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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.
A blue Ford oval with white lettering posed against a white background.Prepare for an elevated pick-up experience. The 2023 Super Duty Platinum has been spied - and Novlan Bros. anticipates this Ford platform will generate high interest from critics and drivers alike.  

According to Ford Authority, the new Super Duty Platinum had made its (unofficial) debut. This V8 model was seen driving through suburban streets, with its front heavily camouflaged. No amount of plastic could disguise the signature fender flares and striking square grille, however; and hints of a redesigned fascia peeked through the layers. Chrome detailing was glimpsed along the frame, while the side-view mirrors were capped in metal. At the rear sat a dual exhaust configuration, lending credibility to the rumour that the 6.6L PowerStroke engine would be offered. 

Most intriguing, however, was the use of black wheels. The Platinum was seen riding on 18-inch matte-coated options - which are currently available only on the exclusive Tremor Package. This has left critics wondering whether the Super Duty will boast a new standard style for 2023.

What do you think of the Platinum? Does it prove a worthy addition to the Super Duty line-up? Share your opinions with our team today - and don’t hesitate to request additional specs and financing information.
Too often does speed prove a luxury within the heavy-duty market - with big-bodied pick-ups unable to deliver quick accelerations and smooth responses. The 2021 F-150, however, proves the exception to the rule; and Novlan Bros. is thrilled to connect drivers to its award-winning capabilities.

According to Ford Authority, the new F-150 is the quickest pick-up in its segment. When equipped with the PowerBoost engine suite - a 3.5L V6 engine that yields up to 430 HP and 570 lb.-ft of torque - this platform can achieve a 0 to 60 MPH run of 6.3 seconds. This allows it to ably best its top competitors, the Nissan Titan (6.7 seconds) and the Toyota Tundra (6.7 seconds); and it assures a first-place finish on the track and the highway alike.

The 2021 F-150 PowerBoost has been meticulously designed - with Ford fusing it with a 10-speed automatic transmission and a dynamic fuel delivery system (port and direct injection). This assures seamless responses, allowing the truck to smoothly accelerate. An aluminum block precisely conducts heat, while roller finger followers bolster valve operations. The result is a class-leading platform that can dominate the competition.

Want to test this Ford pick-up? Visit our dealership today!
Customize the storage experience in Alberta. The 2022 Ford Maverick has arrived - and it’s bringing FlexBed technology with it. Visit Novlan Bros. today to learn more about this exclusive cargo system.

According to CNET, the new Maverick emphasizes convenience - with its FlexBed system affording superior control. Inside the cargo box (which measures 54.4 inches in length and 42.6 inches in width, offering a total volume of 33.3 cu.-ft) are a series of storage solutions, meant to enhance payload capabilities. Slots run the length of the side-walls, allowing drivers to insert dividers and create custom cubbies; while eight tie-downs pair with four DIY holes. Dual 2x6 pockets can accommodate tools, camping equipment, and other items; and two 12-volt power outlets, along with a 110-volt option, provide ample electric support.

Additionally, the 2022 Maverick pairs its FlexBed system with a multi-functional tail-gate - which features a low stance (under 30 inches) and custom design to better accommodate driver needs. Raise it to a mid-position and achieve 400 pounds of assistance when transporting cargo. 

The 2022 Maverick enables Alberta drivers to seamlessly adapt to payload demands. To learn more about its FlexBed system - or to request additional specs - contact our team 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.
<a href=""><img src="images/upload/October-2021/2022-ford-maverick-sync.jpg"alt="Interior of 2022 Ford Maverick, with SYNC 3 system showcased"/></a>Small but mighty - that’s the rallying cry of the 2022 Ford Maverick. This pick-up (which is available at Novlan Bros. dealership) delivers no compromises to the compact market, promising a bevy of entertainment upgrades to Saskatchewan.  

Stay in-the-know on even the most remote trails. Anchoring the new Maverick is the SYNC 3 infotainment suite. This system - which is housed on an eight-inch touchscreen - boasts both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality, enabling users to engage with their favourite content. The FordPass suite assures a steady wi-fi signal on every adventure, while an optional wireless charging device keeps battery levels high. Two USB ports are standard, but an additional two are also available to maximize connectivity; and 4.2-inch and 6.5-inch productivity displays are on offer to bolster the driver experience. 

