2016 Honda Ridgeline Details
2016 Honda Ridgeline is a mid-size pickup that is designed in Los Angeles and Ohio. The company Honda has decided to skip the 2015 model year, and to engage with a new generation of vehicles for 2016 model year. Ridgeline will be built on a closed-box unibody platform. The new direction of style will bring a curved front fascia, a longer roofline and steep windscreen. Other design details have remained intact. Crew-cab will provide enough space as well as new technologies that will facilitate control of the vehicle. The drive system is based on Earth Dreams engine high performance to support driving and working processes.
2016 Honda Ridgeline – Engine
2016 Honda Ridgeline under the hood hides a 3.5-liter V-6 engine is an engine that delivers 250 horsepower and 253 lb-ft of torque. Automatic transmission transmits torque evenly to all four wheels. The engine will be taken from the Pilot and Odyssey models. Technology of the direct fuel injection and cylinder deactivation reduced fuel consumption. Towing capacity and cargo capacity is among the best in the segment. The new suspension and steering system provides better-road features. Detailed specifications will be announced later.
2016 Honda Ridgeline – Comfort
New Honda Ridgeline is inspired new designs and materials in the cabin. The seats are made of quality leather and other fabrics that will provide you with a high degree of comfort. The space between the two rows of seats is sufficient for the legs. On the center console there is a new layout functions and high-generation devices. There the drivers will have a new steering wheel, instrument panel, navigation system, entertainment system and much more. The manufacturer has dedicated great attention on the safety of passengers by installing a new security system. The trailer is further expanded and easy to manipulate with it.
2016 Honda Ridgeline will appear on the market in late 2015 year. The base price of this model will cost about $ 31,000. The most luxurious package will cost about $ 38,000. The biggest competitors are the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon.