RT 4x4 Standard Cab 122 in. WB
2006 Honda Ridgeline

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Engine Engine 3.5LV-6
MPG MPG 16 City / 21 Hwy
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2006 Ridgeline Overview

With this new Ridgeline pickup truck, Honda has taken everything that's good about the Odyssey minivan, the Element SUV and Pilot SUV, and made the newest, most innovative pickup truck on the American market.

The all-new 2006 Honda Ridgeline doesn't look or act like any other pickup truck we've ever driven.It has a family storage solution in its bed that no other pickup truck can match.And it won't cost an arm and a leg to buy or to operate.Honda says the main competition for the Ridgeline comes from Dodge Dakota, Chevrolet Colorado, Ford Explorer Sport Trac and Toyota Tacoma on size and function.

Pickup trucks have traditionally been built with a separate nose section, cab section, and cargo bed, bolted to a separate ladder frame, but this first Honda pickup uses both a welded unibody construction and a steel ladder frame, welded together, with the cab and cargo bed made as one piece, with separate subframes for the engine, front suspension and rear suspension.Honda says it is 20 times more resistant to twisting than any other pickup truck, and 3.5 times more resistant to bending.Honda says the Ridgeline can carry 1550 pounds of cargo or tow up to 5000 pounds.

The Ridgeline is one of the nicest midsize trucks we've driven in terms of comfort and ease of use, though some of the others in this class have a bit more dash and flash inside.At the high end, Ridgeline will be offered with a DVD satellite navigation system, displayed on an eight-inch-wide screen, plus XM Satellite Radio, leather seating surfaces and a moonroof.
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2006 Ridgeline Overview

With this new Ridgeline pickup truck, Honda has taken everything that's good about the Odyssey minivan, the Element SUV and Pilot SUV, and made the newest, most innovative pickup truck on the American market.

The all-new 2006 Honda Ridgeline doesn't look or act like any other pickup truck we've ever driven.It has a family storage solution in its bed that no other pickup truck can match.And it won't cost an arm and a leg to buy or to operate.Honda says the main competition for the Ridgeline comes from Dodge Dakota, Chevrolet Colorado, Ford Explorer Sport Trac and Toyota Tacoma on size and function.

Pickup trucks have traditionally been built with a separate nose section, cab section, and cargo bed, bolted to a separate ladder frame, but this first Honda pickup uses both a welded unibody construction and a steel ladder frame, welded together, with the cab and cargo bed made as one piece, with separate subframes for the engine, front suspension and rear suspension.Honda says it is 20 times more resistant to twisting than any other pickup truck, and 3.5 times more resistant to bending.Honda says the Ridgeline can carry 1550 pounds of cargo or tow up to 5000 pounds.

The Ridgeline is one of the nicest midsize trucks we've driven in terms of comfort and ease of use, though some of the others in this class have a bit more dash and flash inside.At the high end, Ridgeline will be offered with a DVD satellite navigation system, displayed on an eight-inch-wide screen, plus XM Satellite Radio, leather seating surfaces and a moonroof.Hide Full Review