Roush adds signature styling and performance mods to Ford's midsize truck.
The Ford Ranger has proven to be a hit in the midsize truck market where it competes with popular offerings such as the Toyota Tacoma. While the Ford F-150 Raptor is what everyone really wants, the more affordable Ranger has seen its fair share of customization, especially from our friends down under, but you can always count on the American aftermarket scene to step up and deliver the goods. Ford tuning legends Roush has now revealed its new 2021 Roush Ranger, a modded version of the standard car that takes things up a notch or two both in terms of performance, and style.
The 2021 Roush Ranger is now available with off-road performance modifications and interior improvements. On the exterior side of things, Roush has added a highly capable ROUSH/Fox 2.0 coilover suspension system. The front shocks are preset with 2-inches of lift to level the truck's stance and are manufactured out of 6061-T6 aluminum. New 18-inch alloy wheels are wrapped in 32-inch General Tire Grabber A/TX all-terrain tires for improved off-road performance.
The front of the truck now features a signature Roush grille with LED accent lights, and gray fender flares cover those massive new wheels. For some added attitude, Roush offers a graphics package with custom red tow hooks and heat-extracting fender vent badges. A dual tip cat-back exhaust system is also fitted and does a good job of waking up the 2.3-liter engine.
Roush gives the interior of the Ranger some love with premium leather seating with embroidered headrests, a custom gauge cluster, and a locking vault for the center console. The 2021 Roush Ranger package is only available for trucks fitted with the 2.3-liter Ecoboost engine, and pricing starts from $12,750 over the cost of the actual car and comes with a 3-year/36,000-mile limited warranty. If you want your Ford Ranger to stand out from the crowd, this is how you do it.