Honda Debuts 2017 Ridgeline Pickup Truck
There are a lot of different truck options out there, and in the mid-size segment, we understand if people probably don’t think of Honda at the top of the list. But, that’s about to change. The Ridgeline is back and better than ever, with the 2017 model debuting recently to a big crowd in Detroit.
The premiere of the truck shows that is has a new style, one that certainly makes it look like many other new Honda vehicles. It uses a unibody platform, comes in front- and all-wheel drive, and even has torque vectoring. The Ridgeline has a 280-horsepower V-6 engine, and can haul 1,600 pounds in the bed.
Speaking of the truck bed, it has many cool features, too. That includes built-in speakers on the side, which you can’t see, but are there to blast tunes, and a storage compartment in the bed, for added space, and a way to store a spare tire, or keep things dry.
That’ and it looks like it is going to be fun to drive, and full of technology, which is what you should expect on Honda models. If you want to learn more, feel free to stop in and see us at Millennium Honda in Hempstead, NY and we’d be happy to answer any questions you might have, and arrange test drives in our current lineup.