Ford Truck News For Alberta Canada
ford f150 for sale saskatchewan canadaIn the not-so-quiet corners of the automotive world drivers now gather - eagerly awaiting the arrival of the 2017 F-150, clamoring for the latest powertrain innovations from Ford. The Novlan team knows that pick-up devotees won’t be disappointed.... because a new transmission is on the way.

According to Gas2, the 2017 F-150 will feature a 10-speed automatic transmission. This upgrade - which was completed in partnership with General Motors - will allow the truck to achieve enhanced results, utilizing a more responsive gear range to promote seamless accelerations. Drivers will no longer have to fear the dreaded flat-spots. Instead every mile will provide smooth, steady transitions (even when towing more than 12,000 pounds of cargo). 

To further promote efficiency, this transmission will feature composite alloys and aluminums - materials that will reduce overall powertrain weights and help to bolster results from the EcoBoost engine (pictured to the right). No official milage rates have been released, but critics are anticipating best-in-class results.

The 10-speed automatic transmission will be the first of its class for the pick-up market. Novlan knows it will surely propel the 2017 F-150 toward sales domination - and we can’t wait to see this truck in action on our lot.

To learn more about the 2017 F-150 (as well as other F-Series models) contact us today.

ford f150 for sale saskatchewan canadaIn 2009 Ford introduced drivers to its EcoBoost engine, delivering a less-is-more philosophy to a market saturated by bigger-is-better vehicles. It emphasized the need for economy and efficiency - and it fused its automotive line with precise power, showcasing that a tiny platform could still generate impressive results.

Those results will soon become far more impressive - because Ford is bringing the EcoBoost to its 2017 F-150 and with it comes greater torque.

According to GizMag, Ford is providing its F-150 with an EcoBoost upgrade. The twin-turbo 3.5L engine will now offer an additional 30 lb.-ft of torque to ensure best-in-class performance (450 lb.-ft). This will allow drivers to work hard and play harder, with the 2017 variant adapting to every terrain with ease.

This, the Novlan team knows, will surely silence recent criticisms of the F-150 (the use of aluminum panels and the introduction of the EcoBoost were originally met with uncertainty). By enhancing the pick-up’s capabilities, Ford will surely maintain its consumer base - and perhaps even expand it.

We look forward to seeing the 2017 F-150 in action!

To learn more about this and other F-Series options contact us today.

ford f150 saskatchewan canadaWhat’s that sound? Could it be the roar of a 600 HP Coyote engine? Is it the slap of Mickey Thompson Baja tires against the pavement?


According to AutoBlog, Ford and ROUSH Racing have recently partnered - transforming the 2016 F-150 into a true aluminum beast. The pick-up now boasts a 5.0L V6 engine and R23000 Eaton TVS supercharger, allowing it to achieve 600 HP and 557 lb.-ft of torque. These numbers prove staggering, nearly doubling the model’s current performance capabilities.

To further enhance the platform, ROUSH also fused the F-150 with a sport-tuned Fox suspension system. This will allow it to push through every environment, ensuring all-terrain adaptability. It's now perfect for work or play.

With the release of the 2016 F-150 Ford connected drivers to best-in-class towing (10,400 pounds) and surprising efficiency (26 miles-per-gallon on the highway). Through its alliance with ROUSH, however, the brand is now delivering unprecedented performance - and we can’t wait to slip behind the wheel!

To learn more about the 2016 F-150 contact us today.

ford f150 dealer saskatchewan canadaWith the release of the 2016 F-150, Ford propelled itself to the forefront of innovation - connecting drivers to aluminum construction, the class-exclusive BoxLink, and CNG engine capabilities. This pick-up promised power and efficiency, and it quickly raced to the top of the charts.

It may soon face a new contender for the truck throne, however - the 2018 F-150.

According to AutoBlog, Ford is testing its 2018 F-150. This pick-up (which is rumored to feature an economical 3.0L V6 engine, capable of generating 254 HP and 443 lb.-ft of torque) was recently spotted in the United States, wearing considerably less camouflage than previous prototypes. This afforded views of its new grille, enhanced fenders, and recessed headlamps; and critics are already complimenting the redefined fascia. 

What do you think of the 2018 F-150? The Novlan team appreciates the striking lines, knowing they contain what promises to be one of Ford’s most efficient pick-ups ever.

The 2018 F-150 currently has no official production date. We anticipate an early spring arrival, however, next year and look forward to seeing it on the Saskatchewan roads.

To learn more about this and other F-Series models contact us today!

ford f150 dealer saskatchewan canadaFor more than thirty years the Ford F-150 has dominated North America, delivering best-in-class performance and power. It’s become a commercial staple, adapting to even the most rigorous work conditions. No payload proves too strong.

And now no country proves too distant.

According to AutoBlog, Ford will soon send its signature pick-up across the globe - to China. Recent economic surges have bolstered the foreign market, with performance vehicles (such as the Mustang and Fiesta ST) earning strong sales. Consumers are craving quick speeds and responsive platforms, and the F-150 should serve as an ideal complement to the recent automotive shift.

It should also make a powerful statement. In an interview with AutoBlog, Henry Ford III remarked: “It’s big and brash and uniquely American.” This will leave it few competitors in China, where compact models have (until now) dominated. The F-150 will redefine the roads and the sales charts alike.

Should the F-Series launch in China become a success, Ford intends to push its F-150 even further - with Nasdaq reporting more than 90 potential new locations. This will introduce the world to V6 performance and staggering payloads.

We can’t wait!

