The Ridgeline is refreshed for 2020 with a new 9-speed automatic transmission and standard Honda Sensing driver assistance technology on every trim. Also newly standard is a Display Audio infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The RT and RTL-T trims have been dropped for 2020, which makes the Ridgeline Sport the new base trim. See the 2020 Honda Ridgeline models for sale near you
With new standard features for 2020, the base Ridgeline Sport is pretty much all you need, and it's the best value in the truck's lineup. If you like the idea of more luxury features, like leather seating, and cool tech unique to the Ridgeline, like a truck bed audio system, consider upgrading to the RTL-E. Find a Honda Ridgeline for sale
The 2020 Ridgeline is available in Sport, RTL, RTL-E and Black Edition trims. AWD is standard on the RTL-E and Black Edition trims and optional on the Sport and RTL models.
The Sport ($33,900 FWD, $36,140 AWD) comes standard with a flip-down swing-out tailgate, a locking under-bed trunk, an electronic tailgate lock, a Display Audio infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, Honda Sensing, a 60/40-split lift-up rear seat with under-seat storage, two USB ports, proximity entry, push-button start, remote ignition, fog lights and tri-zone automatic climate control. Note that the optional AWD brings special off-road settings for handling sand and mud.
The RTL ($36,670 FWD, $38,820 AWD) adds a power moonroof, an acoustic windshield, heated mirrors (with AWD), a leather-wrapped steering wheel, heated power front seats (10-way driver, 4-way passenger), driver lumbar adjustment, leather upholstery and a power-sliding rear window.
The RTL-E ($42,020) comes standard with AWD plus a blind spot information system, a truck-bed audio system, 540-watt premium audio, navigation, a cross-traffic monitor, automatic LED headlights with automatic high-beams, front and rear parking sensors, a truck-bed power outlet, a heated leather-wrapped steering wheel, a 2-position memory driver's seat, second-row USB ports and an auto-dimming rearview mirror.
The Black Edition ($43,520) is really just an RTL-E with blacked-out exterior trim and special interior trim. It also adds red ambient LED lighting.
|Basic||3 Years/36,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||5 Years/60,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||5 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||3 Years/36,000 Miles|
2020 Toyota Tacoma -- If you want something more rugged and fun that can get seriously dirty off the beaten path, this is your truck. However, it's less comfortable, spacious and refined than its competitors.
2020 Chevrolet Colorado -- The Colorado is basically a miniature full-size truck that falls in between the Ridgeline and the Tacoma with regard to comfort and character.
2020 Ford Ranger -- The Ranger returned in 2019, making its way from other markets to ply its trade back in the big leagues of North America. It's a traditional pickup like the others in this segment.
Used Honda Ridgeline -- The current-generation Ridgeline has been around since the 2017 model years, which means early examples are starting to become pretty affordable on the used market.