2024 Honda Ridgeline: Superior Performance, Versatility, and Design

Pensacola Honda proudly introduces the new 2024 Honda Ridgeline, our flagship midsize truck that combines style, precision performance, and comfort. The 2024 Ridgeline gives you everyday versatility. Visit us today for an exclusive look near Pensacola Boulevard and I-10

2024 Honda Ridgeline Performance

The 2024 Honda Ridgeline features a powerful 3.5-liter V6 engine with 280 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque, paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission for smooth acceleration and mileage of up to 24 mpg on the highway. Its Trailsport model enhances off-road capability with a special suspension for better handling.

The i-VTM4 all-wheel-drive system and Intelligent Traction Management adapt to all types of terrain with drive modes like Normal, Snow, Sand, and Mud. With AWD, it can tow up to 5,000 pounds using a standard integrated tow hitch with a 7-pin connector.

2024 Honda Ridgeline: New Features and Enhancements

  • Potential redesign for 2025
  • We hope a new Ridgeline bows with a tougher exterior design
  • Will likely be powered by a carryover V6

Fuel Economy and Range

EPA Greenhouse Gas Score4.0
Co2 Emissions, 15Kmi/year (tons)8.4
Range, City/highway(miles)351.00/468.00
EPA Fuel Economy, Combined/City/highway(mpg)21/18/24

Towing and Payload Capacity of the 2024 Honda Ridgeline

The 2024 Honda Ridgeline can tow up to 5,000 pounds, which is less than some competitors like the Chevy Colorado and Ford Ranger, which can tow more than 2,000 to 2,500 pounds. It can carry a payload of about 1,600 pounds, which is the same as the Colorado, but significantly less than the Ranger’s maximum capacity.


Honda’s research showed that buyers judge a truck’s strength and capability from specific visual cues: the gap between the tires and wheel arches, the vehicle’s stance, and the presence of a tow hitch. The team integrated these findings into the next-generation Ridgeline, aiming to more effectively meet customer expectations. This approach was previewed at the 2015 SEMA Show with the Ridgeline Baja race truck, followed by the unveiling of the production version at the 2016 North American International Auto Show that featured a streamlined design without additional frame support.

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