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2017 Honda Ridgeline Could Have Price Tag That Makes It Irrelevant

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The ride in the Honda Ridgeline is a comfortable one and if you are looking for a utility vehicle you have picked the right choice. One thing that isn’t so good about it is the price tag as it is steep.

The 2017 Honda Ridgeline was built around the global light truck platform and it offers the structure of the Honda Pilot. If you want to tow things and haul them around it is a great choice and it is more like the Pilot but with a bed.

The 2017 Honda Ridgeline offers the 3.5 litre V6 engine and this gives out 280 horses and 262 torque. It has the six speed auto transmission and it is offered in all-wheel drive and front-wheel drive.

It offers up a lot but some people think that the price tag is too expensive. This is $41, 370 for the entry level model. Many people expressed an interest in it if it had a price tag of $18,000. The F150 Lariat is priced at just over $43k.

People have said that dealers only have the higher trims of the Honda Ridgeline in stock and as you might expect these command a price tag that is even higher. You can get the Chevrolet Colorado for $5k less and it comes with specs that are very similar.

So the Honda Ridgeline could have outpriced itself, but what do you think?

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