It is in a unique class of its own-this is what describes the 2012 Honda Ridgeline Truck. Honda actually classifies the Honda Ridgeline as a truck, even though it closely resembles an SUV. For some, this is not their car of choice, but with a close look at its features, the Honda Ridgeline Truck proves to be a vehicle with combined functionality-the power of a truck with the comforts of an SUV.
The 2012 Honda Ridgeline SUV gets its impressive power from the 3.5Li V6 SOHC engine. The engine is noticeably similar to those of many SUVs available today, but the impeccable towing power of the Honda Ridgeline is what sets this vehicle apart from family SUVs. It has a towing power of 2268 kilograms while driving with an output of 250 horsepower. With the 17" steel wheels and four-wheel-drive, the Honda Ridgeline Truck is perfect for all-terrain driving. In addition, the extra in-bed trunk is available for that added cargo space you need. The fuel efficiency at 15-city- and 21-highway-mpg is not as impressive as that of its competitors, but the comfort of an SUV is unique to the Honda Ridgeline. With five seating capacity, there is enough space for adult passengers.
For the exterior design, the Honda Ridgeline Truck has a dual action tailgate and an in-bed trunk. Other basic features include a remote entry system, heavy-duty hooks for towing, integrated bed lights, fog lights, and a standard security system. All models are air conditioned with an air filtration system and dual-zone climate control.