The Honda Ridgeline is an incredible truck with an awesome engine and durable 4x4 system, and Markley Honda is here to tell you all about it. The Honda Ridgeline and its multiple trim levels, the Honda Ridgeline Sport, the Honda Ridgeline RTL, the Honda Ridgeline RTL-E, and the Honda Ridgeline Black Edition, are each a little different, but all extremely capable both on and off-road. They also have fantastic interiors and feature Honda Sensing® technology, like the Collision Mitigation Braking System™. The remaining question many people have about the Honda Ridgeline is, “What exactly is the Honda Ridgeline towing capacity and how can I use it?” Fortunately, Markley Honda has the answer!
Though there are four trim levels, there is only one all-terrain 4x4 system and one very powerful 280-horsepower, 3.5L V6 engine. The 4x4 system, the i-VTM4® AWD, works with the Honda Ridgeline’s Intelligent Traction Management feature, which allows for maximum control in just about every driving condition. This system features a variety of three different drive modes: snow, sand, and mud. How does this aid the Honda Ridgeline towing capacity? Because with all-terrain capabilities like this, you can tow your boat or trailer just about anywhere.
When we say you can tow just about anywhere, we mean it. Say you want to take a pop-up camper to your favorite, but very remote fishing hole. The Honda Ridgeline’s towing capacity and its off-road capability will get you there safe and sound. Not only that, but with features like a 1,583 lb. payload capacity with the Honda Ridgeline Sport, and an available kayak attachment, you can take just about anything along for the trip. Like the payload capacity, the Honda Ridgeline towing capacity is more than impressive and maxes out at 5,000 lbs., which is enough to tow a boat, a trailer, a large pop-up camper, jet skis, and much more.
Don’t wait another minute without owning a Honda Ridgeline. Visit Markley Honda today to purchase yours.