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In 2004 Ford introduced drivers to its F-150 SVT - a supercharged beast that delivered best-in-class performance. It boasted both a 5.0L V8 Triton engine and a sport-tuned suspension, ensuring quick speeds on the backroads; and it had no equal.

It still doesn’t.

According to The Drive, a 2004 F-150 SVT found its way onto the starting line of the Haltech World Cup Finals. This pick-up - now cobbled together with a series of aftermarket add-ons, such as a Bennet Racing V8 and a M&M turbocharged transmission - bore little resemblance to its factory form. It still managed, however, to carry on a tradition of excellence… by defeating a Dodge Challenger!



The Drive explains that the F-150 was pitted against Dodge’s latest SRT. None expected such a burly truck to keep pace with this slick speedster - and, yet, the track was soon forced to yield to the rumble of 1,900 HP. The Ford pick-up dominated the race, blazing from 0 to 60 in a mere 2.3 seconds! It revved past the quarter-mile mark in just 7 seconds and it left the Challenger in the dust.

A stunned silence greeted the SVT as it crossed the finish line, with critics and spectators alike baffled by this sudden show of power. We wish we had been there. We would’ve cheered on the truck through every engine rev.

Want to learn more about the 2004 SVT? Visit our dealership today!

Prepare for a new generation of power - with Ford delivering its 2018 F-150 VelociRaptor to the North American market. This monster will leave all competitors trembling in the dust, promising more than 600 HP on the backroads.


According to Motoring, Ford has just revealed its latest F-Series behemoth. The 2018 VelociRaptor - a specialty platform engineered in partnership with Hennessey - will soon dominate the off-road market, delivering a bold style that will defy all expectations. Six wheels anchor the chassis. Don’t adjust your screens, Alberta drivers: that number is correct. A dynamic tri-row tire design defines this truck, utilizing 20-inch frames and wide alloy rims to maximize height. Class-shattering ground clearance is now guaranteed.

To further impress, Ford has bolstered this beast with a front-mounted intercooler and a stainless steel exhaust system - each working to improve air ratios and lessen the strain of the burly twin-turbo V6 engine. A rear locking differential improves stability, while electronic traction control enhances the AWD.

When these elements combine, they allow the new F-150 to achieve a staggering 660 HP on every trail - making this the undisputed king of UTEs.

Want to learn more about Ford’s latest F-Series option? Contact our team today!

With the end of October comes a series of numbers - those third-quarter margins and year-to-year comparisons. Automotive brands reveal this successes (and failures) to the world, and black ink charts out every profit.

Thanks to the venerable F-Series, Ford has managed to snag most of those profits for itself.




According to The Detroit Free Press, Ford has just unveiled its third-quarter earnings - and they far exceed expectations. The brand's worldwide revenue rose to a staggering $36.5 billion, while its stock shares soared 39 cents. This represents a pre-tax profit of more than $2 billion - allowing the Big Blue Oval to easily best its competition.

What caused such a sudden margin rise? Critics attribute the release of the 2018 F-Series. This half-ton collection (anchored by the F-150 and F-250) has struck a V6 chord with drivers, with each truck yielding a $2,300 profit per sale. This - when coupled with the leap in performance package purchases - has allowed Ford to grow its overall revenue and silence any detractors.

The 2018 F-Series has bolstered the Big Blue Oval, delivering record-breaking sales for the year. We anticipate that this trend will continue when the fourth quarter arrives - with drivers seeking best-in-class trailering, performance, and speed.

To learn more contact us today!

The ending seem predestined. As Ford rolled its F-150 Raptor to the startling line, all spectators smirked - knowing that this massive off-roader would prove ill-suited to the rigors of the track. It would soon sputter in defeat, undone by the sleeker (faster) capabilities of Dodge’s Challenger Hellcat. There was nothing left to do but watch… and laugh.

As Motor Authority explains, however, there was nothing humorous about this race.



The 2018 F-150 crushed all competitors... including the supercharged SRT Hellcat! Boasting a twin-turbo 3.5L V6 engine, this pick-up raced down the track - blitzing through the quarter-mile stretch in a mere 12.49-seconds. How is this possible? Motor Authority notes that Ford bolstered the Raptor with a sport-tuned suspension and a new methanol injection system (which enhances air intake and improves fuel distribution). This provided an 18 PSI pressure increase to ensure fast performance.

Critics and consumers were stunned as the F-150 revved to the podium - but we weren’t. The Novlan team knows that the 2018 Raptor has been engineered to conquer Baja territories. A flat span of pavement, therefore, poses no concern.

Want to take this pick-up for a spin? Visit our dealership today to sample the Raptor’s capabilities - and perhaps even intimidate any passing Hellcats.

The truth is both undeniable and uncomfortable - with you squirming against the rough press of a seat, feeling every rut in the road. Your pick-up (despite its towing prowess) delivers no relief, with its cabin defined by sharp plastics and sticky vinyls. Every all-terrain adventure becomes a frustration; and every mile brings a bruise.

Allow Ford to offer a far better alternative. With the release of the 2018 F-150 Raptor, it promises superior comfort on even the roughest rides.



According to Car and Driver, the 2018 Raptor boasts a fully customizable interior - allowing consumers to transform every mile. Slide into the spacious cabin (which offers 43.9-inches of frontal legroom and 43.6-inches of rear legroom) and discover:

Steering Wheel Options

Power-Adjustable Column.
Heated Padding.

Seating Options

Memory Function Technology.
Integrated Heating.
Integrated Cooling.
Passenger-Side Power Adjusters.

