Not sure which 2008 Honda Ridgeline Folding Tonneau Covers are right for you? We have over 4465 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"This has been everything as advertised. Trying to find a Folding Tonneau Cover for a Honda Ridgeline was not easy. The side rails went on in about ten minutes and the cover in about five. Fits great and looks great. Easy to fold back and still allows me to get into my in-bed trunk." —Leonard C from Halifax, PA bought an Extang Trifecta Folding Tonneau Cover for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.
"Recently had my Pop and Lock installed with a Bak-Flip F1 bed cover. The lock looks like it was factory installed,and works very well. One of the main things I wanted to do was safely secure all items in truck bed while maximizing my interior space. I would recommend this lock to anyone." —Barrett C from Cary, NC bought a BAK BAKFlip F1 Tonneau Cover for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.
"Installed easily, looks pretty good - keeps most weather out so far, and we've had plenty of rain, snow and ice since I put it on my Ridgeline. I ordered the upgraded canvas, and there's some funky stitching mistakes, no big deal. It also seems to be so tight that the corners are pulling up a bit. It doesn't seem to be a big issue though. The cover comes off and on easily and keeps the bed dry enough for the money." —Christopher G from Ballston Lake, NY bought an Extang Trifecta Folding Tonneau Cover for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.
"I debated over whether to get this cover or a soft cover for about $300 less. Overall I am glad I went with the BakFlip. It's looks fantastic on my Ridgeline. Almost like it was designed by Honda themselves. It was a snap to install, and even easier to fold/unfold.My only complaint is that it leaks more than I would like when raining. I think I probably saw about a cup and a half of water in the bed after the last storm. Not enough to be a major issue, but more than I would like honestly. However, I haven't made any attempts to fill-in any gaps along the front or edges of this thing, so doing that would probably make a difference.AutoAnything delivered very quickly and I have had no issues with their service. Good company." —Jason V from Seabrook, TX bought a BAK BAKFlip G2 Tonneau Cover for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.
"Product is quick and easy to install. Comes with good quality rubber seals, and is easy to fold up and put back down as needed. I did add additional seals for Ridgeline installation." —Ryan T from Christiansburg, VA bought an Extang Trifecta Folding Tonneau Cover for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.
"Great looking cover. I would buy again. I got a good seal around all sides. However like others the placement of the rear tie-downs in the truck make for openings into the bed. I suppose you could fill them with spray foam or some rubber to seal. Also installation removes these tie-downs so they are no longer on the truck. If you were willing to drill a hole in the cover mount and buy new longer bolts you could add the tie-downs back on. I may do this but have not as of yet.Great cover!" —Michael B from Tiverton, RI bought an Extang Trifecta Folding Tonneau Cover for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.
"very easy to install. looks like it was factory installed." —John S from Pottstown, PA bought a BAK BAKFlip G2 Tonneau Cover for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.
"The cover worked as advertised. Installation was easy (1/2 hour) and the fit and finish was very good. The cover is overpriced by about $200 but one cannot argue with the quality and ease of installation. It is mostly water tight except in extreme weather conditions. Overall I like it." —Bruce L from Pelham, NH bought a BAK BAKFlip G2 Tonneau Cover for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.
"First off thanks to AutoAnything for a great deal on a great product.I shopped for some time to find the right cover at the right price and I am very satisfied with this purchase. Shipping: It comes to you in a large box packed in expanded foam, so rest assured that you'll get it in one piece and in excellent condition.Installation: Save yourself some time and go ahead an buy a number 40 and 50 star socket to take the bolts out of the truck bed. With those on hand you're looking at a 30 minute installation with a little help. You can probably do it alone but a little help to set it on the rails and secure it will speed it up quite a bit. Once on, a quick check on the adjustments, tighten mounting bolts and your finished. Fit and Finish: The build quality is excellent. You'll be happy with the solid latches and the snug overall fit. I've taken it through the carwash several times now and it only dripped a few drops in the very front. Very acceptable in my opinion. Its a very nice improvement in the look of the truck also.Value for the buck: You get what you pay for. Its a top quality build and everything fits like it is supposed to. Misc: There have been others that discussed mileage increase and I will echo those comments. I just returned from my first trip with the cover installed. 600 miles each way. On the way up I had the cover fully opened and locked and a motorcycle in the bed. On the way back with the cover fully closed and with the cruise set on 74-78 I got 22.48 mpg. A 2+mpg increase over what I normally get. I am very happy with any increase with Gas the price it is.Summary: I don't believe you'll be disappointed in your purchase. Both from AutoAnything or the BAK product. Enjoy." —Mike B from Ooltewah, TN bought a BAK BAKFlip G2 Tonneau Cover for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.
"This product is great! It could not have been easier to install on our 2008 Honda Ridgeline and it fits like a glove. Looks better and has more functionality than the factory install, and costs about half of the Honda accessory. Operation is a cinch with a quick flip and close and everything is secure and dry. Installation took less than an hour. Thank you." —Jonathan G F from Pasadena, MD bought a BAK BAKFlip G2 Tonneau Cover for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.