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A blue Ford oval logo posed against a white background, with the brand name written in white in the center.Luxury has come to the commercial market - with Ford unveiling its 2023 Super Duty King Ranch. This V8 powerhouse has been fused with a series of upgrades, propelling it to the forefront of both performance and design. To learn more contact Novlan Bros today.

According to Motor One, the 2023 King Ranch has just been spotted. Though wrapped in Ford’s signature camouflage, this truck proved too supersized to ignore - and critics were quick to discover new additions to both the body and cabin. 

 
2023 Ford Super Duty King Ranch: Exterior

Spanning 22-feet, the Super Duty King Ranch features a long-box design and dual rear wheels. The wheels boast new chrome details and the LED tail-lamps have been revised. Additionally, C-shaped running lights frame the upgraded metallic grille.  

2023 Ford Super Duty King Ranch: Interior

Inside the new King Ranch drivers can expect a revised infotainment suite - with a massive 12-inch screen anticipated. The dash has been tweaked to afford easier access to the tech systems, and an enhanced digital display should further improve operator control. 

The new Super Duty King Ranch will deliver superior styling and intuitive tech to Saskatchewan. To learn more about this truck - including how to pre-order an F-250, F-350, or F-450 model - contact our team today. 
A red 2022 Ford Maverick parked in a concrete building and shown from the side profile.In the compact arena two trucks stand as giants - the 2023 Ford Maverick and the 2023 Toyota Tacoma. Defying mid-size expectations, these platforms yield unprecedented power and superior economy: branding them ideal for the Saskatchewan market. Which delivers the most value to drivers, however?

It’s the 2023 Maverick.

Anchored by a 2.5L inline-four engine and 1.1 kWh lithium-ion battery, the new Maverick dominates the highway - yielding up to 191 HP and 155 lb.-ft of torque. Its automatic CVT affords smooth control, while the standard front-wheel configuration reduces drive-line loss and improves overall traction. This allows the truck to deftly navigate tight turns and off-road trails alike. Additionally, consumers can anticipate segment-leading economy: with 42 MPG in the city and 33 MPG on the highway estimated.

Comparatively, the 2023 Toyota Tundra leaves drivers underwhelmed - with its 2.7L four-cylinder engine offering a mere 159 HP. Estimated mileage reaches only 20 MPG in the city and 23 MPG on the highway, and there is no hybrid option currently available. This will limit performance options in Saskatchewan. 

Want to learn more about how the 2023 Maverick compares to the competition? Contact Novlan Bros today for further information.
The release of the 2022 Maverick was met with instant acclaim - with its compact styling and everyday efficiency deftly adapting to driver needs. This Ford pick-up has revved to the top of the charts, delivering superior value to the market; and it also promises long-term satisfaction, earning much acclaim from venerable industry leader, J.D. Power.
 

According to Ford Authority, J.D. Power has named the 2022 Maverick as one of its leading APEAL (Automotive Performance, Execution, and Layout) contenders. This study examines consumer satisfaction, using an extensive 37-point criteria sheet to monitor interior design, fuel ratio, engine output, and more. The entire driving experience is examined; and participants are asked to rate their vehicles after a 90-day period.

The 2022 Maverick proved a favourite with consumers, earning a top-three position in the Mid-Size category (it shared the spotlight with the Hyundai Santa Cruz and Nissan Frontier). Drivers were quick to celebrate the truck’s robust economy: with a 5.6 L/100km rating in the city available, courtesy of the 2.5L Hybrid engine; and the 4,000 pounds of trailering impressed. The inclusion of a multi-position tailgate assures seamless payload control, and the sharp 40-inch turning diameter affords superior manoeuvrability.

The new Ford Maverick delivers class-leading performance to drivers. To learn more contact Novlan Bros today.
Decimate every all-terrain challenge. The 2023 F-150 Raptor R is coming - and it’s bringing supercharged performance to Saskatchewan. Ford has fused this platform with a 5.2L block that will leave drivers thrilled… and the competition quaking in the dust.


