2006 Honda Ridgeline

Torrance, Calif. September 19, 2005


Introduced as a 2006 model in March 2005, the mid-size Ridgeline introduces a number of innovative and exclusive new features to the half-ton truck segment including a secure, lockable In-Bed Trunk(TM) with room enough to store a 72-quart cooler, three sets of golf bags or other bulky items under the pickup bed; a dual action tailgate that allows for easy loading and unloading of the In-Bed Trunk and truck bed; and the segment's first fully independent four-wheel suspension. Its unique body architecture, featuring two fully-boxed longitudinal frame rails and seven high strength steel cross members in a unitized body construction delivers vastly superior body rigidity and provides the foundation for the Ridgeline's spacious interior cabin and bed, outstanding safety performance and class-leading ride and handling performance.

Ridgeline
  • Four-Door Cab Design with spacious 5-passenger seating and re-configurable second row seating for people and/or cargo
  • 5-foot Steel Reinforced Composite (SRC) bed with six integrated heavy duty tie-down cleats and 1100-pound (1/2-ton) bed payload capacity, with minimal wheel well intrusion and dual action tailgate
  • Secure, lockable In-Bed Trunk(TM)
  • 247-horsepower, 3.5-liter SOHC VTEC V-6 engine with 245 lb.-ft. of torque
  • EPA fuel economy ratings of 16/21 for city/highway driving with a 22-gallon fuel tank and a maximum driving range of 462 miles
  • Twenty times the torsional rigidity of traditional body-on-frame truck designs
  • Best-in-class 1550 lb. total vehicle payload capacity
  • Independent front and rear suspension for improved ride and handling
  • True 5000 lb. towing capability with standard transmission and steering coolers with trailer pre-wiring factory installed
  • Advanced VTM-4 four-wheel-drive with lock mode and medium duty off-road capability
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