email
call
Toll Free (877) 344-4433
call
Paradise Hill (306) 344-4448
call
Lloydminster (306) 825-6141
call
North Battleford (306) 446-2223
Ford Truck News For Alberta Canada
A woman sitting inside the 2022 F-150 Lightning and using the touchscreen. Outside, a man is seen walking toward the truck from the house.The unveiling of the 2022 F-150 Lightning promises more than efficiency. Instead comfort is assured - with Ford fusing this electric platform with a series of interior upgrades. Visit Novlan Bros. today for further information.

Slide inside the new F-150 Lightning and discover a premium interior. The spacious cabin - which accommodates up to five passengers - boasts ample head room (40.8 inches, 40.4 inches), leg room (43.9 inches, 43.6 inches), and shoulder room (66.7 inches, 66.0 inches). Available Nirvana leather seats deliver plush textures, while Multi-Contour technology pairs with Active Motion capabilities to achieve a precise configuration. 10-way power adjusters allow riders to smoothly respond to rough roads, with lumbar and memory support affording perfect alignments; and optional Max Recline functionality assures superior comfort by offering 180-degrees of relaxation.

To further improve the highway experience, the 2022 Lightning has been equipped with available heated and ventilated cushions. These features - which are found on the Lariat and Platinum trims - will effortlessly counter Alberta’s wildest weather, enabling passengers to create custom climate controls.

Curious about the 2022 F-150 Lightning and its interior features? Contact our team to learn more - and be sure to reserve your Ford EV today.
On the horizon comes an electric wave - with the world’s premier automotive manufacturers swapping their gas-powered behemoths for sleeker, greener alternatives. These trucks (which will soon dominate the Saskatchewan highways) promise to redefine the heavy-duty market; and Novlan Bros. isn’t surprised to find that the 2022 F-150 Lightning is leading the way. 


According to Automotive News, the 2022 Lightning proves a popular pick-up for buyers - earning an impressive 38% of a recent poll to determine which upcoming electric vehicle is most anticipated. It topped both the Silverado EV from General Motors (22%) and the Tesla Cybertruck (20%), delivering a wide margin of consumer interest. 

Critics aren’t surprised. The new Lightning has already secured over 200,000 pre-orders - with drivers wanting to sample its zero-emission capabilities and ample productivity features. Signature Pro Trailer Hitch Assist assures seamless control, adjusting the braking, throttle, and speed functions to afford easy reversals; while an integrated on-board scale function tracks payload ratios, noting when the 2,000 pound maximum has been capped. Lower the tailgate to take advantage of its custom grooved surface, which serves as a perfect work-station by offering an embedded ruler, mobile device holder, and available storage solutions; and Enhanced Zone Lighting transforms the cabin and bed alike, with strategic bulbs yielding up to 360-degrees of coverage.  

These functions allow the 2022 Lightning to effortlessly adapt to demands - branding it far more than an EV. Contact us today for additional information.
Demand more from the electric market than efficiency. Instead achieve four-wheel capability - with the 2022 F-150 Lightning offering a dynamic powertrain to Saskatchewan. Visit Novlan Bros. dealership to request further information. 


Anchoring the new F-150 Lightning is a four-wheel-drivetrain. This layout - which is bolstered by an independent double-wishbone suspension, with coil-over shocks in the front and semi-trailing arms in the rear - affords seamless handling across any challenge. A dual eMotor system (transverse mounted) assures near instant torque delivery; while the high-strength steel frame proves a perfect complement, promising a smooth ride on even the roughest terrain. 

Further enhancing the new Lightning’s performance capabilities are the available 22-inch machined aluminum wheels - which afford a rugged stance and help to increase ground clearance to 8.9 inches. No longer fear unfamiliar backroads. This truck (with its 25.4 degree approach angle, 24.2 degree departure angle, and 17.8 degree ramp breakover angle) will seamlessly accommodate every environment. 

With the release of the 2022 F-150 Lightning Saskatchewan drivers will discover more than economy (though, the estimated 300 mile extended range will certainly thrill). They will also find seamless performance, with this four-wheel pick-up proving ready to impress. Contact our team for additional details.
The 2022 F-150 Lightning is coming - and drivers across Saskatchewan are clamouring to slip behind the wheel. 


According to TechCrunch, Ford’s latest hybrid is shattering records across North America. The Lightning already boasts a staggering 120,000 reservations, with drivers anxious to take advantage of its 100% electric powertrain; and, most surprisingly, three-quarters of these orders come from entirely new customers. This showcases the growing need for environmentally-conscious pick-ups, and it validates the Big Blue Oval’s shift toward PHEV technology. 

The 2022 F-150 Lightning will prove a true powerhouse on the highway. Its dual motor system - which will be assisted by a lithium-ion battery pack - is estimated to deliver 563 HP and 775 lb.-ft of torque. A 10,000 pound trailering capacity is expected, and its payload rating should reach 2,000 pounds. Pair this with a 0 to 60 acceleration of approximately 4.5 seconds and this platform will show the true value of electric performance. A standard 4x4 drivetrain will further improve the experience.

