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Long months have passed - with drivers hunched next to their calendars, fingers burdened with the weight of their pens. They’ve been anxiously waiting for news of the 2019 Ranger’s arrival; and they're poised to scribble down the date, not wanting to risk losing a single second.

Breathe a sigh of relief, Alberta: the 2019 Ford Ranger is on its way… and we have the ordering date!



As TFL Truck explains, the ordering date for the new Ranger have been revealed. On August 13th Ford will begin accepting submissions for the platform - with the intention of getting all requests fulfilled by early 2019. This leaves mere months for drivers to ready themselves for the buying frenzy.

After all, who can resist this compact powerhouse?

Anchoring the 2019 Ranger will be a 2.3L EcoBoost engine - complemented by an aluminum-forged crankshaft and double-roller timing chains. A 10-speed automatic transmission promises smooth handling on the backroads (a low-to-high gear range is anticipated to optimize the redline on every terrain); while a rugged steel-infused bed will accommodate even the heaviest payloads. An electronic locking differential will ensure superior balance, engaging the rear axle to counter under-steerage; and Trail Control technology will enable Baja-fun, utilizing both speed moderation and automatic braking to maintain precise traction.

The 2019 Ranger will prove perfect for every adventure. Get ready for the ultimate compact option!

To learn more about this pick-up contact us today.

It begins with a whisper - the promise of a class-leading compact, the hint of a twin-turbo performer. The 2019 Ranger Raptor, critics muse, may find its way to North America; and steadily this hope grows, with consumers clamoring for both information and confirmation. They beg Ford to make this happen, swearing that they’ll all flock to the dealerships in return.

Possibility may soon turn to reality - because Ford is contemplating bringing the 2019 Ranger Raptor overseas!



As The Drive explains, Ford may soon ship the Ranger Raptor to North America. Consumer response has been overwhelming and the need for a compact alternative proves viable. This has, of course, led to intense speculation about how much this platform will cost (its niche design and international marque brands it unique among the market).

The Drive team believes it has a close estimate. This platform currently sells for $27,390 in Australia - with consumers forced to pay for both shipping and international tariffs (which raise the total price by a 1.81 multiplier). US and Canadian customers wouldn’t be subject to those specific fees, however. Instead they could reap the benefits of best-in-class power for as little as $21,259.

That, The Drive argues, would deliver access to a base model - which should include a twin-turbo engine, a 10-speed automatic transmission, and an AWD. A sport-tuned suspension is also anticipated to ensure superior off-roading.

What do you think of the possibility of a 2019 Ranger Raptor release in North America? Will this (potential) price prove easy on your budget? Share your opinions with us today!

Prepare, Ford fans, for the arrival of pure compact power. Soon the 2019 Ranger will arrive in North America, bringing segment-leading performance and undeniable fun.


No longer will the pick-up market be defined by hulking half-ton platforms. Instead the new Ranger will bring a deliver a leaner, meaner sensibility. According to Car Buzz, drivers can expect a revised chassis - with a fully-boxed frame wrapped in lightweight aluminum. No official dimensions have yet been offered, but it’s believed that the body has been slightly elongated to rival current GMC and Chevrolet trucks (a 212-inch wheelbase is anticipated). This, when coupled with the revised fenders and narrow headlamps, will create a sporty stance.

Beneath the sculpted hood of the 2019 Ranger will sit a 2.3L EcoBoost four-cylinder. While F-Series fans may scoff at such an engine, the Novlan team is quick to remind them that a massive V8 isn’t needed to power this platform. Instead this sprightly option will yield an estimated 250 HP and 300 lb.-ft of torque - proving ideal for the compact market. To further enhance performance, Ford will also deliver a 10-speed automatic transmission (which will smoothly shift on every terrain, allowing for easy access to the truck’s reported 8,000 pounds of trailering).

The 2019 Ranger will revitalize the mid-size market - allowing drivers to discover that bigger isn’t always better. To learn more about this platform contact us today.

A celebration is in order - with champagne bubbling and banners strung. The 2019 Ford Ranger Raptor will soon make its debut, and drivers across North America are revving up for an automotive party like no other.

We have our confetti ready.



As Jalopnik explains, the 2019 Ranger Raptor is coming to North America. This platform - which has already debuted in Thailand, thrilling the Asia-Pacific market with its twin-turbo 2.0L diesel inline-four engine - will soon make its way across the pond, bringing exceptional power with it. Critics anticipate up to 210 HP and 396 lb.-ft of torque, with a new 10-speed automatic transmission improving every rev. To further impress, the chassis has been tailored for off-road fun, delivering a suite of OEM upgrades:

Fox Racing Shocks - to absorb the impact of every terrain, allowing the suspension to more efficiently adapt to rocks, ruts, and more.

BF Goodrich Tires - to improve traction through all-season treading and wide 20-inch frames.

Composite Fenders - to increase resistance to corrosion, blending both high-strength steel and aluminum materials.

The 2019 Ranger Raptor (which boasts an athletic body, with its front track widened to 11.14 inches) should prove a dominating force on the backroads - connecting drivers to the class-leading capability they crave. Get ready to celebrate, Alberta!

To learn more about this platform contact our team today.

What’s that sound? Could it be the rumble of a Duratec diesel engine or is it perhaps the shift of a 10-speed automatic transmission? While we can’t precisely identify the noise, we can at least trace its source - the 2019 Ranger WildTrak is coming!


