2021 Honda Ridgeline pickup truck will attract many updatesOctober 8, 2020
The Honda Ridgeline pickup has been seriously revamped in the new prayer year. With this upgrade, the Japanese brand plans to make the model even more attractive to buyers.
The outgoing Honda Ridgeline has been styled in the spirit of today’s popular crossovers. The updated pickup looks stiffer and more aggressive.
Honda used new sheet metal, gave the hood of the pickup a more bulging, redesigned fenders, updated LED headlights, and fitted a new grille and twin tailpipes. In some versions, the exterior of the updated pickup is complemented by chrome decor and a black glossy strip connecting the headlights.
Regardless of the configuration, the pickup gets new 18-inch wheels, which have become stiffer.
Honda Performance Development (HPD) will also be available for purchase. These are the original grille, black fender flares, bronze rims and special HPD graphics.
The interior has also changed: a new multimedia with a physical knob for adjusting the volume, in the Sport version there are chairs with fabric inserts and contrasting stitching, etc. The technical part was not affected by the update. The engine is standard: a 3.5-liter VTEC V6 with 280 hp. and 355 Nm of torque, combined with 9-speed automatic transmission. The Honda Ridgeline has front-wheel drive, but all-wheel drive is also available.
Earlier, AutoTimesNews talked about the 1948 Ford F-1 pickup truck, which was radically transformed after being in the hands of tuners. The craftsmen tried to make the 72-year-old truck more modern in the spirit of the current F-series. What came of this – read our material.
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