To learn more about the F-150 contact us today.

ford f150 dealer saskatchewan canadaWith the release of the 2016 F-150 Ford has gained much acclaim - impressing critics and drivers alike with best-in-class power (385 HP and 387 lb.-ft of torque) and exceptional payload capacities (8,500-pounds). It’s a premier pick-up, delivering enhanced performance with every mile.

It also delivers safety. According to KFOR, the 2016 F-150 has just earned recognition from the Institute for Highway Safety - achieving the coveted Top Pick award!

After facing a series of trials (including frontal collisions, side impact collisions, and rollovers), the 2016 F-150 emerged as the year’s best pick-up. It received the Institute’s highest rating - four stars - and was noted for its superior crash responses. These responses proved considerably more favorable than those generated by Ford’s competitors, such as the Toyota Tundra or Chevrolet Silverado. These models were only noted as “acceptable”.

The 2016 F-150 offers exceptional safety, connecting drivers to: AdvanceTrac stability, SafetyCanopy airbags, Curve Control technology, Cross-Traffic alerts, and BLIS monitoring. This ensures superior responses on the road and helps to mitigate collisions, crashes, and more.

To learn more about the 2016 F-150 contact us today!
ford f150 dealer saskatchewan canadaThe venerable F-Series has consistently delivers power, performance, and prestige. With the launch of the 2017 F-150, however, it will also deliver efficiency. A hybrid drivetrain is on the way!

According to Gas2 (a leading green-themed publication), the hybrid 2017 F-150 was recently spotted on the streets of Michigan. This pick-up - with its fascia obscured, leading to many speculations about a new grille and custom badging - promises improved economy, fusing the F-Series with a PHEV platform.

No official announcement has been made regarding the F-150’s mileage rate. Torque News reports, however, that the test-model shifted to its electric mode while traveling 35 miles-per-hour and the quiet engine response suggested diesel performance. This should improve upon the current generation’s 26 MPG (Highway).

With the release of a hybrid F-150, Ford is transforming the pick-up market. No longer will boisterous, fuel-guzzling trucks define urban areas. Economy should instead reign.

We can’t wait!

To learn more about the 2017 F-150 - as well as other F-Series options, including the F-250 and the F-350 - contact us today.

ford f150 dealer saskatchewan canadaConsumers crave innovation - wanting to discover new ideas and exciting experiences, trying always to find proof of progress. They embrace a bigger, better, best philosophy; and they expect their favorite brands to so the same.

Ford recognizes the need for change, wanting to keep pace with driver demands. This is why it recently revealed a series of upgrades for its signature truck: the F-150 Lariat.

According to Auto Spies, Ford has redefined the 2016 F-150 Lariat with an exclusive Sport Package. This fuses the pick-up with a variety of style updates, including:

Red and Black Panel Piping.
Custom Badges.
20-Inch Dark Aluminum Wheels.
Smoked Headlamps.
Red Fabric Trims.
Red Grille Accents.
Alcantara Seat Inserts.
... and more!

Through these striking design options, Ford enhances the Lariat’s appeal - giving it a sporty look for 2016 and further showcasing its military-grade aluminum construction. Drivers can still trust in the truck’s performance, however. This F-150 variant boasts 325 HP and up to 7,850-pounds of towing, allowing it to seamlessly adapt to every road.

Some things shouldn't change, after all.

What do you think about the Lariat’s new Sport Package? Share your thoughts with us today!
ford f150 dealer saskatchewan canadaIn 1975 Ford offered drivers a new experience - one of power, performance, and accelerated strength. The F-150 had arrived and with it came the promise of work-force domination, with the F-Series able to accommodate every towing and payload demand. This was the ultimate half-ton option.

Times haven’t changed that much.

With the release of the 2016 F-150, Ford proves its dedication to consumer needs - offering a series of high-performance innovations (such as EcoBoost technology, military-grade aluminum, an electronic locking rear differential, and the class-exclusive BoxLink). These elements combine for best-in-class towing and a more effective ride.

Every 2016 F-150 advancement, however, owes considerable thanks to the platforms that came before it - such as the 1986 F-150, which (as the Automoblog infograph shows) offered some premium power:

A 5.0L 302 V8 Engine.
A 4-Speed SelectShift Automatic Transmission.
185 HP
270 lb.-ft of Torque
A Twin Traction Suspension System.
A 1,500-pound Payload Capacity.
A 7,500-pound Towing Capacity.

The 1986 F-150 delivered exceptional performance - and it helped to develop the innovations that would later arrive. Ford took its own designs to the next level, bringing drivers the results they need.

To learn more about classic F-150 models contact us today.

ford f series dealer saskatchewan canadaIn 1948 Ford launched the F-Series - a line of half-ton powerhouses that delivered Flathead V8 performance, five-speed transmission, and integrated headlamps (design elements that, at the time, proved rare). These trucks were engineered for North America’s working-class.

They were also engineered for success.

According to CarBuzz, the F-Series is the most profitable automotive line - generating approximately 2,605 sales per day and earning Ford a staggering $13,000 per unit. When tallied for the week, these trucks provide the company with $237,055,000.

The numbers are staggering... and they showcase the F-Series’ popularity, with only the Toyota Corolla selling more individual models (though, CarBuzz is quick to note that these sales don’t generate half the value of the F-150, F-250, and more). North Americans purchase one of these trucks every 41.8 seconds. That ensures the greatest profit margin in automotive history.

We’re not surprised. The F-Series has proven itself through best-in-class towing, best-in-class payloads, and countless tech innovations. It’s the ultimate pick-up line.

To learn more about the F-Series contact us today!