A Roush-readied 2013 Ford Mustang for $26K and change? Believe it, because that’s the brief for the new Roush RS package, which delivers an affordable performance and appearance upgrade to the V6-powered member of the Mustang family—direct from one of the biggest names in the Mustang aftermarket.
“The RS opens a new niche for Roush Performance,” according to Gary Jurick, general manager of the legendary performance-engineering house, “offering great fuel economy, a good level of power, at an economical price, while still embodying Roush spirit of performance.”
And it does so with an MSRP that starts at $4,000. Combine that with the fact that a 2013 Mustang V6 is stickered from $22,200—$110 lower than for the 2012 model—and you can enjoy a true Roush driving experience that offers 30 more horsepower and a $300 lower MSRP than a Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T R-Spec.