2019 Honda Ridgeline Hits Dealers Priced From $29,990

The 2019 Ridgeline is already available at Honda’s U.S. dealers since March 6, with an MSRP of $29,990 (plus destination charge) for the entry-level 2WD RT version.

Honda is calling the 2019 Ridgeline the “ultimate tailgate vehicle”, ideal for sporting events, picnics and other types of outdoor gatherings. With that in mind, one of its best features is the Dual Action Tailgate which offers easy access to the lockable, weather-sealed In-Bed Trunk, in-bed 115V AC power outlet and the world’s first Truck Bed Audio System.

Inside, there is a wide array of standard and optional features. Paying extra will land you goodies such as the 8-inch Display Audio touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, 3-zone automatic climate control, 8-way powered driver’s seat with adjustable lumbar support and ambient interior lighting.

For 2019, RT, Sport and RTL specs now include a second USB port (like the range-topping versions), while the RTL and RTL-T come with a power sliding rear window and a moonroof. A wide range of Honda Genuine Accessories designed specifically for the Ridgeline is also available.

Underneath the hood of Honda’s pickup truck is a 3.5-liter i-VTEC V6 mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission that puts out 280 horsepower and 262 lb-ft (355 Nm) of torque. Customers that opt for AWD models will experience Honda’s Intelligent Variable Torque Management (i-VTM4) technology that’s supposed to improve all-weather performance and handling.

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  • Six_Tymes

    i saw one on the road last week, i laughed. from the side it really looks like someone just hack sawed the back off of a Pilot. not very good looking

    • Dr Strangefinger

      I’ve maybe seen 2 of these, ever. And I’m not a fan at all. On the other hand, I see millions of other Hondas daily.

      • Moveon Libtards

        Yes, millions of other econo-aplliances from Honda. Not any special vehicles or especially thus Ridgeline failure which is the discussion, not other vehicles.

  • Craig

    I’m seriously confused. Why now? Aren’t they still selling 2018 models?

    • Zandit75

      Yep, this is ridiculously stupid. We’re not even a quarter of the way through 2018, and they are calling this a 2019 model.

      • Moveon Libtards

        Desperation at Honda

    • Bo Hanan

      The truck for people who hate trucks, and cars.

  • Liam Paul

    The Ridgeline looks like a Minivan that was turn into a truck by someone at honda who said, I only got 1 hr till quitting time, this is good enough

  • LWOAP

    Man this thing looks terrible. The previous gen was much more appealing by comparison.

    • Moveon Libtards

      And it failed also.

      GM and Ford will continue to dominate trucks.

  • MarkoS

    This does everything a lite-pickup should do and it is a good all around vehicle. I would gladly consider it if didn’t look like a chopped up pilot, Honda can do better.

  • :/ Yurr

    I just wished the head lights were more rugged looking. It just doesn’t look right on this :/

    • Moveon Libtards

      Honda obviously cant make trucks.

  • Moveon Libtards

    Remember when the media was going bananas saying the last gen Honda Ridgeline was going to take over the world of pickup trucks and leave the Big American companies like GM, Ford, and Dodge in the dust?

    Yup, okay, how did that turn out for them? Kind of like the same media proclaimed Hillary Clinton would be the next President…Dont believe the mainstream media bs.

  • Infinite1

    I can’t take any truck that has the front end of a minivan and an SUV seriously

  • dhoosee

    Absolute Joke. Hoping that this vehicle starts some sort of SUV/crossover backlash and kills the demand for trucks driven by suburban Americans who think they need a monster vehicle to drive to work and for a bag of groceries.

  • Krisnadi Imam

    Honda might actually sells better if this is an accord “el camino”… u know a sedan with a bed instead.

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