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The virtual world has just collided with reality - with Ford unveiling its F-150 Rocket League Edition. This Raptor variant (which is based upon the popular video game, in which demolition derby combines with soccer) recently debuted at the Chicago Auto Show; and fans were stunned to see a digital-inspired masterpiece rev onto the stage.


According to Car and Driver, this 2021 F-150 is an exclusive collaboration between Ford and the creators of Rocket League, bringing the in-game F-Series design to the real world; and it’s yielded a striking result. The Raptor body proves rugged, accentuated with thick arches and drop-down windows; while a revised grille anchors the front, offering a custom emblem. The profile is highlighted in bright green, and C-shaped tail-lamps flank the rear gate.

Most impressive is the use of (fake) rocket launchers - which are mounted in the bed and perfectly harken to the game’s unusual premise. This is the ultimate pick-up for tech fans.

Alas, it’s not going to become a highway staple. Car and Driver reports that Ford intends this ride to be used purely for promotional purposes - disappointing critics and gamers alike.  

What do you think of the F-150 Rocket League Edition? Should Ford make a real-world version? Share your opinion about this exclusive pick-up with our team today.
Don’t be deceived by appearances. This is the philosophy embraced by Ford and its new 2022 Maverick. Despite this truck’s compact profile - its bed is seven inches shorter than the current Ranger, branding it the smallest of the Big Blue Oval’s fleet - it offers impressive performance; and Alberta drivers will be able to reap the benefits of two exceptional engine suites.


According to The Car Connection, the 2022 Maverick will prove ideal for everyday demands - borrowing its two available powertrains from the (much larger) Escape. Its standard 2.5L inline-four engine will generate 191 HP and 155 lb.-ft of torque, as well as a maximum towing capacity of 2,000 pounds. Additionally, this block will offer hybrid functionality, delivering an estimated Combined rating of 37 MPG.

For those in need of premium power a turbocharged 2.0L option is also available. This inline-four engine yields an impressive 250 HP and 277 lb.-ft of torque and, thanks to its all-wheel-drive configuration, it will achieve a maximum tow rating of 4,000 pounds. The Maverick proves small but mighty.

Curious about this Ford pick-up and its available engine options? Contact our team to request additional information - and don’t forget to reserve your 2022 Maverick today!
The next generation of pick-up power has begun - with Ford unveiling its 2022 Maverick to Alberta drivers. This platform has been tailored for urban fun, utilizing its lean profile (199.7 inches in length, 68.7 inches in height) to assure deft handling and nimble speeds. It’s a compact beast that will serve as the perfect complement to its larger Ranger and F-150 siblings.

It will also deliver style.


According to CNET, the new Maverick will boast an exclusive First Edition Package. This exterior suite will elevate the compact experience. Anchoring the truck will be 18-inch wheels, with high-gloss textures injecting drama into every adventure; while skull caps will complement the power side-view mirrors. Custom graphics will adorn the hood and door panels, drawing attention to the truck’s athletic profile; and the roof will be painted a sharp black (which will contrast the available seven body colours, including Iconic Silver, Velocity Blue, and Oxford White).

Additionally, the First Edition Package will offer a soft tonneau cover for the rear - ensuring that drivers can safely stow cargo in the 4.5-foot bed. 

With the introduction of the 2022 Maverick Ford is bringing dynamic style to Alberta. To learn more about this compact pick-up and its First Edition Package contact our team today.
<a href="https://novlanbros.com/inventory/list/#/?&orderBy=6&asc=1&t=0&filter=[New%2CFord%2CF-350%20Super%20Duty%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C]"><img src="/images/upload/June-2021/2021-ford-super-duty.png"alt="2021 Ford F-350 Super Duty Platinum in Lithium Grey on a white background"/></a>With the release of the 2021 Super Duty Ford offers more than diesel power. It also delivers style - with a bold new colour available in Alberta. Prepare for a Lithium Grey upgrade.

