First Honda Ridgelines Start Rolling Off Alabama Assembly Line

First Honda Ridgeline Roll Off New Alabama Assembly Line

The Birmingham News reports that the first Honda Ridgeline crossover utility trucks have started rolling off Honda's assembly line in Lincoln, Ala. The Ridgeline was previously built at Honda’s Alliston Auto Plant in Alliston, Ontario.

The Ridgeline's move from Canada to the U.S. is part of Honda's ongoing efforts to rebalance its North American manufacturing portfolio as demand for its vehicles changes. The Alliston Auto Plant is now able to increase production of the small Honda Civic, which saw sales volumes and demand grow last year when fuel prices were on the rise.

The Ridgeline joins the Honda Pilot crossover SUV and Honda Odyssey minivan in Lincoln — the sole global source for building these three vehicles. The Ridgeline, Pilot and Odyssey share a common architecture and 3.5-liter V-6 powertrain.


That is just retarded, unless they changed the engine to VCM, I don't see who would buy it! Not NOW anyway!

Hope they built a big enough parking lot to store all these unsold ridgelines!

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