When I met Peter he first started by asked as many questions as he could about the truck I was looking for. My use of the truck, the age of the truck, the price range, interior style, preferred colour and so on.
Peter called and had a few trucks for me to look at and drive to compare. I spent about 3 hours with Peter and it was a casual afternoon and a lot of questions were answered.I enjoyed my purchase with Peter.
Glad we’re lost!!
Me and my wife was lost looking for the car dealer we want to go to.im so glad we passed by Keywest Ford and met Allan. He’s such a terrific salesperson. He’s got answers to all our questions and a lot of things he could suggest for a very good deal.
Our Experience going there was 👍🏼 Great!!!customer service is awesome!!! And we went back home with our dream car!!
Thanks as well Gurj for all your help!!! 👍🏼👍🏼👌
We purchased a truck from Colton H. Yesterday. It was a pleasure working with him.. He was professional, personable and efficient. The whole process was positive ......even the financing with Nicholas T (who was very accommodating, informative and pleasant) was stress free.
Thanks to both of you!
Nancy and Brad
Fantastic Salesman, beware additional fees!
I purchased a vehicle from Alan at the beginning of the month and he was a pleasure to work with. Very quick response to my email enquiry and set up a test drive at my convenience. He was friendly and professional throughout the entire process making sure that the whole transaction was a pleasant one. However, the dealership has a couple of additional fees they add to your purchase after you've agreed to a price. A $199 insurance transfer fee and a $795 service fee which added $1000 to the final invoice presented for signature. No mention of these fees before this which was disappointing. Fees are a necessary evil when buying a vehicle but this dealership needs to be up front about them like they are with the documentation fee of $599.
We have just purchased a car from Robert and it was a great experience. We inquired about a car via email and Robert was extremely fast to respond by email as well as by phone. Robert was very friendly and professional and helped us to purchase the exact car we wanted. The whole transaction was fast and painless due to a great team at Key West Ford Sales Ltd. I would recommend Robert to anyone who looks for a new or a used car. Thank you very much!
New F150 purchase
Right from when I drove onto the lot Robert was very professional and knowledgeable and easy to deal with which made the whole process of purchasing my first truck a breeze.
Wife's first car !
I went to key West to find a vehicle for my wife for Christmas. Stressed out with all the garbage on Craigslist al helped me get into I decent vehicle and make her morning special. This was my second vehicle purchased from key West and i will be back for my third. Thanks Allen
Dealt with Jag in sales and Nicholas in Financing.
Great experience with both guys. No BS ! The perfect way to buy a vehicle.
Would definitely deal with these guys again
Al made my experience very easy. Although the vehicle had a pending sale he made sure that I was able to have a good look at the truck and drive it while I was there instead of having to come back another time. He met me at the dealership (on his day off )the day the truck did become available. He worked with me and the service Dept to explain the few things that needed to be done to the vehicle which was a big part of why I went ahead and bought it. Megan made sure I had a vehicle and called to let me know how the repairs were progressing and when I would be able to pick it up. Overall great experience. I felt zero pressure to buy. It was the exact opposite experience I had earlier the same day at another dealership.
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SEMA has, sadly, come to an end. From November 3rd to November 6th, Las Vegas was the center of the automotive world, drawing thousands of OEMs and aftermarket engineers. There they discovered a series of concept cars, next-generation lineups, and custom products.
They also discovered Ford.
Check out this gallery from GT Spirit, highlighting the pony-cars in Ford’s 2015 SEMA collection. It offers stunning images of the 2016 GT, the 2016 Shelby GT350R, the 2016 Mustang, and the 2016 GTE. These V6 performers each promise turbocharged power and accelerated speeds.
They also promise award-winning results. The sixth-generation Mustang won Hottest Car at this year’s SEMA, with critics celebrating its striking lines and 900 HP capabilities.
We want one - don’t you?
Though the Mustang (rightfully) stole much of the spotlight, Ford’s SEMA booth extended far beyond pony-cars. Click here to see a full list of its trucks, hatchbacks, and more.
Be sure to send in your opinions about Ford's 2016 lineup as well. We’d love to hear from you!
On November 6th, the 2015 SEMA show came to a close. It was an undeniable success, drawing more than 100,000 designers, manufacturers, and engineers - all sharing their latest platform ideas and product options. Next-generation technology was revealed from every major brand.
None, however, proved as celebrated (or as rewarded) as Ford.
According to Fox Sports, Ford made SEMA history, earning three of the top four awards: its 2016 Mustang effortlessly took home Hottest Car; its 2016 Focus revved into first with a Hottest Sport-Compact win; and its 2016 F-Series was named Hottest Truck. Never before has a single manufacturer won three major honors in the same year.
Critics agree, however, that Ford’s lineup deserved the recognition. The Mustang, Focus, and F-Series each delivered incredible power, bringing V8 performance and accelerated speeds to Las Vegas. Combine that with their superior styling and the victory was assured.
Ford dominated the SEMA scene. The Key West team expects this domination to soon transition to the sales charts, with the release of 2016 Mustang, Focus, and F-Series invigorating the North American market.
To learn more about the 2015 SEMA show click here.
Be sure to contact us with any questions or comments as well!
SEMA 2014 was a rousing success, drawing almost 70,000 guests and showcasing the world’s most innovative technologies. Ford’s booth proved especially popular - and it’s easy to see why. Every coupe and convertible captured the beauty of engineering and the power of racing.
