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The Honda Ridgeline Truck has a fuel economy range of 21 mpg on the highway and 16 mpg in the city. It has a towing capacity of 5,000 lbs. The all-new Honda Ridgeline is unique, it doesn't look or act like any other pickup truck. It has a covered, sealed and lockable 8.5 cubic-foot storage compartment in its bed that no other pickup truck can match. The Ridgeline is sold in three different levels of standard equipment: The RT is the base model, followed by the RTS and RTL versions, and at the top, the RTL. Standard amenities on the RTL include a navigation system, XM Satellite Radio and a moonroof. All models are powered by the Honda 3.5-liter engine, which is well respected in the industry. All models have a five-speed automatic transmission. They also carry Honda's automatic VTM-4 all-wheel-drive system. The standard operation for this transmission normally proportions the drive 60 percent to the front wheels, 40 percent to the rear. If a necessary situation comes about, it can go to 30/70. Safety equipment that comes standard on Ridgeline includes anti-lock brakes, traction control, vehicle stability assist, standard all-wheel drive, front multi-stage airbags, front and rear side curtain airbags, lap and shoulder belts for all seating positions and LATCH systems for each of the three rear seating positions. The Honda Ridgeline has been redesigned in a revolutionary style. This comes about with a dramatic new tailgate shaping and improved storage innovations. This is all added to its combination of body-on-frame isolation and unibody stiffness. The Honda Ridgeline comes at a reasonable price, even the top level RTS. On the interior, bucket seats come standard in front with a reasonable center console. The split folding 60/40 rear seat is surprisingly comfortable for two adults. There is a 24-degree backrest angle, and these back seats feel more like a front seat. The Honda Ridgeline is a heavy vehicle, with weight coming from its four doors, five seats, all-wheel-drive system and independent front and rear suspension. The V6 engine is powerful and flexible, yet at the same time loses the harshness of some V6s. The RT model is distinguished by black bumpers, black door handles and steel wheels while the other two use body-color handles and bumpers and alloy wheels. The RT has manual seats, but the RTS and RTL come with power seats. The RT trim has no lumbar support, the RTS has manual lumbar, and the RTL has power lumbar. RTS has alloy wheels, 6-disc changer, dual-zone climate control, and eight-way driver's seat. RTL has heated leather seats, HomeLink, and XM. Optional ammenities include XM Satellite Radio, an MP3 digital interface, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls on RTS and RTL, satellite navigation and a roof-mounted DVD entertainment system. On the exterior, the standard grille does look a bit busy. However, there is an optional grille that is available through the Honda accessory program. This is one of about 50 items already developed for dealer installation. The profile view features a lot of metal sculpturing from end to end that normal pickup trucks with separate beds don't have. The Ridgeline has a look to its own and a performance in line with other vehicles in its class.