Ford Truck News For Alberta Canada
new 2020 ford f250 for sale alberta canadaExpect more from the full-ton market than mere strength. Instead demand safety with every mile - trusting the intuitive technologies of the 2020 F-250 to defend against collisions.

According to Edmunds, the new F-250 (which is scheduled for a late fall debut) will connect Alberta drivers to premium protection. Anchoring its chassis is a series of automated systems, which can observe, detect, and respond to changing environments. These include:

Lane Departure Warnings - sensors monitor marker positions and vehicle pitch, noting immediately when the F-250 veers from the path. Audio warnings are released, directing drivers to correct their trajectories and restore alignment.

Forward Collision Warnings - radar scanners map the surroundings, identifying both vehicles and pedestrians as they pass. If obstacles are detected at the front of the truck (and the driver makes no attempt to lessen speed), this system will then automatically engage the brakes and avoid a crash.

High-Beams - these halogen lamps activate when visibility is low, enabling drivers to experience steady light and wide-angle support. This improves performance on backroads and sharp turns alike.

The 2020 F-250 proves ready to protect passengers - offering a dynamic collection of safety features. To learn more about its available technologies (or to request information about financing opportunities) contact our team today.
2020 ford f series super duty for sale alberta canadaThe new year has only just begun - but F-Series fans are already looking toward the future, eager for the arrival of the 2020 Super Duty fleet. Ford has promised to inject these trucks with dynamic power, and recent spec reveals have left drivers salivating.

According to The News Wheel, the 2020 F-Series Super Duty fleet will soon be rolling onto the production line; and it’s bringing two custom engines with it. Ford will now pair these rides with a 7.3L gasoline V8 and a revised 6.7L PowerStroke V8 diesel. Though no official specs have been released for either block, critics anticipate that they will both exceed current ratios (which rest at 450 HP and 935 lb.-ft of torque); and the inclusion of a 10-speed TorqShift transmission will further thrill, allowing the trucks to more seamlessly reach the redline.

The News Wheel also notes that Ford will fuse the Super Duty line-up with exclusive drive-mode technology - which will offer both Tow/Haul and Sport gears. With the press of a button operators will be able to choose the optimal ratios for their needs, achieving stable power-bands and smooth performance.

The 2020 F-Series Super Duty will be a welcome addition to the Alberta highways. To learn more about this fleet (or to schedule a test-drive in one of our current pick-up models) contact our team today.