Get a truck that prioritizes driver comfort with the new 2019 Honda Ridgeline

Nowadays, there's a lot of great reasons to own a truck, and even more great reasons to make that truck a new 2019 Honda Ridgeline. Now, we've spoken at length on our blog about the features of the Honda Ridgeline like its lockable, in-bed trunk, dual-action tailgate, and even its in-bed speaker system. But today, we'd like to focus on an outstanding feature of this midsize truck's design that you might not see, but you'll definitely feel when you're out on the road: its ride quality.

Now, if you've been driving around Everett and Seattle for as long as we have, you've no doubt noticed that there's a bit of a problem with potholes in some places. And while they can be a bit of a nuisance at the best of times, they're even more irksome when you're behind the wheel of a truck. Due to the fact that most trucks feature a body-on-frame design, they offer great capability for hauling and towing, but when it comes to ride quality, they leave a lot to be desired, especially when driving over potholes or other rough road surfaces. That's why the new 2019 Honda Ridgeline does things a bit differently.

With a unibody design and fully independent suspension system, the 2019 Honda Ridgeline is more adaptable to changing road conditions, due in large part to the fact that each wheel reacts to bumps independently of the others. This makes it great folks who spend a lot of their day driving around Kirkland, Bothell, and Lynnwood, WA, as uneven road conditions won't result in jarring thumps that leave you feeling that driving fatigue as the day goes on.

But ride quality aside, we think you'll find that once you've test driven the new 2019 Honda Ridgeline, you'll see it has an edge over other midsize trucks in a variety of areas. And if you'd like to find out more about how it excels, feel free to drop by our Everett, WA Honda dealership today.

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