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Ford Vehicle News For Saskatchewan Canada
A blue oval with the Ford brand name written in white lettering against a white background.With a new year comes a new style. Ford is ringing in 2023 with a redesigned F-150 - promising a series of sleek upgrades for Saskatchewan drivers. 

According to Motor One, the 2024 F-150 Lariat has been revealed. This truck (which is slated for a third-quarter release next year) was spied rolling down the streets of Detroit, covered in seemingly endless layers of checkered camouflage. Fast-fingered critics were able to snag photos of the front and rear, however; and they’ve been able to piece together a few exciting upgrades. 

At the front of the 2024 F-150 Lariat is an enlarged grille, flanked by a revised C-shaped headlamp configuration. The bumper is body-coloured to create a seamless profile, while a side-step has been added for convenience. 

At the back of the truck drivers will now find a new vertical lamp design, which hints at a Lightning inspiration. Additionally, heavy layers of camouflage across the tailgate add credence to the rumours of a multi-functional configuration that will enable users to more effectively accommodate cargo.

The 2024 F-150 Lariat promises to fuse the new year with a bold design. To learn more about this Ford pick-up - including how to reserve one - contact Novlan Bros today.

The future of mid-size performance has arrived - but is it coming to North America? Ford has unveiled its 2023 Ranger Platinum in Europe, sending V6 shockwaves through the automotive market; but critics at home have been (not-so-patiently) wondering when they’ll get to sample this turbocharged ride.

The answer is, sadly, not until next year.

According to Motor One, the 2023 Ranger Platinum won’t arrive in North America in time for the holiday rush. Instead a third-quarter debut next year is anticipated - leaving Saskatchewan drivers unable to access its many upgrades. Among those are:

The 2023 Ranger Platinum boasts a 3.2L five-cylinder diesel, which delivers up to 247 HP and 443 lb.-ft of torque. Anchored by an upgraded 10-speed automatic transmission (which has been specially mounted to reduce both vibration and noise), it offers peerless V6 capability.


The 2023 Ranger Platinum has been fitted with an all-wheel-drivetrain, which yields full-time power; while an enhanced electronic control unit maintains seamless terrain performance. 


The 2023 Ranger Platinum rides on 20-inch machined-face wheels. Daytime running lights and LED cluster headlamps anchor the front, while the radiator grille has been revised to deliver a sportier profile. 

The wait for the new Ford Ranger will prove long - but Novlan Bros knows it will be worth it. To learn about how to reserve this model contact us today.
Elevate the digital experience. With the reveal of the 2022 F-150 Lightning Ford promises more than all-electric performance. Instead it offers exclusive mobile technologies - affording Saskatchewan drivers unprecedented control over every mile. 

Anchoring the 2022 F-150 Lightning is the FordPass system. This digital suite - which can be downloaded from both the App Store and Google Play - allows drivers to seamlessly assess and engage with their vehicle. Once an account has been created, users can access a variety of functions, including:
Roadside Assistance - request 24/7 help from certified Ford specialists. 
Service - connect with your local dealership to schedule all maintenance needs.
Vehicle Monitoring - receive real-time notifications of any possible mechanical issues. 
Travel Aid - map nearby parking lots and gas station prices along your route.
Wi-Fi - keep track of 4G LTE data plans and usage. 
…. and more.

The FordPass system allows users to more efficiently connect with their F-150 Lightning. Additionally, it also features an exclusive rewards program - with certain modem actions given bonus points that can be exchanged for servicing. Improve every maintenance visit simply by using the app.

Curious about the 2022 F-150 Lightning and its available FordPass system? Contact Novlan Bros today to request additional information.
A white 2023 Ford Super Duty parked in a wooded area.Shatter pick-up expectations. The 2023 Ford Super Duty - available in F-250, F-350, and F-450 trims - will soon arrive, and it’s bringing a fresh new style to Saskatchewan. The available Sport Appearance Package energizes the market with its custom badges and aluminum accents, elevating every adventure. 

