2022 Honda Ridgeline for Sale in West Springfield, MA
The five-passenger Ridgeline comes in a quartet of trim choices – Sport, RTL, RTL-E, and Black Edition – which all get standard all-wheel drive and a drive-mode selector (snow, sand, and mud). Their powertrain is a 280-horsepower six-cylinder working with an efficient nine-speed automatic transmission. As mentioned above, the towing capacity can reach 5,000 pounds. The EPA has estimated the Ridgeline’s fuel economy at 18 miles per gallon around town and 24 mpg in highway travel.
There’s a lot of value in this base trim, which gets standard remote start, tri-zone automatic climate control, auto-on/off LED headlights, LED fog lights, a twin exhaust, keyless entry, push-button start, an overhead console with a case for sunglasses, a USB smartphone/audio interface, a USB charge port, and a HomeLink universal garage door opener. It also gets the requisite backup camera, but it’s a deluxe version that provides multiple angles with dynamic guidelines. The Sport makes a fine work truck with its standard Class III trailer hitch (with 7-pin connector) and two 12-volt power outlets. Plus, its bed is equipped with lights, a dual-function tailgate, in-bed trunk, and eight heavy-duty tie-down cleats.
The infotainment system in the Sport has all of the necessities, starting with an 8-inch touchscreen and Bluetooth. It also gets Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, HondaLink remote services, hands-free SMS text messaging, and seven speakers. Honda Sensing comes standard to add an array of driver-assist technologies: adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, lane keeping assist, collision mitigation braking, road departure mitigation, and lane departure warning.
The bang-for-the-buck is great in the RTL as well, since it adds leather upholstery, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, heated and power-adjustable front seats, a one-touch power moonroof, heated side mirrors with position memory and integrated turn-signals, a power-sliding rear window, a sound-absorbing windshield an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and driver’s seat position memory. SiriusXM satellite radio is added to the infotainment suite, and Honda Sensing gets an additional technology: a blind-spot information system with rear cross-traffic monitoring.
The standard equipment list continues to climb with the RTL-E, which gets a heated steering wheel, LED daytime running lights and truck-bed lights, chrome door handles, wireless smartphone charging, ambient interior lighting (blue), and illuminated front-row drink holders. The truck bed is also enhanced with a 150-watt/400-watt power outlet, and automatic high beams and front and rear parking sensors are added to the Honda Sensing suite. The infotainment setup adds voice recognition, navigation, and high-definition radio. The audio system is improved to a premium unit with eight speakers, and a separate sound system is installed in the truck’s bed for workday entertainment or tailgating.
The differences here are mostly cosmetic, as the Black Edition has a similar equipment list to the RTL-E but with black exterior elements and red ambient interior lighting.
TThe Honda Performance Development (HPD) Package is available on all trims in both a Bronze and Black edition, including a package-specific wheel design, a carbon-fiber grille, and fender flares. The Function Package, Function+ Package, and Utility Package add items such as roof rails, truck-bed cargo organizers, and running boards to increase utility and practicality.
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