2012 Honda Ridgeline designed with four-door and capable to carries five adult passengers. The attitude and style characterize its own as one of the vehicles in compact pickup trucks class. Discover the many standard features when compared with other trucks generally. Get the quality sedan while riding it on the street which combined by workhorse practicality. Recently, itâ€™s available in four models offered: from the base 2012 Honda Ridgeline RT, Sport, RTS, RTL, and plus one optional trim, such as: RTL with Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation Systemâ„¢.
2012 Honda Ridgeline Performance
The 2012 Honda Ridgeline powered by 3.5-liter 24-valve SOHC VTECÂ® V-6 engine that generates up to 250-horsepower and 247 lb-ft of torque. The reason, youâ€™ll get the nice towing capability, efficiency and power were united. Experience your next adventures through advance 4-wheel independent suspension and chassis. Mix the engine with five-speed automatic transmission and Variable Torque ManagementÂ® (VTM-4Â®) 4-Wheel Drive System.
2012 Honda Ridgeline Exterior
This year of new 2012 Honda Ridgeline is not much different than predecessor. Exude your personal character with new grille design and manly lines. Also features the fog lights and 18-inch alloy wheels (Sport & RTL trims only). Other exterior features, such as: an integrated closed-box frame with unit-body construction & a Steel-Reinforced Composite (SRC) cargo bed.
2012 Honda Ridgeline Interior
Spacious interior affect much for the driver and passenger, especially on the comfort seat, feel the made well interior, and a lot of features with big controls. Some of the highlight interior features, such as: Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System with Voice Recognition & Rearview Camera, dual-zone automatic climate control system with air-filtration, 60/40 split rear seats, heated front seats, moonroof, and more.
2012 Honda Ridgeline Prices and Rivals
Honda Ridgeline 2012 show the MSRP starting prices at $29,250 for RT model, $29,995 for Sport trim, $31,955 for RTS, $34,830 for RTL, and $37,180 for RTL with Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation Systemâ„¢. While in the compact pickup trucks class United States segment market, there are several competitors, likes Toyota Tacoma, Suzuki Equator, Chevrolet Colorado, Nissan Frontier, and GMC Canyon.