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2017 Honda Ridgeline Crew Cab Pricing

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Model Type

Crew Cab

pros & cons

pros

  • Superior ride and handling thanks to independent rear suspension
  • Has unique two-way tailgate and large lockable in-bed truck
  • Sophisticated all-wheel-drive system provides multisurface traction
  • Spacious crew cab is comfortable and handsomely finished

cons

  • Maddening touchscreen audio and navigation interface
  • Lacks the low-range gearing and underbody clearance of typical trucks
  • 5,000-pound maximum tow rating drops to 3,500 pounds on front-drive version
Honda Ridgeline Crew Cab Pickup MSRP: $41,370
Based on the RTL-E Auto AWD 5-passenger 4-dr Crew Cab Pickup with typically equipped options.
EPA Est. MPG 21
Transmission Automatic
Drive Train All Wheel Drive
Displacement 3.5 L
Passenger Volume 108.9 cu ft
Wheelbase 125 in
Length 210 in
Width N/A
Height 70 in
Curb Weight 4515 lbs
Honda Ridgeline Crew Cab Pickup MSRP: $41,370
Based on the RTL-E Auto AWD 5-passenger 4-dr Crew Cab Pickup with typically equipped options.
  • Tire Pressure Warning
  • Multi-Zone Climate Control
  • Upgraded Headlights
  • Leather Seats
  • Keyless Entry/Start
  • Apple Carplay/Android Auto
  • Alarm
  • Rear Bench Seats
  • Power Driver Seat
  • Trip Computer
  • AWD/4WD
  • Parking sensors
  • Aux Audio Inputs
  • Bluetooth
  • Stability Control
  • Heated seats
  • Towing Hitch
  • Back-up camera
  • Navigation
  • Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel

Honda Ridgeline 2017

2017 Honda Ridgeline Expert Rundown Review

Looking for a pickup truck that offers unheard-of levels of ride smoothness, handling sophistication and overall comfort? The 2017 Honda Ridgeline might be a good match. Here's a quick rundown of what we like, what we don't and the bottom line from the Edmunds editors.

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MARK TAKAHASHI: I'm Edmunds editor, Mark Takahashi, and here's an expert rundown with the 2017 Honda Ridgeline. [MUSIC PLAYING] The 2017 Honda Ridgeline is a breath of fresh modern air in the fairly antiquated pickup-truck class. It's based on the highly-rated Honda Pilot SUV, inheriting a level of comfort, refinement, and handling, that is unique among trucks. The Ridgeline isn't as strong in the towing or all-terrain departments as the competition, but it should satisfy most shoppers' demands. Since the Ridgeline is based on an SUV, the flatter bed floor allows for easier loading and, yes, you can get a four-foot-wide sheet of plywood back there. Honda gave it an even greater edge with the bottom and side hinge tailgate and a handy lockable underfloor storage bin. Compared to typical mid-sized trucks, the Ridgeline's rear seats are positively spacious and the interior is as good or better than the top-trend competition. Of the few downsides, the upgraded infotainment system can be frustrating at times, especially since there isn't a traditional volume knob. The bottom line for the 2017 Honda Ridgeline is it's far more comfortable and refined than other pickups and has numerous unique features. If you need more utility, we suggest checking out the Toyota Tacoma and GMC Canyon -- Chevrolet Colorado twins. If you'd like to see more Edmunds expert rundowns, hit subscribe.

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