The 2017 Honda Ridgeline is an (SUT) Sports Utility Truck by Honda. 2017 Ridgeline Sports Truck has a unibody construction with independent suspension, a flat dish bed, a flat tax floor, a double-action tailgate, an In-Bed Trunk, all-wheel drive and front-wheel drive for US models, and only in a team-cab configuration. Honda Ridgeline was released in January 2005 to purchase the passage in March of that year as a model 2006. It SUT was originally built by Honda of Canada Manufacturing in 2008 when the congregation moved to Honda Manufacturing of Alabama. Production of the first generation Honda Ridgeline ended in the middle of 2014. Despite its low sales, 2017 Honda Ridgeline is one of the more profitable vehicles for Honda. In 2013, Honda announced a redesigned second-generation Ridgeline to be built and after a two-year production hiatus, a new design SUT went on sale at the end of June 2016 as a 2017 model year vehicles.
According to Honda, the 2017 Honda Ridgeline AWD is not designed to steal sales from the more traditional trucks sold in North America but is designed to “have a chance to make their garages Honda-only parking area gives 18% of Honda owners who also own pickups. ”
2017 Honda Ridgeline Design
The second generation Honda Ridgeline retains the features and capabilities of the first generation such as: a similar payload capacity same towing capacity, In-Bed Trunk, dual action tailgate, the flatbed and the rear 60/40 split bench seat with flat cargo floor, but more traditional truck styling, advanced safety features and modern electronic facilities, and is now offered in front-wheel drive (2017 Ridgeline FWD) and all-wheel drive (2017 Ridgeline AWD). As before, the 2017 Honda Ridgeline is a unibody vehicle, but this frame using Honda’s Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure.
2017 Honda Ridgeline Equipment
In addition to the standard equipment in the 2017 Honda Ridgeline RT trim, the RTS add to start a remote engine, smart entry, Tri-zone automatic climate control, and front fog lamps. The Sports trim takes the RTS adding 18 (45.7 cm) gray painted alloy wheels, crystal black pearl paint, painted black outside trim, and sporting badges.
The RTL trim takes a different approach to the 2017 Honda Ridgeline RTS by adding a leather covered interior, heated front seats, seat ten-way power driver’s license and an acoustic windshield. The 2017 Honda Ridgeline 2017 Honda Ridgeline RTL-T trim takes the RTL and adds the 8 (20.3 cm) touchscreen infotainment system. RTL-E trim takes the RTL-T and adds blind spot monitoring, Honda Sensing, and a 540W sound system with truck bed sound while the Black Edition adds a unique dimming treatment for the RTL-E trim.
2017 Honda Ridgeline Canada
For the Canadian market, the 2017 Ridgeline offered in five trim levels: LX, Sport, old-L, a tour, and Black Edition. These trim levels are quite different from those in the United States until you reach the top trim levels. However, there are unique facilities that can only be found in the Canadian Ridge Lines as heated windshield wipers with rain sensing, ventilated front seats, power folding side view mirrors with integrated turn signal indicators and heated rear seats with a rear passenger climate control interface. For the Caribbean and Latin American markets, the 2017 Ridgeline offered in two trims, RTL and RTL-T, and equipped in the same way the American versions of the RTL and RTL-T.
2017 Honda Ridgeline USA
Depending on trim level, the 2017 Honda Ridgeline offered in seven exterior colors and black, gray or beige interiors in fabric or leather upholstery, with a special black leather interior with red highlights exclusive to the 2017 Honda Ridgeline Black Edition trim level.