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Ford Truck News For Alberta Canada
The arrival of the 2022 Ford Maverick draws near - and critics are already singing praises for its efficiency (expect up to 23 MPG in the city and 30 MPG on the highway) and performance (the maximum payload rating spans an impressive 1,564 pounds). This compact pick-up will prove a dynamic option for Saskatchewan.

It may also prove a potent one.

According to CarBuzz, the new Maverick may receive a Pro Power Onboard upgrade. This system - which currently anchors the F-150 - would bolster the truck’s already impressive output, utilizing available 2.0-kilowatt, 2.4-kilowatt, or 7.2-kilowatt generators to fuel every adventure. This suite (which includes 120-volt 20A outlets and an optional 240-volt NEMA L-14 30R system) allows drivers to enhance their performance capabilities, providing up to 85 hours of continuous voltage. Accommodate a wide range of tools and accessories, with the engine transformed into an inverter to create instantaneous energy.

The result would be a more efficient Maverick - one that could power work-sites and camp-grounds with equal ease. 

What do you think of this potential Pro Power Onboard upgrade? Share your opinions with our team today - and don’t hesitate to reserve the 2022 Ford Maverick!