According to Car and Driver, the new F-150 Raptor R has been fitted with a Predator V8 engine. This aluminum block delivers a staggering 700 HP and 640 lb.-ft of torque (propelling the truck past its previous generations, which yielded 450 HP and 510 lb.-ft when equipped with the signature 3.5L V6). Mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission, this suite boasts an upgraded converter and improved calibration - affording precise handling on the roughest terrain. A wider intake design assures greater air flow, yielding 66% more than past versions; while a revised oil cooler, custom exhaust manifold, and pulley configuration further assist performance. 

The 2023 Raptor R promises class-leading power on every trail - even when compared to its leading competitor, the 1500 TRX. While the Ram model boasts a marginally higher output (earning 702 HP and 650 lb.-ft of torque), Car and Driver notes that Ford’s lighter design sheds more than 100 pounds from the chassis; and this will translate to quicker speeds and a more fluid experience. 

To learn more about the 2023 F-150 Raptor R contact our team today.
Image of a blue Ford oval logo against a white background, with white cursive lettering in the center that spells the brand name.Consumers demand; Ford listens. With the announcement of the 2023 F-150 Tremor comes a promise of V8 power - which F-Series fans have been clamouring for. This engine upgrade will assure maximum performance with every payload. Contact Novlan Bros today to learn more.  

According to AutoBlog, the new F-150 Tremor will trade its traditional 3.5L EcoBoost V6 for the consumer-favourite Coyote V8. The new block - which will feature twin independent variable cam timing - will deliver an estimated 400 HP and 410 lb.-ft of torque. A 10-speed automatic transmission will assure dynamic handling, even when faced with a best-in-class payload rating of 3,325 pounds; while port-fuel and direct-injection systems will work in tandem to optimize performance. Variable Displacement technology will bolster efficiency, seamlessly adjusting cylinder responses to accommodate terrain and trailering demands; and the aluminum construction will lessen overall weight. 

Tremor fans may be quick to note that the current EcoBoost engine delivers a higher torque ratio than the V8 - earning up to 500 lb.-ft. AutoBlog explains, however, that the Coyote block is tailored for superior low to mid-range responses, enabling drivers to achieve optimal power faster. This makes it ideal for off-road adventures and long-hauls alike.

Curious about the 2023 Ford F-150 Tremor? Contact our team today for further information.
A black 2022 Ford Maverick driving down a dirt road with a bike in its bed. Mountains and a blue sky are seen in the background.Defy expectations with the 2022 Maverick. No tame ride is this Ford pick-up. Instead it’s an all-terrain beast that can dominate the roughest roads with ease - delivering FX4 performance to Saskatchewan. To learn more contact Novlan Bros today.

Available for the 2022 Maverick is the FX4 Package. This suite injects high-performance capability into every adventure, allowing drivers to Go Further with confidence. All-terrain tires afford a rugged stance, while skid plates line the body. Dual tow hooks have been integrated into the front to maximize cargo options, and a heavy-duty radiator pairs with a new engine fan to more efficiently regulate temperature output from the 2.0L EcoBoost block. 

To further impress, the available Intelligent AWD is ably assisted by five selectable drive modes - Normal, Tow/Haul, Slippery, Mud/Ruts, and Sand. These pair with integrated Hill Descent Control to afford precise handling, seamlessly adjusting traction ratios and wheel spin to create a stable ride. Tailor every adventure with ease.

The FX4 Package is available on new XLT and Lariat models. To learn more about this suite - or to reserve a 2022 Ford Maverick - contact Novlan Bros today. We will happily connect you to the information you need. 
A red 2022 Ford Maverick equipped with the First Edition Package and posed against a white background.Upgrade the mid-size experience. The 2022 Ford Maverick has arrived in Saskatchewan - and it’s delivering more than PHEV performance. Instead drivers can fuse it with an exclusive First Edition Package, injecting bold design into every adventure. 

As Motor Biscuit explains, the new Ford Maverick dazzles on the highway and at the pump - with its available 2.5L hybrid engine yielding up to 191 HP, 155 lb.-ft of torque, and an impressive economy rating of 6.3 L/100km (Combined). The available First Edition, however, will thrill those who crave more than capability.

