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A yellow 2023 Ford Maverick driving down a road that's surrounded by hills and boulders.Upgrade the compact experience. Ford has just unveiled its 2023 Maverick - promising the power Saskatchewan drivers expect and the Tremor-inspired style they deserve. Contact Novlan Bros today to learn more.

According to Car Scoops, the 2023 Maverick (which was recently displayed at the Detroit Auto Show) will deliver all-terrain capability. When equipped with its available Tremor Package, this EcoBoost platform will impress - pairing its 280 HP and 277 lb.-ft of torque with seamless off-road control. Anchoring the new look is a revised suspension system, which yields a one-inch chassis lift. This allows the truck to more effectively navigate rough environments, promising improved approach (30.7 degrees), departure (22.2 degrees), and breakover (19.9 degrees) angles. 

Car Scoops also reports that the Tremor Package will fit the Maverick with exclusive design cues. 17-inch alloy wheels will boast an anodized finish, while dual orange tow hooks will flank the front. A Carbonized Grey roof (with complementing mirror caps) will complete the look, delivering a striking profile on the backroads.

The Tremor Package will elevate the all-terrain experience. To learn more about the Ford suite - or to preorder the 2023 Maverick - contact the Novlan Bros team today.
Electric efficiency now translates to track success - with the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning proving a finish-line competitor to the most unlikely of rivals. 

According to Inside EVs, the new F-150 Lightning has proven itself at the pump (delivering a segment-leading 76 MPGe in the city and 61 MPGe on the highway, courtesy of its dual electric motor configuration). For those craving quicksilver speeds, however, it may also lead the pack - keeping pace with the Lambo Huracan.

Pitted in a race that crossed both segment lines and expectations, the 2022 F-150 Lightning pushed itself to the limit - going lap for lap against the famed Huracan. Lamborghini’s forged-composite supercar is tailored for speed, fusing each rev with Pirelli P Zero performance and an aspirated V10. It’s a dual-clutch masterpiece that yields 630 HP and 442 lb.-ft of torque; and it seems a peculiar choice to test Ford’s EV pick-up.

Critics were pleased to discover, however, that the new F-150 Lightning earned an impressive performance against the Huracan, with its lithium-ion battery generating 426 HP. Its standard 4x4 configuration allowed for near instant torque delivery, taking advantage of the available 775 lb.-ft; and this provided a 0 to 60 blitz of 4 seconds - barely trailing behind Lamborghini’s 2.6. The two maintained a virtually even breakneck pace down the track, proving that Ford’s latest pick-up is ready for more than the highway.

Want to learn more? Contact Novlan Bros today to request additional specs about the 2022 F-150 Lightning. 
Inject segment-shattering performance into every ride - with the 2022 Ford F-150 embracing the Go Further philosophy. Anchored by an available 5.0L Ti-VCT V8, this pick-up dominates terrains and the competition with equal ease.  

Consider how it compares to the new GMC Sierra 1500. 

Peek beneath the hood of the 2022 F-150 (if you dare) and discover an aluminum block. The 5.0L V8 generates an impressive 400 HP and 410 lb.-ft of torque, allowing it to rev past every challenge. Roller finger followers assure increased lift for top-end power, while port fuel and direct injection technologies yield superior resource distribution - especially when paired with start/stop functionality. This engine is also assisted by an electronic 10-speed automatic transmission, which enables superior control. 

The 2022 GMC Sierra 1500, however, yields a less robust experience. It features a 5.3L V8 that generates a mere 355 HP and 383 lb.-ft of torque; and it can’t even compensate for the lack of speed with a superior economy rating (it earns only 21 MPG on the highway compared to the F-150’s 24 MPG. 

The 2022 F-150 proves the ultimate pick-up performer. To learn more about how it fares against the new Sierra 1500 contact Novlan Bros today.
Fuse adventures with excellence - slipping inside the 2022 Ford F-150. This class-leading pick-up promises a seamless ride, boasting a carefully crafted interior that will deliver the space and comfort Saskatchewan drivers deserve; and it leaves its Chevy Silverado 1500 competitor trailing far behind.

