Roush Performance has announced its 2022 Ranger with a $13,250 base price and a full warranty. It gets a Roush suspension, Roush wheels, and a Roush cat-back exhaust system. The one thing that it doesn’t get is any more horsepower or torque over the stock vehicle.

That’s not to say that it’s simply an appearance package with a fancy off-road suspension system. Roush adds 32-inch General Grabber A/TX all-terrain tires to its custom wheels and it doesn’t stop there. A Roush branded grille gets installed and features a pair of LED light bars which are all the rage right now.

The performance company also adds premium leather upholstery, painted fender flares with integrated lighting, and fender heat extractors. Roush also includes a bevy of unique features with each Ranger including a serialized interior badge, branded Weathertech floor liners, and a Roush gauge cluster.

Buyers can also add an off-road utility kit, vaults in both the center console and rear seat area, as well as graphic packages. All modifications are covered with a three-year or 36,000-mile limited warranty and buyers can order the truck directly through Ford dealers. Of course, the $13,250 base price is above the original price of the truck itself.

Every Roush Ranger starts out as a Ranger XLT with the 301A or 302A equipment package. That truck is priced at an MSRP of $32,015 so the grand total would be around $45,000. To us, that’s a lot of cash for a truck that makes 270-horsepower.

Buyers can also add an off-road utility kit, vaults in both the center console and rear seat area, as well as graphic packages. All modifications are covered with a three-year or 36,000-mile limited warranty and buyers can order the truck directly through Ford dealers. Of course, the $13,250 base price is above the original price of the truck itself.

Every Roush Ranger starts out as a Ranger XLT with the 301A or 302A equipment package. That truck is priced at an MSRP of $32,015 so the grand total would be around $45,000. To us, that’s a lot of cash for a truck that makes 270-horsepower.