2017 Honda Ridgeline Gets Awesome-Possum Makeover

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The boring-looking 2017 Honda Ridgeline is making headlines again (hey, it rhymes!) as the pickup would soon go for a makeover. SEMA (Special Equipment Market Association) is very keen on accessorizing the yet to be released pickup, or at least, measure it.

This would undeniably mark the start of what will arguably be the most exciting and dynamic Ridgeline debut since the inception of the unibody pickup that was introduced back in March 2005 as a 2006 year model. And SEMA’s “Measuring Session” is meant for all (yes, ALL) of the upcoming Ridgelines so we’re prepared for this exciting news.

SEMA goes on to support the Ridgeline by commenting that it’s a dramatically-improved design and packaging pickup that we’ll all be expecting. One that offers in-bed audio system and will once again set new standards for truck innovation.

We actually ain’t too keen when SEMA had insisted on that. After all, it looks kind of bland, doesn’t it? What are your thoughts on this?

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1 Comment

  1. Dana Ballard

    February 11, 2016 at 1:22 am

    I’m closing in on 300k miles on my 2006 Ridgeline with only minimal repairs that were unexpected, AC compressors short drained a few batteries before I found the issue. Brakes last twice what I would have expected but could be freeway driving I do. My big complaint has been mpg 16 everyday driving and 19 on road trips, hoping Honda will finally deliver the clean diesel version this time. Can’t wait to drive it and order one once they release colors inside and out.