2020 Honda Ridgeline Redesign
2020 Honda Ridgeline Redesign– The Japanese carmaker shared the latest details about pickup trucks on Thursday, and they included new transmissions, active safety technology and price increases.
Now, all Ridgeline 2020 models will feature nine automatic speeds for switching gears. This replaces the six-speed automatic transmission, but the only engine offered remains a 3.5-liter V6.
2020 Honda Ridgeline is not like other pick-up trucks on the road today. With its unique features, Honda style, and exclusive industrial versatility, this new Honda truck available on Honda’s East Coast can be the new addition you are looking for.
On the new Honda Ridgeline 2020 bed you will be able to load a sheet of 4’x8 ‘plywood due to the bed’s ability to release the curve of the wheel wells that most truck beds have. The Bed System creates additional space for you to store your belongings safely. Use the In-Bed system as a cooler at your next party with a removable drain plug.
The group features active safety technology bundles including adaptive roaming control and automatic emergency braking.
There is great news for the trim hierarchy as well, because today’s announcement confirms the basic RT trim has been discarded for 2020. That gives way to a sizeable price increase, because the cheapest Ridgeline will now cost $ 34,995 after a goal cost of $ 1,095. The old base model reads at $ 31,085. Basically, stepping into the new Ridgeline will cost almost $ 4,000 more – and that’s before adding all-wheel drive.
What buyers will find in the reshuffled trim is more equipment, because the Sport trim is the new basic model. There’s a standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with an 8-inch touch screen, tri-zone climate control, remote start and 18-inch wheels to spice up the truck.
A standard nine-speed transmission with paddle shifters replaces the six-speed exit
Honda Sensing features advanced safety and an 8 inch touch screen with Apple Car Play and Android Auto compatibility is now standard
Available trims are reduced to Sport, RTL, RTL-E and Black Edition
Part of the second Ridgeline generation introduced for 2017
- Superior driving and control thanks to the independent rear suspension
- Unique two-way truck body and large lockable luggage in the bed
- Sophisticated all-wheel-drive system provides multi-surface traction
- The spacious crew taxi is comfortable and well finished
- Touch screen audio and confusing navigation interface
- Has no low gear and typical truck bottom cleaning
- The maximum towing rating of 5,000 pounds drops to 3,500 pounds on the front wheel drive version
- Help disturbing sensitive drivers
Adding AWD to the base Sport cut the price to $ 37,235, and went up to a nicer RTL trim indicating a price of $ 37,765. Add four-wheel traction to the RTL trim and the price rises higher, to $ 39,915. Here, the trim is installed in a leather interior, heated front seats and other comfort.
At the top are fixed RTL-E trims, which include premium audio systems, LED lights, audio systems for truck beds and more. It costs $ 43,115. If you like the black-out package, there is also a Black Edition, which will set the buyer back $ 44,615. AWD is standard on the top two trims.
Across the board, the trim itself also saw a significant increase in prices. The Trim Sport (now the base model) costs $ 510 more than last year, while the medium RTL starts at $ 1,800 more than last year. Something must be given for standard active safety equipment. But in the end, RTL-E only cost $ 100 more. Ditto for the Black Edition.
If the new update suits you, look for Honda Ridgeline 2020 at the dealership starting December 16.