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Rejoice, hybrid fans! The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is (finally) entering production - and critics estimate that a swift summer arrival is on the horizon.

According to Ford Authority, the new F-150 Lightning is heading toward the assembly line. After a surge of pre-orders that will keep dealers stocked throughout next year, this platform will soon arrive in North America. Critics and consumers alike are celebrating, eager to take advantage of the promised class-leading performance.

Boasting an extended range battery - as well as a standard 4x4 system - the 2022 Lightning proves ready to dominate. Drivers can expect to earn up to 563 HP and 775 lb.-ft of torque; while the anticipated 10,000 pounds of conventional trailering will impress. Open the revised frunk (front trunk) and find four Pro Power Onboard 120-volt outlets, which can easily accommodate tools, camping gear, and more; and integrated USB-C and USB-A outlets will further assure convenience. 400 litres of storage space will also thrill, helping families achieve a total payload output of 2,000 pounds.

The 2022 F-150 Lightning will deliver everyday value to the North American market. To learn more about this model - including financing and reservation options - contact our team today.
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.
Hail to the king. The Big Blue Oval now reigns supreme over its competitors - with both its 2021 F-150 and 2021 Super Duty delivering massive gains during the final quarter of last year. 

According to Ford Authority, the 2021 F-150 dethroned Toyota’s venerable Tundra as the ‘most considered brand among consumers’ (along with securing a Best Full-Size Pickup award from Kelley Blue Book). It was then joined on the list by its Super Duty sibling, which scored third overall with shoppers. 

Novlan Bros isn’t surprised. The 2021 F-150 has proven a powerhouse, generating up to 450 HP and 570 lb.-ft of torque. Its 11,300-pound conventional trailering output accommodates daily driving demands with ease; while its 10-speed automatic transmission yields superior control on rough terrain.

Likewise, the 2021 Super Duty line-up delivers dynamic capability - boasting a staggering 37,000 pounds of towing, a payload capacity of 7,850 pounds, and an available 1,050 lb.-ft of torque. To further impress, this fleet has been paired with a best-in-class GCWR of 45,300 pounds to maximize performance options.

Want to sample premium power? Visit Novlan Bros today to learn more about the 2021 F-150 and 2021 Super Duty - and don’t hesitate to schedule a test-drive in one of our available pick-up models.
​​High-performance is coming across the pond - with Ford revealing that its 2023 Ranger Raptor will leave Australia’s sunny shores and rev toward North America. Prepare for a twin-turbo experience like no other. 

According to CNET, the Ranger Raptor will finally premiere in North America. Despite this next-gen platform’s overseas chart domination, it has been (woefully) kept away from Saskatchewan consumers. That will soon change, however - with Ford gearing up for a 2023 debut.

Official specs for this truck are, currently, scarce - but the few details CNET recently revealed should entice drivers. Anchoring the 2023 Ranger Raptor will be a twin-turbo 3.0L engine, which will deliver 393 HP and 430 lb.-ft of torque. A 10-speed automatic transmission will assure peerless control, utilizing individual boost profiles to enhance gear responses; while anti-lag technology will optimize sequencing. 

Further bolstering the off-road experience will be an advanced suspension - which will pair 2.5-inch Fox Live Valve shocks with Trail Control technology. This will achieve smooth control on every terrain, reducing impact friction and stabilizing steerage. Dominate the backroads with ease.

Are you ready for the arrival of the 2023 Ranger Raptor? Contact our dealership today to share your thoughts about this class-leading Ford truck.
Leave no family member behind while adventuring in Saskatchewan - even those of the four-legged variety. The 2022 F-150 Lightning promises exceptional comfort for every passenger, boasting an exclusive Pet Mode function. Contact Novlan Bros today to learn more.

According to Motor Biscuit, the new F-150 Lightning promises more than class-shattering power (though, none will deny the thrill of a 563 HP blitz, as shown in the video above). It’s also been tailored for families, with its Pet Mode system enabling seamless comfort. Access the platform via the Ford Pass application and discover a suite of integrated features - each meant to improve the travel experience.

Set specific climate bubbles within the cabin, activating the HVAC with the push of a button (or choose instead to engage the sunroof to assure cross-ventilation). Disable all locking mechanisms to avoid an accidental press of a paw, which may cause the doors or windows to open; adjust the seat positions to afford a more accommodating rear configuration; and turn on the radio, changing both channels and volume through a smartphone selection to keep pets engaged when left alone.

