Honda Says New Ridgeline Truck Coming Within Two Years

Current truck to cease production next year

Dec 11 2013, 1:19pm CST | by

Honda Says New Ridgeline Truck Coming Within Two Years
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Honda has offered up a teaser image of the next generation Ridgeline truck. Honda says that the new truck will hit dealerships within the next two years. The company also announced that the current model Ridgeline construction will cease in mid-2014.

The Ridgeline truck debuted in the fall of 2005 and has been in production since then. Honda is offering no details on what the next generation truck will offer. Trucks are a huge business in the US with several top selling vehicles being trucks.

"The next generation Ridgeline will build on Honda's role in creating new value with a new take on advancing form and function in the truck segment," saidMichael Accavitti, senior vice president of automobile operations for American Honda Motor Co., Inc. "With a clear path forward, Ridgeline will play an even more important role in our future product portfolio and strengthen an already class-leading lineup of light trucks."

 
 
 

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