Price Tag Of 2017 Honda Ridgeline May Be Too High

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The 2017 Honda Ridgeline does have lots to offer, such as the comfortable ride, and you cannot get away from the fact that it is a superb utility vehicle. But what is putting people off is the fact that the price tag is considered too high by many people.

The 2017 Honda Ridgeline has been built around the global light truck platform and this means that it also shares a great deal with the Honda Pilot. If you are looking for a vehicle to be used for towing and hauling things around, the Ridgeline may be perfect. In fact you might say that this is a Pilot with a bed.

The Honda Ridgeline comes with the 3.5 litre V6 engine and this gives out 280 horses along with 262 torque. It offers up six speed automatic transmission and you can choose from all-wheel drive or front-wheel drive.

About the only thing that isn’t in the favour of the Honda Ridgeline is the price tag. It starts at $41, 370 and some people have said that this is too much and it would be better priced at $18,000. You have to consider that for just over $43k you can get yourself the F150 Lariat.

People have also said that when you go to the dealerships you only see the upper trims of the Honda Ridgeline and these come with even a higher price tag. For $5k less you can purchase the Chevrolet Colorado and this comes with specs that are very similar.

But is the price tag of the Honda Ridgeline what is putting some people off purchasing it?

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