Honda Ridgeline 2021 2021 Gets a New, Stronger Look
This pickup benefits from a lot of enhancements that pickup truck buyers will love
While the outgoing Ridgeline has a very smooth look and the front better suited for a crossover, the 2021 model has a much stiffer appearance. The 2021 Honda Ridgeline is redone. Key changes include all-new sheet metal, a new hood with a power bulge, redesigned fenders, a squared-off nose, updated LED headlights and a more upright grille.
Besides, Honda fitted the restyled Ridgeline with a new front bumper that ads air vents on the sides to improve aerodynamics, that includes large side openings. There is also a prominent skid plate, which is there to protect the undercarriage and give the truck a tougher look. Few changes have been made to the rear, which nonetheless is a bit reshaped. Moreover, the two twin exhaust tips are redone as well. however there is a new bumper and two tailpipes. All trim levels come standard with 18-inch wheels.
Also, some changes have been made to the interior, with a new infotainment system, different icons for the touchscreen and also an actual volume button. The Sport version has new fabric inserts and contrasting stitching on the seats, while the Sport, RTL and RTL-E models sport new accents for the dash, steering wheel and center console.
No changes to the chassis have been made and all variants continue to be sold with a 3.5-liter VTEC V6 engine developing 280 hp and 355 Nm of torque .