Honda buffed up its Ridgeline pickup for 2021 with a boxier front end featuring a more prominent truck-like grille and bulging hood– and it’s gotten a small price bump to go with it.
Since it was unveiled in October, Honda has dropped the front-wheel-drive model and made all-wheel-drive standard starting at $37,665 for an entry-level sport. That’s a $350 increase over last year.
Aside from the cosmetic upgrade, the biggest changes to the Ridgeline are a slightly wider stance, a new infotainment system and a switch from a lever to buttons for the gear selector.
The unibody-based Ridgeline continues to be powered by a 280 hp V6 and is rated to tow up to 5,000 pounds.
A top of the line Black Edition is priced at $45,095.