Although the the Honda Ridgeline won’t be getting much of an update for 2011, it will at least carry the same 2010 price tag of just $28,900. That’s not bad for what might be the most car-like full-size pickup on the market.
That price of admission gets drivers into a vehicle that supplies the best of both worlds. The Ridgeline is a true pickup, with a half-ton payload rating and the ability to tow up to 5,000 lbs., while also boasting Honda’s robust Variable Torque Management four-wheel-drive system. The system not only improves traction in challenging driving conditions, but it enhances the Ridgeline’s towing performance as well by optimizing torque distribution to each of its four wheels. Pulling capability is further improved by standard equipment like an integrated tow hitch, transmission and oil coolers, heavy-duty brakes, dual radiator fans and a wiring harness that’s compatible with a seven-pin trailer hookup.
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