The 2017 Honda Ridgeline is a superb vehicle and there is plenty to like about the truck. But there is one thing that has been putting people off from purchasing it and this is the high price tag.
The Honda Ridgeline is based on the global light truck platform and so it has a lot in common with the Honda Pilot. This is a great choice if you plan on towing things or hauling things around. Some people have likened it to a Pilot but without the cargo area and having a bed in its place.
The 2017 Honda Ridgeline offers the 3.5 litre V6 engine and this gives out 280 horses along with 262 torque. It comes with the six speed automatic transmission and it is available in front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive.
There is a great deal going for the Honda Ridgeline but the price tag is high as the price tag is $41, 370 and we are talking about the base price. There are some who have suggested that the price tag would be better in the range of around $18,000. If you have a bit over $43k you can go out and get the Ford F-150 Lariat.
There are some people who have said that the Honda Ridgeline in the dealerships is the upper level, which of course come with a higher price tag. Some people did say that you can get behind the wheel of the Chevrolet Colorado, which has specs that are very similar and this has a price tag of $5 less than the Ridgeline.
But is the price tag of the 2017 Honda Ridgeline too high?