Slide into the new F-150 and discover an accommodating cabin. A five-rider configuration boasts ample head (40.8 inches, 40.4 inches), leg (43.9 inches, 43.6 inches), and shoulder (66.7 inches, 66.0 inches) room. Leather-trimmed bucket seats deliver 10-way power adjusters to the driver and co-pilot; while rear passengers can indulge in elongated cushions and an optional heating function. Dual-zone automatic temperature controls assure optimal interior conditions, and a bevy of modern conveniences - including Intelligent Access with Push Button Start, adjustable pedals, and a 12-inch productivity screen - further impress.

The new F-150 yields a refined experience, unlike its Chevy competitor. The 2022 Silverado 1500, despite offering a six-passenger configuration, falls short of Ford’s spacious design - particularly in the rear. The limited head (40.12 inches), leg (43.4 inches), and shoulder (65.16 inches) will leave riders underwhelmed. 

Curious about how the 2022 F-150 compares to its other competitors? Contact Novlan Bros today to learn more.
A yellow 2022 Ford Maverick driving down a road during the day, with grass and mountains shown on the right.In the economy arena two competitors gather - the 2022 Ford Maverick and the 2021 Honda Ridgeline. Only one will deliver the efficiency drivers crave, while the other will have to slink away. 

Who proves victorious at the pumps?

It’s the 2022 Maverick.

Ford has fused the new Maverick with class-leading economy - allowing it to effortlessly best its Honda rival. When equipped with the available 2.0L EcoBoost, this compact truck earns an impressive 22 MPG in the city and 29 MPG on the highway (resulting in a Combined rating of 25 MPG). The inline-four block is bolstered by DOHC and Ti-VCT functionality, while the eight-speed automatic transmission yields smooth control. Four-wheel disc brakes with integrated ABS optimize stoppage, enhancing pedal feel and reducing jerky deceleration; and the AWD utilizes twin-tube hydraulic dampers, coil springs, and a multi-link trailing arm suspension to create a refined ride. Fuel is sipped, not guzzled.  

Comparatively, the new Honda Ridgeline offers a mere 18 MPG in the city and 24 MPG on the highway - with its direct-injection V6 proving less accommodating at the pump.

Want to learn more about how the 2022 Maverick compares to the 2021 Honda Ridgeline? Contact Novlan Bros today for further information.
A blue and white Ford logo with cursive lettering, posed against a white background.Next-gen performance pairs with impeccable style. Ford has unveiled its 2023 F-150 Raptor R - and Saskatchewan drivers can expect a ride like no other. To learn more about this upcoming pick-up (including how to reserve one) contact Novlan Bros today.

According to Ford Authority, the F-150 Raptor R will soon make its North American debut - and it's bringing new design cues with it. This V8 platform is aggressively styled, riding on 17-inch forged aluminum wheels (complete with bead-lock capability). Custom badging will flank the grille, bringing a bright punch of orange colouring; while two front-mounted tow hooks will rest beneath the carbon fibre trim. A power dome will anchor the hood, and sleek modern graphics will frame the sides and tailgate. 

Additionally, Ford will pair the 2023 F-150 Raptor R with eight exterior colours, including Azure Gray and Oxford White; and these will all be perfectly complemented by black trim and BSW all-terrain tires. The effect will prove striking on the highway and backroads alike. 

The 2023 F-150 Raptor R is currently scheduled for a late fall release. To learn more about this Ford truck - or to request a test-drive in one of our current models - contact Novlan Bros.
The year is revving toward a close - and Saskatchewan drivers are fusing each day with a shopping fervor. The quest for a 2022 Ford Maverick has sent consumers to dealerships in droves, snatching all available inventory; and up the sales charts goes this compact pick-up. 

According to Ford Authority, the new Maverick reigns supreme among its class - dominating the first quarter of the year with 38,753 units sold. This marks a staggering 68% of the total segment share, and it allows the truck to crush its nearest competitor (the 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz, which earned a mere 32% of sales). These numbers have fused the charts and the highways alike with hybrid performance.

