Probably being the best pickup for most Americans, the Honda Ridgeline has consistently gotten unfavorable criticism. That is regularly because of its unibody development and front-wheel-drive, making it an obvious objective for people who don’t like less than 6,000 pounds. The current Ridgeline has consistently offered all-wheel drive, and for the 2021 model year, it’ll be standard gear, making the FWD Honda truck a relic of past times.
So, the Ridgeline will presently begin at $37,665, including destination. That is generally $2,500 more than the active base model. Pricing goes up from that point with inclusions like the $2,800 Honda Performance Development (HPD) bundle. For that, you’ll get bumper flares, bronze wheels, and new illustrations that mirror Ridgeline’s effort to be more rough and outdoorsy.
The facelift is available on each model from the passage Sport model up to the $45,095 Black Edition. Buyers searching for something in the middle of the two can jump on the $40,645 RTL trim or the somewhat up-market RTL-E that begins at $43,595. Fun Fact, the last is just 10 pounds short of the Chevrolet Colorado, a medium-size truck. Also, the 702-hp Ram TRX with its half-ton stage can deal with only 1,300 pounds because of its dynamic rough terrain suspension.
That’s sensible enough of Honda as it hopes to help Ridgeline deals, and at any rate, put it by its American rivals. In 2020, it got surpassed by every other average size pickup beside the GMC Canyon, and to be honest, it is way better than that. It’ll officially debut to dealers on Feb. 2, and at any rate, now you can’t grumble about the wrong-wheel drive.