While many trucks are built for utility rather than comfort, the Ridgeline is built for both. The interior of the Ridgeline is geared up to very comfortably accommodate family or friends and also provides exceptional cargo storage options in varied configurations. With so much inside space to take advantage of, you just might forget you’re riding in a truck.
Capacious Cargo Volume: Cargo and storage spaces are also impressive inside the Ridgeline. A standard 60/40-split lift-up rear seat conceals 2.9 cubic feet of under-seat storage. In this long, hidden compartment, valuables can be concealed from view and longer items like umbrellas, tools, or blueprints can be kept.
Versatility: The Ridgeline’s lift-up rear seat also gives you flexibility as your seating versus cargo needs change from trip to trip. Either side of the split rear seat can be folded up to feature seating on one side and cargo space on the other. For maximum cargo room, both sides of the rear seat can be folded away, leaving ample space for whatever you need to carry along with you—even a bicycle!
The exterior of the Ridgeline is just as outstanding when it comes to cargo storage, and some of those world-firsts we mentioned earlier come into play to give drivers all the room and function they need. Never before was a truck bed so versatile and functional!
Big, Bad Bed: The Ridgeline’s truck bed itself delivers 33.9 cubic feet of cargo space to hold your gear, with the length of the bed measuring 64.0 inches when the tailgate is up and 83.0 inches when the tailgate is down. The Ridgeline additionally boasts a payload capacity of up to 1,584 pounds and can tow up to 5,000 pounds.
Game-Changing Tailgate: Speaking of tailgates, the Ridgeline is currently the only truck in the world to offer a dual-action tailgate, and it is the first such tailgate the auto industry has ever seen. This innovative tailgate can be folded down, like any ordinary tailgate, but it can also be swung open horizontally like a door. This amazing feature gives drivers a new way to load and unload their truck in the way that is easiest for the moment and the cargo.