Why the 2014 Honda Ridgeline Is for You – and Why It May Be Not

By Florian Godovits, Epoch Times

Apart from some minor updates, the Honda Ridgeline has hardly been changed from the previous model to the 2014 version.

The Honda Ridgeline has got a lot of innovative cargo features and handles very much like a normal car, despite it being a truck. Yet critics say that the interior cabin features too many plastic elements.

The Ridgeline seats five, has a five foot bed and comes with a 3.5 litre V6 engine, 5 speed automatic transmission and 4 wheel-drive.

This sure isn´t the most fuel economic car out there, running 15 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on Highways. The five trim levels of the car start at $29,575 and go up to $37,505.

The main competitors of the Honda Ridgeline are the Toyota Tacoma and the GMC Sierra 1500.