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.
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.