The Rugged 2024 Honda Ridgeline Trailsport Starts At $46,355

The entry-level pickup starts at $41,125, $950 more than before.

The Honda Ridgeline rolls into 2024 with minor styling modifications, a brand-new model, and a more expensive price across the entire lineup.

The entry-level model is now priced at $41,125 (all prices include a $1,375 delivery charge), which is $950 more than the previous model. It will be available at US dealers today. Honda will launch its Ridgeline with four trims: Sport, RTL, TrailSport, and Blac.

The brand new TrailSport will replace the RTL-E as the top of the line and begins at $46,355, whereas the most expensive Black Edition costs $47,725, an increase of $120 over 2023.

The model comes with a fresh mesh grille, and the truck’s name is engraved on the tailgate. On the inside, Honda has added a new centre console with larger cups, wireless charging, a classic armrest, and a cubby.

The automaker has also included a 7.0-inch display within the instrument cluster to the speedometer analogue and a larger 9.0-inch touchscreen for infotainment inside the dashboard.

While the Ridgeline was modified a bit in 2024, Honda left the powertrain completely. The pickup still has a 3.5-liter Vae3.5-litre engine that produces 268 horsepower and 262 pounds of torque. A nine-speed gearbox delivers power to the standard all-wheel-drive system with rear-active torque vectoring.

2024 Honda Ridgeline TrimPrice (Incl. destination charge)
Sport$41,125
RTL$43,995
TrailSport$46,355
Black Edition $47,725

Ridgeline TrailSport is a new model. Ridgeline TrailSport is unique and gives its truck the General Grabber Sport all-terrain tyres wrapped around 18-inch wheels.

An off-road-focused suspension tune will keep the car in place, while the steel underbody shield guards an oil tank. It’s available in the exclusive Diffused Sky Blue with orange accent stitching across the cabin.

Honda will continue to provide the HPD Package to the model. The package includes:

  • A new grille.
  • An oil pan protector.
  • 18-inch HPD alloy wheels covered in all-terrain tyres and black lug nuts.
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