2013 Honda Ridgeline User Reviews
- $29,450 - $37,380
10 user reviews for this model
- Ride and drive. Holds value.
- Backup cam too small, compass went away on 2013. Gas mileage.
Purchased As New
Just got the 2013 last week, 3rd Riidgeline, 17th new Honda. Same super vehicle as the 2006 and 2008 models i previously owned. Honda way behind on bells and whistles, MPG improvements, and 6 speed tranny. The RL is the only truck available that fills the niche of family sedan, 1/2 ton PU, and sports sedan rolled into one. Although pricy, compare equally to Ford or Chevy and you get more bang for your buck with the RL....read morehide
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- outstanding ride, finished out beautifully inside and out
- bigger tires from factory would be nice. Maybe a larger gas tank
Purchased As New
I owned several full sized trucks and went to an SUV, just had to have a truck, so I looked at the Ridgeline and when I drove it, I was done! Had to have it. Owned it just over a month now and have done 1 road trip and love it even more. The sound system in it is great too. It warms up very fast also in cold weather....read morehide
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- Great build quality.
- maybe the gas mileage
Purchased As New
I purchased a 2006 Ridgeline and I really enjoyed it. I have had almost every brand available and this is my favorite. It was just the right size and did everything I needed very well.
My nephew has bugged me about buying the truck ever since I got it. I finally made the decision to replace it with a new truck and after looking and driving every available brand, I purchased another Ridgeline. It has the same quality of ride and build that the original truck had. My nephew has already told me that he wants it when I get ready to sell it. That will be a while. The 2006 drove and operated as well as it did when I purchased it on 2006. I have kept it maintained and took very good care of it. I used it to pull a small travel trailer on occasion and it never let me down. These are great trucks....read morehide
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- 4 wheel ind suspension, AWD w/ 4 wheel lock, in bed trunk, spacious cabin, and great performance
- large blind spots, and gas mileage
Purchased As New
I've had several trucks and shopped even more before I purchased my Ridgeline, and nothing comes close. I know a lot of people think that the Ridgeline is for people who don't use trucks for what their made for, but I assure you it's plenty capable. My Ridgeline has been loaded down with lumber, mulch, a refrigerator, and has towed things large and small and never blinked.
The AWD is awesome. In every truck I've ever had they all have had difficulty on rainy days. You don't drive in 4WD you drive in 2, and taking off in a hurry is tough, but in this truck you can't even tell it's been raining. It just goes. It doesn't matter if it's raining, snowing, or anything in-between, it just keeps going. In the especially tough situation you can use the 4 wheel lock and all 4 lock like they would in a traditional 4WD.
By utilizing the AWD the Ridgeline doesn't use a traditional live rear axel. This allows for a some of it's best features, like it's 4 wheel independent suspension. Giving it the best handling, and smoothest ride of any truck I've ever driven. Because that big bulky rear axel is gone your given a very large in bed trunk eliminating the truck bed eating need for a truck box. Coupled with the trunk is a tailgate that not only comes down, but swings open like a regular car door.
In my search for the perfect mid sized truck room in the back seat for real people was a concern. If you like the Tacoma, or Frontier Quad cabs don't drive a Ridgeline. I test drove the Ridgeline first and was seriously disappointed in all the other trucks interiors after. It is more spacious overall but especially in the back seat. As an added bonus theres a real vent for the back seat passengers.
Down sides are the blind spots, and gas mileage. The blind spots are due to the trucks unique design, but aren't much worse than other trucks I've had. The mileage sucks, but the mileage for any 4WD sucks, and is on par, or better, for comparably equipped mid sized trucks....read morehide
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