The truck bed is built for cargo, but we want to focus on how the 2017 Honda Ridgeline cargo capacity has been upgraded in the cabin. The new Ridgeline gives you access to convenient technology storage and charging, an out-of-sight storage area under the rear seats, and a fold-up seat that makes room for tall cargo that you want or need to be in the cabin.
Console Storage: Between the two front seats is a console with enough space for a 10-inch tablet. You should have no trouble fitting your smartphone, wallet, and other necessities there, and the convenient USB and charging ports make it easy to keep those batteries full.
60/40-Split Folding Rear Seat: The comfortable rear seat has room for up to three passengers, but when you need to haul cargo, it folds out of the way. Lift the seats up and unveil a floor-to-ceiling cargo space that has room for a flat-screen TV or a full-size bike.
Rear Under-Seat Storage: You have more cargo options than simply folding up the rear seat; underneath the seats is 2.9 cubic feet of storage, perfect for backpacks and essential tools.
The Ridgeline cab has 109.7 cubic feet of passenger space available, and it can switch from moving friends to moving cargo, and back—a versatile truck for your busy life.
Truck drivers rely on the bed of their pickup for work and play. Whether heading off-road with a 4×4 or taking supplies to the job site, the 2017 Honda Ridgeline cargo capacity features plenty of space in the bed and the anchors you need to secure it all. These Ridgeline bed features make loading, carrying, and unloading cargo easy in your new Honda truck:
Hidden Wheel Wells: Most midsize trucks have trouble fitting a 4-foot wide sheet of plywood or drywall in the bed, but the Ridgeline’s unique wheel well solution lets you slide those sheets in flat against the truck bed.
Deep Bed: Tools and work gear just piles up in the bed of a pickup, but the Ridgeline has plenty of space. With 33.9 cubic feet of cargo room, you can fit large tools like saws and drills in their own cases as well as your full-size tool box.
In-Bed Trunk: The bed is just the start of the storage for the Ridgeline, which has a lockable in-bed trunk with 7.3 cubic feet of storage space. Keep valuable tools out of sight or secure your smartphone while working. A drain in the bottom makes the trunk easy to clean and lets it double as a cooler for your tailgate party.
Dual-Action Tailgate: At 64 inches long, you can fit quite a bit in the bed of the Ridgeline, but a traditional tailgate can get in the way of unloading larger objects. Honda’s truck features a dual-action tailgate that folds down or opens sideways for easy unloading.
SMC Composite Bed: There’s no need for a bed liner on the Ridgeline; it has a heavy-duty SMC composite plastic bed designed to protect it against scrapes and scuffs so you don’t have to baby your truck bed.
In-Bed Tie-Downs: Large cargo can get unwieldy if it’s not tied down, so the Ridgeline has a series of in-bed anchors for you to secure a 4×4, a pair of dirt bikes, or a variety of construction supplies.
Between the 33.9 cubic feet of bed space and the 7.3 cubic feet of the trunk, the Ridgeline has more than enough space for most drivers’ everyday use. If you need more, though, this truck can tow as much as 5,000 pounds on all-wheel drive models (3,500 pounds on two-wheel drive). It’s ready for you.