Redesigned for 2017, Honda’s Ridgeline took home the North American Truck of the Year award at the North American International Auto Show in January. Ridgeline has a number of stand-out features including an in-bed storage trunk and dual-action tailgate—which is both left- and bottom-hinged. The truck’s bed is also wider and longer than earlier models, and has eight heavy-duty tie-down cleats for securing your load. Available in five trims, all coming with Intelligent Traction Management System (Snow/Sand/Mud). Its unibody construction means that it can’t tow as much as other mid-size trucks in its class, but it will easily handle the average fishing boat, and is well-suited to haul ATVs and side-by-sides.
Engine: 3.5L V6
City/Highway Litres/100 km: 12.8/9.5
Towing Capacity: 2,268 kg
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