2024 Honda Ridgeline Arrives at Dealers



The 2024 Honda Ridgeline has a starting MSRP of $39,750.

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The 2024 Honda Ridgeline lineup has arrived at dealerships, including the first-ever Ridgeline TrailSport — the most off-road capable Ridgeline ever.

The new Ridgeline TrailSport features special off-road hardware, including an off-road-tuned suspension, trail-ready all-terrain tires, and steel underbody protection.

Beginning with the Ridgeline Sport, manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) starts at $39,750 (excluding a $1,375 destination charge).

The new 2024 Ridgeline TrailSport starts at $44,980.

2024 Honda Ridgeline Pricing & EPA Fuel Economy Ratings

























































































































































































Trim

MSRP

MSRP Including $1,375 Destination Charge

EPA Mileage Rating




(City/Hwy/Combined)

Sport

$39,750

$41,125

18 / 24 / 21

RTL

$42,580

$43,955

18 / 24 / 21

TrailSport

$44,980

$46,355

18 / 23 / 20

Black Edition

$46,350

$47,725

18 / 24 / 21

 

Well-Equipped Interior for Fleets

The 2024 Ridgeline lineup comes standard with a 280-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine, 9-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters and torque-vectoring i-VTM4 all-wheel drive.

Standard four-mode Intelligent Traction Management allows drivers to customize the i-VTM4 system for different terrains, including sand, snow, mud, and paved roads.

Other features include:

  • A new center console with a large.
  • Improved storage tray ahead of the shifter is large enough to accommodate two smartphones side by side.
  • Ridgeline’s Dual-Action Tailgate and In-Bed Trunk standard on all models.

New Ridgeline TrailSport With Off-Road Capability

Exclusive rugged hardware includes a new off-road tuned suspension that improves articulation and off-road ride quality without sacrificing Ridgeline’s exceptional on-road comfort and best-in-class handling.

The TrailSport also includes:

  • A steel underbody protection that shields its oil pan from sharp rocks and other off-road hazards.
  • All-terrain tires.  
  • Standard General Grabber A/T Sport tires (245/60R18), mounted on new Pewter 18-inch wheels.



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