ROUSH Six is the kit the American tuner makes for the V6-powered entry-level Mustang. The latest incarnation of the package gives the V6 ‘Stang a couple of upgrades to make the 300-hp car look like a 400-hp Mustang GT V8. Great, but we’re not sure if buying an entry-level car and then modifying it to look like a bigger, more expensive model is a cool thing to do. Actually, we thinks it’s lame.
Anyhow, if you’re interested the RS package costs $4000, and includes high flow upper and lower grilles, front chin splitter, side rocker splitters and rear decklid spoiler, as well as 19? premium painted aluminum wheels – straight from the GT, Brembo brakes, and lowered suspension.
That’s for the exterior. Inside the cabin you get embroidered floor mats, billet performance pedals and a ROUSH center console badge/button. Optional RS interior upgrades include GT charcoal leather seating or ROUSH sport leather seating along with white or black shifter ball and the suede wrapped performance steering wheel. ROUSH door sill plates are available with ambient lighting.
With ROUSH RS kit you get a GT-look Mustang that still does 31 mpg. Sweet, ha? Just don’t let nobody find out it’s actually a V6!