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Hybrid capability, award-winning power - the 2022 Maverick XL has arrived in Lloydminster. This Ford pick-up was recently deemed a 2022 Best Fleet Value recipient by Vincentric, earning praise for its low costs and high performance.

According to Ford Authority, the new Maverick XL proves a dynamic option for both work and play. Industry leader Vincentric placed the platform at the top of its Best Small Truck category, noting that its hybrid powertrain assured maximum value for drivers - blending torque, towing, and economy with a low-maintenance philosophy.Â

Boasting a 2.5L FHEV engine, the 2022 Maverick XL generates 191 HP and 155 lb.-ft of torque. An electronic continuously variable transmission creates a refined ride, while electric power-assisted steering and twin-tube hydraulic dampers afford precise control. This truck delivers a maximum towing capacity of 907-kg, courtesy of its robust FWD; and its efficiency output will impress, with a 6.3 L/100km Combined rating offered. This brands it a perfect everyday ride.

To learn more about how the new Maverick secured a win from Vincentric contact our team team today. Don’t hesitate to also schedule a test-drive in one of our available models or request financing information.
Anticipate precision with each press of the pedal. The 2022 Ford Maverick has arrived - and its peerless design (which blends class-leading performance with unprecedented economy) has propelled it to the top of the North American charts.Â

According to Ford Authority, the new Maverick has earned a decisive sales victory - with its Q1 earnings impressing in the United States (19,245), Canada (1,933), and Mexico (818). Compare this to its leading rival, the Hyundai Sonata, and a meagre 8,400 unit output (US market).Â

Such a high sales margin comes as no surprise to critics - who have praised the 2022 Maverick for its dynamic capabilities. When anchored by a 2.0L EcoBoost engine, this platform yields 250 HP (at 5,500 RPM) and 277 lb.-ft of torque (3,000 RPM). Its eight-speed automatic transmission assures nimble control, while its independent MacPherson strut suspension delivers superior handling. These features combine to achieve a 1,814-kg towing capacity, as well as a 10.7 L/100km economy rating in the city.

The 2022 Maverick proves its value with every adventure - delivering both power and efficiency. To learn more about this Ford pick-up contact our team today. We will happily provide additional specs, as well as schedule a test-drive in one of our available models.
Upgrade the payload experience in Lloydminster. The 2022Â Ford Maverick - which has already redefined the compact market through its available 4,000 pounds of trailering and 277 lb.-ft of torque - may soon pair its FlexBed system with exclusive climate technology. 

According to Car Scoops, Ford recently filed a patent for the new Maverick - one that suggests an innovative bed design. A ventilation system is planned for the truck, with ducts spanning the rear and delivering controlled bursts of air. This extraction suite will allow drivers to achieve a comfortable temperature when the cab is enclosed, maintaining precise climate conditions.

Through this, the Maverick can transform into an all-purpose vehicle - with its closed cabin better protecting cargo and passengers alike (use a rooftop tent addition to achieve a cozy camping experience). The integrated ductwork, which will be powered by a fan positioned behind the passenger seat, will maximize payload options.

It will also pair perfectly with the 2022 Maverick's impressive hybrid output. The standard 2.5L engine (which generates 5.9L/100km in the city) will power the ventilation system, enabling drivers to achieve long-lasting comfort.

Curious about the new Maverick and its upcoming ventilation technology? Contact our team to learn more.
With the release of the 2022 Maverick Ford proves that great things truly do come in small packages - with this compact platform earning a bevy of accolades. Among the most recent awards to add to its collection is Best Pickup Truck of 2022.

Notable automotive reviewer,, has just revealed its picks for the year - and the new Maverick has earned the covet top-spot for pick-up trucks. Effortlessly besting its main rivals (the Hyundai Santa Cruz and the Toyota Tundra), this Ford model delivers exceptional performance to drivers.

As the first standard hybrid truck in Saskatchewan, the 2022 Maverick yields superior capability - generating 191 HP and 155 lb.-ft of torque. Its Atkinson-cycle design pairs with a permanent magnet electric traction motor to maximize output, blending a 0 to 60 MPH run of seven seconds with a highway economy rating of 8.1 L/100km. An eight-speed automatic transmission proves nimble, while Intelligent All-Wheel-Drive affords precise handling on rough terrain.

Through this, the new Maverick - which is available Xl, XLT, and Lariat trims - will impress.

Want to learn more? Contact our team today to request additional information on the new Maverick - including financing.
A yellow 2022 Ford Maverick driving down a paved road, with grass and mountains in the background.Two contenders rev into the arena - the 2022 Ford Maverick and the 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz. Both promise big performance (despite their compact frames); but which will prove the ultimate victor at the pump?

It's the new Maverick.

Anchored by a 2.5L hybrid engine, the 2022 Maverick promises superior economy in Saskatchewan - earning an impressive 42 MPG in the city and 33 MPG on the highway (comparatively, its available turbocharged 2.0L block produces 23 MPG and 30 MPG). An Atkinson inline-four system pairs with aluminum materials, affording a lightweight configuration; while a 94 kWh permanent magnet bolsters the electric motor and assists each rev. An electronic continuously variable transmission assures deft handling, and regenerative braking capabilities further improve output.

The 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz proves less economical - with its standard 2.5L inline-four engine earning 21 MPG in the city and 26 MPG on the highway. This places it below both the FWD and AWD configurations of the Maverick, and it requires more frequent station stops. Drivers will find that this eight-speed platform can't keep pace with demands of daily travels.

Want to learn more about how the 2022 Maverick compares to the new Santa Cruz? Contact our dealership today for further information.
Smoothly conquer city streets and off-road trails alike. The 2022 Ford Maverick promises precise performance on every terrain, with its class-defining suspension accommodating changing conditions with ease. Visit Novlan Bros today to learn more.

