You’ve most likely heard about the smartphone app that beautifies your pictures better and faster than the having it Photoshopped. But to have this applied to cars is somewhat similar too, and we can see it happening to the 2017 Honda Ridgeline very soon. Honda appears to be introducing a number of accessories for its latest truck and they’re sure to be showstoppers.
These were the said accessories that could come with the Ridgeline: black roof rails, cross bars, running boards, fender flares, a skid plate, a hard tonneau cover, special 18-inch wheels with all-terrain tires and a towing kit. And though some of the items are expected, others are just plain unnecessary and we’re about to see some eyebrows being raised in the event this occurs.
If you had thought that these accessories were being offered by Honda in the past, you’re totally wrong. That’s because apparently, Honda’s seeming testing the waters with their Ridgeline this time around, and we’re kinda pitying the truck for having to be accessorized with absolutely no necessity. Sure, it’s still going to look boring and bland, but we don’t think the accessories are going to take it up a few notches.
What do you think about Honda’s idea of accessorizing its pickup truck?