Ford Authority notes that the 2022 Maverick has bested its rivals through class-defining power. Anchoring it is the standard 2.5L hybrid engine - which yields 5.6 L/100km in the city and 7.1 L/100km on the highway. Its electronic continuously variable transmission accommodates all terrains with ease, promising a refined ride; while its available 191 HP thrills. The Atkinson inline-four configuration is further bolstered by powder-forged connecting rods, aluminum pistons, and a steel crankshaft to assure a nimble off-road experience. 

Want to learn more about the 2022 Maverick (including how to reserve an XL, XLT, or Lariat model)? Contact Novlan Bros today. 
A blue Ford oval logo posed against a white background, with the brand name written in white in the center.Luxury has come to the commercial market - with Ford unveiling its 2023 Super Duty King Ranch. This V8 powerhouse has been fused with a series of upgrades, propelling it to the forefront of both performance and design. To learn more contact Novlan Bros today.

According to Motor One, the 2023 King Ranch has just been spotted. Though wrapped in Ford’s signature camouflage, this truck proved too supersized to ignore - and critics were quick to discover new additions to both the body and cabin. 

2023 Ford Super Duty King Ranch: Exterior

Spanning 22-feet, the Super Duty King Ranch features a long-box design and dual rear wheels. The wheels boast new chrome details and the LED tail-lamps have been revised. Additionally, C-shaped running lights frame the upgraded metallic grille.  

2023 Ford Super Duty King Ranch: Interior

Inside the new King Ranch drivers can expect a revised infotainment suite - with a massive 12-inch screen anticipated. The dash has been tweaked to afford easier access to the tech systems, and an enhanced digital display should further improve operator control. 

The new Super Duty King Ranch will deliver superior styling and intuitive tech to Saskatchewan. To learn more about this truck - including how to pre-order an F-250, F-350, or F-450 model - contact our team today. 
A red 2022 Ford Maverick parked in a concrete building and shown from the side profile.In the compact arena two trucks stand as giants - the 2023 Ford Maverick and the 2023 Toyota Tacoma. Defying mid-size expectations, these platforms yield unprecedented power and superior economy: branding them ideal for the Saskatchewan market. Which delivers the most value to drivers, however?

It’s the 2023 Maverick.

Anchored by a 2.5L inline-four engine and 1.1 kWh lithium-ion battery, the new Maverick dominates the highway - yielding up to 191 HP and 155 lb.-ft of torque. Its automatic CVT affords smooth control, while the standard front-wheel configuration reduces drive-line loss and improves overall traction. This allows the truck to deftly navigate tight turns and off-road trails alike. Additionally, consumers can anticipate segment-leading economy: with 42 MPG in the city and 33 MPG on the highway estimated.

Comparatively, the 2023 Toyota Tundra leaves drivers underwhelmed - with its 2.7L four-cylinder engine offering a mere 159 HP. Estimated mileage reaches only 20 MPG in the city and 23 MPG on the highway, and there is no hybrid option currently available. This will limit performance options in Saskatchewan. 

Want to learn more about how the 2023 Maverick compares to the competition? Contact Novlan Bros today for further information.
The release of the 2022 Maverick was met with instant acclaim - with its compact styling and everyday efficiency deftly adapting to driver needs. This Ford pick-up has revved to the top of the charts, delivering superior value to the market; and it also promises long-term satisfaction, earning much acclaim from venerable industry leader, J.D. Power.

According to Ford Authority, J.D. Power has named the 2022 Maverick as one of its leading APEAL (Automotive Performance, Execution, and Layout) contenders. This study examines consumer satisfaction, using an extensive 37-point criteria sheet to monitor interior design, fuel ratio, engine output, and more. The entire driving experience is examined; and participants are asked to rate their vehicles after a 90-day period.

The 2022 Maverick proved a favourite with consumers, earning a top-three position in the Mid-Size category (it shared the spotlight with the Hyundai Santa Cruz and Nissan Frontier). Drivers were quick to celebrate the truck’s robust economy: with a 5.6 L/100km rating in the city available, courtesy of the 2.5L Hybrid engine; and the 4,000 pounds of trailering impressed. The inclusion of a multi-position tailgate assures seamless payload control, and the sharp 40-inch turning diameter affords superior manoeuvrability.

The new Ford Maverick delivers class-leading performance to drivers. To learn more contact Novlan Bros today.
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