|2014 Honda Ridgeline||2014 Nissan Frontier|
|1,537 lbs.||Payload limit||1,457 lbs.|
2014 Honda Ridgeline vs 2014 Nissan Frontier
When shopping for a truck, not everybody needs to haul hundreds of thousands of pounds. Most of the time, they need a truck that will make their day-to-day life, which is why some car makers consider useful practical trucks more reasonable than trying to attain ostentatious numbers. Which is why when it comes down to two useful, durable, and capable trucks, the 2014 Honda Ridgeline vs the 2014 Nissan Frontier, the 2014 Honda Ridgeline just does more to make life easier for you, your family, and any work you need to get done.
Though it is wider with a bigger bed than the Frontier, the 2014 Honda Ridgeline near Denver, CO has a smaller turning radius and much tighter handling, driving more like one of Honda’s many quality sedans than an unwieldy behemoth of a truck. On top of this fact, it also offers more control with its all wheel drive, while the Frontier only sends power to its back two tires. Add Honda’s reputation for building both reliable and safe vehicles and the Ridgeline is the obvious choice over its smaller Japanese competitor. But it’s the high quality of the interior that truly sets the 2014 Honda Ridgeline apart from its competitors.
Making Work Comfortable
With plenty of comfort and chock full of features and various amenitites, the 2014 Honda Ridgeline offers more seating, better options, and more standard and optional features than the 2014 Nissan Frontier. With things like a two hinged rear tailgate, which can not only come down like a normal truck, but swing out to make loading easier, Honda’s easy entry to both sets of seats, which are wide, comfortable and make getting to the job relaxing instead of taxing, the Ridgeline provides such a higher quality of a driving experience that it easily out does the Frontier.
Utilizing simple, effective, and comfortable designs, the interior is driver and passenger friendly. Well set up, organized, and easy to use, the multitudes of technologies on the inside let drivers do more than the Nissan, which simply can’t live up to the high standards the 2014 Honda Ridgeline offers.