Two 2022 Ford F-150 pickups parked on grass

Ford trucks are a staple on the highways and backcountry roads across Alberta, and Ford has given its most powerful truck models, the F-250 and F-350 Super Duty pickups, a significant update for 2023. These models have a new look, increased capability, and cutting-edge technology. Furthermore, Ford is expanding the F-150 and Maverick lineups with new models and packages aimed at improving off-road performance. Check out all of the changes to Ford’s truck lineup for 2023, and find your next Ford truck at Heartland Ford.

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2023 Ford F-150

Ford F-150

Ford has updated its F-150 lineup for 2023, adding new capabilities and features. The Raptor now has a 700-horsepower 5.2-liter supercharged V-8 and the Tremor has a standard 5.0-liter V-8. A Rattler off-road package with various enhancements is also available for the XL model. In addition, a new F-150 Heritage Edition with a two-tone exterior and a black honeycomb grille is based on the XLT trim. Some prior exterior colours have been phased out, and the Lariat model is no longer available in Super Cab.

Ford Maverick

Ford Maverick

The newest addition to the Ford truck lineup, the Tremor package is now available on XLT or Lariat models with the available turbo-four engine in Ford’s 2023 Maverick pickup. The Tremor package includes orange accents on the tow hooks, fender vents, grille, and wheels, as well as distinctive badging and stitching. The package also includes all-terrain tires, a 1-inch suspension lift, improved shocks and springs, and a more capable front bumper and skid plates. The Tremor package also includes off-road features such as Trail Control and improved cooling for the powertrain and power-transfer unit. Avalanche Gray paint is also included in the package.

Ford SuperDuty

The SuperDuty lineup features new designs and technologies. A standard 6.8-liter V-8, an optional 7.3-liter V-8, and a 6.7-liter turbodiesel V-8 with up to 1,200 lb-ft of torque are among the engine options. Off-road capability is improved by features such as Trail Turn Assist and an optional off-road package. Trailer Navigation and the Co-Pilot 360-degree trailer camera system are among the new technology features included in the updated cabs.

The Ford pickup truck lineup has seen several enhancements for the 2023 model year, with exceptions to the Lightning, and Ranger models, which observed no major updates. Find the Ford pickup truck lineup right here at Fort Saskatchewan’s Heartland Ford, your destination for Ford trucks in the Edmonton area. Visit our truck dealership today to test drive the latest Ford models.