The type of chassis a vehicle has can make or break the whole driving experience. With the Ridgeline, the unibody construction makes the frame much stiffer than the Colorado, which contributes to better handling with fewer body squeaks and rattles. The Ridgeline also utilizes computer-generated active noise canceling technology, to help remove any vibrations that emerge from the passenger compartment. For more of a handling advantage, this Honda pickup is over a foot shorter than
Convenience That’s Anything But Conventional
It’s the smaller things that genuinely make a difference in our day-to-day life, and the Ridgeline contributes to the convenience by having standard automatic power windows in the front that fully extend or recceed with just a single touch of the button. And if you happen to forget about your windows once you exit the truck, the driver can close all of them at the outside door handle, or by using a keyless remote.
Yes, it is true the trucks have a more significant safety advantage over most other vehicles, but that doesn’t mean every truck out there is perfect when it comes to safety features. The Ridgeline RTL-E and Black Edition go one step further than
Now that you have all the research out of the way, how about some fun? Visit us at Honda of Clear Lake and take the 2019 Honda Ridgeline in Clear Lake for a drive!