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It’s a common frustration - with full-ton drivers watching the fuel gauge, their eyes narrowed and their mouths tight. Economy proves impossible to achieve on the highway; and dollars are lost at the pump.

Ford will now change this.

As explains, the 2019 F-250 has been engineered for efficiency - with its real-world results finally measured. The team took this platform on a 200-mile journey across Michigan, pitting its V8 engine against rolling hills and city streets alike; and the result was a 15.8 MPG average.

Are you as thrilled as we are?

How does Ford achieve such high numbers? The 2019 F-250’s advanced engine suite must be credited. This V8 block blends an exclusive Flex Fuel design (which customizes resource levels, based upon the demands of the power-band, and improves overall distribution) with a six-speed automatic transmission (which greatly lessens the effects of downshifting). The result is a seamless sequence, with the truck tailored for long-haul responses.

No longer suffer at the pump, Alberta.

To learn more about the 2019 F-250 - or to schedule a test-drive in one of our currently available models - contact our team today.
A new generation of pick-up power has begun - with Ford unveiling its 2019 F-250 XLT. This Super Duty beast proves ready to shatter expectations (and leave the competition far behind). Prepare for the ultimate diesel experience.

Anchored by a 6.7L PowerStroke diesel engine, the 2019 F-250 XLT will dominate every payload. Its 32-valve OHV block generates a staggering 450 HP (at 2,800 RPMs) and 935 lb.-ft of torque (at 1,800 RPMs). A single turbocharger pairs with an advanced air cooler to maximize induction, while rugged graphite iron materials define the block and promote durability. A push-rod operation optimizes sequencing; and the 16.2:1 compression ratio provides increased performance.

This pick-up has been engineered for work, play, and any demand in between. Utilize its diesel engine to achieve up to 21,000 pounds of traditional towing, as well as a gooseneck capability of 35,000 pounds. There will be no payload too heavy for its aluminum-fused frame.

The 2019 F-250 will deliver the strength Alberta consumers crave. To learn more about this Ford pick-up - or to schedule a test-drive in one of our currently available models - contact us today. We will promptly respond to any inquiries.
Standard no longer proves the death knell of fashion. Instead Ford is pairing its base-level 2019 Ranger XL with a bold look - elevating it from pick-up powerhouse to showroom stunner. Prepare, Alberta, for the ultimate blend of high performance and equally high design.

As New Atlas explains, the 2019 Ranger XL proves far more than an everyday ride. It’s also tailored to impress. Its lean profile - which measures 210.8-inches in length, 85.8-inches in width, and 70.9-inches in height - yields a sporty stance, resting on 17-inch silver-painted aluminum wheels. All-season tires provide a rugged effect, while lip moldings emphasize the SuperCab shape. A steel bumper anchors the front; black-capped side-view mirrors complement the tinted glass; and halogen headlamps flank the sharp fenders.

To further delight fashion fans, the new Ranger XL features an optional 4x4 bash plate - which delivers both all-terrain protection and a striking exposed steel design. This will perfectly contrast to the truck’s eight available colors (which include Lightning Blue, Oxford White, and Hot Pepper Red).

The 2019 Ranger XL brings maximum style to Alberta. To learn more about this Ford pick-up - including further specs or financing information - contact our team today!
In 2015 Ford brought aluminum to the pick-up market - and critics sneered. Replacing traditional steel, they claimed, would prove disastrous; and trying to repair the many dents of the road would leave drivers both overwhelmed and underfunded. This was surely a mistake.

It wasn’t.

According to Motor One, Ford’s use of aluminum panels has yielded unprecedented success - with overall repair costs greatly lowered and insurance premiums remaining steady. Despite the claims of critics (and the competition), the F-150’s new design is consumer-friendly:

When comparing the costs of replacing steel and aluminum panels, Motor One discovered an estimated $2,000 difference - with the new structure proving easier to fix.

When comparing the costs of insurance, aluminum panels have created a seven percent decrease in collision severity claims - therefore slightly reducing overall premiums.

The use of aluminum has transformed the F-150 into a premier pick-up - and this is now continued in the 2019 model. Ford has fused this platform with military-grade materials, defining the body with rugged composites and durable metals. Through this, class-leading performance can be achieved (up to 8,000 of traditional towing) without requiring heavy steel.

Compromise no more, Alberta.

To request further information about the F-150’s aluminum panels contact our team today.

2021 ford f150 truck for sale alberta canadaAre you ready for the ultimate half-ton experience, Alberta? Ford is revving up the assembly lines in preparation of the 2021 F-150 - and it promises to redefine the pick-up market.

According to TFL Truck, the new F-150 has been spotted. Keen-eyed critics were able to snag pictures of the prototype as it rolled by - and every image reveals an exciting detail. A short-bed Crew Cab configuration is expected, anchored by 22-inch wheels and all-season tires. A solid rear axle will assure stability, allowing the platform to accommodate heavy loads with ease; and the inclusion of aluminum panels will deliver strength, utilizing military-grade materials to bolster the side panels. A single exhaust outlet was also spied (a dual design, conversely, is expected for the upcoming hybrid model).

Curious about the 2021 F-150’s engine? Sadly, even the fastet photographers weren’t able to snap a picture of what’s beneath the hood - but TFL Truck believes that the current suite should carry-over. A slight increase in horsepower is anticipated (these numbers should be revealed soon), but the same 5.0L V8 will be available.

