2020 Honda Ridgeline Model Review

19/26  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.2  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
64 or 83  in
Bed Length

What's New For the 2020 Honda Ridgeline?

No massive changes have been made to the Ridgeline model this year by Honda, save for a new grille design.


2020 Honda Ridgeline Interior

2020 Honda Ridgeline Has Abundant Features

Folding armrests for both driver and front-seat passenger have been added, and the rear seats have more room than most of the Ridgeline's direct in-class competitors. The slightly-longer-than-five footbed features a locking trunk section with approximately seven cubic feet of room to spare. The Ridgeline also comes equipped with CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, allowing smart devices to be paired for music playback as well as other helpful apps.

The Ridgeline is excellent for towing. As with most trucks, the Ridgeline's maximum towing capacity differs between FWD and AWD models; FWD trims have a 3,500 lb. towing capacity and AWD trims have a 5,000 lb. towing capacity. The AWD trims also come integrated with a 7-pin towing connector.

Honda Ridgeline Performance

2020 Honda RidgelineThis year's Ridgeline features a 3.4L V-6 engine with 280-hp, 262 lb-ft of torque, and a six-speed automatic transmission to boot. The standard model also features FWDS, but AWD is available in different trims. The FWD average mileage per gallon is 19/26, and AWD average mileage per gallon is 18/25.


2020 Honda Ridgeline Safety In the Forefront

2020 Honda RidgelineThe National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) awarded the Honda Ridgeline with a five-star rating (out of five), scoring the highest individual marks on individual criteria (again, five stars) in ten out of eleven criteria (overall frontal crash rating, front driver side crash rating, front passenger-side crash rating, overall side crash rating, both front and rear seat combined side barrier and pole ratings, overall side barrier crash ratings as well as driver and rear passenger side barrier crash ratings, and overall side pole crash ratings).

The Ridgeline was also labeled by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) as a Top Safety Pick, receiving seven out of nine of the highest ratings per the Institute's own safety criteria (crashworthiness ratings in small overlap-front in both driver and passenger sides, moderate overlap front, side, roof strength, head restraints, and seats, plus the optional frontal crash prevention option and headlights in crash avoidance ratings).

The Honda Ridgeline also offers a number of optional safety features, including adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning, lane-keeping assistive technology, forward collision warning, and automated emergency braking.


Ridgeline Questions

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