Honda Ridgeline dimensions
Latest model: Honda Ridgeline (2011)
Length: 206.9 (in) = 5255 (mm)
Width: 77.8 (in) = 1976 (mm)
Height: 70.3 (in) = 1785 (mm)
Compare Honda Ridgeline dimensions to: Toyota Tacoma, Nissan Frontier, Ford F-150, Chevrolet Avalanche
Honda Ridgeline details:
The 2011 Honda Ridgeline doesn't have the muscle that serious truck consumers demand, but its mix of a carlike ride and pickup utility make it all the pickup many consumers will ever need. Honda Ridgeline offers the following pros: Above-average ride and handling; spacious and convenient cabin; dent-resistant bed with high-tech cargo compartment and two-way tailgate. Honda Ridgeline drawbacks are: Modest off-road and towing capabilities; lackluster performance and fuel efficiency from V6; only one body style available; longish braking distances.
The 2011 Honda Honda Ridgeline midsize pickup truck is provided in a single 4-door crew-cab body style with seats for five. There are three available versions, ranging from base RT to midrange RTS and top-of-the-line RTL. The entry-level RT is reasonably well equipped with traditional features that include 17-inch metal wheels, a power-sliding back window, air-conditioning, a 60/40-split-folding back bench with under-seat cargo, full performance accessories, cruise control, a trip computer and a six-speaker CD/MP3 audio with an optional stereo slot.
The RTS adds 17-inch alloy wheels, back privacy glass, dual-zone automatic conditioning, an eight-way performance driver bench and an updated seven-speaker stereo system with a Six-cd changer and steering-wheel-mounted stereo controls. Spring for the top-of-the-line RTL and you get 18-inch alloy wheels, foglights, a sunroof, leather upholstery, heated front seatings, a 115-volt AC performance outlet and radio.
The Honda Ridgeline's factory features list is limited to a navigator suite that contains Bluetooth hands-free cell phone compatibility and a back-up camera. Only the RTL model is eligible for this suite. .