The 2021 F-150 promises class-leading capability. To learn more about this pick-up - or to schedule a test-drive in one of our available F-Series models - contact our team today.
2020 ford ranger raptor for sale alberta canadaIs this the next step in pick-up performance? We certainly hope so - with Ford unveiling its 2020 Ranger Raptor to the European market.

According to Car Buzz, the latest fusion of Ford power has arrived. The 2020 Ranger Raptor - which combines a lean profile with a supersized engine suite - is shattering records and expectations alike, crashing down every European trail. Anchored by a twin-turbo 2.0L diesel, this platform generates 210 HP and 369 lb.-ft of torque; and a 10-speed automatic transmission delivers crisp control, seamlessly gliding between gears and custom sport-modes.

A question looms over the North American market, though: will Ford bring this model across the pond.

The answer is… it’s possible.

Ford has yet to confirm that it will offer the 2020 Ranger Raptor to Alberta drivers - but critics have their fingers crossed. This F-150 variant promises exciting performance, pairing a sport-inspired suspension with FOX diameter dampers. It’s tailored for the backroads, and its 33-inch BF Goodrich tires will slice through the roughest terrains.

We’re praying for a pick-up miracle.

To learn more about the 2020 Ranger Raptor - or one of our available F-Series platforms - contact our team today!

2019 ford f150 for sale alberta canadaAll-terrain adventures often prove too great for the half-ton market - with trucks engineered for heavy hauls, rather than rough roads. With the unveiling of the RTR (Ready To Rock) Package, however, Ford proves that drivers can indeed transition from work to play.

Get ready, Alberta, for the newly upgraded 2019 F-150.

According to Motor Trend, the 2019 F-150 has been fused with an exclusive RTR Package. This offers a series of off-road options, allowing drivers to conquer even the toughest trails. A custom grille anchors the front, with LED lighting flanking the sides and delivering superior visibility. Fender flares pair with a skid plate, providing superior protection from debris; while Nitto Ridge Grappler tires boast deep treads, cutting through dust and dirt with ease.

Further impressing drivers is the inclusion of FOX Racing dampers. These boast a coil-over design, offering precise articulation and superior suspension support. They enable the 2019 F-150 to move fluidly across rough terrains, automatically adjusting chassis pitch to assure a smooth ride.

With the introduction of the RTR Package, the new F-150 promises dynamic performance on any trail. To learn more about this suite - or to request a test-drive in one of our current F-Series models - contact us today.
new 2020 ford f250 for sale alberta canadaExpect more from the full-ton market than mere strength. Instead demand safety with every mile - trusting the intuitive technologies of the 2020 F-250 to defend against collisions.

According to Edmunds, the new F-250 (which is scheduled for a late fall debut) will connect Alberta drivers to premium protection. Anchoring its chassis is a series of automated systems, which can observe, detect, and respond to changing environments. These include:

Lane Departure Warnings - sensors monitor marker positions and vehicle pitch, noting immediately when the F-250 veers from the path. Audio warnings are released, directing drivers to correct their trajectories and restore alignment.

Forward Collision Warnings - radar scanners map the surroundings, identifying both vehicles and pedestrians as they pass. If obstacles are detected at the front of the truck (and the driver makes no attempt to lessen speed), this system will then automatically engage the brakes and avoid a crash.

High-Beams - these halogen lamps activate when visibility is low, enabling drivers to experience steady light and wide-angle support. This improves performance on backroads and sharp turns alike.

The 2020 F-250 proves ready to protect passengers - offering a dynamic collection of safety features. To learn more about its available technologies (or to request information about financing opportunities) contact our team today.
new ford f150 for sale alberta canadaPrepare, Alberta, for a new kind of hybrid experience. Images of the electric F-150 have been released - and they promise exciting changes for 2021.

According to Fox News, the F-150 Hybrid (which is scheduled to enter production sometime next year) will bring unprecedented performance to the market - with Ford pairing this pick-up with an independent rear suspension. No full-size truck currently in North America offers this feature, and critics anticipate that it will redefine the hauling experience. Ride quality will be improved, with pitch ratios automatically aligning to pavement changes; while a lowered spring rate will afford tighter cornering, allowing the platform to remain balanced. Traction will also be increased, courtesy of the seamless wheel connection.

Through this, the F-150 Hybrid will be able to better respond to rough terrains - enabling drivers to push past every obstacle with ease. Combine this with the inclusion of an economical powertrain (a zero-emissions lithium-ion battery will be offered, delivering an expected 10% to 15% increase in overall MPG output) and pick-up domination is assured.

To learn more about the upcoming electric F-150 - as well as our other available F-Series models - contact our team today.
new ford f150 raptor for sale alberta canadaCraving a supercharged experience on the backroads? Ford may soon oblige you - with rumors swirling about a new F-150 Raptor. This pick-up, critics suggest, will redefine every mile.

According to Road and Track, the Raptor may receive a V8 upgrade. Ford intends to launch a new generation of its class-leading F-150 by 2022 and, to ensure a proper send-off, it's considering pairing the final model with a fresh powertrain. A 5.2L engine is anticipated - the same that growls beneath the hood of the Mustang. This supercharged option will replace the standard twin-turbocharged suite, yielding up to 700 HP (compare this to the current output of 450 HP); and the inclusion of a 10-speed automatic transmission will further thrill, allowing drivers to seamlessly shift between Sport and Baja modes.

Road and Track is quick to note that Ford has not yet confirmed this engine option - but it does believe that the chances prove high. A 2020 release date is anticipated… which leaves mere months before Raptor fans experience true trail power.

What do you think about this anticipated F-150 upgrade? Share your opinions with our team today - and don’t hesitate to request further information about the Raptor.
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