To learn more about SEMA contact Key West Ford. We’ll be glad to answer any questions about this year’s show or the models displayed there.
And remember: SEMA 2015 begins on November 3rd. Be sure to return to our blog for all Ford-related news, videos and images!
2014 will be forever known as the year of the ROUSH Mustang. During SEMA the racing legend premiered several pony-cars, each promising exceptional power and unforgettable speeds.
The Hoonicorn was no exception.
On November 7th ROUSH debuted its Hoonicorn, a 1965 Mustang that had been heavily modified. This muscle machine boasted a Yates V8 engine, capable of generating up to 845 HP. Its 18-inch Pirelli wheels would dominate any track, while its Sadev transmission would ensure effortless handling. A tubular chassis completed the transformation, turning this classic car into a modern racer.
To see the Hoonicorn on display watch the video below!
ROUSH dominated SEMA 2014 - and the Hoonicorn proves why.
To learn more about this and other ROUSH models contact Key West Ford.
Ford has forever transformed the driving experience. The 2015 Transit, however, will transform the business experience, providing passengers with a style never before seen on the road.
At SEMA 2014 Ford debuted its Business Class Transit. This van channels limousine sophistication, with its extended cab providing a wealth of amenities. Wood-grain flooring highlights the sleek shape. Reclining seats prove plush (massaging and heating functions are available). Flat screen TVs line the walls, while a cocktail station is nestled snugly in the rear. Integrated technology - such as iPad controls, LED lighting systems and wireless Internet - adds to the convenience.
This Ford Transit provides the ultimate luxury ride for professionals. It’s intended to treat VIPs as they deserve - with premium features and undeniable comfort.
To learn more about the Business Class Transit click here.
To learn more about current Transit models contact Key West Ford.
Beauty can be a beast. That’s what ROUSH set out to prove at SEMA, bringing guests a pony-car that was both spectacularly styled and undeniably powerful.
We think they succeeded.
The ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang (known also as the TrakPak) is fierce. It delivers up to 700 HP with its 5.0L engine and uses a front-skirted design to maneuver down the track. It’s a quad-exhaust monster that’s destined for greatness.
Don’t let its V8 power fool you, though. This muscle machine was recently awarded SEMA'S Special Recognition for Outstanding Achievement in Design - and rightfully so. Its bold coloring, LED accents and scooped hood stuns on and off the track.
Want to see more? Click here for a gallery of the ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang.
Be sure to contact Key West Ford with all ROUSH questions as well.
Fast cars deserve to be driven. This is Ford’s philosophy, which is why the SPEC 5 Mustang has been thrilling guests at SEMA with drift demonstrations.
The SPEC 5 Mustang (which is part of Ford's RTR line) is an undeniable force on the track. This concept car delights spectators with its 5.0L Aluminator engine, coiled suspension and Magnaflow exhaust headers, blazing through every course with ease. Its carbon fiber body proves responsive, while a chin split design reduces overall drag. This is a pure racing machine.
And it’s been the highlight of SEMA 2014, earning much praise for its speed and style (the flared paneling, neon wheels and metallic riveting adds flair to every lap). Key West Ford expects that the SPEC 5 will become one of the most discussed - and coveted - cars of the show.
To see this Mustang in action watch the video below!
To learn more about the Ford Mustang and its 2015 variants contact us today.
SEMA serves as the world’s introduction to the best cars. Engineers and distributors showcase their most innovative products, and the city of Los Angeles is transformed into a collection of chrome and concept sketches.
It can prove difficult, therefore, to stand out among such a distinguished crowd - unless a Mustang is involved.
The 2015 Ford Mustang was recently named the Hottest Car at SEMA. Want to see why? Check out this video, highlighting the pony-performer's undeniable beauty and unforgettable engine.
The 2015 Mustang has left the SEMA critics thrilled - and Key West Ford knows that it will soon have the same effect on BC drivers.
In the West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center sprawls 20,000 square feet of Ford perfection. Mustangs, Transits, ROUSH racers and more are neatly displayed for the estimated 60,000 buyers and distributors. It’s an impressive collection - and it’s about to get even better.
Centered among SEMA'S spectacular concept cars is the MAD Industries' F-150.
The 2015 F-150 has been redesigned by MAD. It now boasts a 5.0L engine, with twin Whipple superchargers and a Gibson exhaust. This promises extraordinary performance in any environment. Combine that with a Crown suspension and massive 24-inch wheels for a superior driving experience. Estimated HP ratios are between 700 to 720, making this truck a true powerhouse.
A little modification has yielded a big reward. Everyone's going MAD in the future.
To learn more about the 2015 F-150 at SEMA click here.
To learn more about the F-Series contact Key West Ford.
SEMA 2014 has proven to be a showcase of Ford ingenuity and innovation. On November 6th it also served as a lesson in history, drawing guests' attention to a stunning 1967 Fairlane and ranking it among the best cars at the show.
The Fairlane - owned by Steve Strope, a custom hot-rod builder from Los Angeles - was recently dubbed the Best Ford Car at SEMA, earning much praise for its pristine condition and unique modifications. Its striking blue frame blended Miura wheels and a racing bed, promising high speeds on the track. Its famed cammer engine also impressed, generating up to 427 HP (this was originally used to win rally races in late 60s and early 70s).
SEMA is often considered a platform for concept cars and future mechanics. The response to this 1967 Fairlane, however, shows that it also supports the past - and rightly so.