2021 Honda Ridgeline Updated, Gets A Sturdier Look
The automaker did not reveal the pricing details
Honda has updated the second-gen Ridgeline giving it a more truck-like appearance in the mid-cycle refresh. The 2021 Honda Ridgeline facelift includes a completely fresh sheet metal in front of the A-pillar, a pair of strong-looking fenders, and a taller hood. Other changes include a revamped front bumper cover with sharper corners.
Not much is changed in the side profile, however, at the rear, we can see exposed tailpipes replacing the hidden down-exit exhaust. Inside, it now has the updated Honda infotainment system with a physical volume knob.
Those who want their truck look different can opt for the new Honda Performance Development design package in addition to the Utility, Function, and Function+.
The new truck still has the in-bed truck, foldable seats, ample passenger space, and exceptional comfort both on and off-road.
The automaker did not reveal the pricing details but we know that the 2021 Honda Ridgeline will hit the showroom at the start of next year.
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