2019 Ford Roush F-150 SC 650HP Review & Changes – Far more of a present day-day Lightning than Raptor, the F-150 SC exhales through an active exhaust system that features a peaceful mode, just like the 2019 Ford Mustang GT. A dial placed on the middle gaming console usually takes attention of the volume, and on the other hand, the driver can install a mobile app on his smartphone to change the exhaust mode.
As you can tell from the floor clearance of the pictured vehicle, Roush has put in Fox 2.0 coilover suspension that raises the front of the F-150 SC by two inches compared to the bone-stock set up. Even with the further terrain clearance, towing or payload capabilities haven’t been sacrificed in the label of off-road capacity. As well as the coilovers, the 20-inch wheels make a wonderful team with the Mickey Thompson Baja ATX P3 tires. On the cosmetic front, the more competitive fender cover is designed to work together with the adaptive cruise control system. Decals of all shapes and styles are also available, though they are optionally available.
An approved badge beautifying the engine bay rounds off the F-150 SC package, which costs $22,999 on top of the price of the donor vehicle. Available at approved Ford car dealerships, the package also includes three years or 36,000 miles of warranty, no matter which of the two arrives first.
The least expensive V8-powered F-150 for the 2019 model year is the XL trim with the Regular Cab, starting at $29,700. The four-wheel drive choice adds $4,645 to the price, but on the other hand, the 10-speed automatic transmission is standard, such as the Pull/Haul selector and driving settings that include Sport, Snow, and Wet.