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Ford Truck News For Alberta Canada
The possibilities are exciting. With the impending release of the 2018 F-150, Ford is promising diesel power - fusing its beloved pick-up with a more economical engine and improved MPG capabilities. It’s redefining the half-ton market.

As Torque News explains, however, no official specs for this diesel upgrade have been given, leaving many critics to speculate on the potential powertrain options. Ford has announced that this engine will share similarities to ones currently available in North America, and this has revved up comparisons across every social feed.

Among the most popular of these comparisons are:


The Ram 1500 - should Ford seek to compete directly with the Ram 1500, its new F-150 will have to generate (at least) 240 HP and 420 lb.-ft of torque. This will require advanced PowerStroke technology, along with EcoBoost efficiency. A V6 is expected.

The Range Rover - Ford has already built a 3.0L turbo-diesel engine for the Ranger Rover, and many suspect it will apply this to its F-150 (creating 254 HP and 443 lb.-ft of torque).

Should either of these predictions prove correct, the 2018 F-150 will yield best-in-class performance - ensuring increased economy and strong horsepower. It will transform the North American market through smart diesel driving.


Are you excited? Share your thoughts with us today!
Shadows surround you. The day has ended; the night has come; and the road is long and winding, with only your headlights to penetrate the blackness. You can’t see.... anything, and this will be a frightening drive home.

Ford understands that fear - with its recent poll noting that between 81% to 87% of consumers feel anxious in the dark. Both men and women experience high levels of stress when traveling in the evening, and they often find themselves hesitating to Go Further when the journey will demand more than an afternoon. 

This must change - which is why we’re pleased to announce that Ford will soon offer night-vision capabilities for its 2018 F-150.



According to Torque News, the popular pick-up will receive a new radar system, blending frontal and rear sensors for precise detection. Real-time camera feeds will monitor all surrounding angles, immediately alerting drivers to the approach of pedestrians, vehicles, and more. A series of chimes, along with flashing dashboard icons, will serve as warnings to stop; and, should this fail, an automatic braking function will be deployed to avoid collisions.

Through this, the 2018 F-150 will provide greater nighttime protection. Drivers will be able to both identify and assess obstacles; and creating more efficient routes will prove far easier. The dark will no longer be a concern.

What do you think about this new safety feature? Tell us your thoughts!
2018 ford f150 for sale saskatchewan canadaWith the announcement of the 2018 F-150 came a series of exclamations - all bemused, amused, and more than a little surprised. The beloved F-Series platform would boast a PowerStroke engine, delivering diesel efficiency and enhanced MPG ratios. Pick-up fans were (understandably) delighted.

For those craving a more traditional powertrain, however, this shift to diesel proved unwelcome. They wanted the familiar rumble of a V8 and they worried that the new F-150 would no longer yield the necessary growl.

Fear not, F-Series devotees! Ford is still offering a variety of non-alternative options to consider - with Total Landscape Care recently revealing three available engines:


The V6: A 3.3L V6 engine will anchor the F-150, serving as the entry-level option and generating an estimated 282 HP and 253 lb.-ft of torque. This will accommodate all light-duty tasks with ease.

The V8: those in need of all-terrain performance will find value in the 5.0L Coyote V8. While no official specs have been released, this powertrain should prove comparable to the 2017 model and offer (at least) 385 HP.

The EcoBoost: to ensure everyday economy, Ford is also providing a 2.7L EcoBoost engine. This will bolster MPG ratings through advanced direct-injection technology.

While the 2018 F-150 may now feature PowerStroke capabilities, no driver will suffer a compromise of traditional F-Series performance. Find the perfect engine for every need!

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

The road proves long - a stretch of dust and unfamiliar turns. You follow it cautiously, uncertain of what the miles will bring. The daylight is fading; the horizon is turning bleak; and you’ve hours left before you’ll sleep. Hesitation now defines you.

With the release of its 2018 F-150, Ford seeks to eliminate that hesitation. The beloved F-Series variant will now offer a suite of advanced safety features, allowing drivers to quickly adapt to even the rockiest terrains.



According to Gotta Be Mobile, the 2018 F-150 will be an ideal companion for those late-night adventures. Pre-collision assistance technology (along with pedestrian detection capabilities) will allow for continuous scanning, assessing the road for any potential impediments. Available 360-degree cameras will provide high-definition imagery of the surrounding area, ensuring seamless parking and trailering; while integrated blind spot monitoring will offer real-time alerts.

This - when paired with lane-keeping assistance, trailer radar sensors, and SYNC 3 notifications - will provide drivers with the security they need. The 2018 F-150 will instantly identify concerns and offer precise responses, keeping all passengers safe on the highway or the back-roads. No path will prove a challenge.

