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2020 Honda Ridgeline Review - More than just a weekend warrior

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Published on Jul 29, 2020
2020 Honda Ridgeline Review - More than just a weekend warrior

4 Trim levels:
Sport - $33,900
RTL - $36,670
RTL-E $42,020
Black Edition - $43,520

Presented here in Pacific Pewter with a Charcoal Leather Interior

Powered by a 3.5 L 24 valve SOHC with i-VTEC V6 with direct fuel injection and variable cylinder management producing 280 HP and 262 lb ft of torque.

There is also a High-Capacity Radiator with High-Power Fans

Its driven by a 9-Speed Automatic Transmission with Shift-By-Wire and Paddle Shifters and it has AWD and it has a heavy-duty transmission cooler

Out Front
Daytime Running Lights
LED Low-Beam Headlights with Auto-On/Off
Gloss black grille with Chrome bar
Body colored bumper with parking sensors
Black bumper rub strip and matte silver lover valance trim
Fog Lights
Acoustic Windshield with Variable Intermittent Windshield Wipers

Along the side
Unibody Construction
Electric Power-Assisted Rack-and-Pinion Steering
Exclusive 18 in Gray-Painted Alloy wrapped in 245 / 60 R18 105H all season tires
Independent MacPherson Strut Front Suspension with a 25 mm solid stabilizer bar
Multi-Link Rear Suspension with a 26.5 tubular stabilizer bar
4-Wheel ABS with 12.6” vented front rotors and 13” solid rear rotors
Body-colored Heated, power-adjustable outside mirrors with integrated turn signal indicators
Chrome door handles with one touch lock and unlock with Walk-Away Auto Lock
Chrome window surround trim
Rear window privacy glass
There is heavy-duty matte black trim around the wheel wells and rocker panel

Out back
Dual-Action Tailgate
Lockable In-Bed Trunk
Truck-Bed Audio System
LED Truck-Bed Lights
8 Heavy-Duty Truck Bed Tie-Down Cleats rated at 350 # each
150-Watt / 400-Watt Truck-Bed Power Outlet
LED Taillights
Power Sliding Rear Window
Multi-Angle Rearview Camera
Rear parking sensors
Integrated Class III Trailer Hitch with a 7-pin connector
Single Stainless-Steel Exhaust

Truck bed cargo volume: 33.9 cu ft
In-Bed Trunk volume: 7.3 cu ft
Truck Bed length tailgate up: 64”
Truck Bed length tailgate down: 83”
Truck Bed Width at wheel wells: 50” – D Pillar: 51” and at bed walls: 60”
Truck Bed height: 16.7”
Tailgate to ground height:
Total Payload Capacity: 1499 #

Some of the safety features on this Ridgeline:
Collision Mitigation Braking System
Road Departure Mitigation System
Lane Keeping Assist System
Forward Collision Warning
Lane Departure Warning
Blind Spot Information System with Cross Traffic Monitor
Vehicle Stability Assist with Traction Control
Anti-Lock Braking System
Front Track: 66.1”
Rear Track: 66”
Width: 78.6”
Length: 210”
Wheelbase: 125.2”
Height: 70.8”
Fuel capacity: 19.5 gallons

Curb Weight: 4515 #
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: 6019 #
Gross Combined Weight Rating: 9986 #
Weight Distribution: 57.6% / 42.4%

Ground Clearance: 7.87”
Approach Angles: 20.1 degrees
Departure: 22.1 degrees
Breakover: 19.6 degrees

Turning Diameter: 44.4’
Towing Capacity: 5000 #


NHTSA 5 Stars Overall rating
Overall Frontal Barrier Crash Rating: 5/5
Overall Side Crash Rating: 5/5
Rollover Rating: 4/5
IIHS Top Safety Pick

60 mph in 6.9 seconds
¼ mile run in 15.2 seconds at 93 mph
70 – 0 in 195’

Crisp character lines with slightly flared fenders, a blacked-out grille and swept back headlights give this truck a semi SUV vibe but the bed outback lets you know it’s true purpose

3 Basic Years / 36,000 Basic Miles
5 Drivetrain Years / 60,000 Drivetrain Miles
3 Roadside Assistance Years / 36,000 Roadside Assistance Miles

Fuel Mileage: City / Hwy / Combined: 19 / 24 / 21

The Ridgeline can behave like a car when you want that or act like a truck when you need it. Though the Ridgeline can’t tow as much as other mid-sized trucks with body-on-frame construction, this Ridgeline is rated at 5,000 pounds and its punchy V-6 packs solid low-end torque that will wind eagerly to 6,500 rpm.

The Ridgeline is more inclined towards refinement and basically built for city roads and would be an excellent truck for a weekend excursion with your family or friends. Its overall looks are similar to the Pilot and Passport SUVs and it has car-like driving manners, but the Ridgeline can match any mid-size pickup for total utility and that definitely qualifies it as a truck.

Vehicle courtesy of Luther Mankato Honda:

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