2018 Honda Ridgeline vs 2018 Toyota Tacoma
Finding a truck that can get the job done and get it done efficiently is tough to find. With so many options today, it can be hard to figure out which trucks fit your style. We wanted to take a look at two popular truck models, the 2018 Honda Ridgeline RT 2WD and the 2018 Toyota Tacoma, to help you in your car-buying research. So what are some of the differences between the 2018 Honda Ridgeline vs the 2018 Toyota Tacoma?
While drivers have to pay extra in order to get the most power and best performance out of their truck, each 2018 Ridgeline model comes equipped with a powerful 3.5-liter 24-valve SOHC i-VTEC V6 engine. This engine is able to produce an impressive 280 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque. If power wasn’t enough, the new Ridgeline RT 2WD model impresses with its capability, offering a towing capacity of 3,500 lbs, as well as a payload capacity of 1,465 lbs.
2018 Honda Ridgeline RT 2WD
2018 Toyota Tacoma
|109.7 cu.ft||Passenger Volume||57.5 cu.ft|
|1,465 lbs||Payload Capacity||1,175 lbs|
Truck Bed of the 2018 Honda Ridgeline
The new Honda Ridgeline also offers convenient features that other trucks don’t offer, such as the Ridgeline’s exciting truck bed. In fact, the truck bed of the new Ridgeline was designed with minimal wheel well housings in order to make hauling easier and allow for more space. The new truck also offers a lockable 7.3 cu.ft In-Bed Trunk which can store extra gear or water bottles and ice for those doing work on a hot day. The bed also allows for other conveniences thanks to its available 150W/400W Truck-Bed Outlet, as well as the industry-first Truck Bed Audio System for your favorite tunes.
If you would like to learn more about the differences between the 2018 Honda Ridgeline vs the 2018 Toyota Tacoma, be sure to contact us at Miller Honda. You can also get behind the wheel of the new Ridgeline today by visiting our dealership in Winchester, VA.
*19 city/26 highway/22 combined mpg rating for 2WD models. 18 city/25 highway/21 combined mpg rating for AWD models. Use for comparison purposes only. Based on 2018 EPA mileage ratings. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.