Honda Teases with Redesigned Ridgeline Sketch

Here at DCH Gardena Honda, we've had a soft spot for the Honda Ridgeline pickup truck ever since it came onto the automotive scene in the mid-2000s.  Since then, it's can-do capability and rugged good lucks have won customers over, both here in Gardena, CA and beyond.  It's had a stellar year, as sales for 2013 are up 29 percent so far, but Honda is about to make a good thing even better.

The Japanese automaker recently revealed that it is redesigning the Ridgeline and is halting production of the current middle sometime in the middle of next year.  At the same time, the company released a sketch that gives us a good idea of what the profile of the all-new will look like, and we have to say, we like what we see.

The first-generation of the Ridgeline earned both the 2006 North American Truck of the Year and Motor Trend Truck of the Year, and we're sure that the automaker will knock this redesign right out of the park, too.

Michael Accavitti, Senior VP of Automobile Operations for American Honda Motor Co., Inc., explains that the Ridgeline will have much more of a presence in the company's lineup, and will bolster an already great light truck lineup.

We can't wait until more information is revealed, but for now, we encourage you to check out all of the great new models that we already have in stock at our Los Angeles area dealership.  Contact our team to schedule a test drive today.

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