2018 Ridgeline Design: Intelligent and Unique

The Honda Ridgeline is well known in the industry as an affordable truck with extensive features. In other words, this ride offers incredible bang for your buck. The 2018 Ridgeline design has several changes, though it also carries over the quality and durability drivers have come to expect from this now classic model.2018 Ridgeline design

Sport Trim

According to CNET, the 2018 model year comes with standard front-wheel drive, a five-inch infotainment screen, and more. The Sport upgrades to tri-zone climate control to keep everyone comfortable, and fog lighting provides visibility in bad conditions. Plus, with optional all-wheel drive, this updated model offers improved handling on slippery surfaces.

The Latest Tech

Tech features on the Ridgeline include Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, connectivity features that allows you to hook up your phone to the in-vehicle infotainment system to access music, apps, and more. HondaSensing is also back, delivering a suite of driver assist technologies to warn you of potential danger and to improve safety.

Naturally, the Ridgeline has its identifying features that you can’t get elsewhere. This includes the in-bed trunk for added storage, the dual-opening tailgate, and an optional audio system. Don’t tailgate like an amateur—get the new 2018 Honda Ridgeline today at Bryan Honda.

Fayetteville Halloween Events: Spooky Local Celebrations

Halloween is just around the corner, and there are several events in Fayetteville, NC this year. This time of year bring cool temperatures, striking leaves, and a relaxing atmosphere that’s perfect for a range of activities. Simply hop in your new Honda and drive to one of these Fayetteville Halloween events.

Fayetteville Halloween events: 2017 North Carolina Half Marathon and 5KHalf Marathon & 5K

One of the biggest upcoming happenings is the 2017 North Carolina Half Marathon and 5K. Held on Sunday, October 29 in downtown Fayetteville, this event offers family-friendly fun. Many run or walk while wearing costumes, turning an ordinary run into a truly memorable experience. The half marathon will start at 7:30am, while the 5K begins at 7:45am.  So, simply put together your scariest outfit and come for an exciting run.

Dogwood Festival

You should also check out the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival on October 19. There is an hour-long guided walking tour through Cross Creek cemetery during nighttime. There’s also a haunted corn maze to find your way out of, and kid-friendly hay rides are a great place to relax. Finally, adults will enjoy the Boo and Brew Beer Garden—just be sure to get a designated driver!

At Bryan Honda, we couldn’t be more exciting about these upcoming events. Plan your trip to any one of the many activities to celebrate Halloween.