2015 Ford F-150 Embraces the Roush Treatment, It's Mostly About Appearance

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Usually, the words pickup truck and roughness have the same meaning, but that's only until Roush Performance steps in and messes everything up, in a good way of course.
We know, Roush Performance are notorious for their work on Mustangs rather than a pickup truck, but hey, it's a free country and they can test their skills on any car they want.

After all, the brand's motto is “between a road car and a race car is a Roush car” so they theoretically strive to do just that with every single car they get their hands (or tools) on.

Let's take this Ford F-150, for example, or better said, the 2015 Roush F-150. Roush Performance took Ford's aluminium-bodied truckand enhanced its looks and behavior using a set of body components, graphics, and a side exhaust system.

Inside, the tuning firm installed molded front and rear floor liners from WeatherTech, but changes have also been operated in the mechanical department.

For example, Roush teamed up with Fox and rewarded the Ford F-150 pickup truck with the 2.0 Performance Series suspension system featuring coilovers and shocks with boots.

The package also includes Roush 20-inch wheels wrapped in Mickey Thompson Baja ATZP3 305/55 rubber.

Roush also promises a three-year, 36,000-mile limited warranty to those interested in buying their kit. Speaking of which, if you're interested in adding a custom touch for your Ford F-150 pickup truck, make sure you have at least $10,600 in your piggy bank because that's how much Roush will charge you for their package.

Considering a brand new 2015 Ford F-150 can be bought for a starting price tag of $26,030 MSR, we're looking at a grand total of around $36,000.

In other Ford F-150 related news, the pickup truck was gifted with the same Sport Mode feature used by the 2015 Ford Mustang, which changes the frequency of gearshifts and holds lower gears longer. They say it's for more fun, but we have our doubts.
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