As the US dollar gets cheaper, foreign manufacturers keep adjusting their prices in the northern direction every time they refresh their existing models or introducing new ones. Still, at least when it comes to the 2008 Honda Ridgeline, it looks like the car still gets somewhat cheaper if you factor in the annual inflation.
This time Honda has decided to increase the price of its 2008 Honda Ridgeline truck, sweetening the pill with a wheel upgrade choice offering machine finished alloys on the RTS and RTL trims.
The Japanese company warns that the 2008 Honda Ridgeline RT and RTX models will get additional $200 to their price tag and will be sold at $28,000 and $28,500 respectively.
The RTS trim’s price will rise by $150 to $30,425; RTL’s to $33,090; and the RTL’s with navigation to $35,090.
Honda is also increasing the destination and handling charge by $40 to $635.