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Car and Driver: 2017 Honda Ridgeline Priced from $30,375 to $43,770

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Honda’s unconventional pickup is back, and our first drive of the 2017 Ridgeline reveals it’s a promising take on the unibody mid-size truck. We also now have full pricing for the Ridgeline before it goes on sale this June. Unlike the previous-generation Ridgeline that was AWD-only, the new pickup offers front-wheel drive as standard and all-wheel drive as an option, making for a broad range of prices that starts at $30,375 and goes all the way up to $43,770 for a fully loaded model.


Those numbers don’t seem at all in step with the competition when you look at the Chevrolet Colorado and Toyota Tacoma‘s base prices of $20,995 and $22,485. But those prices are for extended-cab models with four-cylinder engines, while the Ridgeline comes only as a crew cab with a V-6 engine. Comparing apples to apples, the Ridgeline’s starting price is $3415 more than a base Colorado V-6 crew cab and $840 more than the cheapest Tacoma V-6 crew cab.


2017 Honda Ridgeline


The Ridgeline also comes well-equipped to start. The base RT trim level has a decent level of standard equipment, including a backup camera, keyless start, Bluetooth, a USB port, and a seven-speaker stereo. To that, the $32,415 RTS adds remote start, tri-zone automatic climate control, and keyless entry. Next up is the $33,915 Sport, which gains some black exterior trim, grey wheels, and red lighting for the footwell If you want Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability, you’ll have to step up to the $36,830 RTL-T, while the $42,270 RTL-E trim comes with a suite of active safety features including adaptive cruise control, lane-departure prevention, blind-spot warning, and automatic emergency braking. Finally, the Ridgeline Black Edition sits atop the lineup and, at $43,770, is fully decked out with all of the RTL-E’s equipment along with a blacked-out exterior and red ambient lighting for the interior.


Opting for all-wheel drive costs $1800 for RT, RTS, Sport, RTL, and RTL-T trim levels, while it comes standard on the topmost RTL-E and Black Edition trims. As is typical with Honda, there are no standalone factory options, although plenty of dealer-installed accessories are offered like a roof rack, fender flares, running boards, a skid plate, and a towing kit.




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