Want to learn more about the new F-150 Lightning - or do you wish to reserve your model in advance? Contact our team today for further information.

Prepare for a new kind of electric ride.
No longer dread rough roads. The new F-150 Lightning will deliver a superior all-terrain experience - with an independent suspension anchoring its rear. This system, which is the first of its kind for the F-Series line, will help to minimize friction and maximize performance; and this will create a refined ride in Alberta.


According to Car Scoops, the 2022 F-150 Lightning will boast the F-Series’ first independent suspension. Forgoing traditional leaf springs, this system will instead pair progressive rate coil-overs with a semi-trailing arm configuration. This will ensure smooth movement, with a stabilizer bar further improving articulation and creating a balanced ride on sharp curves. An integrated load-levelling function will enhance control, enabling the truck to better adapt to heavy hauls; while the removal of the market's typical cumbersome underpinnings will allow for superior electric motor placement. 

The introduction of an independent rear suspension will redefine the F-150 - affording precise handling and seamless control. No terrain will prove too wild for this electric model to tame.

Want to learn more about the 2022 F-150 Lightning and its revised suspension system? Contact our team today for further information - and don’t forget to schedule a test-drive in one of our available F-Series models at your earliest convenience. 
The automotive market is no longer dominated by chrome. Instead a green philosophy is defining every kilometre - with the 2022 F-150 Lightning boasting a lower carbon footprint than its gasoline competitors. Assure maximum power without the expected energy demands in Alberta.


According to Inside EVs, the new F-150 Lightning boasts an 85 MPGe output. This rating - which should translate to approximately 480 kilometres per full battery charge - assures superior performance, reducing overall carbon emissions and lessening the environmental impact of each rev. This truck, which features a 100% electric design, has been carefully engineered to optimise capability; and the result is a green-friendly experience.

To achieve its high metrics, the 2022 F-150 Lightning has been fitted with dual inboard motors. These are assisted by an extended range battery pack, as well as a single-speed transmission; and they promote efficient handling in Alberta, producing cleaner energy that will help to reduce carbon generation among the pick-up market. This allows drivers to more confidently navigate, taking advantage of 10,000 pounds of trailering and zero emission performance.

Curious about the new F-150 Lightning? Contact our team today to learn more about this Ford pick-up - including additional specs and production scheduling.
With the unveiling of the 2022 F-150 Lightning Ford is shattering EV records - connecting Alberta drivers to both pulse-pounding speed and superior towing prowess. Don’t be fooled by an all-electric classification. This pick-up emphasizes high-performance with each press of the pedal.


According to Road and Track, the new Lightning will thrill. Anchored by a dual-motor system, this platform will generate an impressive 563 HP and 775 lb.-ft of torque (these numbers are considerably higher than originally estimated, proving more potent than even the current F-150 line-up). A standard AWD will ensure maximum control on the trails, while an advanced lithium-ion battery pack will complement each rev (helping to create a drive-range of 480-km per single charge). This will provide robust performance, with the truck able to achieve a maximum towing capacity of 10,000 pounds. 

The 2022 Lightning will also dominate the highway - delivering a 0 to 60 MPH run of just four seconds. Drivers will experience segment-leading power, with this platform utilizing instant torque capabilities to catapult it forward.

The new F-150 Lightning will prove a robust option for the Alberta market. To learn more about this pick-up - including additional specs and production details - contact our team today.
<a href="https://novlanbros.com/inventory/list/#/?&orderBy=2&t=0&filter=[New%2CFord%2CF-150%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C]"><img src="images/upload/September_2018/fordlogo.jpg">alt="Ford logo in white lettering and surrounded by a blue oval"/></a>The electric era will soon begin - with Ford bringing its 2022 F-150 Lightning to the Alberta market. This pick-up (which is set for a live-stream debut on May 19th) is poised to dominate every payload, boasting some of the Big Blue Oval’s most impressive outputs in years.

According to Business Insider, the new F-150 Lightning will thrill on the backroads and highway alike. Anchored by dual electric motors, this platform promises exceptional strength - generating (a minimum of) 450 HP and 570 lb.-ft of torque; while its expected all-wheel-drive is assisted by a low-profile design that will afford superior aerodynamics (the closed grille and slim fenders will slice away air and promote nimble handling). To further enhance performance, a range-extending generator is anticipated, with reputed hydrogen-cell support helping the truck achieve class-leading mileage. More than 300 MPGs per charge is rumoured. 

Business Insider also reports that the 2022 Lightning should deliver a towing capacity comparable to current models - with an estimated 12,000 pounds offered. This will afford superior payload performance and allow the platform to defy electric conventions.

The 2022 F-150 Lightning will prove the ultimate EV option. To learn more about this Ford pick-up - including current production schedules - contact our team today.