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A blue Ford oval logo, with the brand name written in white in the middle and posed against a white background.Change is coming to the half-ton market - with Ford unveiling its 2023 Super Duty line-up. This fleet (which is scheduled for a fourth quarter release) will boast a redesigned exterior, delivering a bold new look to North Battleford and beyond. Contact Novlan Bros to learn more.

According to Ford Authority, the 2023 Super Duty prototype has been spotted - and its camouflage has been removed to reveal exciting upgrades. A split-bar grille anchors the centre, with C-Clamp headlamps flanking the sides; while integrated turn signals offer a bright punch of amber. All-season tires assure a smooth ride, and a new bed step can be spied. This will afford easier access to the rear and enhance the cargo experience.

Additionally, changes can be found at the rear of the truck - with a new tailgate design boasting vertically-positioned lightning features and a revised top. This lends a sporty effect that draws inspiration from the F-Series.

The 2023 Super Duty should arrive later this year, offering drivers a chance to sample its refreshed exterior. To request additional information about this fleet - including how to reserve an F-250, F-350, or F-450 model - contact the Novlan Bros team today. 
In the distance comes a rumble - that tell-tale rev of a diesel, that familiar burst of exhaust. The 2022 Ford Ranger is rolling off assembly lines, and the global market is rejoicing its arrival.

Will North American drivers share their delight?


According to Motor One, the 2022 Ranger has been revealed - with Ford pairing this platform with two diesel powertrain suites. The first is a robust 3.0L V6, which boasts twin-turbocharged capabilities and an on-demand 4WD to enhance all-terrain responses. This assures a class-leading output of 247 HP and 443 lb.-ft of torque, with the compact pick-up deftly adapting to any demand.

Also available for the new Ranger is a 2.0L diesel block. This single-turbo configuration yields 168 HP and 300 lb.-ft of torque, while its standard 10-speed automatic transmission and optional seven drive-modes afford precise handling on rough terrain.

Will these two engine suites be offered to North American consumers? Critics - thankfully - believe that they will. An anticipated 2023 launch should see the new Ranger arrive in Canada, with the diesel blocks proving a perfect option for the North Battleford backroads.

To learn more about this pick-up - including additional specs or financing information - contact our team today.
With the release of the 2022 Maverick Ford proves that great things truly do come in small packages - with this compact platform earning a bevy of accolades. Among the most recent awards to add to its collection is Best Pickup Truck of 2022.

Notable automotive reviewer,, has just revealed its picks for the year - and the new Maverick has earned the covet top-spot for pick-up trucks. Effortlessly besting its main rivals (the Hyundai Santa Cruz and the Toyota Tundra), this Ford model delivers exceptional performance to drivers.

As the first standard hybrid truck in Saskatchewan, the 2022 Maverick yields superior capability - generating 191 HP and 155 lb.-ft of torque. Its Atkinson-cycle design pairs with a permanent magnet electric traction motor to maximize output, blending a 0 to 60 MPH run of seven seconds with a highway economy rating of 8.1 L/100km. An eight-speed automatic transmission proves nimble, while Intelligent All-Wheel-Drive affords precise handling on rough terrain.

Through this, the new Maverick - which is available Xl, XLT, and Lariat trims - will impress.

Want to learn more? Contact our team today to request additional information on the new Maverick - including financing.
​​High-performance is coming across the pond - with Ford revealing that its 2023 Ranger Raptor will leave Australia’s sunny shores and rev toward North America. Prepare for a twin-turbo experience like no other. 

According to CNET, the Ranger Raptor will finally premiere in North America. Despite this next-gen platform’s overseas chart domination, it has been (woefully) kept away from Saskatchewan consumers. That will soon change, however - with Ford gearing up for a 2023 debut.

Official specs for this truck are, currently, scarce - but the few details CNET recently revealed should entice drivers. Anchoring the 2023 Ranger Raptor will be a twin-turbo 3.0L engine, which will deliver 393 HP and 430 lb.-ft of torque. A 10-speed automatic transmission will assure peerless control, utilizing individual boost profiles to enhance gear responses; while anti-lag technology will optimize sequencing. 

Further bolstering the off-road experience will be an advanced suspension - which will pair 2.5-inch Fox Live Valve shocks with Trail Control technology. This will achieve smooth control on every terrain, reducing impact friction and stabilizing steerage. Dominate the backroads with ease.

Are you ready for the arrival of the 2023 Ranger Raptor? Contact our dealership today to share your thoughts about this class-leading Ford truck.
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