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New Ford Trucks
Get Canada's best selling truck at Koch Ford Athabasca:
- Pickup Truck Best Buy – 2017 Kelley Blue Book Best Buy Awards*
- Best Full-Size Pickup – Car and Driver 2017 10Best Awards
- Best Truck of the Year – Autobytel.com 2017 Buyer’s Choice Awards
- Most Wanted Large Truck – 2017 Edmunds Most Wanted Awards
The 2018 & 2019 Ford F-150 is part of the Ford F-Series - Canada’s best-selling truck for 38 years, and continues to innovate with the addition of breakthrough towing technology, new Special Edition Appearance Packages, SYNC 3 and alternative fuel capability. With its new high-strength aluminum-alloy and steel body, the F-150 is built for life in Athabasca and northern Alberta.
The all-new 2018 & 2019 Super Duty is the toughest, smartest, most capable Ford Super Duty ever. Equipped with a high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy body and a frame that is 95% High Strength Steel and fully-boxed, with through-welded cross members. This truck is engineered for work in Athabasca and Alberta, with 6 times more high-strength steel and up to 24 times stiffer than the outgoing frame. It has bigger, stronger, and more capable axles, and upgraded suspension and steering for better ride and handling.
The Ford Transit Connect is the ideal Albertan urban work vehicle. It offers abundant interior space, which can be used for a variety of available uplifts. Large side panels can be utilized to display a company name and graphics. With its modern exterior and flexible interior, Transit Connect Wagon is also the ideal space for busy families on the go.
The all-new cargo-oriented Transit and passenger-friendly Transit Wagon offer a wide variety of configurations, including three varying roof heights, a short- and long-wheelbase option and six body lengths. Passenger models can carry from eight to 15 passengers, and engine choices include a turbocharged EcoBoost V6 and Power Stroke 5-cylinder diesel. Ford also offers an array of work-truck options allowing customization of the Transit’s massive cargo bay.