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Ford Vehicle News For Saskatchewan Canada
A red 2022 Ford F-150 Limited driving down a wooded road during the daytime, with a large hill in the background.Fear the unknown no longer. Ford has unveiled its 2022 F-150 Limited, delivering class-shattering safety to Saskatchewan. Available for this trim is the Assist 2.0 suite, which fuses next-gen capability with automated ease. 

Anchoring the new F-150 fleet is the Ford Co-Pilot360 system. Offered since 2018, this revolutionary digital suite pairs lane-keeping assistance with automatic emergency braking, delivering comprehensive protection to drivers. It seamlessly navigates all challenges, utilizing Forward Collision radar technology to assess potential dangers. 

The 2022 F-150 Limited elevates this system even further, however - adding the available Assist 2.0. Serving as a perfect complement to the Ford Co-Pilot360’s standard features, this suite boasts Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control - which regulates speed, trajectory, and stoppage by observing surrounding traffic patterns. Performance is tempered as vehicles slow or drift ahead of the truck, and the distance between bumpers is carefully monitored. This allows drivers to confidently manoeuvre through any situation, with pedal responses tailored for safety. Trust the precision of radar cameras with every rev. 

The inclusion of Assist 2.0 promises a peerless highway experience - with the 2022 F-150 Limited able to smoothly adapt to every obstacle. For further information about this Ford technology contact Novlan Bros 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.
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