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Walkaround Tour Of The 2017 Roush Stage 2 Ford Mustang: Video

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Roush Performance has just announced the myriad changes coming to the 2017 Roush Stage 2 Ford Mustang, built on Ford’s latest model-year Mustang GT. Here with a guided tour is Jack Roush Jr. – Pirelli World Challenge driver and son of company owner/operator Jack Roush.

The 2017 model Roush Stage 2 Ford Mustang contains plenty of differences vs. the previous model year, one of the most notable being the price. According to Jack Roush Jr., the base cost for a Ford Mustang GT has dropped by $4,000, while the cost of Roush’s Stage 2 upgrade package has decreased by $1,000, meaning a total possible savings of $5,000 on a 2017 RS2 Ford Mustang.

Beyond that, the 2017 Roush Stage 2 Ford Mustang features a new side graphic, semi-gloss rear decklid spoiler, RS2 strut tower brace, a hood strut kit, and optional red coil covers. Ford itself has also stepped up its exterior color game, offering Grabber Blue, Lightning Blue, and White Platinum for the first time. Carrying over from 2016 are the Roush-exclusive front fascia with high-flow grille and aero pockets, hood scoop, billet pedals, quad-tip exhaust, Roush rear diffuser, and more. Roush’s one-way adjustable coilover suspension comes standard.

For more info on the 2017 Roush Stage 2 Ford Mustang, watch Jack Roush Jr.’s guided tour of the car above.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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