The 2024 Honda Ridgeline arriving in dealerships this winter is ready to work hard, with improved off-road performance, updated styling and a more tech-rich cabin.
The first-ever Ridgeline TrailSport is more capable and designed to take weekend adventurers even further off the beaten path with new features including an off-road suspension, all-terrain tires and steel skid plates. the short ones.
“With every new TrailSport model we bring to market, Honda light trucks become tougher than ever and the Ridgeline’s increase in off-road performance continues that trend,” explained Lance Woelfer, assistant vice president of Honda Auto Sales for American Corporation. Honda Motor. "Our toughest Ridgeline will continue its early momentum with sales up 20 percent this year," he added.
Inside, more advanced technology has been integrated to enhance the cabin experience. A new 7-inch digital instrument panel is now standard, with a fully digital tachometer on the left and a physical speedometer on the right. The display also includes user-selectable features such as Honda Sensing settings, vehicle information and more.
All Ridgeline models feature a new, larger 9-inch color touchscreen display with a faster processor for lag-free performance. Additionally, wireless compatibility with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is now standard.
The 2024 Honda Ridgeline will be available in four trim levels with all-wheel drive: Sport, RTL, the new TrailSport with special off-road equipment and the top of the range Black Edition.
Designed with intrepid weekend adventures in mind, the new Ridgeline TrailSport gives the Honda truck an off-road-tuned suspension that protects its oil pan from sharp rocks and other off-road hazards.
Hard-road-ready all-terrain tires take the Ridgeline TrailSport's rugged capabilities even further. Extremely capable on the road, the standard General Grabber A/T Sport tires (245/60R18) radically improve traction on dirt, sand, mud, rocky terrain and snow, while remaining quiet and comfortable on the road.
The TrailSport's cabin is highlighted with orange ambient lighting and orange contrast stitching on the steering wheel, seats and door panels. The TrailSport logo is embroidered on the front seat headrests and molded into the standard all-season rubber floor mats.
Ridgeline's spacious cabin offers first-class passenger comfort and rear-seat legroom, with a flat floor and 60/40-split folding rear seat bottoms, offering the flexibility to transport long and tall equipment in the cabin.
Ridgelines can also tow up to 5,000 pounds, which is more than enough for many boats, RVs, or “toy” trailers that serve as the key to adventure for many customers.