Buyers will get a choice of seven trim levels with the new Ridgeline.
The base price is for a Ridgeline RT two-wheel-drive model. The top-of-the-line Ridgeline RTL-T two-wheel-drive model is priced at $36,830.
A midrange Ridgeline Sport with two-wheel drive starts at $33,915.
The Ridgeline RT with all-wheel drive starts at $32,175, while the new top-of-the-line Ridgeline Black Edition with all-wheel drive is priced at $43,770. The Black Edition comes with a long list of standard items, including a truck-bed audio system, HD radio and a 115-volt in-bed power outlet.
All prices include shipping.
In comparison, the base 2014 Ridgeline started at $30,405, including an $830 destination charge. The previous-generation model ended production after the 2014 model year.
Standard features on the 2017 Ridgeline include LED taillights, a multi-angle rearview camera, push-button start and a 4.2-inch color LCD screen. Optional features include LED projector headlights and LED daytime running lights.
The Ridgeline is still based on a unibody, front-wheel-drive chassis as opposed to a rear-wheel-drive, body-on-frame configuration.
All versions of the 2017 Ridgeline are equipped with a 3.5-liter V6 engine and a six-speed automatic transmission.
Edmunds says: The 2017 Ridgeline enters the hot truck market with an appealing base price and a fancy new Black Edition that will appeal to high-end buyers.