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Ford Truck News For Alberta Canada
Pick-up fans, rejoice: the 2022 Ford Ranger Raptor has been spied… and critics believe that it will soon make its way to the North American sales chart. 

According to Motor One, the 2022 Ranger Raptor was recently seen driving through Colorado. Though heavily camouflaged, this platform still presented the tell-tale signs of a next-gen beast - delivering the signature dual-exhaust outlets and raised suspension. All-season tires were spotted, shredding a path through the dirt; while a revised rear axle was glimpsed, along with a new front grille. The square profile and compact bed further lent credibility to the rumour that this would serve as Canada's introduction to Ford’s leading compact (which, until now, has been reserved for international audiences, as shown in the video below).


Motor One was also quick to note that the Ranger Raptor was hauling a sizable trailer during its Colorado test-run. No exact payload measurements were provided, but most anticipate that it will exceed the current model’s 3,500 pounds. This will ensure superior power on the backroads, allowing Alberta drivers to haul every ATV item with ease. 

Curious about the 2022 Ranger Raptor? Contact our team today to learn more about this Ford platform - including potential production schedules and North American release dates. 
<a href="https://novlanbros.com/inventory/list/#/?&orderBy=2&t=0&filter=[New%2CFord%2CF-150%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C]"><img src="images/upload/September_2018/fordlogo.jpg">alt="Ford logo in white lettering and surrounded by a blue oval"/></a>The electric era will soon begin - with Ford bringing its 2022 F-150 Lightning to the Alberta market. This pick-up (which is set for a live-stream debut on May 19th) is poised to dominate every payload, boasting some of the Big Blue Oval’s most impressive outputs in years.

According to Business Insider, the new F-150 Lightning will thrill on the backroads and highway alike. Anchored by dual electric motors, this platform promises exceptional strength - generating (a minimum of) 450 HP and 570 lb.-ft of torque; while its expected all-wheel-drive is assisted by a low-profile design that will afford superior aerodynamics (the closed grille and slim fenders will slice away air and promote nimble handling). To further enhance performance, a range-extending generator is anticipated, with reputed hydrogen-cell support helping the truck achieve class-leading mileage. More than 300 MPGs per charge is rumoured. 

Business Insider also reports that the 2022 Lightning should deliver a towing capacity comparable to current models - with an estimated 12,000 pounds offered. This will afford superior payload performance and allow the platform to defy electric conventions.

The 2022 F-150 Lightning will prove the ultimate EV option. To learn more about this Ford pick-up - including current production schedules - contact our team today.
<a href="https://novlanbros.com/inventory/list/#/?&orderBy=6&asc=1&t=0&filter=[New%2CFord%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C]"><img src="images/upload/April-2021/2021-ford-ranger.png">alt="Red 2021 Ford Ranger towing a bot up a mountain road"/></a>With the unveiling of its 2021 Ranger Ford proves that bigger isn’t always better. Despite its mid-size configuration, this truck yields exceptional performance - dominating its segment (and payloads) with ease.

According to Kelley Blue Book, the new Ranger leaves its competition far behind - with its 2.3L four-cylinder engine delivering up to 270 HP and 310 lb.-ft of torque (no other standard gasoline block offers such a high-output). To further impress, this 4x4 ride yields a maximum towing capacity of 3,401-kg; and its 748-kg payload rating proves best-in-class.

To achieve these ratios, Ford has fused the Ranger with an elevated engine suite - utilizing direct-injection technology to optimize fuel performance and an integrated turbocharger to take advantage of the 5,550 RPM redline. Further bolstering sequencing is the 10-speed automatic transmission, which boasts custom Tow/Haul technology to adapt both the power-band and gear responses. Through this, operators can experience precise handling (no matter how heavy the payload). 

The competition simply can't keep pace.

The 2021 Ranger is a dynamic option for the Alberta market, connecting riders to segment-leading capability. To learn more about this mid-size model - including additional specs and financing information - contact our team today.
<a href="https://novlanbros.com/inventory/list/#/?&orderBy=6&asc=1&t=0&filter=[New%2CFord%2CF-150%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C]"><img src="/images/upload/April-2021/2021-ford-f150.png">alt="White 2021 Ford F-150 with a stack of lumber in the rear, which a construction worker is cutting with a saw"/></a>Struggle with payloads no more. The 2021 F-150 is simplifying the cargo process - enabling Alberta drivers to immediately assess, and correct, bed-weight with digital precision.

