Honda Ridgeline getting a TrailSport version soon
The Honda Ridgeline, which is primarily being sold in the USA, will be following the example of the full-size SUV Pilot by getting a TrailSport modification. The details are scarce, but we expect the upgrades to be similar between models.
Honda puts both aesthetic and technical improvements in the TrailSport package, notably including upgraded suspension and ‘rugged’ exterior trims.
The Pilot TrailSport that debuted last fall had reinforced springs and shock absorbers, 25 mm (1 inch) of added ride height and high-profile tires wrapped around downsized rims. It also had AWD tweaks.
Just when the upfitted Ridgeline may debut is unknown. We suppose it could hit the spotlight alongside the new model year truck.
A year and a half ago, Honda mentioned that it considered distilling its TrailSport lineup into a separate off-road brand of sorts. It timed the announcement to coincide with the launch of the first car bearing that badge, the Passport SUV.
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