The 2016 Honda Ridgeline is a five midsize minivan with five available trim levels are available by taxi from the uniquely designed Crew four door body: RT, RTL. Sports, RTS, and SE top-of-the-line.
2016 Honda Ridgeline Features
The 2016 Honda Ridgeline RT come withe standard features such as 17-inches steel wheels, a power sliding rear window, air conditioning, a / 40-split rear seat 60 Lift-up, a reversing camera, full power accessories, cruise control, a trip computer and a sound system with six speakers and CD player.
The Honda Ridgeline RT Sport trim adds 18-inches wheels alloy, Privacy glass rear fog lights, special exterior trim, a leather steering wheel with audio controls and an audio auxiliary jack. Alternatively, the list of functions RT RTS adds alloy 17-inch wheels, rear tinted windows, dual-zone automatic temperature control, a driver’s seat with power eight-way, a leather steering wheel with audio controls and an audio auxiliary jack and a seven-speaker level audio system with six CD changer.
The 2016 Honda Ridgeline RTL adds the features 18-inch alloy wheels of the RTS, fog lights, sunroof, leather seats, ambient lighting console, heated front seats and exterior mirrors, an AC 115-volt outlet and satellite radio. Finally, the Honda Ridgeline E trim includes all the hardware RTL and head off with unique 18-inch wheels, badging and trim, as well as a navigation system with voice recognition and Bluetooth phone connectivity. The 2016 Honda Ridgeline avigation system with Bluetooth is optional for the RTL. In all 2016 Honda Ridgeline with the navigation system, the standard rear-view camera wanders this screen, whereby the mirror.
2016 Honda Ridgeline Interior
The interior of the 2016 Honda Ridgeline is broad, as are seats. Entry into the front and rear seats is easy – something that we still do not say on the rear seats pick classic medium size. The units are large and easy to read, and the main and secondary controls operated by large strains and corresponding buttons for gloved hands. Additional controls for audio and air conditioning systems are simple and functional. A tip-off at the age of Ridgeline is the lack of a USB / iPod interface. In addition, the Bluetooth function is hard to come by phone: You must select with navigation system, either the RTL or the SE trim level.
But the car type structure Ridgeline there is a comfortable and tastefully furnished interior you will find on most competing microphones. Rooms and practical storage cup-holders abound. The rear seat 60/40 split-folds to accommodate large items that do not fit into 8.5 cubic feet of the bed lockable storage memory area is capable of having a bag or two of golf clubs and drain plugs for easy cleaning. One drawback is that you have likely here to delete anything if you need access to the spare tire under the bed Stock.
2016 Honda Ridgeline Engine
Honda Ridgeline only offers a 3.5-liter V6 engine with 250 hp and 247 lb-ft of torque. The current flows through a five-speed automatic and a standard all-wheel drive system, which in the normal driving force is transmitted almost exclusively to the front wheels. Can be temporarily locked in four-wheel drive mode at speeds up to 18 mph the system. In testing, accelerates the Ridgeline from zero to 60 mph in 8.3 seconds slower than most competing trucks.
The strength and the modest performance of the Ridgeline V6 – EPA fuel economy is 17 mpg combined (15 city / highway 21) estimated. In fact, some traditional full size vans with powerful V6s are more effective. On the bright side, all Ridgeline has a built-in pole and 7-for trailer connection prewired trailer hitch. 1500 pounds payload Ridgeline and towing capacity of 5000 pounds less midsize pickups V6 engine equipped with a trailer package, however.
2016 Honda Ridgeline Safety
Every Honda Ridgeline comes standard with antilock brakes, stability control, side airbags seats, side curtain airbags activeand front seat headrests. A rear view camera is standard across the line. In Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests, the Ridgeline received the highest rating of “good” organization in moderate overlap offset frontal crash test, side impact and roof strength. Its seats Restrictions / head deserves the grade “good” for neck protection in the event of a collision. In testing, the 2016 Honda Ridgeline needed 133 yards to 60 mph, with a little stop too long for a mid-size pickup.