2007 Honda Ridgeline Values

Select a 2007 Honda Ridgeline trim level

2007 model year changes

The Honda Ridgeline has only been out for two years, and changes are few for 2007. A new trim level is available, the RTX, which adds a trailer hitch, various exterior visual enhancements, and some interior luxury features. Also for 2007, the Ridgeline RTL gets a moonroof and XM satellite radio as standard equipment. Honda has also introduced a number of new colors in shades of green, gray, red, and black.

Competitive comparison

A truck for Honda car people; only in-bed lockable, waterproof trunk on the market.

Special features for 2007

Honda tired of watching loyal buyers desert their ranks to buy pickups elsewhere, so they created the Ridgeline in 2006. A truck with a full-size interior and a mid-size exterior, the Ridgeline provides comfort for family use while still being quite capable of towing snowmobiles, carrying two dirt motorcycles in the bed, and even holding a mountain bike in the back seat of a locked cab. The 3.5L VTEC V6 engine and five-speed automatic transmission makes for reasonable fuel economy, and full-time all-wheel drive and vehicle stability control make the Ridgeline one of the most surefooted pickups on the market.


A carry-over from 2006, the Ridgeline is a compact four-door pick up truck that offers a unique enclosed trunk underneath the bed. Offered in RT, RTX, RTS, RTL (moonroof), and RTL (moonroof and navigation) trim levels. All models feature a 3.5Liter V6 engine that produces 247HP with a five-speed automatic transmission as standard.