I visited key west to look at a used truck. Peter was very nice and fixed any problems with the truck so it would be safe and reliable for me, as well as suggested I contact him with any questions and concerns. I would definitely go back because of how nice and reasonable the staff were.
Pleasant experience with sales staff.
Buying a new (or near-new) vehicle can be a stressful experience. However, salesman Robert Klaus was very helpful and treated me fairly. They offered me a very reasonable amount for my trade-in and the financing and insurance arrangements were seamless. The vehicle was detailed and was ready to be driven home in less than an hour. I would recommend Key West to a family member or a friend.
Great dealership and sales person. Friendly, knowledgeable and not aggressive in the sale at all. Financing was a breeze too. Definitely recommend this place for a purchase
I bought my car at key west ford in New Westminster.
Thank you Carrie and Megan in finance helping me out. If I have any issues there always there to help me out.. I get my answer same day.
There always keep in mind. These wonderful ladies treat me and my dog like family.
Thank you for everything and I always will come back.????
Great service Great Experience!
My experience at Key West ford was great, the sales team were very knowledgeable and helpful. Id like to extend an extra thank you to Megan Fraser, she definately went above and beyond and made my experience that much better, she took care of all paper work, made sure my car was cleaned and fueled and provided me with an insurance rep right on the spot so i could drive away in my new car that day. Thanks again Megan
2019 Ford Mustang 201A Package
I bought the car before Christmas 2018. Peter helped me through the super easy and smooth process which was then passed on to Michelle, who did the rest of the transaction. I was very excited to have such car because of comfort, style, and the speed. Not to forget the loud engine as if there’s a war on the road when driving a mustang. I don’t have to elaborate into specifics but I love the car. After the transaction, Peter guided me through the technology, seats and modes of driving. Also, he didn’t promise me anything but before the day of purchase, I asked Peter some favours. One of them is the “key west ford” logo on the rear of the vehicle that I didn’t want to have. Overall, I’m very satisfied with the customer service that Peter provided. Sadly, I lost the car due to an accident which I’m not at fault. I only had the car for less than 7 months but moving on, I look forward on talking to Peter for another brand new mustang!
So helpful! Erick was fantastic.
Erick at Key West Ford was extremely knowledgeable, friendly, and not pushy at all, showed us all the options we wanted and ended up with an even better car than we expected. Double thumbs up.
I bought a f450 from Ben this past week. Ben and his team went above and beyond my expectations. There was zero pressure and they worked hard to meet my needs. I highly recommend them!
Leave it to me.
We like to browse without being pursued, first point given to Jag Dhillon for simply saying, hello I am Jag, is there anything i can help you with. We like space when i shop, and Jag picked up pretty quick, how our personalities worked, and let us come to him with questions on our terms. The end result, we bought a car from him, he was most helpful in answering questions, as well as sharing knowledge.. i would definitely recommend buying a car from Jag Dhillon at Key West Ford. Our, new to us, preowned mini cooper roadster was a great deal, and i feel like the care we got was authentic. Great job!
Ford Hybrid News For Vancouver and New Westminster B.C.
(Posted on Jul 7, 2019 at 08:08AM by Michelle Bogle)
As news of the redesigned 2020 Ford Explorer continues to spread, automotive insiders and industry watchers are bubbling with excitement for the new hybrid variant that will round-out the three-row SUV’s line-up. According to Cars.com, the 2020 Explorer Hybrid is only the second vehicle in its class to offer a hybrid model (behind the Toyota Highlander Hybrid), helping to differentiate the Blue Oval’s SUV in a growing segment of endless options.
The 2020 Explorer Hybrid is set to run on a 3.3-litre naturally aspirated V6 engine and a 35-kw (44-hp) electric motor that can provide 221 lb-ft of additional torque. Total system output is a robust 318 hp and 322 lb-ft of twist, which blows away the 240-hp 2020 Toyota Highlander Hybrid. A 10-speed automatic transmission is also standard and the SUV is rated to tow up to 5,000 lbs – 1,500 lbs more than its main competitor.
With all this equipment under the hood, you would think that it would impact the interior design of the Explorer Hybrid – however, it doesn’t. Even with the battery and electric powertrain components, the SUV’s cabin space and capability are still second to none with the same passenger volume and cargo room as non-hybrid versions.
The 2020 Explorer Hybrid is set to debut later this year. To learn more about its powertrain details, features and trim levels, contact Key West Ford in New Westminster, B.C. for a preliminary spec review.
Are you ready, Vancouver, for the latest in hybrid technology? Ford is gearing up for the grand reveal of its 2020 Explorer - and this promises to redefine the market.
According to Green Car Reports, the new Explorer should make its debut later this summer - leaving only mere months for drivers to experience exceptional performance. Anchoring this platform will be an exclusive scalable engine suite. A 3.3L V6 with pair with a 35-kW electric motor, utilizing a torque converter system to assure a seamless power split. A 10-speed automatic transmission will allow for responsive handling, while natural aspiration will stabilize sequencing.