According to Ford Authority, the new Super Duty line-up boasts a fresh design. Lithium Grey can now be selected for the F-250, F-350, and F-450, serving as a no-cost addition that will thrill (note: it is currently only available on XLT, Platinum, and certain Lariat trims). This shade - which is one of three new options for Alberta drivers - pairs perfectly with the truck’s rugged exterior.

Standard painted steel bumpers impress, while a bar-style grille offers an athletic appeal. Quad-beam halogen headlamps anchor the sides; black tow hooks sit at the front; and optional chrome accents draw attention to the sculpted fenders and sharp lines. Additionally, drivers may choose to pair these trucks with angular running boards to create a sleek effect. Lithium Grey will complement every detail.

Curious about the Super Duty line-up and its many exterior options? Contact our team today to learn more about the F-250, F-350, and F-450 - and don’t forget to schedule a test-drive in one of our available models at your earliest convenience. 
With the unveiling of its 2022 Super Duty line-up - which includes the F-250 and F-350 - Ford is delivering more than power to Alberta (though, none can deny the thrill of standard four-wheel performance and an available 475 HP output). Instead drivers can expect a superior tech experience, with the Big Blue Oval emphasizing SYNC 4 capabilities on the highway.


According to Ford Authority, the new Super Duty fleet will feature the SYNC 4 system. This infotainment console - which serves as an upgrade to the current 3 model - will enhance content control. It affords seamless engagement, courtesy of its voice-activated cloud-based network; and it blends both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto technology to create easy interfacing. Over-the-air updates automatically improve performance, with the suite instantly detecting available upgrades and security options; while its wireless design allows it to stream data on even the most distant backroads.

All of this pairs with an intuitive central console - which quickly learns a driver’s content behaviours and then offers information to improve the experience. The SYNC 4 recognizes operator needs and seamlessly responds to them with automated precision (generating maps, suggesting potential apps, and more).

Want to learn more about the new Super Duty line-up and its SYNC 4 system? Contact our team today for additional information.
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. 
Upgrade the mid-size experience. The 2021 Ford Ranger now offers class-shattering performance to Alberta - with its available Tremor Package enabling drivers to achieve the all-terrain power they crave.


According to Fox News, the new Ranger boasts an optional Tremor Package. This suite - which is available on the XLT and Lariat - features a bevy of external upgrades. Skid plates line the body, helping to deflect debris; while 32-inch tires afford superior traction control on rough terrain. The suspension offers a 2-inch conversion, allowing the truck to more efficiently wade through water; and hoop side steps enable passengers to quickly scale the 126.80 wheelbase.

Additionally, the front and rear wheel articulation has been enhanced - now offering an output of up to 8.1 inches. This affords seamless handling on rough terrains, especially when paired with the standard 10-speed automatic transmission and responsive 2.3L turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Achieve optimal performance on every backroad. 

Want to experience the best in mid-size power? Contact our team today to learn more about the 2021 Ranger and its exclusive Tremor Package - and don’t forget to schedule a test-drive in one of our available Ford trucks 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.
Achieve precise performance in Alberta, courtesy of the 2022 Super Duty. This Ford fleet - which includes the F-250 and F-350 - has been fitted with Adaptive Cruise Control, ensuring that drivers can more effectively navigate stop-and-go traffic. Struggle no more with changing speeds.


At the front of the Super Duty sits a radar suite. This system continually assesses road conditions, noting both vehicle locations and acceleration. When a sudden change is detected - such as when forward-positioned cars slow down - the feature will automatically respond, applying controlled pressure to the brakes to match the pattern. Lane centring technology monitors trajectory, instantly noting when the truck begins to drift (and sending an alert to the driver); while available Speed Sign Recognition functionality recognizes passing postings and will adjust to accommodate the new limits. 

The cornerstone of the Adaptive Cruise Control system, however, is its ease - with Super Duty drivers able to set both speed and distance ranges. Simply select the preferred metrics and the truck will automatically adapt, maintaining a precise position on the highway (with the above functions only interfering as needed). Through this, efficiency is assured. 

Want to learn more about the new Super Duty line-up and its Adaptive Cruise Control system? Contact our team today!
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.
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