Honda revealed the official pricing and specs of the 2014 Ridgeline pickup truck, and announced the launch of a new, top-of-the-line Special Edition model. The 2014 Honda Ridgeline, powered by a 250 horsepowerand 247 lb-ft. of torque 3.5 liter V6, starts at $29,575.
Honda is very proud of the Ridgeline’s versatility, and rightly so. The big sports truck features a 5-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission features Grade Logic Control to help maintain the most appropriate gear when going uphill or downhill, and fully automatic Variable Torque Management 4-wheel drive system. it also comes with an integrated tow hitch, transmission and oil coolers, heavy duty brakes, dual radiator fans and a wiring harness for a 7-pin trailer hook up.
It is not all about toughness and off-road capabilities, though. The car is also very well-equipped. The base model comes as standard with 17-inch steel wheels, integrated trailer hitch, pre-wiring for 7-pin trailer hook up, keyless entry, power windows and door locks, power sliding rear window, air conditioning, tilt steering wheel, cruise control, trip computer with instantaneous and average fuel economy, 6-speaker 100-watt audio system with CD player and MP3/WMA playback capability, rearview camera, and 60/40 split lift-up rear seat with under-seat storage.
If those are not enough, you can go for the new Special Edition model, that comes with 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels with black-trimmed spokes and Special Edition badging on the rear tailgate. The model also adopts the black trim package from the Sport model, which includes black headlight and brake light housings, black tailgate and black honeycomb grille with black surround, as well as Honda’s navigation and infotainment system.
The 2014 Honda Ridgeline Special Edition, available from November, will set you back $37,505.
|Ridgeline RTL with leather||$35,155||15/21/17|
|Ridgeline RTL with leather and Navi||$37,505||15/21/17|
|Ridgeline SE with leather and Navi||$37,505||15/21/17|