Redesigned 2021 Honda Ridgeline Has Arrived!
The iconic Honda Ridgeline pickup has undergone a bold redesign. In addition to an exciting exterior transformation, the new Ridgeline will offer a powerful V6 engine, torque-vectoring i-VTM4® all-wheel drive, Honda Sensing® all as standard features. The new 2021 Honda Ridgeline offers largest interior in its segment and best-in-class standard AWD model payload capacity. And of course the popular In-Bed Truck® lockable storage compartment!
The exterior takes on a whole new look starting with a complete overhaul of the front grille. Upright positioning and bold new grating start the visual evolution. The expressive new grille is complimented by new brighter LED headlights on either side. Eyes move from there to the all-new front fenders and hood. The new aggressive look is enhanced by new skid plates and broad side vents. These new elements add visual appeal and improve aerodynamics. The rear bumper has been restyled with new trim exhaust outlets. All Ridgeline models come standard with 18″ wheels and an extra 20 mm of track width to further enhance its stalwart appearance. A new Radiant Red Metallic color has been added to the 2021 Honda Ridgeline color palette.
A new post-production HDP package has been developed for the Ridgeline. Developed with Honda’s U.S. based racing company, this package adds an HDP emblem, black fender flares, special HDP exterior graphics and bronze colored wheels.
Inside, the new Ridgeline offers wireless charging and contract stitching in seats. The Sport trim adds new cloth seat inserts and the Sport, RTL and RTL-E all feature a redesigned dashboard, steering wheel and center console layout.
Performance-wise, the Ridgeline offers excellent handling, versatility and off-road capabilities with its 280-horsepower 3.5-liter direct-injected VTEC® V6 engine. Exceptional handing via a 9-speed automatic transmission and i-VTM4® torque-vectoring all-wheel drive will be standard across all 2021 Honda Ridgeline Trim levels. The Intelligent Traction Dynamics System, which optimizes power delivery across various driving conditions (think snow, mud, sand, and plain old pavement), is also standard.