2014 Honda Ridgeline

May 16th, 2013 | Comments Closed | Honda

2014 Honda Ridgeline – 2013 Honda Ridgeline can easily incorporate a sophisticated independent suspension. The Ridgeline’s suspension is the main reason it drives as well, with excellent steering response, minimal body roll and a comfortable, controlled ride. The 3.5-liter V6 engine is a proven power source with no problem moving the 4,500-pound truck. Occasionally, the 2014 Honda Ridgeline transmission seems to hesitate before responding to full-throttle input, and suddenly shifts can sometimes feel. Fuel economy is on par with V6-powered trucks from Toyota and Nissan, but we must point out that Ford’s current V6-powered F-series pickup actually get slightly better mileage.

Some 2014 Honda Ridgeline technical properties confidence 4WD. And, despite his lack of a low range, the 2014 Honda Ridgeline’s VTM-4 does an impressive job of navigating the recorded route, snow or seasonal rain. Transfer up to 70 percent of available power to the rear wheels aids sleep. If more trucks offered independent rear suspension (rather than a living), more trucks could provide an in-bed trunk. You have a cooler full of drinks? Put it back! Valuables carelessly hiding place in the cabin? Put them back!

2014 Honda Ridgeline Interior

While the 2014 Honda Ridgeline interior design is rational, the plastic Honda uses is hard and dull, with no heat. It creates a vaguely industrial feel reminiscent of designs from a decade ago. Things warm up when leather seats have been added, but it is only available on the top-of-the-line RTL trim. Anyway, the 2014 Honda Ridgeline interior is very functional, with plenty of small storage bins throughout the cabin and a rear seat bottom that can be folded to create additional cargo space.

2014 Honda Ridgeline Exterior

The unconventional 2014 Honda Ridgeline pickup shares much of its angular skin with the Honda Pilot SUV. Most striking is the wide, flared, C-pillars adds necessary rigidity to the structure, but also blind spots for the driver. The 2014 Honda Ridgeline’s 5-foot bed can accommodate most dirt bikes or a single ATV while the clever lockable under-floor trunk sticking a large cooler. To add to the Ridgeline’s bed is a flexible double-hinged rear flap can be folded normally or swings open to the left.

2014 Honda Ridgeline Equipment

For active people with a taste for adventure, Honda Variable Torque Management 4WD is the main feature of the 2014 Honda Ridgeline. Spacious comfort and facilities, of course, is also included in the window sticker, even on the base RT. Standard equipment includes A / C, cruise control, integrated trailer hitch, power windows and door locks, power-sliding rear window and six-speaker, 100-watt sound system.

2014 Honda Ridgeline Sport Redesign

2014 Honda Ridgeline Sport Redesign

Honda, as usual, keep it simple with just four well-equipped trim levels: Base RT, New Sport, mid-level RTS and up-market RTL. The RTS adds alloy wheels, 160-watt audio, dual climate control and an eight-way power driver’s seat. The RTL includes leather seats, 18-inch alloy wheels, moonroof, Sirius/XM satellite radio and Link remote. On RTL navigation with voice recognition is available. And there are dozens of available dealer-installed accessories.

The 2014 Honda Ridgeline’s 3.5-liter V6 offers enough horsepower, but that power is relatively high in the engine speed range: 5700 rpm. In the large pickup market who speak V8s, Hemis and EcoBoost turbo, Honda’s modest V6 seems inadequate. However, left on the road with your prejudices, you will enjoy the V6’s car-like refinement and oh-so-reliable long life. It works with a five-speed automatic transmission and Honda’s Variable Torque Management full-time four-wheel-drive system.

2013 Honda Ridgeline Price

You may have seen household 2014 Honda Ridgeline dealers thousands or tens of thousands window sticker prices. This is another way for the 2014 Honda Ridgeline is not your typical pickup. The base RT has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price starting just over $ 30,000, while the top-of-the-line RTL with navigation takes you over $ 38,000. In an era of $ 50,000-plus Ford F-series, it seems like a bargain. On the other hand, if your last Honda purchase was a 1989 Civic, you can now have a gasket. The point is, the Ridgeline is not a simple dish or a conventional Honda. Kbb.com Fair Purchase Price to see what consumers pay in your area. The 2014 Honda Ridgeline its value very well to hold over time, about on par with 4WD crew cabs in the category of the Toyota Tacoma and Nissan Frontier, and a few percentage points better than the Chevrolet Avalanche.