2014 Ford Atlas Vs. 2013 Honda Ridgeline

Another comparative test of us, 2014 Ford Atlas and 2013 Honda Ridgeline models are certainly attracted a lot of attention, and with good reason, we are presenting their comparative characteristics. Concept 2014 Ford Atlas was presented at the 2013 NAIS show, and everyone was left breathless. It is expected that this model will go on sale in late 2014. It’s obvious that Ford has invested a lot of effort into the construction of this truck, which, despite a significant increase in fuel efficiency, still retain its recognizable strong traction. The 2013 Honda Ridgeline have already been discussed, so we will only briefly present. As we said 2013 Honda Ridgeline pickup is totally practical, with a distinctive design.

ford-atlas-2014 side Vs Honda Ridgeline side2013

Ford has a great advantage over its competitors in the truck series. It could be said that Ford has a large army of loyal customers, but it is certainly earned. Because of this fact, Ford was able to some of their models completely restyled, without fear that they will be less demand for certain models. Such is the case with the 2014 Ford Atlas. Honda also has a large number of loyal customers, but it is certainly smaller than the Ford fans.

ford-atlas-2014 rear vs Honda Ridgeline rear 2013

2014 Ford Atlas uses the latest generation of EcoBoost® engines, which is introducing improved technology, engine stop traffic in order to reduce fuel consumption. Also these engines are smart turn off,this feature, when towing a truck load. These engines use direct injection gasoline on average by 20% consume less fuel, and 15% less CO2 emissions compared with larger engines. 2013 Honda Ridgeline is a truck with four doors and five seats for passengers. This truck offers several trim levels: Sport, RT, RTS and RTL, and all are powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine with 250 horsepower. Ridgeline is available with a 5-speed automatic transmission.

ford-atlas-2014 interior vs Honda Ridgeline interior 2013

Judging by everything we’ve seen, it is my opinion that Ford ended most of its marketing campaign for the new Ford Atlas, because customers are keen and eager to find this model in the showrooms. 2013 Honda Ridgeline can already be found in showrooms at a price of $ 26.936 – $ 32.026 and is a great choice.