Not everybody buys a truck specifically to tow things, but you don’t buy a truck that can’t tow, period. Fortunately, with the 2019 Honda Ridgeline, you get ample towing capacity--and a whole lot of other things.

2019 Honda Ridgeline Towing Capacity

  • Models equipped with FWD: 3,500lbs
  • Models equipped with AWD: 5,000lbs

The base RT trim is only available with FWD, while the Sport, RTL, RTL-T all give you your choice between FWD and AWD--meaning your choice between a 3,500 lb. maximum towing capacity and 5,000 lb. At the top of the lineup, the RTLE-E and Black Edition trim levels have AWD standard.

All 2019 Honda Ridgeline models come with the same burly-but-efficient 280-horsepower V6 engine, meaning you’ll never lack for power when you’re hauling the boat to the lake or a small camper up to the mountains...but you’re also not going to lose your shirt at the gas pump. It’ll get you up to 19/26/22 city/highway/combined mpg as a FWD, or 18/25/21 in AWD models. For a truck this powerful, that’s serious fuel efficiency.

What Can I Tow With My 2019 Honda Ridgeline?

Of course, when making use of the towing capabilities of your Honda Ridgeline, always practice safety. Remember that the maximum towing capacity includes whatever additional weight it in the car, so don’t try to hook a 3,000 lb. trailer up to a FWD Ridgeline with 600 lbs.-worth of people, pets, and cargo already in the cabin.

So if you’re ready to get your summer yard work or outdoor travel plans kicked off on the right foot, pay a visit to our Manorville area Honda dealer to check out the 2019 Honda Ridgeline. Feel free to contact us online or if you have any questions about our models, selection, or new car specials.

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