2017 Honda Ridgeline: Restructured Definition Says Honda Pilot
There is plenty to like about the Honda Ridgeline and this is a mid-sized truck that stands out from the competition, which includes the Toyota Tacoma and the Chevrolet Silverado. This is a vehicle that is aimed more at those living in the town and city who wants something that comes with superb hauling capabilities yet is economical.
But when it comes to actually defining what the Honda Ridgeline is, just how can it be described? We would perhaps say that the Ridgeline is nothing more than a Honda Pilot that has been restructured. We think this due to the fact that the vehicles are very much alike, apart from when it comes to the structure and setup of the suspension.
Both the Honda Ridgeline and the Pilot use the same platform and both of them comes with the V6 3.5 litre engine. Inside the Ridgeline is the homely cabin, while on the exterior the vehicle takes on the look of a typical car that offers plenty of comfort. This is surprising as it does give the Honda Ridgeline a more Pilot look than it does a ute.
So this is what we think about the Honda Ridgeline but what do you think the definition of the vehicle should be?