Honda ridgeline decals
Honda ridgeline decals made of high quality KK vinyl Decals
Sticker comes with clear transfer paper overlay
Package Includes :1 set / Both side
Model Name: TYX40J002S
Color: Can be customized
Racing Sport Styling: yes
2021 Honda Ridgeline Review
The Honda Ridgeline has been our top-ranked midsize pickup truck for a while now. No other truck in the class can match its smooth ride, innovative storage options, and quiet and comfortable interior. It also has enough towing, hauling and off-roading capability to handle the majority of work or recreational tasks you’ll want to use it for. On tap for the 2021 Ridgeline are a few changes to enhance the truck’s cosmetic appeal.
It Honda ridgeline decals seems a little silly saying it, but Honda is aiming to make the Ridgeline look more like a truck rather than a Honda Pilot SUV with a cargo bed out back. The new sheet metal from the windshield forward helps give the Ridgeline a more squared-off look than before. At the rear is a new rear bumper design and a sporty-looking dual exhaust. To further toughen up the looks Honda has brought out a HPD (Honda Performance Development) appearance package that includes squared-off fender guards, graphics and special bronze-colored wheels.
Honda hasn’t done much else to the truck’s other bits. Other than getting standard all-wheel drive for 2021 and a welcome volume knob for the infotainment system, it’s the same Ridgeline as before. Is that a good thing? We think so. Read the categories of our Expert Rating below to get our in-depth evaluation on the 2021 Ridgeline and how it stacks up against rivals such as the Chevrolet Colorado and Toyota Tacoma.
What’s it like to live with?
When the Ridgeline was redesigned in 2017, Edmunds brought one in for a long-term test. We lived with it for 12 months and drove it over 20,000 miles. We tested everything from fuel economy to family accommodations on long road trips. The 2017 model differs in some ways from the 2021 Ridgeline, but it’s the same generation so many of our observations still apply. Read all about Edmunds’ long-term test of the 2017 Honda Ridgeline.
Which Ridgeline does Edmunds recommend?
Go for the RTL-E. A base Ridgeline has lots of standard safety features, but the RTL-E adds some desirable extras such as blind-spot monitoring, the upgraded stereo, a heated steering wheel, rear seat USB ports and Honda’s in-bed stereo drivers.
Honda Ridgeline models
The 2021 Honda Ridgeline is a midsize crew-cab pickup offered in four trim levels: Sport, RTL, RTL-E and Black Edition. All Ridgelines are powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine (280 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque) mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive
The base Sport trim starts you off with:
Proximity entry and push-button ignition
Automatic tri-zone climate control
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility
Seven-speaker sound system
Honda Sensing safety suite that includes:
Adaptive Honda ridgeline decals cruise control (adjusts speed to maintain a constant distance between the vehicle and the car in front)
Lane keeping assist (steers the Ridgeline back into its lane if it begins to drift over the lane marker)
Forward collision mitigation (warns you of an impending collision and applies the brakes in certain scenarios)
Moving up to the RTL adds several creature comforts such as:
Power-sliding rear window
Power-adjustable, heated front seats
Blind-spot monitoring (alerts you if a vehicle in the next lane over is in your blind spot)
The step up to the RTL-E brings several tech updates, including:
Wireless smartphone charging
Eight-speaker upgraded audio system
Truck-bed audio powered by six in-bed drivers that use the bed as a speaker
Heated steering wheel
Driver-seat memory function
Second-row USB charge ports
LED ambient interior lighting
Household-style power outlet in the bed
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