If you're looking for an Atlanta Honda Ridgeline dealership, visit us at Honda of Newnan. We know that truck buyers' needs are diverse, but overall, you probably want something that can tackle work and fun. In addition to this, you’ll also want something that can tow your equipment, carry your dirt bikes, kayaks, or equipment for work. Imagine getting all of this, plus modern tech features and the latest driver assist features, all in one package.
So why come to our dealership for your new Honda Ridgeline? Sure, there are many dealerships across the state, but we are seeking to create a long-term relationship with our customers that you won’t find just anywhere. Our on-site service center will serve you for years after you purchase or lease your new truck. You can also trade-in your older vehicle with us, and we’ll put that amount toward your new model.
The Honda Ridgeline is a midsize pickup truck that offers comfort, style, and capability. The Ridgeline debuted in 2005 as a 2006 model, and is currently in its second generation. The first generation of the Honda Ridgeline lasted from 2006 to 2016. Early models came with a 5-speed automatic transmission, had a 5,000-pound maximum towing capacity, and 8.2 inches of ground clearance for off-roading adventures. During testing, this model proved itself capable of pulling 5,000-pound boats, both on flat terrain and up boat ramps and hills as well. The first couple years of the Honda Ridgeline were great, but the model only got better with time.
The Honda Ridgeline was updated again for the 2010 model year. This update came with quite a few new changes compared to its first couple of models, some of which included Bluetooth connectivity, a satellite-linked navigation system, a backup camera, an upgraded interior, and exterior aesthetics. The 2010 Honda Ridgeline was capable of producing 250 horsepower and 247 lb-ft of torque with a V6 engine. Overall, the 2010 Honda Ridgeline was packed with more tech and a stronger engine, really improving upon the early years of this model.
The second-generation Ridgeline made its official debut for the 2017 model year and is still ongoing. That this generation really came with some major upgrades to the Ridgeline. Not only did it become even more powerful while having the best fuel-economy rating of its class, but it also came with tons of cool new tech features. For example, the third generation includes the world’s first truck bed audio system.* This, paired with its other tailgating assets such as its In-Bed Trunk and Dual Action Tailgate, really made it stand out against its competitors.
The in-bed trunk is great for cargo, but it’s also ideal for storing cold items because of its drain plug feature. Further, the Dual-Action tailgate acts like a traditional tailgate, but it can also be used as a door. Plus, the tailgate alone can hold up to 300 pounds, making it even more perfect for tailgaters. In addition to being comfy outside, you’re also pampered inside the cab with heated seating, soft-touch interior materials, and a 4.2-inch color display. The third-generation Ridgeline provided everything drivers could ask for and more.
The fourth generation started in 2021 and is ongoing. This time, Honda has upgraded the Ridgeline’s interior to hold more cargo and to provide more passenger space. Its standard V6 engine produces 280 horsepower with 262 lb-ft of torque. Further, you’ll get Honda’s terrain management system which is called the Intelligent Traction System, and it includes modes for snow, mud, and sand, which is now standard on any Ridgeline. The 2021 Honda Ridgeline comes with all these features, plus everything that the third generation offered. Let’s take a closer look at the 2021 model to really get the full picture.
As you have seen, the 2021 Honda Ridgeline packs a mean punch in terms of performance. But let’s take a look at what it can do off the pavement. The Ridgeline comes with all-terrain tires, it offers a 20:1 crawl ratio, and it has a 7.64-inch ground clearance. In addition to this, it also includes hill start assist, and it can still tow up to 5,000 pounds which means winching your friend’s ATV out of the mud will be no problem.
We also can’t forget about the 2021 Ridgeline’s aesthetic appeal. It includes a restyled front and rear end, body lines for added depth, and standard 18-inch wheels. Further, you can add on the HDP package to get bronze wheels, unique fender flares, and specialized graphics. The Ridgeline also comes in the Black Edition, which comes with black chrome accents, 18-inch gloss black alloy wheels, and gloss-black exterior moldings. This model comes in 7 different colors, including a deep blue shade, red, and all the expected neutral colors.
In addition to these features, the 2021 Ridgeline includes an 8-inch audio touch-screen display that’s compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. You’ll also get a built-in navigation system and the Honda Sensing suite, which includes several driver assist technologies. Overall, the 2021 Honda Ridgeline takes everything great that the Ridgeline has ever had, adds to it, and brings it all together on one model. If you’re interested in the 2021 Ridgeline and you’re in the Atlanta area, visit Honda of Newnan’s dealership to learn more about this model.