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2019 Honda Ridgeline


MSRP* $29,990 - $43,420
Invoice* $27,428 - $39,678

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City 18 - 19 MPG Hwy 25 - 26 MPG

Safety Rating

  • Overall Safety:
    5 stars
  • Frontal Crash:
    5 stars
  • Side Crash:
    5 stars

Vehicle crash and safety data is provided by NHTSA, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. NHTSA testing was established by Congress to reduce highway deaths and injuries.

Consumer Reviews Write a Review

Overall Rating:
4.8 (out of 5)
Value 4.5
Exterior 4.6
Interior 4.8
Comfort 4.9
Performance 4.9
Reliability 4.9
Enjoying my new Ridgeline

by Adeeb F from Mills River, NC | February 16, 2020

I was looking for a vehicle that had a luxurious ride and yet was available for loading the odd piece of equipment. The Ridgeline provides both for me.

Can't decide SUV or truck? Try Ridgeline.

by Allen from Sussex, NJ | February 05, 2020

I'm a new owner (less than 500 miles), so take that into consideration with this review. I had an SUV which I used as a truck. I wanted a replacement vehicle that was more "user friendly" for older members of my family to climb in an out of, still haul a lot of stuff and tow a trailer. The Ridgline fits the bill. It's very SUV like, but with a truck bed. It does all the "truck things" very well so far. I've already towed a trailer (3000lbs rv) and put stuff in the bed. The flip us back seats turn the quadcab into an large extended cab when the family doesn't need to ride along. The large lockable waterproof trunk under the bed is a great feature. Why the other truck makers haven't done this is a mystery to me. The gas tank is too small. A 400 mile range is about max ... and too short a range for my taste. But .. the mileage is better than other trucks, so pick your poison. So far, gas mileage is 20+ MPG (24-ish highway mileage). The onboard computer overstates the MPG (it's inflated by about 2.5 MPG by my calculations). Otherwise, this is a brilliant vehicle. It has the best ride of any Honda I've driven (and I've owned 4 Hondas), and is as good or better than many SUVs. My previous vehicle was a '13 Durango which had a ride like a luxury car ... the Ridgeline is pretty close. I like a quiet composed ride. Honda has worked hard to improve the ride of their vehicles, it is obvious the Ridgeline has benefited from that effort.

Enough Truck For Me!

by LoveMyTruck'sTrunk! from OKC | February 04, 2020

Following months of research on trucks - watching YouTube videos and reading online reviews - I made a commitment to test-drive a used Ridgeline (TIP: learn what's included in each trim-line). Oh, but wait, Honda stopped making the odd-looking, uni-body Gen 1 after 2014. There are no models for 2015 or 2016. If you want Gen 2's body style, you must buy a 2017 or later. There are VERY few "pre-owned" Gen 2 Ridgelines. I found only two within a 3-hour drive, and both were north of 80k miles for over $20k. Hogwash! I took advantage of Honda's 0.9% financing and bought a new 2019 Ridgeline Sport AWD. I call it my SUV Truck, because it drives just like a Pilot and offers the added bonus of a bed. Even the lower trim Sport is packed w/ features. Do your research, and don't miss the ridiculously huge, underbed "trunk" that has a drain plug for tailgating and, of course, the two-way tailgate, composite bedliner and fold-up seats - standard on all trims. High marks for the quiet and comfy ride. Just 2k miles in, I am averaging 20.4 mpg. Mine is silver with optional bed extender and bugflector (adds pizzazz to hood). Sport model includes grayed-out rims. I also plasti-dipped (black) the front and rear silver Honda badges. Only remorse is not getting leather. But I saved a lot of $$$. Great job, Honda!

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2019 Honda Ridgeline Overview

The 2019 Honda Ridgeline is a midsize pickup truck that shares its platform with the Honda Pilot. It features a unique swing-out tailgate and an in-bed trunk for average-sized items. It is powered by a 280-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission that produces 262 pounds-feet of torque. Front-wheel drive is standard, while all-wheel drive is optional. Inside, it has a 60/40-split folding rear seat that give the Ridgeline even more cargo space.

Six trims are available: RT, RTL, Sport, RTL-T, RTL-E, and Black Edition.

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*MSRP and Invoice prices displayed are for educational purposes only, do not reflect the actual selling price of a particular vehicle, and do not include applicable gas taxes or destination charges.