2022 Ford F-150 Roush – Roush Performance has a long history of modifying Ford F-150 models. Roush Performance has been upgrading Ford F-150 models for decades. The current-generation model is no different. Roush even offered a performance package to the pick-up that was the most popular last year.
Roush’s package was released last year. But that doesn’t mean it won’t be available for 2022. In addition to the improved suspension system, the company also upgraded the interior and exterior cosmetics. For those who want a truck that is somewhere in between the Raptor and the standard model, the 2022 Roush F-150 will be the best choice. Roush upgrades are available for those who purchase an XLT or Lariat with the 502A option pack.
2022 Ford F-150 Roush Review
What’s new in the Roush F-150 2022? The package this year features a new grille, with the Roush typeface being changed to give it a subtler look. The new truck has many other changes. Clearance lights are new for the ’22 truck. They can be found at the top of the grille. Heat extracting vents have been added to the hood. Roush has redesigned the fender flares and a new graphics package is now available for those who want a more unique set of decals.
The 2022 Roush F-150 is similar to the 2021 model and rides on 20-inch Roush-designed tires wrapped in 33-inch General Tire Getter A/TX. The truck rides on custom offroad Coilover suspension. These upgrades increase the F-150’s ground clearance as well as improve its handling, to aid it off-road. The F-150 comes standard with the Roush performance exhaust standard. However, the active exhaust system is still available.
Two interior options are available for the Roush F-150 2022. Customers can choose from two-tone gray or black leather seating for the XLT. The Lariat’s all-black leather interior complements the Vintage Carmine interior accents. The interior features include WeatherTech floor mats and a custom gauge package.
2022 Ford F-150 Roush Release Date & Price
The Roush pack is priced at $18,500, above the base vehicle. However, it can go up to $20,000 if there are multiple options. The Ready Package ($660), which adds an offroad utility kit and console vault to the vehicle, the Dual Tip Active Exhaust System ($1,800), and Premium Leather Package (1,850), and the Accent Graphic Package (325).