The Honda Ridgeline is a vehicle that has gained a great deal of attention since it came out and it has been competing against such as the Nissan Frontier and the Chevy Colorado. The fight is on between them but which of the two comes out ahead?
The past of the Honda Ridgeline isn’t all that good when it comes to sales as it has been the worst-selling truck in the US for more than half a decade. When the 2017 version came out it brought with it a new design along with fresh hope.
In 2015 the Honda Ridgeline sold only 13, 389 units but the new version of the Ridgeline does offer up specs that are better. It comes with the 3.5 litre V6 engine and this offers six speed automatic gears and all-wheel drive can be added on as optional. It also offers the i-VTM4 terrain management and a the uni-body crossover. But can it beat the competition?
The Honda Ridgeline offers up 280 horse power and the Nissan Frontier gives out 261 horse power while the Toyota Tacoma offers 278 horsepower.
The Chevrolet Colorado is the best for towing as it can two 7,000lbs while the Honda Ridgeline is only able to tow 5,000lbs.
The Honda Ridgeline has the widest loading floor and it offers lots of room in the trunk and has dual action tailgate.
It offers a rear camera and LaneWatch advanced camera along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The Honda Ridgeline does seem to be a great choice and it holds its own against the Nissan Frontier and the Chevrolet Colorado.