2017 Honda Ridgeline
2,496 Miles
$37,990

Bend, OR
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2011 Honda Ridgeline
83,345 Miles
$20,995

Fuquay Varina, NC
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2013 Honda Ridgeline
84,993 Miles
$22,987

Collierville, TN
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2014 Honda Ridgeline
91,176 Miles
$19,500

Yorkville, NY
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2014 Honda Ridgeline
18,731 Miles
$27,990

Portland, OR
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2014 Honda Ridgeline
35,940 Miles
$27,993

Denver, CO
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2014 Honda Ridgeline
40,988 Miles
$31,991

Denver, CO
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2013 Honda Ridgeline
61,427 Miles
$27,377

Vancouver, WA
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2014 Honda Ridgeline
51,539 Miles
$30,000

Casper, WY
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2010 Honda Ridgeline
104,190 Miles
$17,898

Great Falls, MT
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2014 Honda Ridgeline
19,884 Miles
$29,788

Middletown, RI
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2010 Honda Ridgeline
66,759 Miles
$17,500

Warner Robins, GA
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2014 Honda Ridgeline
31,375 Miles
$35,884

San Angelo, TX
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2013 Honda Ridgeline
68,717 Miles
$22,488

Seekonk, MA
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2010 Honda Ridgeline
110,347 Miles
$16,932

Dillsburg, PA
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2014 Honda Ridgeline
44,173 Miles
$25,055

Thomasville, GA
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Honda Ridgeline Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.8
Value
4.6
Performance
4.4
Style
4.4
Comfort
4.9
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.4

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Honda Ridgeline Owner Ratings & Reviews

2007 Honda Ridgeline - Small truck big on features

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
4.0
The Honda Ridgeline is a small truck that is big on features. It's the perfect vehicle for someone looking for truck features in a vehicle that is easy to handle. The Ridgeline drives like an SUV yet offers a roomy truck bed ideal for hauling materials for home improvements, soil or mulch for the garden, and bikes, canoes, or kayaks for the sports enthusiast. If you transport more than one passenger on your outings, don't fear. The Ridgeline provides ample room for a family of five with a spacious front passenger seat and room for three in the second row seats. And these aren't tiny jump seats. The Ridgeline offers a full back seat with plenty of room for adult passengers. If you enjoy tailgating, the Ridgeline has you covered. There is a trunk nestled into the bed of the truck... (more)
Story
The Ridgeline has become our camping vehicle, and we use it to pull our trailer in which we have built many family memories.
Pros
It's small enough to easily drive yet big enough on features. I've used it in many different ways including a simple transport vehicle to take my children to and from activities. I've also used it on many occasions to haul items from the local hardware store, including large pieces of wood and construction material. It's a great little truck for transporting soil for my garden and mulch for flower beds. We are campers, so we use the Ridgeline to pull our trailer to the campsite. We purchased on optional truck bed cover allowing us to take all of our camping gear in the back of the tru... (more)
Cons
I have not been impressed with the gas mileage of this vehicle. I was aware I was purchasing a fuel economy vehicle when I looked at the Ridgeline, however, I was hoping to get more than 13 miles to a gallon of gas for my city driving. On the highway, it does better, getting about 16 miles to a gallon, however, I think some larger trucks do better. Maintenance of the vehicle has been easy, however, a nationwide recall of many Honda products for air bag concerns has been bothersome. In fact, recall parts are not yet available and likely won't be for several months.

2010 Honda Ridgeline -

Napa, California
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
5.0
This is a great all around mid size truck. It drives very well and is quite responsive. The cabin feels very spacious even when all five seats are occupied. The back seats can be folded up separately (60/40 configuration) to allow for a large amount of interior cargo room. The truck bed is complimented by an underbed trunk that also houses the full size spare tire. The bed has eight cleats for tying down loads, high and low in each corner of the bed. The Ridgeline is very comparable in many ways to the Honda Pilot and would be a familiar drive and ride for anyone that has been in one.
Story
Drove from the San Francisco Bay Area to Moab, Utah. We went south though California, took a detour to drive across the Hoover Dam, down the Las Vegas Strip and then on to Utah in two days. Carried all the gear, tents, coolers, sleeping bags, food and had plenty of extra room left over. Canoed for 5 days and then drove back. AC performed great in the desert sun and plenty of legroom for the... (more)
Pros
The interior is spacious and comfortable. Even in the back seat there is ample leg and head room. It is the same amount of space as available in the second row of a Honda Pilot. The MAX air conditioning allows the cabin to cool very rapidly, even on the hottest days when your car has been baking in the sun for hours. Front cupholders have a large diameter and can accommodate bottles as large as a Nalgene. It has a decent size bed for a mid size truck and also has an incredibly spacious weatherproof trunk underneath the bed that locks/unlocks along with your doors. This also served as st... (more)
Cons
Bed width and length are limited. I expected and understood this when purchasing, but have still been in situations where I wish I had just a little more space because of the size of a particular object or load. While the fuel economy is good for a truck (15 city/ 20 hwy) of the same model year, it isn't very efficient against current models. Towing is limited to 5,000 lbs.

2006 Honda Ridgeline -

Coral Springs, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
I love the Ridgeline. It is great on trips. The inbed hidden trunk is great for luggage. We didn't have to worry about our luggage getting wet or stolen if we stopped to eat or use the restroom. The back seat is really roomy. Both of my sons are over 6'3" and they both fit comfortably in the back seat on many trips.
Story
The truck is great for tailgating at football games. We can fill the in-bed trunk with ice, beer and sodas. We swing the tailgate open, and everyone can grab a cold drink while the food is cooking. Once we are done, we just had to unplug the drain plug and the water would drain out. No mess or fuss.
Pros
I love the roominess of the cabin. All seats are comfortable, and spacious. The ride in city and on the highway is really smooth. There is no sound coming from outside the cab while running down the road at 60, 70, 80 or 90 mph. The ride is smooth. The in-bed trunk has surprised many hotel valets and grocery store bag boys. The convenience of the tailgate being able to be swung open the normal way, flipped down, and also being able to be swung open and out of the way is great. I have a heavy foot and the Ridgeline has great power. It really gets up and goes when you push the pedal to the f... (more)
Cons
The only negative thing was that the basic speaker set-up was good, but we had to get it upgraded since we love to listen to our music.