2024 Honda Ridgeline: New Interior, TrailSport A/T Tires

Off-Road Model Skips the Extra Clearance

The 2024 Honda Ridgeline will be receiving its share of changes, particularly a modified interior derived from the Pilot SUV and the new TrailSport edition featuring off-road suspension tuning and all-weather tires. Those hoping for a full redesign – similar to the 2023 Pilot’s – may be left unsatisfied; yet Honda insists that the updates on the 2024 Ridgeline should please those who own the truck.

Above all, the TrailSport edition of the Ridgeline stands out as Honda’s most capable and advanced pickup to date. Affording optimal performance, this model is bolstered by exclusively tuned dampers to ensure improved traction and articulation. Moreover, it has distinctive 18-inch wheels that share similar components with the Passport TrailSport. Featured on these wheels are all-terrain tires from General Grabber A/T Sport; promising more grip than other types of Ridgeline tire. Consequently, the 2024 Ridgeline TrailSport remains unsurpassed in terms of powerful and reliable performance.

The Honda Ridgeline receives revised front and back fasciae. The grille is fitted with a new fashioned mesh, and the tailgate presenter the pick-up’s name etched inside its edges. Should you pick up the TrailSport trimming, you may have orange accents for the seating surfaces along with embellishments on the exterior and the optional new Diffuse Sky Blue hue. The rest of the vehicle’s design and engineering remain unchanged into 2024, including the standard AWD system with active rear torque vectoring, a 3.5-liter V6 engine providing 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet, and a towing capacity of 5,000 pounds.

The interior of the cabin remains mostly untouched, although the classic Ridgeline’s roller-topped center console has been removed and substituted by a bigger armrest compartment, more extensive cup holders, and a Qi wireless charger. The touchscreen display has also seen an increase to 9.0 inches full size containing compliance with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto wirelessly. Moreover, a 0.7 inch half-digital instrument cluster is now part of the regular package; however, an analog speedometer still stands tall.

The modifications to the 2024 Ridgeline are truly insignificant, but most likely, Honda has no big impetus to redevelop its midsize SUV. Through October 2023, the producer sold 43,701 Ridgelines Which is much more than any other year since it initially came out in 2006, excluding that year when it shifted over 50,000 units. If the current market trend carries on into November and December, 2023 may amount to be the best-selling year of the Ridgeline. There is no need to mess with a successful formula if patrons appear to enjoy it already.

Source: Honda

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