Bought my first car today with, Jeff Upton. He answered all my questions and helped me find the perfect SUV. Michael Nokes was also there helping Jeff out and explaining what to look for in a used car and the pros and cons that come with it. Great to deal with, very friendly and kind,
Michelle and Nick helped me with financing and they were great, and patient with me. Answered all my questions and concerns with detail. Loved them, so kind and so friendly.
I couldn't have asked for a better experience with my first major purchase!
Jag was super help full and well knowable of the cars
he did great job to explain everything and at the end help to set up Bluetooth and navigation system I am really thankful to Jag for this experience
Great service and for sure will come back afin
Great sales and communication
I bought a used 2016 mustang gt just recently from Lino. He was very helpful, friendly and answered all my questions. I also spoke in great length with Michael Nokes the sales manager. He was easy to get along with and a general overall nice guy. I would definitely recommend key west ford to anyone looking for a brand new or used ford. Lino didn’t pressure me into buying that first day I arrived. You will feel comfortable dealing with him and Michael nokes.
Excellent service and follow through
We were window shopping for a new vehicle in the near future. Tom showed us exactly what we wanted and made the deal happen today. We are exceptionally happy with his service and would recommend friends and family go see him at Key West Ford!
Very helpful, knowledgeable staff that made it easy to decide on a vehicle. We are happy with the experience and would definitely recommend this dealership.
Change is a good thing
Best attention to my needs & very respectful 😊
Jag and the team are very hospitable. They all made me feel as tho’ I was their guest. I was lucky that they had exactly what I needed in the lot and I was given the best deal I could have hoped for. Thank you, Jag !
We went to the dealership and found a car we liked, our dealer was Jag Dhillon and he sold me an amazing car and we were able to negotiate a good price. Would recommend
Got a great 2018 F150
Very happy to deal with Jag. Got a new F150 at a great deal and he was able to close the deal within minutes. The truck was courtesy detailed and he made sure I had no questions before I left the dealership.
Would deal with the dealership again in the future.
Fantastic deal and service on purchasing used vehicle
I was looking for good quality used car for my daughter who is attending University. Found car that she liked in excellent condition at Key West Ford dealership in New Westminster. Received fantastic deal from Jag who followed through with a minor servicing item before delivery. Jag was courteous to our family and pleasure to deal with. We appreciated keeping us apprised of detail and items through follow up.
Great and friendly dealership of which I would strongly recommend to anyone looking for a car to purchase.
Ford isn’t a familiar name among the culinary world -- engines and entrees are not easily confused, after all. Toronto chef Chris Klugman is redefining every meal, however, with food inspired by the automotive industry.
Klugman, head-chef and environmental innovator, is the proprietor of the Paintbox: a local restaurant dedicated to exceptional fare and exceptional service. This bistro embraces sustainability, utilizing local ingredients (as well as training local residents). It is committed to the community.
And this makes it a perfect partner for Ford, who also promotes environmental and social awareness. This automotive company isn’t just devoted to sterling mechanics, like in the F-150 or the Mustang. Instead it’s devoted to the greater good.
Klugman agreed -- which is why he launched a recipe that's as bold as the car it emulates: this Thai curry bisque features soybean oil (which represents the headrests), corn (which resembles the armrests) and even sweet potatoes (for map pocket flair). Fresh crab meat, sweet coconut milk and an intoxicating blend of spices complete the dish.
Ford isn’t just on the road. It’s instead in the kitchens.
Ford is famed throughout the automotive market for its bold designs and reliable mechanics. Its vehicles--from the signature Mustang to the environmentally-friendly Focus--embrace high-performance.
Now, however, Ford is offering more than dynamic engineering. Instead it’s helping to promote good will among Toronto’s children.
Recently Ford paired with the Maple Lead Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) initiative to help local children discover the thrill of sports. A suite at the Air Canada Centre was secured. Deserving youths from across the greater Toronto area were then brought in, allowed to watch the court action unfold beneath them.
According to Danielle Bablich, Assistant Manager of Partnerships and Events for Ford, “This program is a great way for Ford of Canada to reach kids in the community and give them an experience that they might otherwise not have access to.”
And that experience was a success -- with local favorite The Raptors gaining a victory over the visiting Charlotte Bobcats.
Every small business is guided by two principles: quality service and smart decisions. The 2014 Ford Transit Connect now helps to propel these ideas, offering a vehicle that’s tailored for every day and every need.
The 2014 Transit Connect--a sleek wagon, boasting a 2.4-liter engine and innovative EcoBoost technology--embraces the small business market. It has been designed for drivers who demand more than simple steering. This six-speed transmission option features:
The 2014 Ford Transit Connect is highly adaptable. Its interior configuration (including seats, window placements, ceiling height and more) can be restructured for drivers, allowing them to better define their vehicles for their companies.
The Transit Connect is a square-framed wagon. Its compact shape enables it to effortlessly navigate even the busiest streets, helping drivers to meet all delivery or scheduling needs.
The Transit Connect features Ford’s signature style -- which blends sleek accents with long-lasting materials. This vehicle has a uni-body construction, with boron steel securing the frame and aluminum dominating the mechanics. This makes it durable, even after many miles and many uses.
The 2014 Ford Transit Connect transforms small business vehicles. Click here to read the original article.
Cellular technology is changing: smartphones deliver instant information; screens offer high-definition images; apps address every user concern. This is a digital age.
And Ford has fully embraced it.
At the 2013 Milan Design Week Ford announced its desire to transform smartphone capabilities. During the “Democratization of Design and Technology” panel, company representatives detailed plans for a new SYNC AppLink device.
