2017 Honda Ridgeline Crew Cab Review

The return of a much-improved 2017 Honda Ridgeline Crew Cab makes the midsize truck sector a fascinating location. With the off-roady Toyota Tacoma on one end, useful Honda Ridgeline at the other end, the shrunken full-size familiarity of the Chevrolet Colorado in the center and the smooth-driving and  midsize truck purchasers have a large spectrum of options.

2017 Honda Ridgeline Crew Cab Review

2017 Honda Ridgeline Crew Cab Review


Some elements of the Ridgeline still track the competitors. The smart all-wheel-drive system now has driver-selectable surface settings, however crossover SUV levels of clearance and suspension articulation limitation it to light-duty dirt-roading. And while it is well fit to pulling 5,000 pounds, those who wish to tow more will have to look somewhere else.

2017 Honda Ridgeline Crew Cab Review

Ridgelines still just be available in a single crew cab with brief bed setup. This time around the forward cabin is as appealing and welcoming as a Pilot, and is offered with the Pilot's complete variety of the newest tech and security functions. The back row keeps the class-leading legroom and distinct folding rear seat that made the initial Ridgeline so versatile and accommodating.

2017 Honda Ridgeline Crew Cab Review

To that end, the brand-new Ridgeline still has more in typical with Honda's midsize SUV, the Pilot, than other trucks in the section. The wheelbase has actually been extended to accommodate a truck bed and the suspension elements have actually included beef, however the Ridgeline still provides a carlike trip and workable handling.
It's back. The Honda Ridgeline goes back to a renewed midsize pickup sector after a two-year absence. The totally revamped 2017 Honda Ridgeline holds on to exactly what made it special while presenting enhancements that make it more appealing and practical to a broader reader.

2017 Honda Ridgeline Crew Cab Review

The Ridgeline likewise gains from an updated 3.5-liter V6 and six-speed transmission, a stout mix that's 30-horsepower more powerful and a complete 4 mpg more effective than an old all-wheel-drive Ridgeline. those in sunbelt states can pick a brand-new front-wheel-drive variation that's a lot more effective and expenses less.

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2017 Honda Ridgeline Crew Cab Review

Now 66 inches long, the Ridgeline's bed is 3.5 inches longer than a Toyota Tacoma's and 2.3 inches longer than a Chevrolet Colorado's and . As for the Ridgeline's signature in-bed trunk and dual-action tailgate, they're still here and as distinct as ever.