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94 comments
Nicholas West
Nicholas West

Give it a 6 speed auto and a 3.7 V6 then watch it tear up Tacomas, Frontiers and Colorados

Jason Miller
Jason Miller

Ok, I'm intrigued. I'll give Honda credit for designing and building a real truck , and I won't even demand it be body-on-frame, or have a V-8 option. As long as it can tow and comes w/ a real transfer case and low range, it's a good start.

Vaclav Linhart
Vaclav Linhart

Ridgelien is something like truck. Not the truck exactly

Jim Young
Jim Young

Still will be be a p.o.s., with no power, wanna be pickup, why is honda even building it, not a real truck!

Mitchell Hamm
Mitchell Hamm

Well said Alex. The ridgeline is a fagmobile.

David Iñiguez II
David Iñiguez II

I agree with the couple PRO-RIDGELINE comments. I understand the Ridgeline is not for everyone especially those that need a HD truck to haul. Seriously for those loud mouths that swear by their Tacomas, Frontiers, F-150s or Ram 1500 or 1500 GMs and are crapping on the Ridgeline. Don't tell me your trucks see any less city cruising then any other Ridgeline will ever see as well. Except the Honda will do it reliably and more comfortably. So before you post stupid comments re-evaluate your "truck's" duties. I don't own one nor have I ever mainly because of the odd styling but now that I see this sketch you're damn right I will be looking forward for its arrival. PEACE!!

Bill Marty
Bill Marty

It'll be the first full size truck with a four banger,dam Tom u pissed!

Cesar Garcia
Cesar Garcia

I thought it was a Nissan Titan because the cab and front end look all to familiar

Truck Trend
Truck Trend

doubt that will happen... it's a midsize, not a full size

Seth Lowe
Seth Lowe

Then again, looks can be deceiving.

Seth Lowe
Seth Lowe

Looks like a real truck, instead of a deformed SUV.

Donavon Chaney
Donavon Chaney

LMFAO Honda don't build trucks. They build cars with beds. That truck doesn't have the power to tow a ham out of a wet paper sack.

Jon Heslekrants
Jon Heslekrants

Is it FINALLY gonna be a true body on frame full-size!?

Juan Cruz
Juan Cruz

The honda truck belongs in the city for light duty job.....a real truck belongs everywhere

Jack Plissken
Jack Plissken

right Honda is actually was build a pickup truck before, they was build a pickup trucks about mid 90's to late 90's in Thailand it was called "Honda Tourmaster" using Isuzu pickup truck body. try to search a picture of honda tourmaster.

Corrie Rorvig
Corrie Rorvig

What's with all the fake trucks? I'd rather push my Chevy or my ford then drive either a Honda or a Toyota "truck"

Dennis Basco
Dennis Basco

needs to tow 10,000 pounds or better and v-8 and rear wheel drive

Thomas Baird
Thomas Baird

LMAO @ the comments that criticize the Honda Ridgeline. Have you owned a Ridgeline? Have you even test driven one? Not a truck? Honda has no business building trucks? As a former owner (gas mileage vs commute = no truck for me for now) of a 2006 Honda Ridgeline with almost 97,000 miles on it when i turned it in regrettably (first trade I have ever been sad to do), it was a truck. I am also a former owner of a 1997 Ford F-150 and lots of Rangers, so trucks are my preference. I will be first in line when the new Ridgeline hits the streets, may even order one from the factory and go to Alabama to watch it being built. That truck was the most dependable, comfortable, great handling, safe, and capable truck. It easily fit 5 adult males without complaint for lunch runs from the office. The trunk in the bed and dual function tailgate is a brilliant design. Front wheel drive, All Wheel drive when you needed it (full time 4X4 in Low up to 18mph; at highway speeds, up to 70% power pushed to the rear wheels if the computer sensed it). I could go on and on. I will be the first to be critical of Honda, they let it go too long without a design refresh and addressing technologies to increase the fuel efficiency. Was it a bit boxy? Yup Now if this is an accurate tease of what they have been working on, the first obvious change is that diagonal section that flowed from the rear of the cabin to the bed of the truck. In closing, don't just make comments about a vehicle you have never driven and I hope more Ridgeline owners share their experiences with this solid truck.

Jack Plissken
Jack Plissken

guys you should know about Honda was build a pickup trucks about mid 90's to late 90's in Thailand it was called "Honda Tourmaster" they used Isuzu pickup truck body and Honda was build a pickup trucks since 1960's in Japan too. i must say Honda is actually was build a pickup truck before.

Jack Plissken
Jack Plissken

but they was build trucks about mid 90's to late 90's in Thailand it was called "Honda Tourmaster"

Jack Plissken
Jack Plissken

no kidding honda was build a pickup trucks about mid 90's to late 90's in Thailand it was called "Honda Tourmaster"

Jack Plissken
Jack Plissken

yes they was had business building trucks about mid 90's to late 90's in Thailand it was called "Honda Tourmaster"

Tyler Schut
Tyler Schut

It was never a truck just a SUV with a birth defect!

Keith Merchant
Keith Merchant

Hope it's not built on a minivan frame like the old one

David Siekaniec
David Siekaniec

Better be a diesel turbo. Or im switching to toyota.... my 1.8 turbo honda will smoke any of your cars in the quarter mile bitches.

Seth Barlette
Seth Barlette

I love my Civic but I'd never buy a Honda "truck".

Greg Salvo
Greg Salvo

Probably based on the accord platform like the last one?

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