All-New 2024 Honda Ridgeline from $39,750 in The U.S.

The Ridgeline is on track for its best year ever and Honda has announced the 2024 model will begin at $39,750.

Currently arriving at dealerships, the facelifted Ridgeline costs $950 more than its predecessor and gains a 7-inch digital instrument cluster as well as a larger 9-inch display. Buyers will also find a new center console, an updated grille, and a revamped tailgate with “Ridgeline” lettering.

On top of that, the Ridgeline Sport comes equipped with LED lighting units, rear privacy glass, and 18-inch alloy wheels. Other highlights include a tri-zone automatic climate control system, HomeLink, and a seven-speaker audio system.
The unibody pickup comes with a host of driver assistance systems including Adaptive Cruise Control, Collision Mitigation Braking, Road Departure Mitigation, and Lane Keeping Assist / Lane Departure Warning. They’re joined by Automatic High-Beam Headlights and Forward Collision Warning.

Moving up the trim ladder is the Ridgeline RTL, which begins at $42,580. It sports an acoustic windshield, a moonroof, and a power sliding rear window.
Bigger changes occur inside as customers will find heated leather front seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. They’re joined by additional safety features including a Cross Traffic Monitor and a Blind Spot Information System.
The big news for 2024 is the rugged TrailSport trim, which costs $44,980. Since this model was designed to venture off the beaten path, it comes equipped with underbody protection, all-terrain tires, and an off-road focused suspension. They’re joined by special floor mats and synthetic leather seats with orange contrast stitching.

Besides the rugged touches, the truck has a handful of extra features including a heated leather steering wheel and a wireless smartphone charger. Honda also throws in illuminated cup holders, an ambient lighting system, and GPS navigation.

The range-topping Ridgeline Black Edition begins at $46,350 and eschews the off-road upgrades. Instead, it has heated and ventilated leather front seats, heated rear seats, and an eight-speaker premium audio system. Other highlights include a bed with LED lights as well as a power outlet.

All Ridgelines have a 3.5-liter V6 developing 280 hp (209 kW / 284 PS) and 262 lb-ft (355 Nm) of torque. It’s paired to a nine-speed automatic transmission and a standard all-wheel drive system. This setup gives the truck a fuel economy rating of up to 18 mpg city, 24 mpg highway, and 21 mpg combined.

TrimMSRPMSRP + DestinationEPA Rating
Black Edition$46,350$47,72518/24/21

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