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Truck Cap, Tonneau for 2017 Honda Ridgeline

January 27, 2017 - Products

<p><em>A.R.E. LSII Series tonnea cover on 2017-MY Honda Ridgeline (photo courtesy of A.R.E.)</em></p>

A.R.E.

A.R.E. has launched the the Z Series truck cap and LSII tonneau cover for the 2017 model-year Honda Ridgeline.

The Z Series fiberglass truck cap offers a sport/utility look with secure storage for Honda's latest pickup edition, while the LSII custom-fitted hard tonneau cover adds cargo protection and OEM appeal, according to the manufacturer. 

The Z Series has a standard frameless, compound curve rear door and frameless screen vent side windows that complement the 2017 Ridgeline's redesigned features. The cap can be personalized with optional tilt down or sliding front windows, a Yakima roof rack, remote keyless entry, and LED lighting.
     
A fiberglass tonneau cover, A.R.E.'s LSII Series has OEM body line styling. The custom-fit tonneau cover is equipped with an exclusive Lift Assist System with supportive gas struts that make it easy to open and close from the rear of the truck. Underneath the reinforced roof, the cover features a gray carpet interior. Optional equipment for the LSII Series includes LED rope lighting, a 12-volt power strip, and a remote keyless entry system.
     
The LSII closes tightly with a patented palm handle with an automotive-grade lock system that blends with the look of the Honda Ridgeline for a sleek appearance. An innovative slam latch system with die cast metal strikers that provide increased security allows the tonneau cover to be closed and locked in one motion.
     
A.R.E. truck cap and tonneau covers are custom manufactured to meet the customer's specifications and are finished with the closest possible paint match using the vehicle paint code and a state-of-the-art factory painting system.  The products are backed by a limited lifetime warranty to the original owner for the life of the pickup truck they are originally installed on.

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