Ford has unveiled its 2023 Super Duty fleet. These trucks - which have already drawn critical acclaim for their best-in-class diesel capabilities, earning a staggering 500 HP and 1,200 lb.-ft of torque when equipped with the available 6.7L PowerStroke V8 - will impress from every angle. Boasting an optional Sport Appearance Package, they shed all boxy pick-up conventions and deliver a striking style. A dark painted grille anchors the front, complemented by a body-coloured bumper; while black fender badges emphasize the sharp profile. Available 20-inch aluminum wheels afford a rugged stance (18-inch wheels come standard), and chrome exhaust tips sit at the rear.

Additionally, the Sport Appearance Package delivers platform running boards to the Super Duty line-up - allowing drivers to easily scale the high frame. 

The 2023 Super Duty delivers a dynamic new style to the Saskatchewan backroads. To learn more about the available Sport Appearance Package - or to request information on how to reserve one of these trucks - contact Novlan Bros today.
A grey 2023 Ford Maverick driving down a gravel road, with trees and brown grass surrounding it.Compromise no more. With the launch of the 2023 Maverick Ford is delivering a fusion of EcoBoost power and segment-shattering safety - providing Saskatchewan drivers with the best of all worlds. 

Anchored by an available 2.0L EcoBoost engine, the new Maverick promises dynamic performance - generating 250 HP (at 5550 RPM) and 277 lb.-ft of torque (at 3000 RPM). It’s an eight-speed beast that will thrill on the highway. 

It will also assure peerless control. 

Offered on the 2023 Maverick is the Ford Co-Pilot360 system. This innovative safety suite tempers the truck’s inline-four capabilities, affording superior handling on any terrain. Automatic high beams bolster the standard LED headlamps, while a rearview camera improves the parking experience through colour-coded gridlines and integrated warning sensors. Pre-Collision Assist pairs emergency braking with pedestrian detection, enabling drivers to more effectively respond to changing conditions; and optional lane-keeping technology enhances performance, maintaining the correct trajectory on even the sharpest turns. 

The Ford Co-Pilot360 system yields a safer experience in Saskatchewan, serving as the perfect complement to every ride. To learn more about its available features - or to request information about reserving a 2023 Maverick - contact Novlan Bros today. 
Elevate each mile in the 2023 Super Duty. Ford’s signature fleet - which includes the XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited - is receiving a bold new look, with its cabin fitted with premium upgrades that will thrill every tech fan. 

According to Car and Driver, the new Super Duty series will deliver a superior infotainment experience. Anchoring this fleet is a 12.0-inch display screen (an 8.0-inch option is available for the XL) that offers SYNC 4 capabilities. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto software have been integrated into the platform, affording wireless smartphone control; and a 5G LTE hot-spot yields seamless streaming. A standard 640-watt B&0 sound system promises eight-speaker clarity, while an available 1080-watt 18-speaker configuration will shake the road. 

To further enhance entertainment options, Ford has paired the 2023 Super Duty with a smartly designed centre console - which can house a tablet and hold it upright. This allows for easy connectivity while travelling (and it perfectly complements the new 12.0-inch digital gauge cluster and wireless charging pad). Fuse each adventure with tech-powered fun. 

To learn more about the new Super Duty fleet - including how to pre-order an F-250, F-350, or F-450 model - contact Novlan Bros today.
Inject V8 performance into every adventure. The 2023 Ford Super Duty is coming to Saskatchewan - and it’s bringing an upgraded engine suite that will leave the competition far behind.

According to Motor Trend, the new Super Duty fleet (which includes the F-250, F-350, and F-450) will shake the pavement with its revised V8 engine. This 6.8L block boasts a pushrod design, as well as natural aspiration. It draws inspiration from its larger sibling, the 7.3L V8; and it is considered the next-generation of cast-iron capability. It features a single 90-degree cam configuration and is equipped with aluminum heads - branding it a rugged option that can keep the truck’s considerable size (up to 266.2 inches in length) moving smoothly. An automatic 10-speed transmission will assist each rev.

This V8 should elevate the Super Duty’s capabilities - with Motor Trend anticipating a strong rise in torque production. No official numbers have yet been released, but critics believe they will greatly exceed the current generation’s 430 HP and 475 lb.-ft.

Want to learn more? Contact Novlan Bros today for additional specs and financing information about the 2023 Super Duty line-up - including the XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited trims. 
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