The pickup receives a new bold new styling for the 2021 model year. Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP) start at $36,490.
The Honda Ridgeline features all-new sheet metal from front roof pillars to a hood, a new squared off nose, an upright grille, new front fenders, fresh LED headlights; a body-color lower front bumper with a prominent skid plate and broad side vents creating air curtains to improve aerodynamics.
Tweaks at the rear include a reshaped rear and new twin exhaust outlets. The next Honda Ridgeline gets 18-inch wheels with new tires, and an additional 20 mm of track width; a new Radiant Red Metallic exterior color.
An additional $2,800 HPD (Honda Performance Development) Package for the 2021 Ridgeline adds a unique grille treatment, HPD graphics and emblem, black fender flares, bronze-colored wheels.
Other optional packages for this model are Utility ($1,465), Function ($270), Function+ ($1,315).
Updates in the cabin include a physical volume knob for the audio system, wireless phone charging; contrast stitching on the seats; accent on the dash, steering wheel and center console. Rear seats offer enhanced flexibility.
The Honda Sensing suite of safety and driver assistance techs comes standard.
Under the hood, the 2021 Ridgeline has a 280-hp 3.5-liter direct-injected VTEC V6 engine, a responsive 9-speed AT, i-VTM4 torque-vectoring all-wheel drive, base now.
The vehicle’s standard Intelligent Traction Dynamics System optimizes power delivery and distribution in snow, pavement, mud and sand conditions.
The Ridgeline’s EPA-rated fuel ecomony (City/Hwy/Combined) is 18/24/21.
|Trim||Price with a $1,175 destination charge|
Source: Honda USA