The 2022 Roush Ford Ranger has been designed and engineered to tackle any type of terrain thrown at it. But, despite its modifications to make the mid-size truck more capable, it also features some exterior and interior design queues to let the customer and others know this isn’t your average Ranger.
2022 Roush Ford Ranger: Details
The signature Roush grille that features built-in dual LED light bars are the most notable detail that showcases this. In addition, magnetic Gray fender flares with integrated accent lighting and functional fender vent badging give the truck a unique appearance. Each Roush Ford Ranger is built from a 2022 model 301A or 301A XLT trim with a 2.3L EcoBoost engine. Customers have 9 exterior color options, including Hot Pepper Red Metallic, a new color Roush is adding for 2022.
Ensuring that the 2022 Roush Ford Ranger is set to tackle whatever obstacles may be thrown at it is a set of Roush Performance Suspension System. The system improves on and off-road handling while giving the truck a more aggressive stance. The pickup sits on a set of custom 18-inch satin black Roush wheels wrapped in 32-inch General Tire Grabber A/TX tires. Additionally, the trucks are equipped with a Roush Performance cat-back exhaust system to give the truck a more aggressive tone.
The 2022 Roush Ford Ranger interior features premium Roush leather seating with quilted stitching and embroidery to provide more comfort and durability. A unique Roush gauge gives the driver information, and Roush floor liners protect the interior from mud that will surely accumulate during adventures. In addition, each vehicle features a uniquely serialized interior badge on the dash to serve as a certificate of authenticity along with Roush “R” key fobs.
Customers can personalize their trucks with an assortment of optional upgrades, including an Off-Road Utility Kit, Roush center console vault, and a rear seat vault. They can also choose from a few different graphic options, including the Upper Stripe Graphic and Rocker Stripe Graphic.
So, if you don’t want to wait for the 2023 Ford Ranger Raptor, and the Tremor isn’t quite your thing, perhaps you’ll find what you want in the Roush.