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ROUSH F150 Truck Unveiled

It was just a little over 30 days ago that ROUSH unveiled the new 2015 ROUSH F150.  We have been waiting on pins and needles to check it out. Finally, today they posted a video to give us a closer look at the newest addition to the ROUSH performance line up.
Luke Maclnnes is ROUSH’s Product Engineering Manager and he takes us on a walk around pointing out what truly makes it a ROUSH vehicle.
The 2015 Ford F150 is an amazingly beautiful and powerful truck.  Customers are loving the all new aluminum body and fabulous styling. ROUSH indicated that they have “simply taken a great foundation and enhanced its most appealing features.”
Take a look at this video and we think you will agree!

 

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Introducing the All-New 2015 ROUSH F-150

“ROUSH Performance. On and off the Road”— Jack Roush Jr.      
Introducing the All-New 2015 ROUSH F-150
Coming this fall!!

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(This article courtesy of Roush Performance)

ROUSH Performance is a name synonymous with aggressive, well-built, powerful Ford vehicles. But it isn’t just ROUSH Mustangs that we create – meet the all-new 2015 ROUSH F-150. This incredible new addition to the ROUSH lineup takes Ford’s new aluminum-bodied F-150 truck, and enhances it with a host of body components, ROUSH graphics, a ROUSH Side-Exit Exhaust System, and interior components including ROUSH Molded Front and Rear Floor Liners from WeatherTech to keep your carpets clean, and a serialized ROUSH console badge to document the F-150’s ROUSH bloodlines.
Additionally, ROUSH has teamed with FOX to equip the ROUSH F-150 with a 2.0 Performance Series Suspension System featuring Coilovers and Shocks with Boots. ROUSH 20-inch Wheels wrapped in Mickey Thompson® Baja ATZP3 305/55 rubber sit in all four corners, and Locking Lug Nuts with a Key Bag are included.

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Why The 2015 Ford Mustang GT Is Impossible Not To Like

Why The 2015 Ford Mustang GT Is Impossible Not To Like

 

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Article by:  Patrick George    All photos credit Kurt Bradley

1331936256948241224Surely you’ve done this countless times. You’ve been out driving, absent-mindedly checking out the other cars on the road, when you come across a 2015 Ford Mustang. They’re everywhere these days. And when you see one, your eyes immediately drift down to the front fender in search of the two numbers and a decimal point that make all the difference in the world: “5.0.” Five-point-oh. The thing that separates the V6 rental cars and the EcoBoost posers from the real Mustangs. That, and the GT badge on the trunk, means that Mustang has eight cylinders of American fury under the hood. That means it’s not messing around, that its driver is someone who cares about speed and not just looking good.

That’s the perception, anyway. With the smaller engines both offering at least 300 horsepower, as well as potent straight-line and backroad performance, you’re not exactly screwing yourself if you don’t go V8 with the Mustang these days. The 2.3-liter turbo four EcoBoost is faster than most V8 Mustangs have been through the years. But the GT remains the top dog of the current Mustang lineup, and that’s just how it’s going to be, no matter how much power its little brothers put out. So what’s it like to actually drive one? Does the 5.0 deserve that reputation or not?
(Full disclosure: The Ford Motor Company needed me to drive a 2015 Mustang GT so badly they dropped one off at my house with a full tank of gas for a week. I spent months asking for one because I really, really wanted to drive it.)
I have an unpopular confession to make: I am not, nor have I ever been, a Mustang Guy. Don’t get me wrong, the original is a classic that deserves every ounce of its iconic status, and the ’71-’73 Mach 1 is a car I’d rob banks to own. And then probably rob banks with.  1331936257042627912

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