Honda Ridgeline Cars & Parts

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Honda Ridgeline
The Ridgeline is a new crossover truck/SUV thing made by Honda since 2006. It won Motor Trend's Truck of the Year in 2006. With a combined ladder and unibody hybrid frame, it has the rigidity of a unibody with the carrying capacity of a ladder frame.
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The only engine offered on this truck so far is the 3.5L V6 making 247 horsepower. The transmission is a 5 speed automatic.

One of the more popular features of this truck is the 4WD traction system. The truck operates in two wheel drive in most normal conditions, with the front wheels getting all of the power. When those wheels lose traction, a locking mechanism activates the rear wheels. The four wheel drive can be locked in in first and second gear at speeds under 18mph, or in reverse up to 8mph.

These trucks have only been sold for a couple years, so finding one of the used market can be difficult. Hondas generally have higher resale value than trucks from American manufacturers. To save the most money, I suggest looking on eBay. A lot of dealers will sell their surplus stock and off-lease trade-ins on eBay because they can unload stock a lot quicker that way.

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The specs and history of this car / truck / vehicle were found from various sources, including Car & Driver, Motor Trend, Road & Track, online car websites, and TV shows like Motor Week, Top Gear, and Car Crazy. If any of my car history data is incorrect, please give me a history lesson by emailing me at carhistory ['AT' Symbol] (I removed the @ in hopes that it will prevent spam)