Entertainment Options

Rear DVD Player.

Tailor the Raptor to every need - utilizing Ford’s superior styling (leather seating and soft-touch trims) and ambient lighting (available colors include blue, green, and red) to showcase each feature. An LCD touchscreen anchors the media console, providing access to the SYNC infotainment system; while ample auxiliary switches line the cabin wall to ensure effortless device interfacing. These tech elements perfectly complement the sleek black stitching and elevate every ride.

Want to learn more about the 2018 F-150 Raptor? Visit our dealership today!

2018 ford f250 hybrid for sale alberta canadaEconomy is coming to the half-ton market - with Ford defying all expectations of gas-guzzling engines and meager MPGs. Prepare for the arrival of the 2018 F-250!

According to Trucking Info, Ford will soon premier a new F-Series powerhouse. This Super Duty - launched in partnership with XL Hybrids, an aftermarket tuner - will redefine performance, connecting drivers to an eco-friendly experience. With every press of the pedal achieve a 25% decrease in both emissions and fuel consumption.

How is this possible? The 2018 F-250 will be fused with an exclusive XL3 drivetrain - a system that blends a 295-volt traction motor with an advanced 1.8-kWh lithium-ion battery. These technologies will complement the truck’s 6.2L PowerStroke engine, redistributing torque to ensure a more efficient ride. They’ll lessen overall HP demands, while simultaneously optimizing fuel consumption; and this will provide drivers with MPG capabilities never thought possible before.

No official release date has been given for the 2018 F-250. Critics anticipate, however, that production will begin soon - with Ford and XL Hybrids wishing to introduce North America to exceptional economy.

To learn more about this and other Super Duty models 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!

Too often does disappointment shadow every mile - with drivers feeling the uneasy lurches of their pick-ups, the ragged sways of trailers. Despite promises of best-in-class performance, these trucks prove unable to accomplish even the simplest half-ton goals; and they all fall victim to their payloads.

With the release of the 2017 F-250 Super Duty, Ford brings custom power to the market - allowing drivers to tailor every press of the pedal. Discover long-haul ease at last.



According to WTOP, the new F-250 Super Duty delivers peerless performance - with Ford pairing its robust 6.2L FlexFuel V6 with a suite of available features. Adapt to every trailering need with help from:

Alternators - choose from 240-amp, 332-amp, or 337-amp options to improve electrical capabilities and lessen engine strain.

Receivers - enhance towing with a variety of receivers (including Ford’s signature 3-inch ball-and-hitch, which can shoulder the weight of every payload).

Towing Kits - extend hauling ranges with both Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck kits. Each provides custom plates to increase pin-weights and ensure seamless connections.

Through these class-exclusive features, the 2017 F-250 Super Duty can easily accommodate up to 15,000 pounds - providing drivers with the half-ton support they deserve. Endure weak engines and unsteady trailers no more.

To learn more about this and other F-Series platforms contact us today!

The next generation of performance has begun - with Ford unveiling its new F-150 Raptor. Since 2010 this pick-up had dominated the Baja circuit, delivering class-shattering power and unprecedented fun. Now the 2018 platform has arrived… and it fully embraces the traditions on the past.

Get ready to roar down the backroads!



According to the NWI Times, Ford is gearing up for sales supremacy. The 2018 F0-150 Raptor - which will soon arrive in dealerships across the U.S. and Canada - promises best-in-segment thrills. Its turbocharged 3.5L V6 engine rumbles to 450 HP and 510 lb.-ft of torque, while its new 10-speed automatic transmission sends drivers blazing from 0 to 60 in a mere 6.3 seconds. The use military-grade aluminum (which sheds 500 pounds from the chassis) promotes a more aerodynamic platform; 35-inch tires turn the pavement to dust; and the sport-tuned suspension is primed for every track, ensuring a more fluid ride.

When these elements combine, they allow the 2018 F-150 Raptor to sail past the competition - offering drivers all-wheel excitement with every press of the pedal.

We can't wait - can you?

To sample the power of the new Raptor visit our dealership today. Be sure to request further specs and financing information as well.

It’s a comparison of specs. You scrutinize every half-ton detail, calculating horsepower promises and all-wheel ratios. Performance isn’t a luxury. It’s instead a demand, and you will ensure that your next pick-up purchase delivers the V8 value you crave. Every number is catalogued with the greatest of care.

The Novlan team suggests sparing a few thoughts for safety.

While none can deny the need for best-in-class trailering, too often does this prove the only concern of drivers - with everyday safety ignored. This is why the 2018 F-150 is an ideal option, yielding both performance and security.



According to Truck Trend, Ford embraces prevention with its new F-150. A 360-degree camera anchors the rear, providing comprehensive lane monitoring. This pairs with a high-definition SYNC console (which receives real-time sensory feeds and alerts drivers to the presence of potential impediments, such as pedestrians or other vehicles) for improved blind spot control. Dynamic Hitch Assist technology delivers gridline support for parking, while the vented all-wheel brakes ensure smooth decelerations.

To promote steady handling on the highway, the 2018 F-150 has been fitted with a suite of traction programs - including Roll Stability Control, AdvanceTrac, and Curve Control. These systems work in tandem to maintain optimal tire grippage, accommodating every sudden twist or turn. They shift between two-wheel and four-wheel drive as needed, engaging the suspension to provide seamless responses.

Through this, Ford offers a safer ride - with the 2018 F-150 enabling consumers to adapt to traffic and road conditions alike.

Want to sample these features for yourself? Visit our lot today to learn more about the new F-150!

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