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Roush Ford Ranger Adds Serious Style To The Blue Oval’s Mid-Size Pickup

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Roush has been building performance and style-focused Ford Mustang and Ford F-150 variants for years now, but it appears that the tuner is now expanding that model range by one. It just announced the Roush Ford Ranger, which is a great-looking addition to a growing number of aftermarket tuned versions of The Blue Oval’s mid-size pickup.

Like all of Roush’s offerings, the modified Ford Ranger is a comprehensive package that consists of exterior, interior, suspension, and performance upgrades. In terms of performance, the Roush Ford Ranger comes with a dual-tip cat-back exhaust with stainless steep tips that gives the truck a little more sound.

Underneath, the Roush Ranger is equipped with a full Roush/Fox 2.0 Performance Suspension System that levels the truck and improves both on-road performance and off-road capability. It also makes room for a set of custom 18 inch satin black Roush wheels, which are wrapped in 32 inch General Grabber ATX tires.

The rest of the exterior of the Roush Ford Ranger sports a unique look as well, thanks to a Roush front grille, dual LED light bars, Magnetic Gray-painted fender flares with integrated accent lighting, custom fender vent badging, Roush graphics, red tow hooks, and Roush puddle lamps.

On the inside, the Roush Ranger features premium leather with quilted stitching and embroidered headrests, unique gauges, Roush/WeatherTech floor liners, serialized interior badging, a certificate of authenticity, and Roush “R” key fobs. An optional center console vault and rear seat vault provides additional storage and security.

The Roush Ranger is also available with a variety of additional options including a Roush Aluminum Retractable Bed Cover, a Bed Cargo Manager, an off-road utility kit, and a Roush Chase Rack with dual Rigid light bars. The standard package starts at $12,750 over factory MSRP, and comes with a 3 year/36,000 mile limited warranty.

We’ll have more on this and other tuner trucks soon, so be sure to subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Ranger news and continuous Ford news coverage.

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Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. Motorpsychology

    Assuming an extended Transit Connect will be offered on the next C2-based generation, the Maverick actually would be mechanically similar, while wearing a more Sport front clop.

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  2. John Carrozza

    What will the towing capacity of the new 2022 ranger be? and what engine wilt use?THANKS
    Gianni

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  3. John Carrozza

    What will the towing capacity of the new 2022 ranger be? and what engine will it use?
    Thanks
    Gianni

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