Used 2007 HondaRidgeline RTL w/Leather

  • VIN: 2HJYK16597H538140
  • Stock: 8140T
Odometer
145,108 miles
Fuel Economy
16.0/21.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
White
Interior Color
Brown
Body
Pickup Truck
Transmission
Automatic
Drivetrain
Four Wheel Drive
Engine
3.5L SOHC PGM-FI 24-Valve VTEC V6 Engine
Honda Ridgeline
  • Carfax Free

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

GLAVAN FORD IS COMMITTED TO PROVIDING EVERY CUSTOMER WITH THE BEST CUSTOMER SERVICE! This Honda Ridgeline is equipped with leather heated seats, bed-liner, sun roof, and more! There is no reason why you shouldn't buy this Honda Ridgeline RTL w/Leather. It is incomparable for the price and quality. More information about the 2007 Honda Ridgeline: Honda tired of watching loyal buyers desert their ranks to buy pickups elsewhere, so they created the Ridgeline in 2006. A truck with a full-size interior and a mid-size exterior, the Ridgeline provides comfort for family use while still being quite capable of towing snowmobiles, carrying two dirt motorcycles in the bed, and even holding a mountain bike in the back seat of a locked cab. The 3.5L VTEC V6 engine and five-speed automatic transmission makes for reasonable fuel economy, and full-time all-wheel drive and vehicle stability control make the Ridgeline one of the most surefooted pickups on the market. This model sets itself apart with A truck for Honda car people and only in-bed lockable, waterproof trunk on the market. Call us today at (800)794-4010! GLAVAN FORD OF CLAY CENTER IS THE HOME OF ENGINES AND OIL CHANGES FOR LIFE!!

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.7Out of 5
  • Best Vehicle I have owned!

    By Knightrider on Wednesday, July 28, 2010

    5.0
    I have owned only 4x4s (Dodge-Powerwagon, ToyotaSR5, Jeep CJ7 x2, K-5 Blazer x2, Chevy Extended cab PU, Suburban x3) and found myself driving 99% by myself and wanted to down size. I checked all the mid-size SUVs but was intrigued by the style of the Honda. I fell in luv with this truck, but concerned of practicality of hauling medical equipment (wife has a Pilot that I didn't like driving). I bought the RTL w/NAV so it came with all features except the rearview camera. I have driven over 94,000 miles of highway, mountain roads, dirt switchbacks, sand, mud and snow and still love it. It still feels & sounds like it was new. The only type of driving I haven't done is all out rock crawling off-roading (which it isn't intended for) that I did years ago. This is the first vehicle that after 4 yrs & high milage that I want to keep. What I love: seating comfort, storage compartments in & out, trunk, climate control, heated seats/mirrors, performance & handling, no body lean/roll in corners (with or w/o topper), styling, STOP. It'll be easier to say what I don't love: significant blind spots, Honda brand hard tonneau cover, NAV system, & wind noise when moon roof is open caused by the deflector. What would I do different next time: roof rack, aftermarket roll-up hard bed cover & NAV system with reverse camera or sensors, and not install the body side protectors. Useful accessories I have: wheel locks, towing kit, cargo bed net, under-seat storage, auto day/night mirror, security system. BTW... this is first truck I've experienced an increase in mileage by adding a topper to it, +3mpg.
  • Safe, practical vehicle

    By Dudeman on Sunday, June 21, 2009

    4.0
    So many people bad mouth the Ridgeline and it really irritates me. And if you can guess, they all are truck owners. How many truck owners haul concrete, gravel or extremely heavy items on a regular basis. Zero that I know. If this is what you do, don't buy a Ridgeline. If you need a vehicle for an occational trip to Home Depot (like 90 percent of people) and you want a vehicle that rides like a car, seats 5 comfortably,has a 5 star safety rating (8 airbags, traction and stability control, ABS brakes) - all standard, then this is the vehicle for you. Another awesome feature this truck has that no others thought of is a tailgate that opens both vertical and horizonal and has a lockable sealed trunk under the bed, this is also where the spare tire is (dry and easy to get to, not under the vehicle exposed to rain, rust, dirt and salt). It can also hold 4x8 sheets of plywood or sheetrock flat between the wheel wells... granted you have to keep the tailgate down but BIG DEAL, how often are you doing that. Another feature that a lot of people don't know is it's front wheel drive all the time and 4 wheel drive when needed (automatically). No other truck is like this, (again, perfect for 90 percent of people). I've driven a lot of trucks and this one BY FAR feels more safe and stable. The only thing I wish this truck had is a little more power. Shop around, I got $7700 off list. For that, it is a no brainer. Even if you don't save that much, this truck is a bargain. And it's a HONDA--RELIABLE!! Need I say more?
  • Best out of my last 6 pickup trucks.

    By Jim on Wednesday, July 25, 2012

    5.0
    I love the styling, ride and the huge under-bed trunk is fantastic. I have 180,000 miles on it with no problems!

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