How Many MPG Does the 2017 Honda Ridgeline Get?
The 2017 Honda Ridgeline is capable of achieving 19 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway. 2
|Torque:||262 LB-FT @ 4,700 RPM|
The short answer is almost everything. It's easy to see why the truck immediately earned an A in the Edmunds shopping guide. Honda kept a few important details from the retired Ridgeline series. You'll still find the smart watertight trunk that's hidden under the bed. It can double as a cooler, thanks to the drain plugs. The tailgate lowers down or swings out, an exclusive feature. For 2017, the Ridgeline is a better, more competitive truck. Tossing out the old fiberglass design, Engineers devised a new bed out of sheet-molding compound plastic. The substance resists dents, scratches and sun bleaching. This new body is lighter weight for better fuel economy and tougher for greater hauling capacity. That's a good thing because the 280-horsepower engine is ready to do some serious work. The truck's improved fuel economy is 26 mpg highway. Fuel cylinder management helps reduce the V-6's thirsty nature. Likewise you can opt for a stop-start system to save you money at every stoplight. Leading the midsize pickup class, the new truck can haul 1,584 pounds with its AWD edition. This model can tow 5,000 pounds and comes equipped with a trailer hitch. The front-wheel drive edition hauls 1,465 pounds and tows 3,500 pounds.
With a design similar to the popular Honda Pilot, the interior is spacious, well-appointed, and rich with amenities. Every Ridgeline comes with a multi-information screen and a five-inch audio display screen. A rearview camera, Bluetooth streaming, and a USB port add to the contemporary standards. With the higher edition touchscreen, buyers also get Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Navigation, HD radio, and SMS text messaging round out the system. With the middle and upper trims, you can enjoy stylish leather upholstery and power-adjusting front seats with power-heated cushioning. Other unique styling elements include the Sport's red interior footwell lighting and the Black Edition's special black leather seats with red perforations and red stitching. In every Ridgeline, the back seat doubles as a cargo hold with 60/40 split seats.
Clearly this is one truck that treats its passengers as well as any SUV. Unlike most trucks today, you can get a whole suite of crash avoidance options. One system watches the blind zone and rear cross traffic. An assist feature and road departure mitigation are added to improve the lane watch function. The forward collision warning is strengthened by automated emergency braking.
You can test drive the Ridgeline now at our dealership. The truck is available in seven trims. Our knowledgeable staff can tell you more about its unique utility features. Find your best deal today.
 MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, destination charge and options. Dealer prices may vary.
 Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.
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