We went to key west to trade in our car. We didn’t know what to expect. The staff made it a positive experience. We are now enjoying our new 2018 Ford Escape Titanium.
My Purchase with Peter Olson
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
The Ford Mustang dominates every market, with its sleek shape and precise mechanics branding it the premier pony-car. It’s famed throughout the world and no driver can deny the power it offers.
No driver can also deny the car’s signature coloring: that bold burst of red. A partnership with OPI, therefore, is to be expected.
Beauty giant OPI has recently announced a joint-collaboration with Ford, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Mustang by creating a new nail lacquer. The company will pay tribute to this automotive icon with Race Red, a striking shade that will evoke fast cars and fun times. Expect saturated color in every store by July.
To read more about how the Mustang inspired OPI click here.
It’s the 50th anniversary of the pony-car’s arrival to the North American market; it’s the introduction of the 2014 Mustang GT; and it’s the opening of the Need For Speed, a film that will offer viewers their first glimpse of the 2015 Mustang.
Racing enthusiasts must hurry to see the Need For Speed. With a plot centered around cross-country car chases, the movie is certain to appeal to driving devotees across the globe.
There are countless Ford vehicles within the film, including the aforementioned 2014 Mustang and the new Shelby GT500. None have caused as much excitement, however, as the 2015 Mustang. This concept-car - with its 2.3 liter turbocharged engine and 420 HP capabilities - has already sparked interest at the Geneva Auto Show. Now it will dominate the silver screen as well.
To read about how Ford kept this movie-deal a secret click here.
The Ford Transit (along with its successor, the Transit Connect) is famed for its reliable mechanics, steady power and strong fuel economy, making it the vehicle of choice for drivers across North America.
A recent visit to the Arctic, however, proved that the Transit should be the vehicle of choice for drivers across the world.
At the 2014 Arctic Van Challenge - an annual competition in which vans are forced to drive through punishing conditions and plummeting temperatures - the Ford Transit and the Ford Transit Connect dominated. On a 700 kilometer course of icy channels and powerful winds these vehicles led the competition in nine individual categories, including: handling, stability and load carrying. This led to a double-crowning, with both declared the best van for consumers.
This was a remarkable victory and Ford’s first joint-win.
Watch the video below to learn more about the Arctic Van Challenge and to see both Transits in action.
In 1964 endurance racing had swept the world. Drivers from every country craved the high speeds of the Sebring, Le Mans and Daytona courses; and manufacturers hurried to create vehicles that could withstand the sport's brutal pace.
At the time Formula One giants Porsche and Ferrari dominated the lanes - but Ford was soon to change that with the introduction of its GT40.
The GT40 (which is the precursor of the GTO) stunned drivers and sponsors alike when it first arrived on the track. This precision pony-car featured a Shelby 298 VI V-8 engine, a Colotti T37 transmission and sophisticated Girling disc brakes: easily branding it the top car of any season. Its remarkable power was exceeded only by its maneuverability and, during Ford’s first foray into endurance racing, this vehicle surpassed all others.
Now the world’s second oldest GT40 is available at auction.
Travel to Houston, Texas and witness history in the making. Premier auction house, Mecum, will sell a 1965 GT40 prototype to the highest bidder. This extraordinary car - which is one of only 107 produced from 1964 to 1967 - has been carefully restored, and the original integrity of its mechanics remains in tact. It is one of the few surviving GT40 models and represents one of Ford’s most dynamic years.
The auction is expected to draw crowds from across the globe and bidding should be strong. Those wishing to attend this Mecum drawing should arrive early.
To learn more about the April 12, 2014 auction click here.
The rumble of a diesel engine is rarely heard in North America. Passenger cars rely on gasoline, and most manufacturers prefer traditional mechanics. It’s rare for a coupe, hatchback or convertible to offer something more.
Ford is changing this, however, with a re-designed Focus ST.
At the 2014 Geneva Auto Show Ford revealed plans to create a diesel-powered ST, wanting to take advantage of the model’s already high fuel economy. By utilizing diesel instead of gasoline, this 2015 option should boost the current 32 MPG ratios considerably. This will prove vital for budget-conscious drivers who want performance and efficiency.
