I had a very good experience dealing with everyone involved at Key West Ford and would recommend them. They were very professional and made the whole process enjoyable!
My second deal with them.Excellent customer service.Very professional.They took care of everything.Even for finance not a single issue.Thamk you again guys.Enjoying my new ride😉
Above & Beyond
This fellow is one of a kind. In all my life I’ve never had a good experience at a car dealership until I went to Key West Ford. What an amazing group of people. My focus titanium(2017) is the second purchase that I’ve made off Michael both experiences were something to write home about.
Whether you’re in the market for a Ford or any other kind of vehicle please do yourself a favour and check out the great people at Key West Ford.
Helped me find the car I want
This is my first car purchase. When I came to here, I didn't have a clear idea on what car I shall buy. Allan showed me around on several probable ways to buy my first car. The next day, he also found another car that suit my current need.
As I am new to Canada, there are a lot of differences on law, rules and regulations from the country I was in. Allan provided useful information on all of them and helped me get to a purchase solution that can fit into my short term and long term plan.
Now I have used the car for some time and everything seems good :)
2017 F150 supercrew
Great pricing, very helpful. I'm from out of town and was on a tight schedule. Jag and the rest of the folks at key west were sensitive to my time constraints and had my truck ready for delivery with no hiccups.
We had a small car budget in mind and after talking it over and trying various model we settled for something newer than expected without breaking the bank.
Very happy with my purchase and recommend to anyone looking for a used or new car to start at key West Ford.
Great experience buying my 1st Ford
I knew I wanted an Escape and had been shopping online for a few months. I found the vehicle I wanted and made an appointment for a test drive. It happened to be a Key West Ford. I made the appointment online and Jag reached out to me very quickly to set it up.
Jag was very friendly and talkative but certainly not pushy or how you've been trained to think of a used car salesperson. He answered my questions and was generally a nice guy to chat with.
I mentioned very early on what I was looking for but that I wasn't going to making a purchase that day. Even though he knew I wasn't buying he still wanted to make sure I knew everything I could about the vehicle I'd driven as well as anything else I might be looking into a vehicle for. I took his card when I left and made darn sure to get in touch with him once I'd made my decision.
I got a great deal from Jag and Key West Ford and would recommend you going to talk to him if you're on the fence about a new Ford.
Best experience ever
From the moment I arrived I felt there was something different. All of the staff are amazing, and the best part is the manager agreed to donate to my favourite Charity.
Topaz to Focus
"My FIRST NEW car experience"
My brother, a retired Ford dealership owner did the negotiating for me and found Robert to be excellent to deal with. Key West went above and beyond what they had to do by delivering the car to my door. What a surprise when Robert and his wife Lily were sitting out side with 2 identical race red Ford Focuses. I felt quite confident that they owned one too. Robert took me over to the insurance office to get the paperwork down and then back to explain the car to me. I am on FB with both Robert and Lily now. I didn't feel like I was dealing with a "pushy" salesperson but a genuine man who cares about his customers. Although I am 72 years old and this is my first new but probably last car I would highly recommend Robert and the dealership to anyone who would ask me.
Cheryl Lewis Reitz
Resignation proves a familiar feeling - with every mile burdened by lackluster support and scarce space. You grow accustomed to discomfort. It’s your companion on the B.C. highways, sliding always into the passenger seat of your ancient SUV.
Ford thinks it’s time to upgrade both your vehicle and your choice of friends. Consider the 2018 Expedition Limited!
As Consumer Reports explains, the new Limited is designed to delight. Within its spacious cabin - which offers an eight-passenger configuration - drivers will discover premium comfort. The seats are leather-lined, blending perforated textures with power-reclining technology. 10-way adjusters conform to your every angle, while integrated lumbar support eases aching backs. To counter Vancouver’s fickle weather, heating and cooling functions are also embedded into the cushions, providing all-season relief.
The 2018 Expedition Limited proves a balm for those who’ve had to endure cramped quarters. Its massive frame - which measures 210-inches long - can effortlessly accommodate families and cargo alike, offering:
First Row Head Room: 42 inches.
First Row Leg Room: 43.9 inches.
Second Row Head Room: 40 inches.
Second Row Leg Room: 41.5 inches.
Third Row Head Room: 37.3 inches.
Third Row Leg Room: 36.1 inches.
Total Cargo Volume: 171.9 cu.-ft.
Prepare to sprawl through every mile, with this Ford SUV allowing every passenger to (finally) enjoy traveling. To learn more about this platform contact our team today.
In the great automotive war only two combatants remain - the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro. For years these battle-scarred fastbacks have revved at each other, flinging exhaust and torque in equal measures.
We think Ford has finally dealt the crushing blow, however - with the 2018 Mustang proving an unstoppable force on the highway.
According to Digital Trends, the new Mustang leaves its Camaro competitor behind - with its powertrain yielding record-breaking ratios with every mile.
Base Engine: Turbocharged 2.3L four-cylinder.