According to AutoBlog, the new F-150 will soon unveil its Onboard Scales feature. Sensors will be mounted into the bed, automatically calculating every pound. They will then feed the information into the SYNC 4 media console (as well as the FordPass app), allowing drivers to keep track of their payloads with greater efficiency. Additionally, LED light-bars will be integrated into the rear tail-lamps. These will engage when extra cargo is added - delivering a four-position scale that will raise or lower in relation to the total amount of weight. If the truck’s capacity is exceeded, these bulbs will blink rapidly so that adjustments can be made.

Through this, drivers can take advantage of the F-150’s available payload performance of 2,238 pounds - without pushing the truck beyond its limits. This assures a safer cargo experience, and it enables superior control. 

The Onboard Scales feature should debut in June. To learn more about it contact our team today - and don’t forget to schedule a test-drive in one of our available F-150 models.
<a href="https://novlanbros.com/inventory/list/#/?&orderBy=6&asc=1&t=0&filter=[New%2CFord%2CF-350%20Super%20Duty%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C]"><img src="images/upload/April-2021/new-ford-super-duty.png"alt="Black and tan interior of the new Ford Super Duty, with its SYNC infotainment system displaying the Waze widget"/></a>No longer are payloads to be paired with mediocre media. Instead Ford is injecting premium infotainment into every haul - with its 2022 Super Duty fleet delivering an upgraded digital suite to Alberta. This line-up (which will include the F-250, F-350, and F-450) allows drivers to achieve sedan-worthy connectivity. 

According to Yahoo, the new Super Duty fleet will enhance the off-road experience. Available for the Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited trims is a 12-inch touchscreen. This display (which serves as an upgrade to the standard 8-inch model) affords superior interfacing, utilizing high-resolution graphics and an intuitive horizontal display. This enables operators to seamlessly engage with infotainment, with all widgets streaming in a more user-friendly format; while the inclusion of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto technology promotes quick syncing through their wireless links. An optional charging pad will further complement the system, keeping devices at full power on the backroads. 

The 2022 Super Duty line-up - which is scheduled for a summer release - will deliver superior streaming through its revised media suite. To learn more about this 12-inch console contact our team today; and don’t hesitate to request additional specs and financing information as well.
<a href="https://novlanbros.com/inventory/list/#/?&orderBy=6&asc=1&t=0&filter=[New%2CFord%2CRanger%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C]"><img src="images/upload/April-2021/2021-ford-ranger-velocity-blue.png"alt="2021 Ford Ranger XLT painted in new Velocity Blue and with black trim"/></a>Fuse function with fashion on the highway - with the 2021 Ranger delivering a new colour palette to Alberta. Ford has paired this mid-size platform with an exclusive Velocity Blue exterior, ensuring that inline-four power demands no sacrifice of style.

According to Ford Authority, the new Ranger boasts four new colours- including Velocity Blue. Offered on the XL, XLT, and Lariat, this shade proves a perfect complement to the truck’s rugged lines (126.8-inch wheelbase); and it serves as a no-cost upgrade for Alberta drivers.

Choose the Velocity Blue option to create a striking effect. Black exterior features - including the standard mesh grille, wheel-lip mouldings, and capped side-view mirrors - assure a stark contrast; while halogen headlamps deliver a sporty silhouette. Rugged dual tow hooks are integrated into the front, and available chrome bumpers add a burst of metallic appeal. These features are then complemented by 255/70R16 BSW all-season tires (which boast wide treads to slice through the roughest terrain).

The 2021 Ranger pairs its 2.3L performance with dynamic style. To learn more about the available Velocity Blue upgrade - or to schedule a test-drive in one of our current mid-size models - contact our team today.
<a href="https://novlanbros.com/inventory/list/#/?&orderBy=6&asc=1&t=0&filter=[New%2CFord%2CF-150%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C]"><img src="images/upload/April-2021/2021-f150-limited-interior.png"alt="Blue and silver interior of the 2021 Ford F-150 Limited, including front and rear seats"/></a>Backroad adventures no longer demand a compromise of luxury. Instead Ford has fused its 2021 F-150 Limited with a meticulously crafted cabin - ensuring that Alberta families can indulge in every all-terrain ride. 

