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2023 Honda Ridgeline Touring, ONLY 5,500 KM (2 Sets of Wheels)

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


Plus Taxes & Licensing

Power Sunroof, Leather Seats, Heated Front & Rear Seats, Ventilated Front Seats, Heated Steering Wheel, Remote Start, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Keeping Assist System, Blind Spot Information, Rear Cross Traffic Monitor, 8” Infotainment Touchscreen, Apple Carplay/Android Auto, Tri-Zone Climate Control, 540-watt AM/FM Premium Audio System with 8 Speakers Including Subwoofer, Wireless Smartphone Charging, Multi-Angle Rearview Camera, Power Sliding Rear Window, 60/40 Lift-Up Rear Seat with Under-Seat Storage, Dual-Action Tailgate, Dual Exhaust with Chrome Finishers, In-Bed Trunk, Trailer Tow, 18” Alloy Wheels, 9-Speed Automatic Transmission with Shift Paddles, 3.5L V6, Fuel-Saving Cylinder Deactivation, Intelligent Variable Torque Management AWD System, ECON Mode Button, Intelligent Traction Management System (Snow/Sand/Mud), Balance of Factory Warranty and 5,506 KM

49,999 or 409 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 2023 Honda Ridgeline is a midsize pickup with a twist. It’s based on an SUV, which enhances refinement.

Sharing a foundation with the excellent Honda Pilot midsize SUV, the 2023 Ridgeline pickup has a unibody (or one-piece) construction. Most rivals employ the time-honored body-on-frame approach. That’s great for towing and for rugged off-road antics, not so good on an everyday basis when there’s the school run and/or the commute to tackle.

A lot of midsize trucks are bought for work; the Ridgeline is more for play. The bed isn’t tremendously big, but it can hold camping gear, ski gear, and all that kind of stuff.

As such, the 2023 Ridgeline has its own special appeal with a pleasant, SUV-like driving experience. The fact that it’s made by Honda brings reassurance to the decision-making.

Driving The 2023 Honda Ridgeline – Civilized and easy to live with during the week, ready for road trips and adventures come the weekend, the 2023 Ridgeline could easily be the sole family vehicle. As long as it’s a family that’s going to use and appreciate the pickup bed behind them.

It’s easy to forget the Ridgeline is a midsize truck and not an SUV, because it sure drives like an SUV. An independent rear suspension means a much better ride quality than old-school leaf springs. Yet the Ridgeline can still cope with a maximum payload of 1,583 pounds, roughly the weight of a cow.

Fortunately, the engine’s 262 lb-ft of torque is sufficient to get things moving. And the transmission has shift paddles mounted behind the steering wheel, for those times when the driver wants to change gears instead of just leaving the automatic setup to its own devices.

Standard all-wheel drive, snow/sand/mud modes, and ground clearance of 7.64 inches also contribute to off-road ability. A dirt road should present no problems.

Interior Comfort—The Ridgeline’s classy SUV roots come through in this roomy and refined 5-seater cabin, which features standard active noise cancellation to keep it quiet. The rear seats also have extra tricks. They can provide under-cushion storage or flip up to create enough space for a bicycle.

Exterior Styling—The 2023 Ridgeline midsize truck is available only as a crew cab with the usual four doors and has a one-bed length of 5.3 feet.

That might take a few dirt bikes — as long as the tailgate stays down, stretching accommodations to 6.9 feet. A spray-in bed liner is unnecessary, as the cargo area floor is made of a scratch-resistant/dent-resistant composite. It also houses eight heavy-duty tie-down cleats. Every version of the 2023 Ridgeline pickup runs on 18-inch alloy wheels. The mid-range trims have them finished in Pewter Gray.

Favorite Features:
1. Tri-zone automatic climate control – It’s the kind of thing more often found in luxury vehicles and helps keep everyone on board as comfortable as possible.

2. Apple CarPlay/Android Auto – Smartphone integration is another feature across the 2023 Ridgeline range. This allows users to run certain apps through the vehicle’s infotainment system.

3. Convenient 2-way tailgate – Like most tailgates, it flips down (and can take 300 pounds sitting on it). But then it does this trick: It can open from the side instead.

4. Lockable in-bed trunk—This 7.3-cubic-foot storage area beneath the bed keeps precious items secure and out of sight.

Engine & Transmission – Honda deploys a smooth-running 3.5-liter V6 in every 2023 Ridgeline truck. It makes 280 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque on a supply of regular gasoline. This output goes to all four wheels through a 9-speed automatic transmission. The engine has a stop/restart function and can also deactivate a cylinder or two to help save fuel.

The maximum towing capacity is 5,000 pounds.

LASTLY: The Honda Ridgeline brought something totally new and different to the pickup segment before other unibody trucks like the Hyundai Santa Cruz and Ford Maverick hit the market. Despite those other crossover-based trucks being on sale now, the 2023 Honda Ridgeline still offers a unique proposition as the only midsize unibody pickup out there. Its lovely road manners may be matched and bested by the Hyundai, but the larger Honda offers significantly more utility and space. Plus, its advantages over others in the highly competitive midsize truck space remain.

No midsize pickup rides and comports itself better on the road than the Ridgeline, making it this truck’s biggest selling point. Most trucks give off the rough-and-tumble vibes when cruising around town, but the Ridgeline is so SUV-like that you may as well be driving a Honda Pilot with a bed (because that’s basically what it is). The Ridgeline’s innovative swing-out tailgate tech continues to be a segment-exclusive feature—we loved it on our long-term Ridgeline test truck.

AUTOBLOG RATING – The Honda Ridgeline is the most comfortable, car-like mid-size truck money can buy. It’s the perfect truck for most folks who don’t often do truck things, but it’s still capable when called upon.

Type: Vehicle
Year: 2023
Make: Honda
Model: Ridgeline
Trim: Touring
Body Style: Crew Cab
Mileage: 5506
Transmission: 9-Speed Automotic with Paddle Shift
Price: $49,999
Bi-Weekly Payment: $409
Drivetrain: All-Wheel-Drive
Engine: 3.5L V6
Exterior Color: Platinum White Pearl
Interior Color: Black Leather
Wheels: 18" Alloy
Fuel: Gasoline
Warranty: Transferable Factory
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