Pricing has been announced on the 2021 Honda Ridgeline, which debuts for the new model year with fresh styling and enhanced features. Honda’s midsize five-passenger pickup unveils the new look to project a bolder and more rugged mission – underscoring its versatile pickup truck capabilities.
At the nose, there is all-new sheet metal from the front A-pillars forward, which includes a new “power bulge” hood, upright grilles, squared-off nose, and new fenders. New LED headlights, and trim-specific finishes, complete the new look. At the rear, Honda has reshaped the bumper to expose new twin exhaust outlets.
New 18-inch wheels, and a slightly wider track, give the Ridgeline a more planted and assertive appearance. Lastly, new tires feature more aggressive sidewall and shoulder design.
Inside the cabin, the 2021 model gains a rotary volume control knob and wireless phone charging. There is new contrasting stitch on the seat upholstery, and enhanced seat inserts and dash, steering wheel, and center console accents on some trims.
For those seeking an even more aggressive appearance, Honda Performance Development (HPD) has engineered a new HPD Package for the Ridgeline. This includes black fender flares, distinctive grille, bronze-colored wheels, and unique graphics.
All 2021 Honda Ridgelines are powered by a standard 3.5-liter V6 (280 hp/262 lb-ft of torque) sending power through a 9-speed automatic to Honda’s i-VTM4 torque-vectoring all-wheel drive system – now standard across all models.
In terms of safety, 2021 Honda Ridgeline models come standard with the Honda Sensing suite of safety and driver-assistive technologies, which includes a Collision Mitigation Braking System.
The 2021 Honda Ridgeline starts at $36,490. If you are looking for a more accurate idea of pricing, you can build and price a Ridgeline on Honda’s official web site.