Inside the new F-150 discover multi-contour seating. These ergonomic options - which feature Active Motion technology, affording enhanced lumbar support through dedicated massage movements - promote superior comfort, utilizing 10-way power adjusters and reclining capabilities to ease tension on the backroads. Integrated driver-side memory software maintains precise positions, while the rear row boasts elongated cushions to improve the passenger experience. 

To further delight Ford has fused this pick-up with segment-leading space. Take advantage of the available SuperCrew trim and discover:

 
Head Room (Front, Rear): 40.8 inches, 40.3 inches.
Leg Room (Front, Rear): 43.9 inches, 43.6 inches.
Shoulder Room (Front, Rear): 66.7 inches, 66.0 inches.

Experience pure indulgence in Alberta - with the 2021 Limited blending its refined seating options with precise climate control. Dual-zone technology pairs with heated cushions (standard front, available rear) to optimize every ride.

Achieve sterling comfort on the trails. To learn more about the new F-150 Limited contact our team today - and don’t hesitate to inquire about our available financing opportunities. 
In the battle for payload performance two competitors loom - the 2021 Ford F-150 and the 2021 Ram 1500. Both promise exceptional strength, allowing Alberta drivers to confidently respond to every work-site demand; but only one can prove the ultimate half-ton option.

Auto Evolution says it’s an easy victory for Ford.


After extensive testing, Auto Evolution discovered that the new F-150 delivered superior strength to the 1500 in both towing and payload capabilities:
 
Ford F-150

Maximum Trailering: 6,350-kg (14,000 pounds)
Maximum Payload: 1,508-kg (3,325 pounds) 

Ram 1500

Maximum Trailering: 5,783-kg (12,759 pounds)
Maximum Payload: 1,043-kg (2,300 pounds) 

To achieve such high ratings, Ford pairs its F-150 with a 3.5L V6 engine. This suite - which generates 400 HP and 500 lb.-ft of torque - assures dynamic performance. Roller finger followers enhance sequencing, while port-fuel and direct-injection systems optimize resource delivery. Additionally, a 10-speed automatic transmission (complete with three overdrive gears and wide spacing) affords crisp control. Through this, the truck can effortlessly dominate its 1500 competitor. 

Want to learn more? Contact our team today to request additional specs and financing information.
2022 ford maverick for sale alberta canadaThe compact market will soon be redefined - with Ford unveiling its 2022 Maverick to Alberta. This pick-up (which will serve as the smallest option offered by the Big Blue Oval) will prove ideal for those wanting to fuse everyday errands with potent power.

According to Ford Authority, the 2022 Maverick will fill an ever-widening void on the highways - affording drivers superior performance without the equally superior size. Serving as a stark counter to the Super Duty and F-Series line-up, this truck will instead emphasize convenience. 

 
Design - Expect a four-door configuration for the Maverick (with no SuperCab option offered). This will assure a compact profile and afford easier downtown travels.

Performance - Critics anticipate that a twist-beam rear suspension will anchor the Maverick, helping to both maintain the narrow track width and afford seamless ground clearance control.

Power - A 1.5L engine is expected for the Maverick. This block (which will be shared by the Focus and Fiesta) will ensure optimal everyday capability, producing up to 197 HP and 214 lb.-ft of torque. 

With the unveiling of the 2022 Maverick, Ford is bringing sedan-worthy handling to the pick-up segment. To learn more about this truck (including additional specs and production dates) contact our team today.
2021 ford ranger for sale alberta canadaInject bold design into every adventure - with the 2021 Ranger delivering a new colour scheme to Alberta. Ford is fusing this mid-size ride with the style drivers deserve… and it’s drawing inspiration from an unexpected source. 

According to Motor One, Ford is pairing the new Ranger with a Cactus Grey upgrade. This will prove the perfect backroad option, offering a striking contrast to the skull-capped side-view mirrors and black grille; and it will help to showcase the platform’s athletic lines (211-inches in length, 78-inches in width, and 72-inches in height) through its complementary-coloured wheel-lip mouldings. 

Cactus Grey was - originally - offered only to Bronco fans. Ford has decided to provide the shade to the pick-up market, however, and has made it available for the XL, XLT, and Lariat. This assures a sleek look, with the colour pairing perfectly with an optional steel bash plate and black platform running boards. To further impress, drivers may choose to add a Paint Protection Film to preserve their upgraded fascias (helping to lessen ultraviolet exposure and dust damage on the trails).

Want to learn more about the 2021 Ranger and its available Cactus Grey option? Contact our team today for further information.