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2017 Honda Ridgeline: Don’t Trust Its EPA Figures

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Can you really trust the EPA figures of the 2017 Honda Ridgeline? Honda said that it offers 21mpg combined if you go for the all-wheel drive version. But does it really offer this?

The 2017 Honda Ridgeline was among the Cars.com Best Pickup choice for 2017, even though it didn’t eventually win it. The vehicle offers up a ride that is composed and it competes with many of the V6 gas rivals.

It was recently tested to see if the truck could offer up the 21mpg combined rating. The all-wheel drive version of the Honda Ridgeline offers up 18mpg when travelling around the city, 25mpg when on the highway and 21mpg combined. The vehicle was driven over three days and clocked 363.1 miles, driving at around 59mph on average.

The EPA for the Honda Ridgeline was said to be 21mpg combined but over the trip it logged 23mpg, which beats what was promised.

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