Large scale manufacturing of the overhauled 2017 Honda Ridgeline midsize pickup truck has started at the brand’s assembling plant in Alabama.
The Ridgeline is slated to go at a bargain soon at Honda dealerships abraod. What’s more, denote the arrival of Honda to the fair size pickup truck segment.
Completely upgraded, the Ridgeline now includes a new look, a reexamined 3.5-liter V6, an altogether new inside, torque vectoring all-wheel drive and its staple elements; a double pivoted back end and a trunk in the bed.
Some other important elements on the truck incorporate an in-bed sound system and Honda’s full suite of dynamic wellbeing innovation that includes versatile journey control, path keep help and the sky is the limit from there.
The Ridgeline will be worked close by the Honda Pilot, Odyssey and Acura MDX.
“Today we celebrate the dedication of our Alabama team in bringing a very innovative new pickup truck to market,” said Jeff Tomko, president of HMA. “I congratulate all of our associates for their commitment to our customers as the Ridgeline returns with new features that will deliver even more of what today’s truck customers want and need.”
We had the opportunity to drive the new Ridgeline in San Antonio, TX as of now, so look for the full video review to drop on Monday, March 9.