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The 2017 Honda Ridgeline comes to market with a six-speed automatic and a new 3.5-liter V6, but really, it's the tailgate equipment that we're digging.

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Unibody Truck Arrives With Standard V6 Power, In-Bed Stereo System

Standard V6 power, a handsome face, all the tailgating goodness from the first-gen model, and an industry first in-bed stereo. Meet the 2017 Honda Ridgeline.

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The Honda Ridgeline returns, with an all-new model set to debut at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show in January.

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The Honda Ridgeline Baja Race Truck we saw at SEMA finished first in its class on its race debut in the SCORE Baja 1000. It was the only entry in its class.

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Honda prototype's for the upcoming second-generation Ridgeline has been spied without body cladding and wearing only a camo wrap, giving us a better idea of what to expect.

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Plus: Our Full Roundup Of SEMA Coverage

We take a trip to Las Vegas for a recap of the 2015 SEMA show, the trade show for automotive aftermarket professionals and enthusiasts. Autoblog's Eddie Sabatini reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute. Featuring commentary from Senior Editor Greg Migliore.

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The Honda Ridgeline Baja Race Truck is competing in the Baja 1000 this year, and its styling points toward the look of production model for 2016.

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Among the various modified vehicles that Honda has lined up for the SEMA show in Las Vegas this year will be a concept previewing the 2017 Ridgeline pickup.

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Honda is giving us a glimpse of its next-generation Ridgeline pickup truck, previewed in a sketch released here at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show.

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Honda announces it will reveal the new third-generation Pilot and Acura RDX crossovers at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show, along with a styling preview of the next Ridgeline pickup.

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While Honda already announced plans to take its front driver's side Takata airbag inflator recall nationwide, the automaker has now officially reported on the number of affected vehicles and the specific models in need of repair. The expanded campaign covers an estimated 5.4 million units across the US, including those already being fixed under the previous regional actions. That number is an expansion of the five million units initially reported by NHTSA.

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Last year, Honda gave us the first furtive glance at the next-generation Ridgeline with a shadowy photo of it in profile (above), and it promised that the pickup would "come to market in less than two years." That would have put the truck on track for a 2015 debut, but the automaker hasn't said anything more officially about the new model since then.

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Despite an aging design and low sales, Honda has remained committed to its Ridgeline pickup truck. Now, in its first official confirmation of a next-gen Ridgeline, Honda has released a teaser sketch (click to enlarge) of the new truck and promised a debut within two years, as previously reported.

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Like many smaller trucks, the Honda Ridgeline has been left to stagnate on the market for far too many years. With production of the current model reportedly winding down later next year before production of the next-gen model picks up in 2016, Honda is sending the 2014 Ridgeline out with some style courtesy of a new Special Edition trim level.

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Three years ago, Honda said there would be no new-generation Honda Ridgeline coming in 2011. In late 2011, when there was still no word on a replacement for the little truck that's been carrying on pretty much the same since 2006, within the space of a month both Honda's US truck planner and the CEO of American Honda said the Ridgeline would continue and that it was an integral part of the lineup.

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According to a new study by Black Book, the fact that there are fewer mid-sized pickup truck options on the market is driving up the retail cost of used models. During the month of June, used vehicles from model years 2007-2011 depreciated an average of 1.3 percent across the board, but midsize pickups of the same year saw their value decrease by just 0.7 percent on average. Look across the past year, and the market as a whole saw those cars depreciate by 13.7 percent while midsize pickups saw t

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Taking a detailed look at the Honda lineup in the US, it isn't hard to see the strength of some models and the weaknesses of others. A recent report on Autoline Daily points out that its five core models – the Accord, Civic, CR-V, Odyssey and Pilot – make up a full 93 percent of Honda's sales in the US. Through April, Honda has sold 419,798 vehicles, and 389,474 of them were from these core models; not to mention the fact that the Accord was the top-selling car in the US last month.

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