Overview & Reviews
The 2013 Honda Ridgeline gets a standard rearview camera for all trim levels.
- Roomy and comfortable cabin
- Dent-resistant bed with innovative trunk compartment and two-way tailgate.
- Above-average ride and handling
- Longish braking distances.
- Lackluster power and fuel economy
- Aging design
- Modest off-road and towing capabilities
- Only one body style
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I got what I wanted - A great vehicle - 2013 Honda Ridgeline
By joe - December 10 - 4:01 am
I wanted an all around vehicle with a comfortable on the road ride with some off the road capability. A vehicle that would be able to handle a snow storm or icy roads. A vehicle I could haul bags of mulch, or shrubs from the nursery. A vehicle that could carry the grandkids, cooler, buggy boards, umbrella and chairs to the beach. And I got it with my 2013 Honda Ridgeline I purchased new. A great vehicle.
Swiss Army Knife of Vehicles - 2013 Honda Ridgeline
By Steve Rosenberg - November 9 - 9:14 pm
Just like the knife, it isn't necessarily the best when compared to more targeted, specialized tools, but you love it because it does so many things well. A very competent daily drive that goes to work with you on the weekends.
radio reception bad - 2013 Honda Ridgeline
By blackdd - October 26 - 6:45 pm
I just bought a 2013 ridgeline truck with the nav system. The truck is fine except for the radio. Anytime I am around a telephone pole I lose reception. It has been at the dealers for a week now and they have replaced the antenna cable, amplifier, and antenna. I still lose all reception. On one of the road trials they hooked up a temporary outside antenna and the reception was great. But Honda told them to replace the parts. I realize that the truck looks good without the antenna sticking out of the roof but it seems there is a problem with it.
Perfect blend of versatility - 2013 Honda Ridgeline
By rdougr - October 1 - 11:23 pm
I had a Ford F-150 FX-4 for the past 10 years. It was reliable and a great truck, but the gas mileage sucked and i wasn't using it as a large truck should be used very often. When I did it always filled the bill, though sucking up a gallon og gas every 10 miles got old. It was also cumbersome to drive & park in traffic. The Ridgeline is a well-built, more compact truck that more suits the way I drive these days. It will pull a trailer and get me through the snow, just not as heavy a trailer or as deep a snow as the Ford. The Ford was a super cab with a small back seat. The Honda is crew cab with a roomy back seat. It gets 21 mpg at 70 mph and 20 mpg at 75 mph.
HAPPY - 2013 Honda Ridgeline
By bscovotti - July 29 - 11:54 am
I'm very happy with my Honda Ridgeline purchase.
From F150 to Ridgeline - 2013 Honda Ridgeline
By geezoman - April 27 - 6:41 am
I drove a Ford F150 Lariat for 15 years. When it came time to replace that truck I wanted to downsize a little. I drove all of the smaller pickups in the market and found the Honda Ridgeline to be the right size, 4 wheel capability, smooth riding, relatively quiet, and fully capable for what I need in a pickup. Getting the Honda reliability was a plus. We drove it around town for the first 4K miles and it was a pleasure driving it in an urban setting, easy to park, great for those occasional trips to buy furniture, and good looking enough for date nights. You guessed it, I don't miss my F-150.
Just picked up my Ridgeline - 2013 Honda Ridgeline
By garyb10 - March 1 - 11:18 am
Pretty much as expected. Great interior design, although it is missing the iPod/USB connection and Bluetooth. Trunk in bed is awesome feature. Gas mileage is averaging just over 19