According to Hot Cars, the new Maverick will prove a dynamic option for Saskatchewan drivers - blending superior efficiency (up to 5.6 L/100km in the city and 7.1 L/100km on the highway) and power (191 HP) when fitted with its standard 2.5L engine. This hybrid will also deliver peerless handling, fusing its unibody design with an advanced suspension.

An Independent MacPherson strut-type configuration will anchor the front. Twin-tube hydraulic shocks will afford smooth control, while stabilizer bars will ensure precise handling. A steel sub-frame will pair with aluminum lower arms to further improve responses on rough roads.

At the rear of the Maverick drivers will find a twist-beam suspension, which boasts both an integrated stabilizer bar and gas-pressurized dampers to reduce impact friction. Vectoring springs further enhance the off-road experience, helping to absorb lateral cornering force and achieve a seamless ride. Â

Curious about the 2022 Maverick and its suspension system? Contact our team for further information - and don't forget to reserve your truck today.
Ring in this new year with off-road fun. The Ford Maverick will soon arrive in Saskatchewan - and it may bring a Tremor kit with it. Critics are anticipating an all-terrain upgrade for 2022, which will elevate the platform's already impressive standard features.

According to CarBuzz, the 2022 Maverick will be tailored for rough roads. A Tremor trademark has been registered with Chile's National Institute of Industrial Property, generating rumours that Ford will debut the platform on an international stage before eventually bringing it to North America. This will assure powerhouse performance, with the truck drawing inspiration from both the F-150 and Ranger.

Though no official specs have been released for this add-on, the CarBuzz team anticipates that the Maverick Tremor would share the same 4x4 capabilities as its predecessors - utilizing FOX dampers and an electronic-locking rear differential to navigate rough terrain. 32-inch Continental tires should be included for maximum traction, and integrated skid plates would defend against debris. Additionally, a custom-tuned suspension would afford precise handling, with redesigned front knuckles enhancing overall articulation.

Should the Maverick follow in the tread-marks of its F-Series and Ranger counterparts, the Tremor Package would prove a perfect option for those wishing to go beyond the highway.

To learn more about the 2022 Ford Maverick contact our team today.
The arrival of the 2022 Ford Maverick draws near - and critics are already singing praises for its efficiency (expect up to 23 MPG in the city and 30 MPG on the highway) and performance (the maximum payload rating spans an impressive 1,564 pounds). This compact pick-up will prove a dynamic option for Saskatchewan.

It may also prove a potent one.

According to CarBuzz, the new Maverick may receive a Pro Power Onboard upgrade. This system - which currently anchors the F-150 - would bolster the truck's already impressive output, utilizing available 2.0-kilowatt, 2.4-kilowatt, or 7.2-kilowatt generators to fuel every adventure. This suite (which includes 120-volt 20A outlets and an optional 240-volt NEMA L-14 30R system) allows drivers to enhance their performance capabilities, providing up to 85 hours of continuous voltage. Accommodate a wide range of tools and accessories, with the engine transformed into an inverter to create instantaneous energy.

The result would be a more efficient Maverick - one that could power work-sites and camp-grounds with equal ease.

What do you think of this potential Pro Power Onboard upgrade? Share your opinions with our team today - and don't hesitate to reserve the 2022 Ford Maverick!
Customize the storage experience in Alberta. The 2022 Ford Maverick has arrived - and it's bringing FlexBed technology with it. Visit Novlan Bros. today to learn more about this exclusive cargo system.

According to CNET, the new Maverick emphasizes convenience - with its FlexBed system affording superior control. Inside the cargo box (which measures 54.4 inches in length and 42.6 inches in width, offering a total volume of 33.3 cu.-ft) are a series of storage solutions, meant to enhance payload capabilities. Slots run the length of the side-walls, allowing drivers to insert dividers and create custom cubbies; while eight tie-downs pair with four DIY holes. Dual 2x6 pockets can accommodate tools, camping equipment, and other items; and two 12-volt power outlets, along with a 110-volt option, provide ample electric support.

Additionally, the 2022 Maverick pairs its FlexBed system with a multi-functional tail-gate - which features a low stance (under 30 inches) and custom design to better accommodate driver needs. Raise it to a mid-position and achieve 400 pounds of assistance when transporting cargo.

The 2022 Maverick enables Alberta drivers to seamlessly adapt to payload demands. To learn more about its FlexBed system - or to request additional specs - contact our team today.
<a href=""><img src="images/upload/October-2021/2022-ford-maverick-sync.jpg"alt="Interior of 2022 Ford Maverick, with SYNC 3 system showcased"/></a>Small but mighty - that's the rallying cry of the 2022 Ford Maverick. This pick-up (which is available at Novlan Bros. dealership) delivers no compromises to the compact market, promising a bevy of entertainment upgrades to Saskatchewan. 

Stay in-the-know on even the most remote trails. Anchoring the new Maverick is the SYNC 3 infotainment suite. This system - which is housed on an eight-inch touchscreen - boasts both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality, enabling users to engage with their favourite content. The FordPass suite assures a steady wi-fi signal on every adventure, while an optional wireless charging device keeps battery levels high. Two USB ports are standard, but an additional two are also available to maximize connectivity; and 4.2-inch and 6.5-inch productivity displays are on offer to bolster the driver experience.

To further impress, Ford also allows for multi-device usage in the Maverick's bed. Take advantage of two 12-volt pre-wired power sources, as well as available 110-volt cab outlets, to maximize options on the trail. Bring along tools, camping equipment, and more. This truck will accommodate them with ease.

Curious about the 2022 Maverick and its connectivity options? Contact our dealership today for further information - and don't hesitate to schedule a test-drive in one of our available Ford models.
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