Through this, Green Car Reports anticipates an efficient SUV - with the Explorer’s powertrain utilizing both thermal management technology and exhaust-heat recovery functionality to maintain steady responses. This engine emphasizes sustainability, and it will ensure that drivers achieve optimal performance (a 27 highway MPG rating is expected for the traditional gasoline mode).
Want to learn more about the 2020 Explorer Hybrid? Contact our team today for further specs and financing information - and don’t hesitate to schedule a summer test-drive at your earliest convenience. This platform should arrive on our lot before the season ends.
Efficiency proves elusive in the crossover market - with hulking all-terrain vehicles demanding an excess of fuel to power their engine suites. These platforms are made for fun; and that comes with a cost at the pump.
According to AutoBlog, Ford is bringing economy to every mile - fusing its 2020 Escape Hybrid will class-leading capability. Beneath the hood of this platform will be both an Atkinson-Cycle 2.5L four-cylinder engine and a lithium-ion battery. Together they will provide exceptional efficiency, with a 50% increase in overall MPG output (when compared to the current model).
The 2019 Escape delivers a combined 26 miles-per-gallon - which, AutoBlog notes, means that its hybrid successor will yield (at least) an impressive 39 miles-per-gallon. This will place it far above the competition, assuring exceptional fuel distribution and smart mobility.
No longer will Vancouver drivers have to endure endless visits to the pump. Instead this Ford crossover - which will offer an efficient FWD and a crisp 10-speed automatic transmission - will provide relief. To learn more about it (including further specs, financing, or production scheduling) contact our team today.
Justice will soon be electrified - with Ford bringing the 2020 Explorer Hybrid to North America. This platform is intended to deliver premium performance to officers, allowing them to quickly (and efficiently) navigate city streets; and its advanced technology will redefine the crossover market.
According to Seeking Alpha, the 2020 Explorer Hybrid will yield impressive performance. Beneath its hood roars an advanced engine suite - which fuses a traditional six-cylinder V8 with both a lithium-ion battery pack and a supplemental electric motor. This combination proves key to the platform’s success, delivering enhanced fuel distribution and regenerative power (greatly reducing the need to visit the pump and, therefore, keeping officers on the streets for longer periods of time). A 10-speed automatic transmission will assure seamless control, while the custom-tuned suspension will create a refined experience on every terrain.
To further impress, this hybrid will boast a top-speed ratio of 137 MPH, and its dynamic engine suite will provide officers with a 0 to 100 blitz of 17.7 seconds. The new age of patrolling has begun.
To learn more about the 2020 Escape Hybrid - or to request further information about Ford’s upcoming EV models - contact us today.
With the unveiling of the 2020 Escape Ford delivers dynamic performance to every driver - fusing this platform with four distinct engine suites. Each boasts class-leading capability, emphasizing pure power on the B.C. backroads; and the inclusion of both hybrid and plug-in models promises an exciting new chapter in the crossover story.
According to Car Buzz, the 2020 Escape will offer four unique configurations - two of which will thrill hybrid fans. Consider these recently released specs:
1.5L EcoBoost Three Cylinder
180 HP and 177 lb.-ft of torque
2.0L EcoBoost Four-Cylinder
250 HP and 255 lb.-ft of torque
2.5L Four-Cylinder (with CVT)
198 HP (torque currently unknown)
Plug-In System (with lithium-ion battery)
30 mile all-electric range
The 2020 Escape will appeal to thrill-seekers and efficiency experts alike - offering a bevy of engines to choose from. Consider the hybrid model for everyday adventures, relying on its smooth-shifting electronic transmission and responsive four-cylinder design; or take advantage of the plug-in system on the backroads, no longer fearing those long miles between station visits (the lithium-ion battery will keep you revving). These trims will deliver the performance drivers crave.
Are you as excited as we are?
To learn more about the 2020 Escape contact our team today.
Innovation is receiving an upgrade - with Ford announcing a new hybrid partnership. In an effort to redefine the plug-in market, the Big Blue Oval is investing in the Rivian Company (an electric start-up that offers dynamic mobility technology).
According to Popular Mechanics, Ford is funneling $500 million into Rivian - a company that has just unveiled a fully-automated line-up of custom platforms. These electric vehicles (which include a five-door pick-up truck and a seven-passenger SUV) promise exceptional performance, with their lithium-ion powertrains delivering a 400-mile drive-range.
Rivian has been crafting market-ready rides for almost a decade - but it’s through a partnership with Ford that the company will finally be able to achieve mainstream success. The two will join forces to deliver spirited performance to Vancouver (don’t let the hybrid moniker fool you. These platforms are ready to thrill, boasting a 0 to 60 time of less than three seconds expected. Lithium power will truly be redefined).
