HONDA Ridgeline Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 4
First production year: 2005
Engines: , Gasoline
Body style: Truck

2021 - Present

Looking for mechanical updates? Well, don’t, because the 2021 Ridgeline doesn’t have any. It seems that the 2021 Ridgeline went on steroids to achieve the new makeover, probably because Honda observed that Americans are more attracted to big pick-ups, like Dodge’s. The new Ridgeline was mostly focused on style, bringing a new hood, a new dual exhaust, new fenders and a completely new face...

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  HONDA Ridgeline 3.5L 9AT AWD (280 HP)

2016 - 2020

The light pickup-truck from Honda received a new generation in 2016, after two years of absence on the market. It returned with the same idea of offering a leisure truck instead of a workhorse. The Ridgeline was the first one-ton pickup-truck built by Honda and it was built using a combination of unibody bodywork. Its concept was good to decrease the vehicle's mass, but with the cost of ...

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  HONDA Ridgeline 3.5L V6 6AT 4x2 (280 HP)

  HONDA Ridgeline 3.5L V6 6AT 4x4 (280 HP)

2009 - 2014

The 2009 Honda Ridgeline was a mild facelift for the first generation of the Japanese pickup-truck that was launched in 2005 as a 2006 model. After the facelift, it was better equipped. In 2005, on the American market, a pickup-truck meant a V8 under the hood, a body-on-frame construction, and a solid rear axle. It was a true workhorse and the small versions built for daily driving was still ...

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  HONDA Ridgeline 3.5 V6 5AT (250 HP)

2005 - 2009

Honda dared to throw a punch to the pickup market when it introduced the Ridgeline in 2005, as the first vehicle of its kind that didn't rely on a chassis. Most pickup customers were concerned about two key factors: loading and pulling. Honda knew that it couldn't pull as a full-size V-8 pickup. It couldn't pull even as hard as a V-8 powered F-150, but it could do better than m...

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