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2018 Honda Ridgeline Redesign

2018 Honda Ridgeline Concept

This 2018 Honda Ridgeline Black Edition promises to perform just as well as its predecessor. The model was launched in January this year at the North American International Car Show. Its engine is the same as in the past and has retained the status of unibody automobile. In addition, it has intelligent VTM-4 Eco Help System Honda Sensing, Tire pressure Monitoring System and Honda Sensing.

Inside the 2018 Honda Ridgeline Black Edition has managed to create a balance between the quiet style of the SUV and the hardworking midsized truck. The front and rear seats offer room enough for five passengers and are pleasantly comfortable. The design comes with modern features such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The rear seat has a 60/40 split against the back of the cab which allows for gear to be carried inside the cab. The split rear seat provides enough space for a bicycle.

New structure design has bought the truck back to looking more like a traditional truck. The sloped buttresses disappeared with the 2017 Ridgeline and new features were added. The in-bed-trunk is perfect for items out of view and the bed’s tailgate not only lowered like the traditional tailgate truck drivers are accustomed to, but it can also be opened from the side, like a station waggon.

The price of the 2018 Honda Ridgeline is expected to be the same as the 2017 Ridgeline with prices starting at $30, 375. The top-of-the-line Black Edition which comes black wheels a chrome grille and special interior start at $43,770. It is expected that the release date for the 2018 Honda Ridgeline Black Edition will be later in 2017. It was expected to be debuted at the beginning of 2017 but this has not materialised.

The expected upgrades to the 2017 model are eagerly anticipated when the car is finally showcased. The 2018 Honda Ridgeline is expected to be a real hit with drivers looking for the advantages of a truck and the comfort of an SUV. For city manoeuvring, it couldn’t be better. Fans of the 2018 Honda Ridgeline Black Edition love the dual tailgate which makes the tailgate higher than in traditional trucks. Other reviewers were pleased with the power of the engine together with the smoothness of the drive.