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.
Ford is looking toward the future and that future includes lightweight vehicles. Shaving away pounds results in heightened fuel economy, faster speeds and more responsive mechanics. It allows drivers to better experience the road without compromising their budgets.
Ford has embraced this philosophy, which is why it now partners with Magna, the largest automotive supplier in North America.
Ford and Magna are designing a new lightweight concept car. This vehicle (which has yet to be named) will feature an aluminum frame and high-strength underbody parts, reducing its total heft by 25%. When finished it should provide a better alternative to traditional models, promoting fuel efficiency and performance.
Key West Ford is excited by this new partnership. We look forward to seeing what these automotive giants can accomplish.
The 2015 Ford F-150 has not yet been released, but it has already caught the attention of drivers, critics and analysts. With its aluminum frame and redesigned interior it will soon become a dominating force on the sales charts.
It will also, according to Torque News, inspire future pick-up trucks.
Ford is certain about the 2015 F-150’s success. The company has carefully tested the truck, sending it through damning acid baths, stone pecks, thermal temperature changes and much more. This model was meant to endure the elements.
It was also meant to prove the strength of aluminum - and Torque News knows that other manufacturers will soon copy the design to improve overall speed, power and fuel economy. This will be the next pick-up trend, they assure, and it will have positive effects for drivers.
Steel and aluminum are not the future of manufacturing. Tomato fibers are instead paving the way for better cars.
According to recent reports, Ford and food-giant Heinz have partnered for an innovative new option. They intend to blend tomato skins with wiring brackets, creating reusable underbody car parts. This could potentially reduce plastic waste, as well as streamline the manufacturing process.
The use of plant-based products has often been debated. Ford and Heinz intend to turn the debate into a reality, however, with this tomato-inspired project. If they succeed they could create a wave of environmentally-friendly assemblage. They could also invigorate alternative engineering and allow other automakers to explore better, safer paths.
In 1965 the Ford Transit was introduced to Europe. It was an alternative to traditional van and utility models, balancing comfort with space. Since then it has become a popular option for work and play, with sales topping 7 million.
Now it’s coming to North America.
The 2015 Ford Transit will arrive in Canada and the United States this summer, making it one of the most anticipated cars of the year. Its exceptional craftsmanship - which includes a 3.5L EcoBoost engine, extended payload capacity and flex fuel systems - has already earned multiple awards; and drivers in North America will soon reap the benefits of heightened economy and adjustable interiors.
The 2015 Transit will soon become the premier option for professionals. To learn more about this model contact Key West Ford.
Since 1996 the Ford Expedition has been a favorite of adventurers, promising comfort, cargo space and carefully calibrated mechanics. It has allowed drivers to pursue their passions without sacrificing fuel economy or speed.
The 2015 Ford Expedition will continue that tradition. Check out some of the specs!
This sport utility option will feature a 3.5L direct-injection V6 engine, complete with twin-turbocharged capabilities and EcoBoost technology. A precise SelectShift transmission will provide better control on rocky roads, while a 46-sensor damping system will ensure smooth riding conditions. Electric power steering will improve maneuverability and integrated MyTouch systems will allow drivers to better navigate the highways and byways.
The 2015 Ford Expedition will also feature over 130 cubic feet of cargo space, with its extended wheelbase providing exceptional storage and adaptability. Transport camping gear, beach toys and other vacation items with ease.
The 2015 Expedition will be the premier travel car for North America. Contact Key West Ford to learn more about this model.
The Ford Fusion is an exceptional hybrid. It blends impeccable design with lithium power, making it the favorite of professionals and families alike. Since its arrival in 2006 it has dominated the North American sales charts, earning multiple awards and recognitions.
Now it’s soon to reach yet another milestone - because Ford is transforming the Fusion by eliminating over 25% of its total weight.
In the wake of its aluminum F-150 reveal, Ford has decided to change the hybrid market. it will reduce the weight of the Fusion, replacing lead-acid batteries with more efficient alternatives and taking advantage of carbon fiber materials. The result will be a loss of 700 pounds, which will directly impact fuel economy, speed, braking performance and more.
This change is already gaining approval from critics, all who cite the positive environmental and safety aspects achieved through lighter cars. There is no set date for the release of this new Fusion but many believe it will arrive in 2016.
To learn more about the Fusion’s transformation click here.
To schedule a test-drive in a current Fusion model contact Key West Ford.
Few cars are as aptly named as the 2014 Ford Escape.
This SUV - with its EcoBoost-enhanced engine, Intelligent 4WD System and advanced Torque Vectoring capabilities - is meant for the road. It allows drivers to explore every highway and dirt path across BC, promising adventures and long-lasting memories.
Don’t believe us? Check out this video of brave base jumpers, who rely on the 2014 Escape to transport them to their favorite destinations.
The 2014 Escape is the perfect summer car. Contact Key West Ford to learn more about this model, as well as to schedule a test-drive.
Ford recently announced a partnership with one of the world’s largest technology companies to create an ingenious new battery - one that blends lithium-ion power with 12-volt acid performance. It will provide a strong support for hybrid vehicles, allowing them to take advantage of regenerative braking and redirected power flow (a by-product of the automaker's Start-Stop system).
This will ensure that every drop of fuel is properly utilized, promoting better driving and higher savings.
To learn more about the new battery from Ford and Samsung click here.
To schedule a test-drive in a Ford vehicle contact Key West.
Pony-car lovers, rejoice! Photos of the 2016 Mustang GT500 have been released!
Key West Ford is excited to share the first images of the GT500. The supercharger, which is rumored to feature 662 HP and a 631 torque ratio, has the signature Mustang shape. Expect sharp lines and a high-backed interior, both paying homage to the car's track history and ensuring top aerodynamics.
Few specs have been released for the 2016 Ford GT500. Spy shots, however, have revealed a 7,000 RPM redline, suggesting intense power and performance. Racing fans will soon be clamoring for this latest Mustang marvel.
Adaptive steering is, traditionally, a technology reserved for luxury vehicles. It provides greater control and stability, allowing drivers to navigate even the most challenging environments.
Now it’s being applied to the cars that need it most: Ford’s many SUVs.
The automotive maker recently announced that it will upgrade several sport utility models with adaptive systems, allowing drivers to more easily travel the world. This technology will couple perfectly with Ford's already enhanced suspensions and terrain management controls; and eliminating standard steering will ensure better, smoother rides.
A list of the chosen SUVs has not yet been released, but critics are guessing that driver favorites (like the Explorer, the Expedition and the Escape) will be among the first to reap the benefits.
Contact Key West Ford to learn more about adaptive steering, as well as to test-drive our many SUV options.