Honda refreshed its Ridgeline mid-size pickup for the 2024 model year with a new grille, a new tailgate featuring “Ridgeline” stamped into it in a bold font, and a freshened interior that has more and larger digital screens. Priced from $41,125 (all prices include $1,375 destination charge), the 2024 Ridgeline starts $950 higher than it did for 2023.
Powertrain Specs and MPG
The Ridgeline is available with just one powertrain that consists of a 3.5-liter V-6 engine generating 280 horsepower and 262 pounds-feet of torque; it’s mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission and sends power to all four wheels. Honda estimates fuel economy for all trim levels at 18/24/21 mpg city/highway/combined except the new-for-2024 TrailSport (official EPA figures for the 2024 model are not yet available); the new trim’s all-terrain tires ding it in the highway and combined tests, resulting in a Honda-estimated rating of 18/23/20 mpg.
The Honda Sensing suite of advanced driver-assist systems is standard across the 2024 Ridgeline family. It bundles forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, lane departure steering assist and adaptive cruise control. Blind spot monitors and front and rear parking sensors are included on higher trim levels.
Pricing and Availability
The 2024 Honda Ridgeline is on sale now.
Black Edition: $47,725
Since the Ridgeline first appeared for 2006, it has featured clever upgrades that take the truck bed beyond just being a metal box. The lockable, watertight “trunk” beneath the bed floor gives owners a place to keep luggage dry, and a tailgate that can drop down or swing open to the side makes cargo and the trunk accessible without stretching over a dropped tailgate.
Additional standard equipment on the Sport trim includes push-button starting, tri-zone climate control, cloth seats, a 9-inch touchscreen with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and a seven-speaker audio system. Moving up to the RTL adds a power moonroof, leather upholstery, heated and power-adjustable front seats, a power-sliding rear window and blind spot monitors.
The new TrailSport gets an upgraded suspension with unique springs, dampers and stabilizer bars, as well as trim-specific 18-inch wheels with General Grabber A/T Sport tires. A skid plate protects the oil pan, and the TrailSport wears a unique grille and has black trim on the door pillars and mirror housings. Inside, it sports orange accent stitching and ambient lighting, as well as a heated steering wheel, navigation and wireless phone charging. Both the Trail Sport and the Black Edition include front and rear parking sensors.
The Black Edition also includes dark exterior trim that features black 18-inch wheels, an upgraded eight-speaker stereo, upgraded leather seats and red ambient lighting.