We don't know a lot about this truck just yet, but it looks a lot smaller than a full size truck, so is it going to compete with the Colorado, Canyon, Tacoma, Frontier, etc. in the mid-sized truck market? The previous generation of Ridgeline never really picked up a lot of momentum as it didn't really fit into any category. That, coupled with it's Avalanche-esque styling was really polarizing.
It looks like it will get the 3.5L V-6 that comes in the Pilot, so it should have decent power, so long as it doesn't weigh as much as a barge hauling bricks. The bed has a composite floor featuring an in-bed trunk where the full size spare normally goes in most trucks. The donut spare is accessed via this trunk. The bed also had 4 feet of floor space allowing owners to haul drywall and plywood sheets flat.
It certainly has a huge bed, but I wonder how the unibody will cope with loads and how the suspension will deal with towing. Perhaps if buyers want the comfort of a car, but need to haul loads every now and again the Ridgeline will be for them.
What do you guys think about this truck?