Roush Takes 2021 Ford Super Duty To The Next Level

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The Michigan tuning house has made the Ford Super Duty more capable than ever.

Since the Ford Super Duty was given a facelift for the 2020 model year, it's probably going to be a long wait for the next-generation model to arrive with some more significant improvements. To ease the wait, Michigan-based tuning house Roush Performance has taken the 2021 Super Duty to the next level, making Ford's workhorses more capable than ever. Available for the 2021 Ford F-250 Super Duty and F-350 Super Duty trucks equipped with the 6.7-liter V8 turbodiesel, the tuner's latest Super Duty package adds a DPF-Back exhaust system that makes the V8 sound more aggressive while increasing airflow.

To enhance the truck's off-road and on-road performance, Roush's upgraded Fox 2.0 suspension increases the ride height by two inches and features nitrogen-charged aluminum body coilovers with tuned performance springs at the front. Internal floating pistons fitted to the aluminum rear shocks improve the truck's ride comfort and off-roading capability.

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The 2021 Roush Super Duty rides on 20-inch satin black wheels wrapped in 35-inch General Tire Grabber AT/X tires, while performance front brake rotors and pads provide additional stopping power for towing or daily driving.

On the outside, Roush has fitted a custom high-flow grille with integrated LED lighting. A new bumper cover and paint-matched fender flares with accent lighting give the Super Duty a more aggressive appearance than the standard truck. Additional exterior modifications include a Roush graphics package and Roush "R" puddle lamps. Inside, the Super Duty's interior is enhanced by a custom Roush gauge cluster, embroidered headrests, Roush Floor liners, serialized interior badges, and unique Roush "R" key fobs.

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In addition, Roush is offering optional upgrades including premium leather seats, additional graphics, and a Ready Package that adds a full steel console vault with a four-digit security code and an off-road utility kit.

"We love building high-performance Mustangs, but our customers also want more out of their trucks," said Jack Roush Jr. "The Super Duty is a strong platform to build on; we've added the ROUSH fit and finish that our customers expect, along with performance upgrades that improve the truck's off-road capability." Pricing for the 2021 Roush Super Duty starts at $14,900 over the standard truck's MSRP and comes with a 3-year/36,000-mile limited warranty.

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