The Ridgeline received a mild sytling update and more equipment last year. For 2010, it carries over virtually unchanged.
The differences between Ridgeline and more conventional pickups go all the way to the core. The Honda Ridgeline was the first mainstream pickup with fully independent rear suspension, which improves ride quality considerably. Other pickup trucks have traditionally been built with a separate nose section, cab section, and cargo bed, bolted to a separate ladder frame. Honda's pickup uses both a one-piece unibody and a steel ladder frame, welded together. Its cab and bed are built as one piece, with separate subframes for the engine, front suspension and rear suspension. Honda claims the Ridgeline is 20 times more resistant to twisting than any other pickup truck, and 3.5 times more resistant to bending.
We've found the Honda Ridgeline to be one of the nicest pickups to drive when measured by comfort and ease of use. It's smooth, quiet, and very maneuverable, with a load of useful features.
The JB car pages provide engine and transmission specs, as well as gas mileage and dimensions for all 2010 Honda Ridgeline versions.
2010 Honda Ridgeline Truck Specs & Features