9 New Vehicles to Get You Into Canada's Great Outdoors—and Back Again
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.