The new ST will still boast the same precise engineering. Expect a 2.0 liter four-cylinder interior, capable of reaching 182 HP and accelerating from 0 to 62 in less than eight seconds. This will simply combine with diesel convenience.
No reports have indicated when the Focus ST will arrive in North America. Drivers remain hopeful, however, that it will be soon.
Ford drivers demand much from their cars. They want the latest engine innovations, precise mechanics and fuel-efficient designs.
A recent surge in operations proves that the automaker is willing to accommodate these desires.
Ford boasts 11 factories in North America. Over half of them now run at 135% capacity, meaning that three shifts occur every day. This is an unusual practice within the automotive field, but it may soon become a standard one for Ford. An increase in sales and company interest calls for stronger production, with more vehicle rollouts being done in-house to compensate.
Ford’s efforts are having powerful effects throughout Canada, the United States and even Mexico. The need for more jobs and more shifts helps to strengthen the economy and ensure faster inventories (options like the Focus, Fusion and F-150 will experience higher numbers and streamlined assemblies). It’s a strategy for success.
The Ford F-Series has always dominated the market, offering superior strength, speed and towing capabilities.
It comes as no surprise, therefore, that the 2015 F-450 continues this tradition, leading its class in overall efficiency.
AutoBlog reports that the F-450 boasts a staggering 31,200 pounds of towing potential. This combines with 440 HP and 800 pound-to-feet ratios of torque, creating a pick-up powerhouse. Models from Chevy and Dodge falter in comparison.
The F-450 owes its success to a new turbocharger, which features enhanced injector tips and Power Stroke technology. This increases performance and allows the truck to adapt to any situation. It’s destined to become a favorite of drivers across North America.
The 2015 Ford Focus was recently revealed at the Geneva Auto Show, offering drivers a re-imagined frame, improved fuel economy and increased stability.
It also promised intuitive technologies, making it a soon-to-be favorite of gadget lovers across the globe.
According to GizMag, the 2015 Ford Focus boasts the first SYNC 2 system (an interactive touch screen that offers peerless navigation and voice control) available in Europe. It also has Perpendicular Parking, an innovative sensor system that locates available spaces and steers into them, easing the driver’s burden.
An Active City Stop option scans road conditions, automatically applying braking functions if a collision is anticipated; and Distance Alert technology monitors all vehicle positions to reduce accidents.
These elements shape the new Focus into a modern powerhouse, blending digital advancement with driver comfort. Expect total functionality from this model.
To read more about the 2015 Ford Focus click here.
Since its 1998 arrival, the Ford Focus has dominated the North American market. This compact option - boasting both coupe and sedan frames - has become a favorite of drivers, blending stylish design with strong fuel economy.
These traits now extend across the globe, helping Ford to top China's automotive market.
According to Reuters, Ford recently posted a 67% gain in China, with 167,506 vehicles sold within January and February alone. This is an important victory for the manufacturer, helping them to secure stronger international ties. Recent reports suggest that new partnerships are likely to form due to this rise and inventories will increase.
None can deny that the reason for this gain is the Ford Focus. This vehicle led all sales, proving to be the top model of 2013 and showing increased popularity in 2014. The car is now a global success.
To read more about Ford’s impact on China click here.
Theophilus Chin is famed throughout the automotive world. This self-appointed engine manipulator re-imagines vehicles, creating exciting concept images for the industry’s top manufacturers (including Porche, Mercedes, BMW and more). He is know for creativity and an attention to detail.
A post in World Car Fans now shows where that attention has turned - to the Ford Focus.
On March 4, 2013, Chin revealed drawings for a potential Ford Focus Coupe. His pictures featured a vintage-inspired grille and a precise frame, showcasing the model’s already elegant form. This two-door sports option could be seen as a rival to the Toyota Paseo, allowing Ford to enter an arena it’s rarely dominated. The sleek styling would make it a sure favorite, especially when coupled with signature power and technology.
Chin’s idea has already struck a chord with World Car Fans, and Key West Ford wonders how long it will take before drivers start to clamor for more.