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Last Updated: May 31, 2019

Low Sales: The Honda Ridgeline is one of the slowest selling trucks in the compact pickup truck segment, ahead of only the GMC Canyon. The all-new Ford Ranger, which has only been on sale for a few months, is outselling the Ridgeline by nearly 60 percent this year. Honda dealerships have moved about the same number of Ridgeline models this year relative to the same period in 2018.

High Prices: The Ridgeline's slow sales may be due to its high price. A base Ridgeline starts just under $30,000 – about $3,000 above the class average for similarly-equipped models. A fully-loaded Ridgeline costs about $1,500 more than the segment average for top trims.

Time to Buy: Considering weak demand, buyers looking for a good deal on a Ridgeline right now may be able to negotiate with dealers for a price below sticker. The Ridgeline is also the top-ranked compact pickup truck, so you know that you’re driving home a quality vehicle. This month's Honda deals can help you find some additional savings. To save even more, consider the Chevy Colorado. Though demand is high, the price tag for a comparably-equipped base model starts about $3,000 below the Ridgeline’s.

2019 Honda Ridgeline Prices

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