Performance: 310 HP and 350 lb.-ft of torque.
Base Engine: Turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder.
Performance: 275 HP and 295 lb.-ft of torque.
Anchored by a six-speed manual transmission, the 2018 Mustang blitzes past the Camaro - achieving a 0 to 60 run in an estimated 5.4 seconds. Its lean body (188-inches long, 75-inches wide, 55-inches high) blends efficient carbon paneling with durable steel inserts; while its rear-wheel-drivetrain promises peerless cornering, utilizing AdvanceTrac technology to deliver stable handling and gyroscopic control. Victory is assured.
Want to learn more about the 2018 Mustang? Contact our team today to request further spec comparisons between it and the Camaro - and don’t forget to schedule a test-drive in our current pony models!
2020 seems such a long time from now - but the Key West team already has a makeshift calendar sitting in our showroom, with its dates all circled in red. Each one could mark the potential release of the Raptor Bronco, and we want to be ready.
We think our customers will understand.
According to Car and Driver, Ford may soon debut a new kind of crossover in the Vancouver market, with rumors of a 2020 Raptor Bronco beginning to gain momentum. This platform - which will combine four-door styling with Baja-wheeled power - should prove a welcome addition to every highway. A 2.7L V6 engine is expected to sit beneath its hood, bringing twin-turbo performance and up to 365 HP; while a 10-speed automatic transmission will anchor the drivetrain and deliver fluid handling. FOX racing shocks should complement the MacPherson suspension, creating a stable ride; and the inclusion of all-season tires will allow the wagon to transition from summer to winter with ease.
Are you ready?
Car and Driver notes that Ford’s decision to combine the F-150 Raptor and Bronco was inspired by the success of its Everest - a big-wheeled behemoth that services the Australian marketplace. This platform has broken records overseas and it proves the viability of the oversized crossover vertical.
No official release date has been given for the Raptor Bronco - but we’ll keep our eyes on the calendar for the first sign of production. To learn more contact us today.
Something Wild(Trak) this way comes - with Ford bringing its 2019 Ranger to the North American market. Keen-eyed photographers were able to catch a glimpse of this platform as it rumbled through the streets of Michigan, and both the online and automotive worlds are buzzing with excitement.
Are you ready for the next-generation of compact performance?
According to PickupTrucks.com, the 2019 Ranger WildTrak has made its unofficial debut - with Ford taking it for a spin in Michigan. Though heavily camouflaged, this platform still yielded some tantalizing details, including:
Style: sporty orange stitching is seen throughout the cabin, lining the dash and steering column. This, when paired with the custom badges that readers glimpsed on the seat cushions, should create a bold look on the backroads.
Size: specially-mounted buttresses can be seen on the C-Pillars, while bed-sill extensions are visible along the sides. This gives the truck greater width, with an extra three inches anticipated.
Power: an underbody exhaust confirms that the 2019 WildTrak will be diesel powered. Though no official engine has been confirmed, many believe that a 3.2L Duratec (similar to the one used on Ford’s T6) will be available.
The new WildTrak should prove a perfect option for those craving compact capability. To learn more about this platform contact our team today.
Tiny and fierce - this is the philosophy that shapes the 2018 Focus SE. This Ford hatchback proves that bigger isn’t always better, connecting Vancouver drivers to the performance they crave.
As US News explains, the five-door Focus is ready for every adventure. Sitting beneath its hood is a 2.0L four-cylinder engine - capable of yielding 160 HP and 146 lb.-ft of torque. Active grille shutters frame the front, helping to eliminate drag by deflecting the wind; while an electric power-assisted steering system provides smooth responses, allowing drivers to achieve a tight turn radius of 18-feet. The MacPherson front suspension adapts easily to changing roadways, blending a rear stabilizer bar with Vectoring Control technology. This promotes refined handling, increasing grippage in the front-wheels to lessen the chance of sudden lane drfits.
To further impress, the 2018 Focus SE also boasts a six-speed automatic transmission - which serves as an upgrade from the previous manual option. This feature blends SelectShift technology with button-activated gear ratios, enabling drivers to control each mile.
The 2018 Focus is no ordinary hatchback. It’s instead a pedal-to-the-metal platform that will delight families and commuters alike. To learn more contact us today!
It’s certain to be a battle for the ages - with bidders spitting rapid-fire numbers, trying to best each other across phone lines and Internet connections alike. They’ll all seek to win the Iacocca prize… but only one will succeed.
Will it be you?
According to Motor Authority, the Barrett-Jackson auction house will soon showcase a rare 2009 Iacocca Mustang. This model - number 20 of only 45 - was originally commissioned to celebrate more than four decades of pony-car dominance; and, boasting a mere 500 miles on its odometer, it proves as vital today as it did when it first rolled off the assembly line. Ford has fused it with a timeless 4.6L V8, which delivers 400 HP. A five-speed manual transmission will yield impeccable handling, while a supercharger (which was an optional feature during the car’s original run) will ensure powerful revs.
