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Why the 2013 Honda Ridgeline is More than Just a Truck

Last updated 5 years ago

If you think about what you actually need a pickup truck for, you might discover that the 2013 Honda Ridgeline offers everything you need, and nothing you don’t want. Before you check out a variety of pickup trucks, read the following overview to learn why the comfortable, and safe, Honda Ridgeline is more than just a truck:

The Honda Ridgeline is More Comfortable Than Many Pickups

While other pickup trucks put the priority on raw utility and capability, the Honda Ridgeline is more about offering a pickup truck experience that is comfortable enough for daily driving and family trips. The high seating position, attractive interior design, and quality materials make it easy for your passengers to enjoy riding in it as much as you enjoy driving it.

The Driving Experience is More Engaging in a Honda Ridgeline

Because the Honda Ridgeline is equipped with a fully independent suspension, it’s able to provide handling that is very nimble for its size. Swinging into a small parking space, taking tight turns, and feeling in complete control of your pickup truck are characteristics that separate the Honda Ridgeline from competitors.

The Honda Ridgeline is Extremely Safe

If you want the peace of mind that comes with being in a safe car, you’ll be glad to be behind the wheel. It comes with a variety of airbags, including side curtain airbags, which are able to active if a rollover is detected by the built-in sensors. The Ridgeline also earned the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s 2013 Top Safety Pick Award for outstanding results on crash safety tests.

To try a Honda Ridgeline on for size, come by Brown’s Honda City near Baltimore. Before you head over, visit our website to see our full selection of new and used cars, and give us a call at (443) 354-4091 if you have any questions.


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