The 2016 Honda Ridgeline is taking on the Toyota Tacoma but which of these two offers the best value for your money?
The 2016 Honda Ridgeline and the Toyota Tacoma are two great vehicles if you are looking for a vehicle with an open bed and plenty of flexibility. Both are in the mid-sized range and both are among the leaders.
In many ways it is the Honda Ridgeline that wins over the Toyota Tacoma, but then you might think differently.
The Honda Ridgeline offers the better cabin out of the two and it comes with looks that do have more class when compared to the Toyota Tacoma. The latter offers a cockpit that is more rugged than that offered by the Ridgeline.
The Ridgeline comes with the V6 6 speed automatic engine offering 280 horses and it should offer about 22mpg combined.
The Honda Ridgeline has the bed that is just a bit longer than the one on the Tacoma. The tailgate also comes with hinges at the bottom and side which means that it can swing left or it may be dropped down.
The Honda Ridgeline is offered with plenty of safety features and this meant that is came out well in crash tests. It offers cruise control, USB support, in-bed trunk and air conditioning with a price tag in the region of $30,000. When you add on all the options the price tag is boosted to around $43,000.
So would you go for the Toyota Tacoma or Honda Ridgeline?