Honda revamped the 2021 Ridgeline pickup truck with a box-style front body with a more distinctive truck-style grille and bonnet, and it costs a bit.
Since its October launch, Honda has dropped the front-wheel drive version and standardized all-wheel drive at a starting price of $ 37,665 for the entry-level sport. Which is $ 350 more from last year.
In addition to the cosmetic upgrades, the Ridgeline’s biggest changes are a slightly wider stance, a new infotainment system and a shift from lever to button for gear selector.
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The Unibody-powered Ridgeline is still powered by a 280 horsepower V6 and is rated to be able to drag up to 5,000 pounds.
The popular Black Edition is priced at $ 45,095.