Always dancing to the beat of its own drummer in the midsize truck segment, the Honda Ridgeline goes into 2013 adding a rearview camera as standard equipment across the lineup. Suggested retail pricing for the 2013 models remains unchanged from 2012, when it received a mid-cycle refresh.
As before, the Ridgeline is offered in four trim levels, starting with the RT trim at $30,180, including a $830 destination charge. The RT offers a standard integrated trailer hits, prewiring for a seven-pin trailer harness, keyless entry, a power-sliding rear window, and the newly standard for 2013 rearview camera. The Sport trim adds 18-inch alloy wheels, a black honeycomb grille, black head- and taillight housings, auxiliary audio input, and rear privacy glass.
The RTS adds dual-zone climate control, an upgraded audio system, body-color door handles, and an exterior thermometer. The topline RTL trim adds leather seating surfaces with heated front seats, a power driver's seat, six-disc in-dash CD changer, Bluetooth hands-free calling, and an optional navigation system.
All Ridgelines are powered by Honda's 3.5-liter V-6 producing 250 hp and 247 lb-ft of torque mated to a five-speed automatic transmission, and come standard with all-wheel drive.
|2013 Honda Ridgeline Prices|
|Ridgeline RT ||$30,180 |
|Ridgeline Sport ||$30,925 |
|Ridgeline RTS ||$32,885 |
|Ridgeline RTL ||$35,760 |
|Ridgeline RTL w/navigation ||$38,110 |
|*Prices Include $830 destination charge|