Offered on the Lariat trim, this package fuses the exterior with a striking black top. Painted skull caps anchor the heated side-view mirrors, while a power moonroof yields a sporty touch. Custom decals flank the sides, and a tonneau cover is added to the rear (allowing for more efficient cargo storage). This suite pairs perfectly with the Maverick, complementing its metallic grille and standard 18-inch aluminum wheels. It will impress from every angle.

Curious about the 2022 Maverick and its available First Edition Package? Contact Novlan Bros today for further information - and don’t hesitate to request a test-drive in one of our available Ford models. 
A blue Ford oval logo, with the brand name written in white in the middle and posed against a white background.Change is coming to the half-ton market - with Ford unveiling its 2023 Super Duty line-up. This fleet (which is scheduled for a fourth quarter release) will boast a redesigned exterior, delivering a bold new look to North Battleford and beyond. Contact Novlan Bros to learn more.

According to Ford Authority, the 2023 Super Duty prototype has been spotted - and its camouflage has been removed to reveal exciting upgrades. A split-bar grille anchors the centre, with C-Clamp headlamps flanking the sides; while integrated turn signals offer a bright punch of amber. All-season tires assure a smooth ride, and a new bed step can be spied. This will afford easier access to the rear and enhance the cargo experience.

Additionally, changes can be found at the rear of the truck - with a new tailgate design boasting vertically-positioned lightning features and a revised top. This lends a sporty effect that draws inspiration from the F-Series.

The 2023 Super Duty should arrive later this year, offering drivers a chance to sample its refreshed exterior. To request additional information about this fleet - including how to reserve an F-250, F-350, or F-450 model - contact the Novlan Bros team today. 
Anticipation builds; excitement grows; and critics and consumers alike turn to their screens, scouring web pages for a glimpse of mid-size performance. The 2023 Ford Ranger has been announced - and with it comes the promise of Pro Power capability. 


According to Motor Biscuit, the new Ranger will prove a potent addition to the Ford family, borrowing the Pro Power Onboard Generator from its F-150 sibling (as shown in the video above). This feature - which boasts 2.0 kW, 2.4 kW, and 7.2 kW configurations - transforms the truck into a mobile workhorse, maximizing engine output to create an extended-life battery system. This offers up to 85 hours of performance, with both hybrid and gasoline blocks optimized for resource distribution; and, through this, drivers can utilize accessories with ease. 

The inclusion of the Pro Power Onboard Generator elevates the new Ford Ranger - allowing it to dominate the mid-size market in Paradise Hill and beyond. Achieve up to 7,200 watts of high-performance capability and enhance options for both work and play, with this system perfectly complementing the available 2.3L four-cylinder engine and 10-speed automatic transmission. 

To request additional information about the 2023 Ranger and its upcoming Pro Power Onboard Generator contact Novlan Bros today.
Utility has received an upgrade. The 2022 F-150 Lightning has been revealed - with its Platinum trim proving a premium option for Lloydminster drivers. To learn more about this electric pick-up contact Novlan Bros today.


According to Inside EVs, the new F-150 Lightning Platinum delivers exceptional capability. Anchored by a 131-kWh lithium-ion battery pack - which is handily assisted by a dual-motor system - this truck generates up to 580 HP and 775 lb.-ft of torque. Its extended drive-range (483 km) assures maximum value on the highway, while its available 8500 pounds of trailering will accommodate every payload with ease. 

The new F-150 Platinum’s true contribution to the pick-up market, however, is its class-defining frunk (front trunk). This, Inside EVs notes, spans 400 litres (14.1 cu.-ft) and affords superior storage capabilities - boasting four integrated electrical outlets, two USB ports, and a drainable interior. Stow, organize, and power accessories with ease. 

The introduction of the 2022 F-150 Lightning injects much-deserved functionality into the electric market. To learn more about this pick-up (including how to reserve a Platinum edition) contact Novlan Bros today. Our team will happily provide additional specs and financing information.
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