The Honda Ridgeline (YK1) is the first generation of pickup truck manufactured by Honda under the Ridgeline nameplate. According to Honda and automotive journalists, the first generation Ridgeline has some additional noteworthy designs, including: * An in-bed trunk (an industry first) * A dual-action tailgate * A dent and corrosion resistant half-ton capacity composite bed * An all-wheel drive truck with a fully independent suspension * Ultra-low emissions * A large interior for a mid-size pickup

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  • The Honda Ridgeline (YK1) is the first generation of pickup truck manufactured by Honda under the Ridgeline nameplate. According to Honda and automotive journalists, the first generation Ridgeline has some additional noteworthy designs, including: * An in-bed trunk (an industry first) * A dual-action tailgate * A dent and corrosion resistant half-ton capacity composite bed * An all-wheel drive truck with a fully independent suspension * Ultra-low emissions * A large interior for a mid-size pickup Contrary to some media reporting, Honda's publications state that the first generation Ridgeline was a uniquely engineered vehicle with only 7% of its components shared with other Honda vehicles. Its powertrain resembled the one used in the first generation Acura MDX but was "extensively calibrated and strengthened" for heavier hauling and towing duties. The first generation Ridgeline went on sale in March 2005 as a 2006 model year vehicle. Production of the first generation Ridgeline ended in early 2015. According to Honda, the Ridgeline was not designed to steal sales from the more traditional trucks sold in North America, but was developed to "give the 18% of Honda owners who also own pickups a chance to make their garages a Honda-only parking area." Despite the first generation Ridgeline's poor sales, according to the author of Driving Honda, this mid-size pickup was one of the more profitable vehicles for Honda with reported sales in over 20 countries. (en)
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  • Honda's Sport Utility Truck Concept (en)
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