Introduction of the All-New 2017 Honda Ridgeline

The all-new Honda Ridgeline debuted live from the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit on January 11, 2015 at 1:15 p.m. EST.


33 thoughts on “Introduction of the All-New 2017 Honda Ridgeline”

  1. Hey Honda, can you sell a 2018 Honda s2000 and make a new truck? Please Email me if you will but your better then ford . can you start making v8 engines for the new truck? Because I have a 2001 Honda odyssey EX and its v6 I have a 1996 Honda civic hatchback DX its v4.

  2. Hideous front end.. I'll wait for Nissan and decide between the new Frontier or the new Taco. Bye Honda, it's too bad though, I really liked the in bed trunk… And FWD??? Come on…

  3. real trucks at least have a V8… this is a cute little truck for a girl or a white collar guy, but it's not even close to what a real truck owner would need. The old Ridgeline was a joke and this one is definitely an improvement, but I'm sorry Honda you STILL don't have it. and I'm saying this as a HUGE Honda fan and 20+yr driver. I wish they would compete with Toyota properly.

  4. i want 2 of them both all wheel drive. 1: lifted with 35s rolling underneath it, put it through a true 4WD test.
    2: AWD lowered about an inch off the groung, fat, low profile, sticky tires, dual turbo. in other words a full blown race track ready, dual turbo, honda pickup truck. it would be very unique, and an iteresting publicity stunt for Honda, And I'm positive I could do both of them myself in my garage, given the budget. lol. MUCH LOVE HONDA!

  5. YES, they finally answered a lot of peoples suggestions of building a real truck. it looks great, a lot better than the last ridgeline that looked like a downsized chevy avalache with the cheap plastic panels had just been painted, lol. Its a honda so I'm sure, beyond any doubt, that it is increadably reliable. That being said, 2 complaints, 1: why is the standard modle FWD instead of RWD, I know its more efficiant, supposedly, and gives you more control is slick weather, again supposedly. The people (especially Americans) want a RWD truck, why does honda refuse to build a RWD transmission for their 3.0L/3.2L/3.5L/3.7L V6s? And number 2: why stick with the unibody construction. I think a solid frame under a truck is important, especially if its going to be used as a ligitiment work truck, plus it ups the toughness/cool factor a few notches.
    Thoes two grievances being said, they would not deter myself from buying one, wich is great because I've been lookin at buying a new tacoma, lol going to the honda dealer tommorow. over all I give it a 4.2 out of 5.
    Keep up the great work Honda, as far as I'm concerned, Honda builds the best, longest lasting cars on the road. keep up the great work, mabey one day, god willing, I will work for honda, on some level. In conclusion I want to thank the good people at Honda for building and selling me a quality product since I started driving.

  6. Honda will probably screw this up again with the price. If the price exceeds anything over 40k, they lost before it starts. I can get a full size truck nicely equipped for mid 40's. Why would I want to buy a Ridgeline for 40k+ when it's not a real truck in the first place.

  7. Glad to hear it will be offered in 2WD!! Did I miss something he gave no real stats on the truck I mean Pilot with the butt cut out. They don't know what the towing weight is and no MPG info or even colors, oh btw it has music in the back. Only good news here is it being offered in 2WD I don't need AWD it's just heavy and sucks more fuel. I have enjoyed my 06 Ridgeline if nothing else the duel open tail gate and trunk is worth it. Skip to 12:45 to hear very little info on the 2017 Ridgeline.

  8. What a waist of money on the development of speakers in the back? They sound like crap..  You could have really made a statement on the front nose of the truck. But you went with speaks in the back.. How many times are you going to listen to music in the back bed of a truck.. What was going on your minds??

  9. I was not impressed at all. Either.. I was hoping that they would at least keep the truck as one and not separate the two. I have 2011 Ridgeline.. I think they made a big mistake on this one.. What where you guys thinking… I think my next truck is a Toyota.. after seeing this… Ouch

  10. not bad but the front not a big fan i do like the head lights it makes the front look a bit nice but if they hade a different and better looking front with those head light ot would have look better I liked they old rigline look

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