The Honda Ridgeline Adopts Traditional Stylish Cues

Indecisive buyers found comfort in the Honda’s approach to hefty hauling; its Honda Ridgeline blended characteristics of a pickup and a crossover. Its body cladding helped chisel it out a place in the truck segment for years, there appealing to this unique set of drivers. Now after taking a short hiatus, the Honda Ridgeline is back, only this time around it’s taken a more traditional approach to engineering.

Sure the convenient and spacious nature of a crossover still influence the Honda Ridgeline but its exterior finish looks to be more truck-orientated. This design switch should attract more traditional truck drivers behind the wheel, and while much of the Honda Ridgeline’s details remain under lock and key, the Honda brand has released images of the Honda Ridgeline.


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Those wanting to learn more about this highly anticipated truck should keep their eye out for the North American International Auto Show in Detroit as well as the Super Bowl, where Honda will continue to reveal information until its big late 2016/early 2017 arrival here in our new inventory at DCH Gardena Honda in Gardena.

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