While no official list of vehicles has been provided by Ford, many believe that the brand will use Rivian to expedite its 2021 Mustang and 2020 F-150 - bringing advanced battery capabilities and all-electric strength.
Are you ready, Vancouver?
To learn more about Ford’s partnership with Rivian - or to request a test-drive in one of our current hybrid models - contact our team today.
Are you ready for class-leading performance? Ford has just revealed its 2020 Escape Hybrid - and those craving exceptional mileage and plug-in power will find much to celebrate.
According to Green Car Reports, the 2020 Escape Hybrid will redefine SUVs in North America - offering two unique engine suites that will connect drivers to the performance they crave. The standard 2.5L inline-four block will deliver unprecedented results, generating up to 209 HP; and the inclusion of a dual electric motor system will further impress, allowing this powertrain to achieve 40 MPGs on the highway. Compromise no more, Vancouver, as you rev through each mile.
In need of more than horsepower? The Escape’s second engine option will thrill. This plug-in block boasts a 14.4-kilowatt lithium-ion battery, which (when paired with the inline-four system) affords exceptional mileage. Achieve an all-electric range of 30 MPGs, and take advantage of fast-charging technology (the Level 2 port promises full battery completion in just 3.5 hours).
The 2020 Escape Hybrid will connect drivers to the power and economy they deserve - with two distinct engine options available this fall. To learn more about this platform (including further specs or financing) contact us today.
Change is coming to the hybrid market - with Ford announcing plans to pair its popular Fiesta with a new hybrid powertrain. Dynamic style will combine with efficient handling, delivering the best of all worlds to Vancouver.
According to Pocket Lint, a new Fiesta will soon roll onto the highway. Ford - in conjunction with its 2020 Mustang and F-150 hybrids - intends to fuse this platform with smart mobility, utilizing an exclusive secondary electrical system to improve mileage and drive-ranges. Beneath the hood will sit a 48-volt belt-driven integrator, which will work in tandem with the current 1.6L Ti-VCT inline-four. This will produce both an increase in torque (current ratios hover at 112 lb.-ft) and a decrease in emissions (utilizing a generator will reduce overall engine strain).
Through this, the Fiesta will deliver premium performance to the Lower Mainland - with critics anticipating a boost of up to 12% in total MPG capabilities. No official numbers have been released but these should be available soon (Ford is planning to debut its new belt-driven system later this year).
The Fiesta will soon yield hybrid functionality, branding it ideal for B.C. commuters. To learn more about this platform contact our team today.
Ready for a new generation of plug-in design? The 2020 Explorer Hybrid has been spotted - and it promises to reinvigorate the Vancouver market with its sleek SUV style.
According to AutoBlog, the new Explorer Hybrid has been making its way down the Detroit streets - without camouflage or secrecy. Ford is (finally) unveiling this platform to the public, allowing them to see what efficiency truly looks like. The sculpted body rests on five-spoke wheels. Roof rails emphasize the sporty proportions, while halogen lamps wrap around the front fenders. The mirrors are capped in black; metallic accents punctuate the doors; and molded body-side cladding delivers a sleek effect, complementing the lean panels and dual exhaust system.
Most interesting, however, is the Explorer’s side-mounted charge port - which will allow drivers to quickly power-up the platform on long trips. No official voltage specs have been released yet, but critics believe this system will pair with a 3.3L V6 and a lithium-ion battery.
The 2020 Explorer should arrive later this year, leaving mere months until Vancouver receives the latest in plug-in style. To learn more about this model (or to schedule a test-drive in one of our available hybrids) contact our team today!
Winter is still rearing its ugly head - but Vancouver drivers are already looking toward the fall. That’s when the 2020 Escape Hybrid will make its official debut, delivering class-leading performance to the highways.
According to Motor One, the new Escape Hybrid will soon enter production - and it promises to redefine the market. While details remain scarce, Ford has (finally) revealed the full engine suite for this SUV; and drivers will thrill with every spec. The two available powerpoints will be: a 1.0L three-cylinder turbocharged EcoBoost (which will generate 180 HP) and a 2.0L four-cylinder EcoBoost (which will yield 245 HP). These blocks will each be mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission, ensuring crisp SelectShift technology and optimal gear identification. This will help to reduce fuel consumption, allowing the platform to more efficiently transition between low and high power-bands.
The true value of this Escape, however, will be its hybrid motor - which will supplement both EcoBoost engines and provide lithium-ion support. Ford has yet to confirm the exact specifications of this suite, but critics anticipate that it will include automatic start-stop functionality to improve overall fuel distribution. Regenerative braking and EcoGuide assistance are also expected.
The 2020 Escape will offer two traditional engine options - and drivers will able to pair both with hybrid capability. To learn more about this platform (including available financing opportunities) contact us today.