Do Honda ridgelines have problems? In fact, when it comes to the 2018 Honda Ridgeline, Consumer Reports' data shows that this used Ridgeline has several problems to contend with.

We expect the 2021 Honda Ridgeline to continue into the next model year with the same 280-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine. The Ridgeline V6 comes with a nine-speed automatic transmission, producing 19/26 mpg with front-wheel-drive or 19/24 mpg with the all-wheel-drive models. 

Why is the Honda Ridgeline not a truck? With a four-wheel independent suspension and unibody construction in place of the body-on-frame design of a conventional pickup, the Ridgeline rides and handles more like a crossover than a truck. The ride is firm, but there's none of the jiggling over bumps that's common in an unladen traditional truck

Does the Ridgeline have a timing belt? The 2019 honda ridgeline has a timing belt, rather than a timing chain.

The short answer is yes. The redesigned 2021 Honda Ridgeline compact pickup truck retains its unibody construction. With underpinnings shared with the likes of the Honda Odyssey and Honda Pilot, the new Honda Ridgeline is still a smooth city truck with an all-new design making it look tougher before. 

If you're wondering if a body-on-frame design is safer than a unibody design, the answer is no. Body-on-frame vehicles lack crumple zones, which can lead to severe injuries and even fatalities in collisions. 

Is Honda Ridgeline made in Canada? HCM is the only facility in the world that produces the Ridgeline, MDX, CSX and Civic 2-door. The manufacturing facility has an annual capacity of 390,000 units and employs more than 4,300 Associates.

Does 2022 Ridgeline have VCM? The Feature: Ridgeline is powered by a direct-injection V-6—a 3.5-liter, aluminum-alloy, single-overhead camshaft, 24-valve i-VTEC engine featuring Honda's advanced Variable Cylinder Management™ (VCM®) system.

Is Ridgeline built on Pilot chassis? Is the Honda Ridgeline a Good Truck? The Honda Ridgeline has a unibody chassis, which is like a crossover. It shares underpinnings with the Honda Odyssey and SUVs like the Honda Pilot and Passport. But all a Unibody frame means is that the frame and chassis are one piece.

What is the disadvantages of unibody? There are three downsides that make unibody a bad fit for some types of vehicles: Lower towing capacity. Worse off-road performance. More expensive repair costs.