Yes, according to this article, “The Ridgeline is also one of the easiest pickups to buy. It only comes in one style — a four-door with a five-foot bed, a 3.5-liter V6, a five-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel-drive with a locking center differential. It’s a good, practical package that meets most needs, even if some other pickups can be configured for more power, better mileage, or wilderness trips.”
And you know, that’s a very legitimate reason. How many of us start sweating or getting anxious when we start thinking about buying a new vehicle because there are just so many darn options? You do some research, talk to your friends, do more research, narrow it down to a couple, intensely research those, but then you start thinking about all the different trim levels and options with each of those and it’s easy to see why many people simply flip a coin as to which car to buy towards the end (kidding).
The options that come with the basic Honda Ridgeline are the options that satisfy most people’s wants and needs for a truck. It’s the perfect urban hauler with enough room in the bed to move stuff around, but also enough room inside to keep passengers and the driver comfortable.
It also doesn’t feel like a gas-guzzling tank rumbling down the road while you’re driving it.
“The Honda Ridgeline is a great truck for most people,” said Tod McLaughlin, general manager at Apple Valley Honda in Wenatchee. “It can move, haul, and tow most stuff that people want to and it’s very driveable. People love driving the Honda Ridgeline because it feels like a car. It’s just more comfortable for most people.”
Stop by Apple Valley Honda, Northwest Honda in Bellingham, or Sims Honda in Burlington to take the Honda Ridgeline for a test drive today!