Meet the Rugged New 2021 Honda Ridgeline

Honda Ridgeline | Fayetteville, NC

Honda’s flagship truck is now more rugged than ever. The brand recently revealed the 2021 Honda Ridgeline, which recently received a new exterior design that hints at its capability.

The 2021 Ridgeline boasts a silhouette that’s even more sculpted than before, along with a wider stance that gives it an intimidating presence. Known for its off-road-readiness, the Ridgeline now looks the part while highlighting how capable it is as a pickup truck.

Like the previous models, the Ridgeline will come with a range of practical features, including a weather-proof, locking bed trunk that can hold up to 7.3 cubic feet of cargo. This standard feature is ideal for on-the-go truck lovers who need a place to store valuable power tools, camping gear, and more.

In the bed of the 2021 Ridgeline, you will find 50 inches separating the rear wheel wells. This is the largest span of space in its class, allowing you to easily fit 4-by-8-foot building materials flat on the truck bed floor. Inside the cabin, you will find even more smart storage solutions, such as a rear seat that has a 60/40 split and can fold down to allow you to fit a full-sized bicycle in the back.

The 2021 Honda Ridgeline can tow up to 3,500 pounds when equipped with front-wheel drive, while the all-wheel-drive model can tow up to 5,000 pounds. Along with this capability, the pickup also comes outfitted with a standard eight-inch touch-screen infotainment display, along with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone integration.

To learn more about the redesigned 2021 Honda Ridgeline, check out our online inventory at Bryan Honda.

2021 Honda Ridgeline Offers More Rugged Capability

Honda Ridgeline | Fayetteville, NC

The Honda Ridgeline is about to get even more rugged. For the 2021 model year, this pickup truck is back with new styling that expresses its off-road readiness more than ever before.

The 2021 Honda Ridgeline will come with more sculpted lines and a wider stance than before, which makes it look more than ready to hit the trail – which it is. It will also come with a weather-proof, locking bed trunk with 7.3 cubic feet of cargo capacity, so you can easily bring along valuable tools, gear, and more.

And that’s not all. With an abundant 50 inches separating the rear wheel wells, the Ridgeline is the only vehicle in its class that can easily accommodate 4-by-8-foot building materials flat on the floor. Inside the cabin, you can even fold down the 60/40 split-folding seats to fit a full-size bicycle in the back, making the Ridgeline a versatile option for drivers that need a tough ride.

Like the Ridgeline before it, which you can check out now at Bryan Honda, the 2021 model has a maximum towing capacity of 3,500 pounds for FWD models and 5,000 pounds for AWD models. Its responsive steering and smooth ride make it feel like you’re driving a smaller car, while getting all the advantages of a capable pickup truck.

The Ridgeline’s cabin uses high-quality materials and comfortable seating to make the pickup welcoming, while its standard 8-inch touch-screen display gives you access to Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ to make it easy to stream music over the class-exclusive in-bed audio system when you’re tailgating.

If you’re interested in learning more about the 2021 Honda Ridgeline, or would like to give the 2020 model a test drive, don’t hesitate to contact us at Bryan Honda.

Honda Trucks set Sales Record for January

2020 Honda Ridgeline | Fayetteville, NC

Honda has started 2020 off with a bang. The Japanese carmaker recently released its January financial report, and it looks like its truck-based SUVs and trucks set a sales record.

The Honda HR-V saw a 24.8 percent increase in sales in January, setting an all-time record. The Ridgeline also saw a sales jump of 57.1 percent for the month with 3,083 deliveries, highlighting the truck’s increase in popularity. The CR-V also turned in a strong performance with 26,000 individual sales. As a whole, Honda’s truck lineup saw its best January sales with a year-over-year increase of 2.3 percent.

“As we enter a new decade, we will continue to focus on our core values and maintain the kind of sales discipline that has made us a retail sales leader in the industry,” said Henio Arcangeli Jr., senior vice president of the American Honda Automobile Division. “The arrival of our new CR-V Hybrid next month will also bring new opportunities to further strengthen our light-truck lineup and extend our two-year streak of record electrified vehicle sales.”

When the Honda CR-V Hybrid arrives later this year, it will be the first-ever electrified model in the Honda light-truck lineup, combining efficiency with the CR-V’s family-friendly features and ample interior space.

The numbers don’t lie: Honda’s truck lineup is a big hit with drivers. Stop by Bryan Honda today and see what all the fuss is about.