Choosing Between the 2017 Honda Ridgeline RT, RTS, and Sport Trim

052017 Honda Ridgeline Greenville Once you have decided to start driving the new Honda Ridgeline around Greenville, North Carolina, you will need to figure out which trim level is right for you. You can choose from seven trim levels, with the RT, RTS, and Sport being the bottom three. There is also the choice of front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. To get a better idea of which trim you should opt for, take the time to learn more about them.

RT

The base Ridgeline RT trim level comes with everything you truly need. The exterior has 18-inch 5-spoke alloy wheels, a dual-action tailgate, a lockable in-bed trunk, a 2-inch receiver tow hitch, a cargo bed light, LED taillights, and auto-off halogen projector headlights. Interior convenience comes from push-button start, illuminated controls on the tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, the 60/40 split rear seat that lifts up to reveal storage, full power accessories, and rear privacy glass. You also get cloth bucket seats in front, seven speakers, a 4.2-inch multi-information screen by the gauges, a 5-inch display, a multi-angle rearview camera featuring dynamic guidelines, Bluetooth, and a USB port.

RTS

Going with the 2017 Ridgeline RTS gives you everything on the RT but upgrades to 18-inch machine-finish alloy wheels. You also get halogen fog lights, remote engine start, and smart entry. The interior gets seatback pockets, the HomeLink remote system, and tri-zone automatic climate control.

Sport

If you like the general idea of the RTS trim but prefer a different style, consider the Sport. It has its own 18-inch alloy wheels painted gray, a black exterior trim, and interior footwell lighting in red.

For more information on these trim levels or help configuring your 2017 Honda Ridgeline, visit Barbour Hendrick Honda in Greenville, North Carolina. We will work with you to figure out which trim best meets your needs or help you go on a test drive.