2017 Honda Ridgeline Edmonton AB
Back in 2006, Honda released one of its most exciting vehicles of the past couple decades in the Honda Ridgeline. It was fresh, modern and introduced tons of features and design cues never seen its segment before. But after the initial success began to fade, the truck unfortunately took a break, and we haven’t seen a new model since 2014. But fans of the hit truck can rest easy now, as a completely-redesigned, next-generation 2017 Honda Ridgeline in Edmonton AB is coming just around the corner.
The new truck made its debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit early in January and created just as much buzz as it had over a decade prior when the first generation was unveiled. Providing a new, modern exterior aesthetic with the same great innovation as before, the Honda Ridgeline is sure to be a success upon its release later this year.
Specs & Features of the 2017 Honda Ridgeline
Obviously the new truck is still in its infancy, so not much is known about its specs or features in detail. But Honda did provide a few bullet points that give us a good idea of what we can expect when the truck makes its way to Edmonton for 2017. For instance, we know it will have superior on-road performance. Honda has claimed that the truck will provide segment-best handling, ridge quality cabin quietness plus all-weather traction capabilities when it hits the market.
On top of that, Honda has stated that the new 2017 Ridgeline will offer segment-leading spaciousness. This claim is thanks to a massive, versatile cabin and the largest flat bed space in the midsize pickup class. We also know that they’re targeting acceleration, fuel efficiency and collision safety ratings as other areas for the vehicle to lead its classification.
Combine these exciting rumors with the incredible truck bed features we have already detailed on the Drive Wheaton blog, and we simply cannot wait until the 2017 Honda Ridgeline is released. Be sure to stay tuned to the WheatonHonda.com blog to find out more about the upcoming truck.