2012 Honda Ridgeline Features

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It's very well-equipped in base form, which explains why the Honda Ridgeline doesn't have much in the way of options, though there are a few trim levels offered.

More of an SUV with a bed than a full-size truck, the Ridgeline, comes in RT, RTS, and RTL trim levels. All versions have standard power windows, locks, and mirrors; cruise control; a 100-watt, six-CD sound system; and air conditioning. The mid-level RTS gets privacy glass and distinct alloy wheels, as well as a 160-watt sound system.

Navigation and Bluetooth are on the options list, and the Ridgeline now has some voice controls to connect them.

Step to the priciest Ridgeline, the RTL, and you'll also get standard heated mirrors; moonroof; fog lamps; satellite radio; and 18-inch wheels.

Honda typically bundles features in trim lines, and doesn't offer many stand-alone options. The Ridgeline has some add-ons available that are relatively new to the pickup class, but now also available on trucks from Ram, Ford, GM, Toyota and Nissan. The options list includes a voice-recognition navigation system with on-the-go Zagat restaurant information and a rearview camera, and Bluetooth hands-free connectivity.

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