2017 Toyota Tacoma vs 2017 Honda Ridgeline
Pickups are a great convenience to have around when you need to tow anything or have outdoor projects that require the durability of a truck bed. But full-size trucks can be impractical if you live in town with narrowed parking stalls and limited parking in general. That's where mid-size trucks come in with versatile and capable features in a slightly smaller package. Here to help you find the mid-size truck that works your lifestyle, our Colonial Toyota team has compared the 2017 Toyota Tacoma and 2017 Honda Ridgeline's features.
Performance-wise, the 2017 Tacoma out-tows the Ridgeline and offers a range od TRD performance products to enhance its features. The Ridgeline does offer an in-bed trunk with power outlets and a utility track system but so does the Tacoma. Rather than a trunk at the bottom of the bed, the Tacoma's is on the side and it still offers in-bed power and cleats for cargo management.
|2017 Toyota Tacoma||VS||2017 Honda Ridgeline|
|6800 lbs.||Max Towing Capacity||5000 lbs.|
|3.5L V6||Engine||3.5L V6|
|Yes||In-Bed Cargo Management||Yes|
Take On Any Road or Job with the 2017 Toyota Tacoma
With the 2017 Tacoma and the Ridgeline, you can have all-wheel-drive performance and selectable drive modes. In addition to traction management systems to reduce slip, the Ridgeline and Tacoma offer five different driving modes to various road conditions. The 2017 Tacoma's Multi-Terrain Select offers settings based on traction availability, adjusting the engine throttle and traction control accordingly.
To learn more about what the 2017 Toyota Tacoma can do for you, contact our team today at Colonial Toyota in Milford, CT. You can also schedule a test drive online at your convenience from a desktop, laptop or any mobile device.