Honda Ridgeline Review 2022 

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The Avalon is rated at 25 combined mpg (22 city/31 highway)

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MSRP range: $38,140 - $45,570

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Price

The Avalon is rated at 25 combined mpg (22 city/31 highway)

Although the Ridgeline falls short in terms of hauling and off-road ability, it is still a very impressive midsize pickup overall.

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Overview

What's New

The Avalon is rated at 25 combined mpg (22 city/31 highway)

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Part of the second Ridgeline generation introduced for 2017

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The Avalon is rated at 25 combined mpg (22 city/31 highway)

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For a midsize truck, the Ridgeline reached 60 mph in 7.2 seconds, which is a quick time.

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Performance

The Avalon is rated at 25 combined mpg (22 city/31 highway)

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The cabin has very little vibration and noise. The exception is the surprisingly playful and grunty V6, which you'll hear when you mat the gas.

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Comfort

The Avalon is rated at 25 combined mpg (22 city/31 highway)

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There is a typical tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, and adjusting the seat to a comfortable position is simple.

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Interior

The Avalon is rated at 25 combined mpg (22 city/31 highway)

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The all-wheel-drive Ridgeline, the only model on the market, is expected to achieve a combined efficiency of 21 mpg (18 city/24 highway), according to the EPA.

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Fuel Economy

The Avalon is rated at 25 combined mpg (22 city/31 highway)

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Because there isn't a front-wheel-drive model available anymore, the Ridgeline's base price has gone up in comparison to previous years.

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Value

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