The new Honda Ridgeline is entering the 2021 model year with an aggressive redesign and an all-wheel-drive as standard equipment. However, dropping the front-wheel-drive from the range hikes up the starting price by $2,500 more than the previous year ($350 taking into account the change in the powertrain.)
Honda will continue to offer the midsize truck in four trim levels with the Sport variant as the base model. It comes with a starting price of $37,665, followed by the RTL trim at $40,645. The top-of-the-line Black Edition, meanwhile, retails for $45,095, about $400 more than the outgoing model.
Also going to be available for Ridgeline is the new Honda Performance Development (HPD) package which costs $2,800. It comes with a unique grille, black fender flares, bronze-colored wheels, and other HPD accents.
The pickup will retain its 3.5-liter V-6 engine that makes 280 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque. It will be paired with a nine-speed transmission.
The 2021 Honda Ridgeline truck is set to go on sale on February 2.