Thursday, September 27, 2007

2007 Honda Ridgeline Review

On the 2007 Honda Ridgeline, 4-wheel drive is standard across the line, and combines with the engine power to give the Ridgeline the ability to tow up to 5,000 pounds, and its five-foot bed not only sports a lockable hidden trunk, but also has the ability to hold 4x8�s flat between its wheel wells (or up to 1,000 pounds of anything else you might want to haul).

Other exterior features of the 2007 Ridgeline include timed windshield wipers, a distant unlock system, folding motorized side mirrors, embedded bed lights, heavy duty tow hooks, an invisible antenna, and privacy glass. Optional features, available at higher trim levels, include a tow hitch and wiring bridle, a security system, and a power moon roof.

Inside the Ridgeline�s five-passenger crew cab are many of Honda�s usual safety and comfort features. 3-point safety belts for every seat begin the list, and it continues with front and front-side airbags, and side-curtain airbags with rollover sensors, all of which helped to earn Ridgeline�s five-star NHTSA NCAP crash test rating. Additionally, there are side-impact door beams, an anti-lock braking system, and traction control.

Comfort features include cup holders in the front and back seats, power windows (including the rear cabin window) and door locks, cruise control, and an adjustable steering column. As well, power outlets, map lights, sunglass holders, and an abundance of in-cab storage are standard on all 2007 Honda Ridgeline trucks.

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