According to PickupTrucks.com, the 2019 Ranger has been spied in North America - with photographers managing to sneak a peek at it in Detroit. Though the chassis was hidden beneath layers of plastic, critics have been able to discern a few concrete specs. Look inside the cabin and discover custom orange stitching and WildTrak cushion emblems. A 115-volt outlet rests just beyond the passenger door, providing ample power for tools and off-road toys; while the exhaust valve has been moved to the underbody to create a more efficient rear track (this will increase overall ground clearance by up to two inches). The C-Pillar also features unique buttresses, which showcase the newly elongated profile and lend the fenders more depth.

What should most impress drivers, however, is the anticipated powertrain. While no official specs have been confirmed, many critics believe that the WildTrak will feature a Duratec engine and a 10-speed automatic transmission, delivering performance similar to Ford’s T6 platform. This would ensure total domination of the compact market and launch the Raptor to the top of the charts.

Are you excited? Share your opinions about the 2019 WildTrak with us today!

Winter has come - but the Novlan team is looking past the snow, knowing that spring will bring premium pick-up power. The 2019 Ranger is on its way!


According to The Dayton Daily News, Ford will soon rev up production of its 2019 Ranger - with a spring arrival date planned for next year. This should cause considerable celebration within North America, with drivers no longer having to feel the loss of a half-ton alternative. While the F-Series remains the top-selling vehicle in both Canada and the United States, there is still a viable compact market; and consumers will soon have the best in nimble handling and powerhouse performance.

The Dayton Daily News explains that - when the 2019 Ford Ranger arrives - it will offer a 2.3L EcoBoost four-cylinder engine (the same one currently housed inside the Mustang). A 10-speed automatic transmission will replace the traditional manual gearbox, ensuring smooth handling; while two-door and four-door options will accommodate all driver needs, branding this both a commercial hauler and a family platform. The potential of a six-foot bed should also impress, promising payload capacities of more than 1,500 pounds.

Are you ready for this compact beast?

To learn more about the 2019 Ranger contact us today!
In 2011 drivers shared a rare grief - weeping as Ford ceased production on its much-beloved Ranger. This pick-up had served as a compact alternative to the hulking half-tons, and it proved ideal for those seeking urban adventures. It was small; it was fierce; and… it was gone.

Now, however, hope has returned to North America - because the Ranger is making its way back to the highway!



According to The Drive, Ford has just revealed its 2019 Ranger. This platform will reinvigorate the market, offering consumers an alternative to long-cabbed F-150s. Anchored by a 2.3L Ecoboost (which should generate 310 HP), it promises stellar performance - blending a 10-speed automatic transmission with four-cylinder steadiness. An electronic locking rear differential will create a balanced ride, while available AWD will pair high and low transfer technology to quickly adapt to changing environments.

What should most impress drivers, however, is the revised chassis - which now boasts extra inches in the bed. The 2019 Ranger has been extended to provide enhanced payload capabilities (exact dimensions have yet to be released). Though still tailored for the compact market, the truck will now be able to compete with the likes of Toyota’s Tundra and Chevrolet’s Colorado. This will ensure easier day-to-day hauling and will prove ideal for light-duty demands.

For further information about the 2019 Ranger - including its production schedule - contact our team today.

A picture is worth a thousand words - and, after drivers catch a glimpse of the 2019 Raptor Ranger, we expect every phrase to be celebratory. This F-150 variant is on its way… and it promises to be a half-ton contender unlike any other.


According to AutoBlog, exclusive renderings of the 2019 F-150 have just been released - and they showcase the world’s most unexpected crossover. Ford has spliced together two distinct platforms and created a pick-up that will impress from every angle. This truck pairs the rugged design of the Raptor with the efficiency of the Ranger, delivering an all-terrain option that will delight.

The chassis is leanly styled, with shortened fenders and a square front. The narrow wheel-wells pair with all-season tires, and the cargo-bed is tailored for mid-volume payloads. None can deny the Ranger influence, with the 2019 F-150 intended for everyday hauling (the aluminum body should exceed no more than 5,277-mm in length, providing more nimble handling). Don’t fret, though, Ford fans. This is more than just another compact pick-up.

Instead the new F-150 will embrace Raptor performance - with critics anticipating a 2.7L EcoBoost engine, an all-wheel-drivetrain, and a new 10-speed automatic transmission. This should yield more than 300 HP and dominate the Baja segment.

Expect perfection with every mile.

To learn more about the 2019 Raptor Ranger contact us today!

Size isn’t everything. The 2019 Ford Ranger will prove this - connecting drivers to compact styling and massive capability. Rumors have already spread across the automotive market, declaring that this pick-up will offer class-shattering performance.... and we can’t wait!



According to Ford Authority, the new Ranger (which will be released next year) will boast a 2.3L four-cylinder engine. Delivering turbocharged technology and direct-injection power, this platform should yield up to 310 HP and 320 lb.-ft of torque - allowing it to effortlessly dominate the market. No other compact shares this same performance ratio, and the use of natural aspiration and EcoBoost enhancements will only further propel Ford past the competition.

What truly impresses, however, is that this four-cylinder mimics the one currently available on the 2017 Mustang - ensuring that the Ranger will be a fast and furious pick-up. It will have no equal.

With the release of the 2019 Ranger, Ford is redefining the light-duty market; and North American drivers will soon find themselves immersed in best-in-class power, speed, and adaptability.

To learn more about this and other Ford pick-ups contact us today.