgeline has only been offered as a 4 x 4. All-wheel drive system for the truck has been updated, and will have a vector Field with variable torque mode for mud, sand and snow.
2017 Honda Ridgeline Interior
Inside, the Honda Ridgeline will offer leather trim, tri-zone climate controls, start buttons and a color TFT screen. 8-inch Audio screen touschscreen infotainment system available, and is compatible with Apple and Android CarPlay Auto. 60/40-split rear seats can fold-up added cargo carrying capability of the Ridgeline in the cabin. Optional safety features including a lane-departure warning that will be read when the car senses You drifted from Lane, forward-collision warning warning drivers of potential accident, collision mitigation brake that will slow the vehicle to reduce the severity of an impact is unavoidable, mitigasi road-departure automatically rotate in a little rudder input to keep you on track and keep the road help.
All Ridgelines will come standard with a rearview camera system, while premium trims will offer Honda LaneWatch system which displays images from the right side of the vehicle’s blind spot on the screen Center or blind spot monitoring system.
2017 Honda Ridgeline Under the hood
Under the hood, the truck will get 3.5-liter V6 with direct injection, powered 6-speed automatic transmission. Official power figures have not been released yet, but as the engine doing double duty at the Pilot crossover, we know it makes a 280 hp with 262 lb-ft of torque. Honda Ridgeline expects to achieve class-leading fuel economy. For reference, Chevy Colorado reaches 21 mpg overall (18 mpg city/26 mpg hwy) when equipped with a 3.6-liter V6. Toyota Tacoma with a 3.5-liter V6 rated at 21 mpg combined (19 mpg city/24 mpg hwy). The truck beds will measure 5-foot wide 5-foot 4-inches long and will offer a payload capacity of 1600 approached Honda Ridgeline says lbs. will be only medium-sized trucks to offer 4-foot wide flat for cargo. The stem on the bed, no doubt a favorite among owners, will be back. Additional innovations including 400 watt inverter available for powering accessories as well as a system of eight points tie-down 350-lb for transporting. The truck will also get the audio system on the unique beds using mechanisms that are built into the walls of sleep than traditional speakers. Feature aims to be a hit with tailgaters.
Like other Hondas new, Ridgeline will get active safety technologies as part of Honda’s Sensing options available. Expect a new truck car to become a strong candidate for NHTSA’S crash test results 5 star as well as the coveted and “top safety pick +” rating by IIHS.
2017 Honda Ridgeline Release Date and Price
The official price has not yet revealed. We expect Honda will want to keep the price for the Model 4 x 2 is a little below $ 30000 with goals based on competition. 2016 Chevy Colorado LT Crew Cab V6 starts at $ 29.890 and 2016 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab V6 Fifth starts at $ 28.885.
2017 Honda Ridgeline will be built in Alabama and will go on sale in the first half of the year 2016. Stay tuned for the latest release info as it becomes available.