This Mustang - which will make its Barrett-Jackson debut on April 12th - will surely inspire record-breaking bidding; and the Key West team wonders if one of our customers will lead the charge. Will this silver-wrapped platform make its way to Vancouver? We’ll soon see!
To learn more about the 2009 Iacocca Mustang contact our team today.
The time has come. Your car is sputtering toward its end - greeting every morning with a whining engine and a sluggish burst of exhaust. You need a replacement… but you hesitate. Purchasing a new sedan will strain both your budget and your patience, forcing you to tally every dollar. The hassle seems too great.
Key West Ford reminds you that taking the bus will prove far more inconvenient.
In need of a new car? Visit our dealership today to take advantage of the 2017 Focus Clearout - an exclusive event that offers access to dozens of premium sedans. Anchored by a 1.0L direct-injection EcoBoost engine, these platforms achieve turbocharged performance (yielding between 123 HP to 350 HP); and their nimble four-door profiles can squeeze into even the tightest spaces. Conquer every B.C. road with help from Torque Vectoring technology, which engages the FWD while cornering to ensure smooth traction; and choose the available PowerShift transmission system to experience seamless automatic responses.
What will truly delight drivers, though, is the savings they can experience. During the 2017 Focus Clearout take home a class-leading sedan for only $50.00 a week! Upon credit approval - which will require a $3,300 down-payment and an 84-month term - our customers will be able to secure the performance they crave, without straining their finances.
Want to learn more? Contact our team today for further information about the 2017 Focus Clearout!
In 1968 Ford thrilled audiences with its Mustang Bullitt - sending this fastback speeding across the silver screen in a film that shared its name. It was a hunter-green beast, with a 428 cu.-in Cobra V8 growling beneath its hood and a four-speed manual transmission promising precise shifting. It had no equal and generations of drivers longed to slip behind its wheel.
LEGO is now giving them the chance - sort of.
According to Motor Trend, LEGO is partnering with Ford to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the legendary Bullitt. The noted Danish toymaker will soon reveal a 183-piece kit - which will allow pony-fans of all ages to build their own 1968 fastbacks! Create a sleek platform (complete with racing stripes, gold wheels, and a removable windshield) that will blaze down the speedway. A timing board boasts customizable stickers, letting individuals break endless records; while an included driver fits perfectly behind the wheel.
This LEGO set - which will be available in March - proves a perfect gift for Mustang fans. Purchase it in Vancouver for only $14.99!
With the release of the 1968 Mustang, Ford offered drivers pure power. Now LEGO allows both the young and the young at heart to bring this pony home. To learn more about the upcoming Bullitt set contact us today!
All-terrain adventures demand more than engine prowess. Instead they push the limits of shocks and suspensions, tires and traction - testing every rev of a crossover. It comes as no surprise, therefore, that Ford has fused its 2018 Expedition with the strength needed to tackle every trail.
Are you ready for the off-road package?
According to Ford, the 2018 Expedition has been tailored for fun - with its off-road package delivering advanced support for every mile. All-terrain tires now anchor the chassis, boasting ultra-thick side-walls to improve traction. Steel skid plates protect the transfer case and engine, while a full-length guard has been bolted to the fuel tank to shield it from debris. 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels roll smoothly over any terrain; sport-tuned shocks reduce cabin vibrations; and chrome running boards line the side panels, allowing drivers to easily slip inside.
The 2018 Expedition also features an exclusive electronic limited-slip differential - which utilizes power gear variations to distribute torque among the wheels. This proves essential in low-traction environments, helping to maximize performance and improve stability.
With the release of the off-road package, Ford allows drivers to seek out adventures in the Lower Mainland. For further information about this and other Expedition options contact us today.
In 2014 Ford stunned the automotive world - stripping its beloved F-150 of steel and carbon, fusing it instead with aluminum. Critics (and consumers) balked at such a change. This would, they argued, be the downfall of the entire F-Series fleet.
As Torque News explains, Ford’s decision to create an aluminum F-150 has proven successful. Drivers have gained steady appreciation of the lightweight design (more than 700 pounds have been removed from the chassis, greatly reducing the demands of the V8 engine and improving efficiency by more than 10%); and the sales charts have begun to shift away from traditional steel. With each year this platform delivers staggering growth, carving a niche in the North American marketplace:
Estimated F-150 Sales: 480,492
Estimated F-150 Sales: 515,034
Estimated F-150 Sales: 574,559
Estimated F-150 Sales: 591,864
An aluminum body hasn’t proved the deterrent critics once feared. Instead drivers are actively seeking it out - with the F-150 comprising much than 60% of total F-Series sales. This truck powers past the competition, with its high-strength ladder frame yielding best-in-class economy (20 MPGs in the city and 26 MPGs on the highway) and staggering performance (up to 8,000 pounds of conventional towing).
Want to test the value of aluminum? Visit our dealership today to learn more about the F-150 and its lightweight chassis!