To further impress, Ford also allows for multi-device usage in the Maverick's bed. Take advantage of two 12-volt pre-wired power sources, as well as available 110-volt cab outlets, to maximize options on the trail. Bring along tools, camping equipment, and more. This truck will accommodate them with ease.

Curious about the 2022 Maverick and its connectivity options? Contact our dealership today for further information - and don’t hesitate to schedule a test-drive in one of our available Ford models. 
Shatter expectations in the 2022 Maverick. This Ford pick-up - which has arrived at Novlan Bros. dealership - fuses compact styling with all-wheel precision, allowing Saskatchewan drivers to deftly dominate every terrain.

With the unveiling of the new Maverick Ford delivers superior performance. Available for this pick-up is an Intelligent All-Wheel-Drive system, which can seamlessly accommodate changing conditions. At the front find an Independent MacPherson strut-type suspension, which pairs coil springs with an aluminum lower control arm to assure smooth handling. Twin-tube hydraulic shocks anchor every rev, reducing friction; while stabilizer bars further enhance responses. 

At the rear sits a multi-link trailing arm configuration - which utilizes gas-pressurized dampers and a steel cast knuckle to bolster performance on sudden curves or inclines. The Maverick’s AWD suspension affords superior handling, allowing the truck to achieve an approach angle of 21.6 degrees, a departure angle of 21.2 degrees, and minimum ground clearance of 8.6 inches (compare this to the standard FWD’s 8.3 inches). Optional A/T tires and 18-inch wheels complete the package.

Assure peerless control in Saskatchewan, with the 2022 Ford Maverick nimbly adapting to any challenge. To learn more about this pick-up - including specs and financing information - contact our team today.
<a href=""><img src="images/upload/October-2021/2022-ford-maverick-fx4-package.jpg"alt="A blue 2022 Ford Maverick equipped with FX4 Off-Road Package driving down a tree-lined road"/></a>Upgrade the hybrid experience in Lloydminster - taking advantage of the 2022 Ford Maverick and its available FX4 Off-Road Package. This suite promises seamless handling on even the roughest terrains, proving ideal for those wishing to conquer both the highway and the trails. Visit Novlan Bros. today to learn more.

Ford will soon unveil the 2022 Maverick - the first standard hybrid pick-up. Though critics have been celebrating its class-leading economy (up to 40 MPG in the city) and compact styling, our team thinks that the available FX4 Off-Road Package will tempt drivers. 17-inch aluminum wheels anchor this suite, while A/T tires prove a perfect complement. Skid plates line the undercarriage, shielding the 2.0L EcoBoost engine; custom-tuned shocks afford smooth handling on rough roads; and Hill Descent Control is included to bolster performance on steep inclines (regulate both speed and traction with ease). 

Additionally, the FX4 Off-Road Package features both a heavy-duty radiator and an integrated engine fan - helping to better control temperature. This will allow the Maverick to maintain its high-performance output (250 HP and 277 lb.-ft of torque) without a fear of sudden overheating.

Curious about the FX4 Off-Road Package? Contact our team today for further information - and don’t forget to reserve the new Ford Maverick.

2021 Ford F-150 Delivers Award-Winning Safety To Paradise Hills

(Posted on Oct 20, 2021 at 02:40PM by Lee Byard)
Class-leading performance now pairs with award-winning protection - with the 2021 Ford F-150 earning Top Pick recognition from the IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety). Navigate every Saskatchewan road with ease, courtesy of this premier pick-up. 

According to Car and Driver, the new F-150 was recently propelled past the competition - achieving the Top Pick status that so few trucks manage. Due to a revised headlamp system (which includes automatic high-beams, rain-activated wipers, and optional complementary LED mirror-mounted spotlights), the Ford platform was deemed a superior option for Saskatchewan; and it revved through each IIHS category with ease, scoring the coveted Good rating for front crash prevention (both vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-pedestrian). 

In addition to its new headlamps, the 2021 F-150 offers ample support on the highway - blending AdvanceTrac stability with Curve Control technology. Four-wheel anti-lock brakes assure smooth stoppage, while available cross-traffic alerts monitor approaching obstacles with precision (automatically detecting sudden changes in speed or trajectory). These features then pair with the standard Safety Canopy suite, which includes side-curtain and seat-mounted airbags to afford comprehensive protection in the wake of a crash.

The 2021 F-150 delivers more than V6 performance to Saskatchewan. Instead it offers award-winning safety. To learn more about its available features contact Novlan Bros. today.
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