The 2018 F-150 will arrive in the fall. To learn more about this and other F-Series vehicles contact the Novlan team today.

Rumors define the automotive market - little wisps of conversation, half-formed speculations. Drivers leap from one conclusion to another, leaving wide trails of shaky truths in their wake; and it often proves impossible to decipher fact from feverish fiction.

Ford recently offered a guarantee for the future, however - confirming the arrival of a diesel F-150.



According to Fox News, Ford plans to release a diesel F-150. This will mark a momentous milestone for the brand, with the F-Series never before featuring a gasoline alternative. Public demand for more efficient pick-up responses, however, has created a need for non-traditional power; and this 3.0L engine will maximize every mile, pairing direct-injection technology with automatic start-stop capabilities.

Through this, the 2018 F-150 will ensure superior economy. Ford assures drivers, though, that this diesel transition won’t demand a sacrifice of performance. A best-in-class tow rating of 12,200 pounds has been announced - ensuring that every heavy-duty demand can be easily accommodated.

No official release date has been offered for the 2018 F-150. Critics anticipate a late fall arrival, however, and production should begin soon.

For more than three decades, the F-Series has dominated North America’s sales charts. With the arrival of the new F-150, we expect this tradition to continue.

To learn more about the 2018 F-150 contact us today.

new ford f150 for sale saskatchewan canadaIt’s a search for information. You scour databases and digital publications - fingers hurriedly skipping across the keyboard, eyes watering from the stark white of the screen. Every corner of the online world is thoroughly inspected, all in hopes of securing precious details about the 2018 F-150 Super Duty.

Those details, sadly, have proven scarce during the last few months - with Ford unwilling to share specs about its latest F-Series innovation. An OPP Trends article, however, finally provides drivers with the facts they crave.

The 2018 F-150 Super Duty was recently spied on Ford’s Michigan proving grounds. There OPP Trends discovered some subtle - but intriguing - points of interest. The truck will feature a new heavy-duty rear axle (to ensure powerhouse towing) and rugged 8-lug wheels. The stance has been widened, and the grille has been tweaked to deliver improved aerodynamics. These changes should allow the F-Series pick-up to generate greater speeds, higher economy, and more efficient payload responses.

Are you excited? The Novlan team certainly is! We know that the 2018 F-150 Super Duty represents a new chapter in pick-up history, with Ford delivering precise performance with every mile. We can’t wait to see this pick-up on the road (and on our lot).

To learn more about the 2018 F-150 contact us today.
2018 ford f150 for sale saskatchewan canadaThe rumors prove persistent - weaving through the automotive world, softly promising exceptional economy. The F-Series, they claim, will soon pair with diesel efficiency; and this will redefine every mile and every payload.

According to Road and Track, these rumors are turning into truths. The noted auto-blog recently reported that the 2018 Ford F-150 will feature a diesel V6 engine. This declaration has North American drivers hurrying to dealerships, wanting to stake their claims on 3.0L TD6 performance (the F-Series will share the same platform as the Range Rover Sport, offering a spirited 245 HP and 440 lb.-ft of torque).

With the promise of a V6 diesel engine, Ford is pushing its 2018 F-150 to the forefront of the pick-up market. Only one other competitor - the Ram 1500 - offers this alternative platform option, creating a need for improved economy. The F-Series will now fulfill that need, fusing its best-in-class trailering with an estimated 28 miles-per-gallon. This will ensure precise power on both the highway and the back-roads.

The 2018 F-150 will provide drivers with the V6 reliability they crave - and we can’t wait to sample that reliability next year. To learn more about this and other F-Series models contact us today.

ford f150 for sale saskatchewan canadaMuch anticipation surrounds the arrival of the 2017 F-150 - with critics and consumers flocking to dealerships, trying always to catch a peek at the latest pick-up powerhouse. It’s destined to be this year’s definitive platform.

Ford, however, is looking toward the future - already testing its 2018 F-150.

Trucks.com just released exclusive spy shots of the 2018 F-150. This rugged pick-up boasts a fresh look, with its wide frame and sculpted panels paying tribute to the Ford Super Duty. A massive grille (along with a tweaked tailgate) create a powerful profile, while two-bar front styling adds a sporty touch. It will offer bold design for North Americans.

The 2018 F-150 isn’t slated for production until late next year. Ford is already testing this platform on the highway, however, to ensure a seamless V6 transition - and many wonder whether it will feature an electric battery option, promoting efficiency with every mile. The Trucks.com photos don’t offer a peek beneath the hood, but the Novlan team certainly has its fingers crossed for hybrid performance.

What do you think about the 2018 F-150? Does its Super Duty inspiration impress? Share your thoughts with us today!

Be sure to send us any questions or comments about the current F-Series line-up as well. We’ll gladly offer specs, schedule test-drives, and provide financing information.
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!