While it might not be the tougher and most rugged truck around, Honda will be able to make up for that easily. Not only is Honda known for being reliable and the Honda Ridgeline will also come with a long list of in-bed features.
The Honda Ridgeline will be powered by a 3.5 liter VTEC six cylinder engine that will be delivering about 280hp and 260lb ft of torque. The Ridgeline will also come with features like an in bed audio system, in-bed trunk, 400watt power inverter, dual action tailgate and more.
Visually, the Ridgeline no longer follows the much-hated design of the 2014 and older models and instead goes for a streamlined, cleaner look that is reportedly reminiscent of a car or SUV mixed with the more ridged roof and side walls. The interiors are a wide display of controls that meet at a center touch-screen for optimal convenience.
In terms of power, the truck can push out a total of 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque with maximum curb weight ranging between 4,200 and 4,400 pounds. The truck only offers a 6-speed automatic transmission. Its design and power grants it a mileage rate of 19 mph city and 26 mph highway, with a combined rate of 22 mph.
According to Auto Week, the Ridgeline also bridges the gap between driving a truck and a car as the Ridgeline is designed with comfort and ease of use in mind. This makes it much smoother and easier to drive when the truck is compared to its contemporaries.