800 Derita Road, Ste. A
A seriously mean and purpose-built street machine that's nearly new and selling for thousands $$$$$ less than the sticker price. That's what you get with this 670 horsepower 2017 Ford Mustang Roush Stage 3.
You can instantly tell this pony was turned into a thoroughbred by the masters at Roush. It has a distinct face with aero pockets, high-flow upper grille, front chin splitter, and a hood scoop that enhances the aggression of the heat-extractor hood. Along the profile, Roush's signature black and red has been expertly turned into a stripe package, and the side scoops over the windows are a hallmark of speedy Mustangs. In the rear, the spoiler, splitter with optional quad exhaust tips, and blacked-out Roush panel offer a subtle cool ending to this hot package. Speaking of hot, if you're a Ford fan, you know how special the Grabber Blue paint is. With only about 5,000 miles on this car, the bold and historic paintwork still retains its showroom shine. And because all the darkness looks awesome against the bright blue, they even added 20-inch forged wheel finished in Palladium gray.
When you step inside, the aggressively dark theme continues. With so few miles on the car, you'll be hard-pressed to even find a crease on the leather-trimmed seats. Not only does the driver's bucket power adjust to the perfect driving position, but also you stay in complete comfort with the heated AND cooled seat settings. In fact, this Mustang started life as a top-of-the-line GT Premium trim, which means all the modern amenities you could want. It includes power windows, power locks, cruise control, power steering, keyless entry & ignition, electric rear defogger, and dual zone automatic climate control system. The up-to-date infotainment system means you not only get a terrific sounding AM/FM/XM stereo, but it also has plenty of useful features like a touchscreen, Bluetooth, and a back-up camera. Plus, the power steering can be adjusted between touring and performance driving. There's even the best in safety with dual front airbags, side airbags, and anti-lock brakes. And because this is a premium Roush model, you have all the best upgrades, like custom stitching in the seats, new sill plates, a trunk-mounted competition tool kit, billet performance pedals, Roush shift ball, and upgraded speedo and tach. Of course, Jack Roush proudly signs the dash of his special creation.
Roush builds limited-edition Mustangs in Stages 1, 2, and 3 in the same way we look at good, better and best. So a Stage 3 car like this comes with some serious hardware. The original and hardy 5.0-liter V8 now has a TVS 2.3L supercharger. The whole package also adds extra supporting hardware and extra air flow. It creates a street-eating 670 horsepower, and the six-speed manual transmission gives you complete control over this total power package. With the addition of the Tindol Ford's kit to the X-pipe dual exhaust this super Mustang know how to bring the thunder. Plus, it's not just the motor that's been beefed up. The Stage 3 cars take full advantage of the modern Mustang's fully independent suspension by adding heavy-duty TrackPak half shafts and an upgraded coilover suspension with adjustable height. The final piece to this package is the superior grip of Brembo four-wheel disc brakes and Cooper Zeon RS9-S tires.
The sale comes with the original warranty card and owner's manual. We also have the window sticker from Roush that not only tells you about all the upgrades (too many to list here,) but it also shows you this was over $70k when new. So you get all the supercar-level performance while saving $$$$$ if you are smart enough to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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