Our Inventory

Let us help you find your next vehicle.

2022 Honda Ridgeline EX-L AWD | One-Owner

Leather Seats, Heated Front & Rear Seats, Heated Steering Wheel, Remote Start, Power Sunroof


Plus Taxes & LicensingSold

Leather Seats, Heated Front & Rear Seats, Heated Steering Wheel, Remote Start, Power Sunroof, Blind-Spot Monitoring, 8” Infotainment Touchscreen, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, Tri-Zone Climate Control, Adaptive Cruise Control, 7-Speaker Sound System, Wireless Smartphone Charger, Dual-Action Tailgate, In-Bed Trunk, Trailer Tow, 18” Alloy Wheels, 9-Speed Automatic Transmission with Shift Paddles, 3.5L V6, Fuel-Saving Cylinder Deactivation, Automatic Stop/Start System, Driver-Selectable Modes include Normal, Snow, Sand, and Mud; Balance of Factory Warranty and 26,838 KM

47,500 +tax 350 Bi-Weekly | Payment includes tax & transfer, ZERO cash down. Financing Bi-Weekly, Weekly & Monthly payments and NO Payments for 90-days available | NO Dealer Fees & NO Admin Fees

The Honda Ridgeline returns for 2022 in unchanged form. It remains a midsize pickup with a spacious 4-door cab and seating for five. Unlike most pickups, the Ridgeline is built on a unit-body chassis. Its body and frame are one. Most pickups have a body-on-frame chassis. Though seen by some as crude, that old-school design is durable, and it works well for towing and off-roading.

Because the Ridgeline is closely related to the Honda Pilot, it feels like that SUV from the driver’s seat. In other words, the Ridgeline is comfortable and composed like a crossover SUV, but with a handy bed and a standard all-wheel-drive (AWD) system. The unibody chassis has also been strengthened for truck duty.

Indeed, the 2022 Ridgeline is a highly capable pickup, and the AWD system benefits from a multi-mode terrain response feature designed to keep this Honda moving on a variety of slippery surfaces.

At the same time, the 2022 Honda Ridgeline can tow up to 5,000 pounds, which is more than you’ll need for a good-size tent trailer. It also has a respectable maximum payload of 1,580 pounds, in a bed that boasts a handy built-in trunk and 4 feet of space between its wheel wells.

Honda’s pickup is quiet and easy-going, a fine everyday machine that can be enjoyed on pavement and dirt alike.

The 3.5-liter V6 with its 280 horsepower has great torque. What’s more, power is sent to the wheels via a 9-speed automatic transmission with shift paddles that work well when you want to grab a downshift or two on steep mountain grades. The suspension tuning of the Honda Ridgeline is excellent. It’s firm enough to support a payload of 1,583 pounds but without destroying the ride quality. Indeed, this Honda soaks up bumps well, helping to make the Ridgeline a great long-distance companion, aided by standard adaptive cruise control.

You can also enjoy the Ridgeline on, say, that dirt road leading up to a remote campsite. Assisted by an i-VTM4 AWD system that can send as much as 70 percent of the power rearward, the Ridgeline keeps moving forward, even in very tricky conditions. Clutches on both sides of the rear differential automatically send power to the wheel (or wheels) getting the best traction.

Driver-selectable modes include Normal, Snow, Sand, and Mud. From the driver’s seat, you sometimes have to remind yourself that you’re not in an SUV and in a vehicle with a handy 64-inch bed. It’s a squeeze to get two motorcycles back there, but it can be done. Tailgate down, of course.

More significant, all 2022 Honda Ridgelines have a spacious 4-door cabin that accommodates five adults comfortably. And the 60/40 split rear seat — with foldaway bottoms — makes it much easier to fit awkwardly long items inside the cab. You can even put a bicycle in the back with ease.

For 2022, the Honda Ridgeline is unchanged. That’s a good thing because the Ridgeline was dramatically restyled just last year. Honda, to our eye, made the Ridgeline look more like a traditional pickup. It was a successful update. All-new sheet metal is used from the windshield pillars forward, highlighted by a hood with a power bulge, an upright grille, and a squared-off nose. Helping the Ridgeline look tougher and more muscular are 18-inch wheels, a slightly wider track, and tires with an aggressive sidewall and shoulder.

Favorite Features:
IN-BED TRUNK – The Ridgeline continues to have a lockable storage compartment in the floor of its bed that can be used for holding gear. Or, thanks to a removable drain plug, it can serve as an ice-filled cooler at your next tailgate party. It’s not new, we know, but we continue to enjoy this hidden trunk.

DUAL-ACTION TAILGATE – The tailgate of the Ridgeline folds down like that of a conventional pickup. But it also opens like a gate thanks to hinges on the driver’s side of the vehicle. Opening the Ridgeline tailgate this way allows you to get closer to whatever it is you might be trying to reach in the bed — perhaps that last A&W root beer you hope is still there below all that ice.

  • There are no features available
Type: Vehicle
Year: 2022
Make: Honda
Model: Ridgeline
Trim: EX-L
Body Style: Crew Cab
Mileage: 26841
Transmission: 9-Speed Automatic with Paddle Shifters
Price: $47,500
Bi-Weekly Payment: $350
Drivetrain: All-Wheel-Drive
Engine: 3.5L V6
Exterior Color: Radiant Red Metallic
Interior Color: Black Leather
Wheels: 18" Alloy
Fuel: Gasoline
Warranty: Transferable Factory
Back to top