2019 Honda Ridgeline: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know [Updated]
One thing hasn’t changed with Honda’s latest Ridgeline.The 2019 drives better than any pick-up truck on the market.Let’s take a look at what else you can expect from this award-winning truck.Class-appropriate towing capacityHere’s where the haters come in. The lower towing capacity of the Ridgeline may be poo-pooed by those who think a mid-size truck should be able to haul what a full-size truck can.The truth is, the 5,000-pound towing limit is well-within the bounds of appropriate for its class.And the Ridgeline does it well. In fact, it’s handling blows all its competitors out of the water.The ride is smooth and free from the jarring, bouncy ride you can expect from other similar trucks.For occasional Home Depot runs, you’ll have all you need.2019 Honda Ridgeline detailsCheck out some of the important facts you need to know.The Ridgeline gets a respectable 21 combined mpg.An on-demand, all-wheel drive option is available.There’s a lockable, water-tight, 7-cubic foot storage compartment under the bed of the truck. A plug in this compartment allows you to throw wet fishing gear in without a problem, or you could use it as a makeshift cooler for tailgating.The tailgate has two hinges. It can swing open like a car door or like a typical tailgate.Every 2019 Ridgeline comes as a 4-door crew cab.The engine is a 280-hp 3.5-liter V-6 engine with a 6-speed automatic transition.Options include:Heated steering wheel ($500)Reconfigurable bed extender ($325)All-weather floor mats ($169)Cargo dividers ($60)Cargo tray for underneath the rear seats ($45)Ready for a spin in a RidgelineOnce you’re behind the wheel of the 2019 Honda Ridgeline, you’ll understand why it’s such a popular choice among truck enthusiasts. Our friendly sales staff is ready to answer your questions and help you find the best fit.Stop by Serra Honda and go for a test drive.