2014 Honda Ridgeline Special Edition Priced
The 2014 Honda Ridgeline Special Edition goes on sale this week, priced at $37,505. As the top-of-the-line trim, the Ridgeline Special Edition comes with keyless entry, rearview camera, 60/40 lift-up rear seats, and a leather interior. It includes blacked-out trim around the wheel spokes, headlights, tailgate, and grille. A navigation system with voice recognition, XM Radio, Bluetooth, and display screen adds refinement to the otherwise spartan Ridgeline. The Special Edition trim was introduced two months after the Ridgeline began sales for the 2014 model year. The base Ridgeline RT is available for $29,575 and comes with only a few standard features. AM/FM radio, six speakers, climate control, parking sensors, and a ventilation system is the most buyers will get on the bottom trim. Although Honda is doing a good job of introducing special trims, the Ridgeline is in serious need of an update. It has essentially maintained its same structure since its introduction for 2006. Rumors have long been swirling that Honda will soon drop this model after slow sales. Source: Honda
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