Though it continues to lag behind its key competitors, save for the GMC Canyon, the Honda Ridgeline has enjoyed relative success in its first model year. This do-it-all-good-enough family pickup will return in 2018 with just a few tiny changes.
The only visual change the 2018 Ridgeline underwent is to its color options, as two new colors debut on the Sport trim: White Diamond Pearl and Lunar Silver Metallic.Otherwise, the 2018 Ridgeline’s looks mimic the 2017 model.
The only other change of note is the elimination of three trim levels, bringing the number of trims down from 12 to nine. The trims we bid farewell to are the RT All-Wheel-Drive, and both the front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive versions of the RTS trim.
In the two-wheel-drive models, the RT trim will start from $30,570 (+$155), the Sport will start from $34,110 (+$155), the RTL will start at $34,870 (+$150), and the RTL-T will base from $37,020 (+150) (prices include $940 destination fee). As for the all-wheel-drive trims, they start from $36,010 (+$155) for the Sport, $36,770 (+150) for the RTL, $38,920 (+$150) for the RTL-T, $42,560 (+$150) for the RTL-E, and $44,060 (+150) for the range-topping Black Edition.
The 2018 Honda Ridgeline is available at dealerships now.