2017 Honda Ridgeline spied
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2017 Honda Ridgeline spied front 3/4
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2017 Honda Ridgeline front 3/4
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2017 Honda Ridgeline prototype front 3/4
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2017 Honda Ridgeline prototype spied front 3/4
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2017 Honda Ridgeline prototype profile
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2017 Honda Ridgeline prototype side
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2017 Honda Ridgeline spied profile
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2017 Honda Ridgeline spied side
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2017 Honda Ridgeline spied rear 3/4
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Honda Ridgeline spied rear 3/4
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2017 Honda Ridgeline prototype rear 3/4
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2017 Honda Ridgeline prototype spy shot
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2017 Honda Ridgeline prototype front
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2017 Honda Ridgeline front
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2017 Honda Ridgeline prototype rear
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2017 Honda Ridgeline camouflaged
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2017 Honda Ridgeline camouflaged above
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2017 Honda Ridgeline spied bed
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2017 Honda Ridgeline spied cabin
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2017 Honda Ridgeline spied cockpit
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2017 Honda Ridgeline spied bed
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Honda is preparing to roll out its all-new, second-generation Ridgeline. And while we've seen several hints at what it will look like, this is our best look yet. This prototype has dropped all the heavy body cladding and shows its overall shape.

As you can see from these latest spy shots, the new Honda Ridgeline will adopt a more conventional form than the model it replaces. So while it still has a bit of a flying buttress behind the C-pillar and above the front of the pickup bed, it looks nowhere near as deep and enveloping one on the outgoing model. The bed also appears to incorporate lighting into its liner.

The new Ridgeline still appears to optimize the quad-cab to short-bed ratio proportions. However it looks set to compete more actively in the resurgent midsize pickup market than its segment-defying predecessor. In that regard, Honda aims to more directly take on the likes of the Toyota Tacoma, Nissan Frontier, and Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon.

What we can't see from these spy shots are details like the lights and grille treatment. However the Baja show truck revealed at SEMA mere weeks ago provided glimpses at those elements. Combine that with the still-camouflaged prototype pictured here, and we're starting to get a pretty solid idea of what the four-door pickup will look like once it reaches production.

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