Auto123 looks at the mild refresh being given the 2021 Honda Ridgeline.
The current-generation Honda Ridgeline made its debut for the 2017 model year. For its fifth year on the market, Honda has decided to offer it a little facelift. The company this week presented the 2021 Ridgeline in words and pictures.
The first thing to note is that the Japanese automaker wanted to give the model more character. Modifications take the form of a more domed hood, a more-massive grille and a wider track. A new bar (black or chrome) now connects the headlights, and new side air intakes contribute to better aerodynamics.
The changes not only rejuvenate the face of the model, but also help differentiate the front end from that of the Pilot SUV. It should be noted that the model shown here is the U.S. version. Some of the following changes may be different for the Canadian market.