2010 Honda Ridgeline is the most innovative pickup this year and is the first pickup with fully independent rear suspension, which can improve the quality of long trips. To differentiate from the other characters, seen from the line of masculine and grille, fog lights (RTL) and 18-inch alloy wheels (RTL), useful dual-action tailgate and the industry-first lockable In-Bed Trunk.
Unlike other pickup trucks that have traditionally been built with a separate nose section, cab section, and cargo bed, bolted to a separate ladder frame. Honda’s pickup uses a one-piece unit-body and a steel ladder frame welded together. Its cab and bed was built as one part, with separate subframes for the engine, suspension front and rear suspension. rigid design of the ridge is more resistant to turning and bending from the traditional pickup.
All models have a standard Class III trailer hitch, frame construction with integrated closed box unit-body and steel-reinforced composite (SRC) cargo bed. This ridge has a spacious cabin and the depth that allows five adults can sit comfortably in it. The back of the hill so that it can not work as a full-size pickup, but enough for the 1500-pound payload and towing capacity of 5,000 pounds.
Under the hood you’ll find a powerplant the high-output 24-valve, 3.5-liter VTEC V-6 engine produces 250-hp and an equally impressive 247 lb-ft of torque, putting the Ridgeline performance on a par with some V-8 trucks. Yet it still has one of the highest-mileage and lowest-emissions ratings in its class.