This device will allow drivers to effortlessly control and monitor smartphone apps while in their cars. It will grant instant access to programs like: Spotify (music streaming), Kaliki Audio Newsstand (audible newspapers and magazines), Glympse (real-time mapping and tracking programs), Aha (a centralized social media site, tailoring web news results to an individual's network profile) and more. The possibilities are endless.
The SYNC AppLink system will make its debut in the new Ford EcoSport, a compact SUV. Convenience is now within every driver’s reach.
Success within the automotive industry is hard to find. It's measured by sales and innovation, and many dealers are unable to combine the two. They may offer a bold design that flounders or a weak design that flourishes. Power and performance rarely connect.
Ford proves to be the exception... because in 2012 its Focus option was both a striking sedan and the world’s top-selling car.
In 2012 the Ford Focus was an undeniable presence. This compact sedan sold over 1,020,410 global units. It dominated every sales chart, finding fans in North America, Asia, Europe and more.
The Focus--a Ford standard since 1998, with a five-door hatchback style--is an option that appeals to many. Its compact shape promises fuel efficiency; its easy lines prove timeless; and its responsive mechanics deliver consistent speeds. It adapts to families and driving enthusiasts alike, making it an obvious choice for the international market.
2012 was an exceptional year for Ford. 2013 should be the same.
Hybrid technology is the center of much contention. Most vehicles--although well-intentioned--sacrifice style for efficiency, power for plug-ins. The result is an unbalanced market, with drivers forced to compromise again and again.
Ford is changing that.
The 2013 Fusion Energi has been welcomed into the Ford family. This plug-in hybrid (a next generation take on the original Fusion) seeks to revitalize the market, offering signature Ford style and driver-friendly mechanics.
The Energi--a striking wagon with a 2-liter engine and 188 HP capacity--adapts to daily needs. It boasts a 21-mile range on electric power, as well as a 620 mile range per full tank. This generates an estimated 47 MPG on both the city streets and the highway, sparing drivers the need for constant refueling and ensuring total efficiency.
This combines with sterling mechanics (like a regenerative braking system, electric power-assist steering and a lithium ion battery supporter) for a hybrid that doesn’t disappoint.
Drivers can now discover all the benefits of a plug-in wagon and none of the failings.
Click here to read more about the 2013 Fusion Energi.
Every Ford vehicle is carefully designed. Details are examined; mechanics are tested; and the result is excellence.
Drivers can now, however, transform excellence into perfection.
At Ford’s Research and Innovation Center--located in Dearborn, Michigan--engineers are redefining driver comfort. Contoured seats will soon be offered, allowing individuals to tailor their vehicles to their specific needs and standards.
With support from the Human Occupant Package Simulator (HOPS) lab, Ford technicians are developing multi-functional seats for future cars. Drivers can interact with these seats--whether through voice command or a touch screen-- and dictate the levels of firmness, lower lumbar support, air bladder resistance, temperature and more. This provides customization for every car owner.
Comfort is no longer hoped for. It’s offered.
Ford takes the simple concept of seating and turns it into an experience. Future cars (like the Mustang or the Fiesta) will provide peerless performances and undeniable convenience.
It’s an age of movie magic. Hollywood--forever determined to create bigger, brighter films--has perfected the use of motion capture technology. With it entire worlds have been created, blending digital imagery with human grace. The progress is astounding.
It’s also now found at Ford.
Ford is recognized as an automotive giant. Its peerless collection of wagons, trucks and rally-cars has made it a leader in both the domestic and international markets. As of 2013, however, it’s delving into the motion capture arena... all in the name of driver comfort.
At Ford’s Research and Innovation Center, located in Dearborn, Michigan, engineers are working tirelessly to improve future vehicles. Utilizing a Human Occupant Package Simulator (known more commonly as a HOPS lab), these individuals analyze the way drivers move, examining how the body bends as it enters and exits a car. Countless variables--such as seat heights, steering wheel placements, door positions and more--are dissected.
The purpose of this is to craft more user-friendly cars. With a HOPS lab engineers can eliminate discomfort, tailoring each Ford vehicle (from the Fusion to the F-150) to the needs of drivers. This technology creates a stronger future for both the company and its consumers.
Hollywood is no longer the king of motion capture.
Driving is more than a collection of white lines and stop signs. It’s instead the North American pastime. The open road is considered the ultimate destination.
Recent economic concerns, however, have redefined this philosophy. Drivers fret about the cost of fuel, are no longer willing to indulge in traveling. Cars have been branded necessities and nothing more.
Ford is now changing this.
In 2013 Ford is launching a campaign to emphasize its EcoBoost technology. This option allows lower-displacement engines to receive power and mileage rates comparable to their larger counterparts. This is achieved through direct-injection turbocharging, offering every car a consistent burst of speed. It also delivers over 20% greater fuel efficiency, with drivers able to use less gasoline every day.
And this is essential for today’s market.
Ford’s EcoBoost option--now found in everything from the Flex to the F-150--helps to reshape driving. It transforms smaller engines into powerhouses and reduces overall costs, saving money without sacrificing performance.
No brand better defines the North American automotive market than Ford. Its innovative designs are rivaled only by its peerless mechanics, making it a favorite from coast to coast.
The new 2014 Ford Fiesta ST, however, draws inspiration from beyond North America. Instead it offers international flair.
The 2014 Ford Fiesta ST is an exercise in cooperation, sampling elements from the global market. This striking option--a six-speed wagon with a 1.6 liter turbo engine and 197 HP capabilities--was first conceived in Germany. It was then perfected in Belgium, tested again and again on the grounds of Lommel, before being shipped to Mexico for assemblage. The final addition was an United Kingdom engine, bolstering the Ford’s already considerable power.
This pattern is unique... but also essential. It allows Ford to create a car that is meant for every driver, adapting worldwide ideas to this turbocharged wagon. Success is secured through collaboration.
North American markets will soon receive international support.