Hauling in the Honda Ridgeline has Never Been Easier

2014 Honda Ridgeline Hauling Capabilities

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When it comes to storage in a vehicle, there aren’t many better options than a pickup truck. When uncovered, the truck bed allows for endless possibilities and can fit much more than you could probably ever squeeze into a minivan. While the truck bed is useful, the design is the same in pretty much every truck—except for one. The 2014 Honda Ridgeline hauling capabilities have never been better, and accessing the truck bed has never been easier.

One of the biggest upsides to the truck bed of the Ridgeline is that the wheel arches don’t take up a ton of space like they do in other trucks. It allows you to just save your back trying to lift heavy objects over the arches. If you like off-roading, you can just roll your ATV right into the bed and close the tailgate. You can also keep the rest of your belongings safe and clean in the truck bed—even if that ATV is caked in mud. A lockable in-bed trunk provides an additional 8.5 cubic feet of storage. That’s a feature that you won’t find on any other truck.

The Ridgeline also makes it easy to access that trunk. Typically when the tailgate is down, it hangs over the rear bumper meaning that you have to strain that little extra to reach objects further back in the truck bed. That’s not the case in the Ridgeline. A dual-action tailgate swings down like a typical tailgate, but it also opens up like a door, making accessing the truck bed and in-bed trunk easier than ever.

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The dual-action tailgate can swing down like a typical tailgate, or to the side like a door.

With a payload of more than 1500 pounds, the Ridgeline can handle just about anything that you put in it—or behind it. With a powerful 250-horsepower V-6 engine and four-wheel drive, the Ridgeline is capable of towing up to 5000 pounds.

Many of the features that are found in the 2014 Ridgeline can also be found in the 2013 model, including the in-bed trunk and dual-action tailgate. The models are similar because the 2014 Honda Ridgeline will be the last model before the Ridgeline takes a year-long hiatus for a complete redesign. We currently have the 2013 Ridgeline in stock in our new car inventory, and it shouldn’t be long before we see the 2014 Ridgeline in San Antonio. Schedule a test drive today to discover the amazing 2014 Honda Ridgeline hauling capabilities.

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