Motor Biscuit also notes that the patent for the Pet Mode system boasts a hydration feature - which is assumed to be an automatic water delivery function that can be activated via the Ford Pass app. 

The 2022 F-150 Lightning will redefine family adventures in Saskatchewan. To learn more about this pick-up and its upcoming Pet Mode function contact us today.
The Ford logo, with white lettering and a blue oval background.The next generation of performance has begun - with Ford unveiling its 2023 Super Duty XL. This heavy-duty platform (which is currently scheduled for a summer release) will boast a redesigned interior, affording Saskatchewan drivers access to high-tech capabilities.

According to Ford Authority, the 2023 Super Duty XL was recently spotted on the brand’s proving grounds. While its Chassis Cab configuration was (unfortunately) camouflaged, photographers were able to peek inside the interior with a few quick snaps of the shutter. Among the details they discovered were:

Steering wheel - this feature draws inspiration from the current F-150 and features a new button configuration on the sides.

Gauge Cluster - this function has been revised, with analog switches now included and a digital screen in the centre.

Infotainment System - this screen boasts a design similar to the 8-inch SYNC 3 unit found on the F-150. Subtle differences (including a revised centre stack and a potential landscape-oriented tile display) brand it as an exciting option, however.

The 2023 Super Duty XL promises to deliver a superior cabin experience. To learn more about this Ford model - or to request additional financing information - contact our team today. Don’t hesitate to also schedule a test-drive in one of our available pick-up trucks as well.
A white 2022 Ford Ranger equipped with the STX Package and parked on a mountain-side. A rider on a dirt bike is pulling up beside it.Inject some colour into every adventure. The 2022 Ford Ranger will soon reveal its exclusive Splash Packages to Alberta drivers - with Snow, Forest, and Sand Editions offered. These suites (which draw inspiration from their 1990s predecessors) are certain to impress on the highway and trails alike.

According to CNET, the new Ranger will offer three bold new Splash Packages. Each will deliver a sleek look from every angle, blending custom colours with chic detailing.

Snow Edition

Available for the 2022 Lariat trim, the Snow Edition will boast a striking taupe design (the official colour name is Avalanche). Gray accents will anchor the doors and grille, while the mirrors will be capped in black. 

Forest Edition

Offered on the 2022 Ranger XLT, the Forest Edition will prove aptly named - featuring a rich green exterior. Bold red trim will flank the grille to create a modern contrast, while complementary black accents will punctuate the doors and windows.

Sand Edition

Also available for the new XLT trim is the Sand Edition. This package features an exclusive Desert Sand paint, along with metallic accents and red trim across the grille. A silver valance adds a sophisticated touch.

The 2022 Ranger will delight with its range of Splash Packages. To learn more about these exterior upgrades contact us today.
The Ford brand oval logo, with white lettering against a blue background.Prepare for a new kind of payload experience. Ford has revealed plans to fuse its class-leading F-150 with a multi-functional tailgate - affording custom storage solutions for Saskatchewan drivers. This feature (which is rumoured for a 2023 release) will assure seamless access to cargo. 

According to CarBuzz, renderings for a new multi-functional tailgate have been revealed - with Ford securing multiple patents for a three-section horizontal configuration. This system (which will serve as an upgrade to the current single slab design) will propel the F-150 past its Ram and Chevrolet competitors, affording both a centralized swing-door and independent right and left sides. This will allow drivers to quickly access the rear bay, and it will better accommodate cargo. Stow items with ease, courtesy of the dash-mounted buttons that will power-release the panels as needed.

Additionally, an access step has been centrally mounted beneath the tailgate, with a load sill that deploys outward. This position proves crucial, ensuring that drivers can use the feature even when the doors are fully raised.

The reveal of Ford’s multi-functional tailgate promises to enhance the storage experience in Saskatchewan. Critics anticipate that this option will be included on the 2023 F-150 - but they concede that a late upgrade for the current 2022 model is also possible.

Contact our team today to learn more!
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.  

Curious about the 2022 Maverick and its suspension system? Contact our team for further information - and don’t forget to reserve your truck today.
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