The salesman and other staff were friendly knowledgeable and efficient.
Would recommend the dealership. I got a good deal and the selection was outstanding. I live on Vancouver Island and the price was better here.
From first contact to the end, it was a smooth and awesome experience at Key West Ford.
I inquired to the sales rep Kai through AutoTrader the day before about a 2008 Jeep Patriot. Within hours I got a response, and we scheduled a test drive next day.
Following day Kai was awesome and texted me his ETA to the dealership, and made sure I was taken care of before I even came in. The test ride was smooth, and I loved the car and price. The finance rep Gurj was also fantastic, worked around some technicalities with the financing and got me on the road in no time.
Within a few hours, everything was sealed and I drove home with the Jeep. Thank you Kai, Gurj, and everyone else who took care of me today. I appreciate the transparency, friendliness, and professionalism from everyone.
Great service from Pete & Brian
We bought two used cars, one from Brian and one from Peter. Both took their time to search for the right car and we went with each car on a test drive.
Peter Olson was very helpful with everything took his time to explain and show all.
Management team was remarkable.
This place is a friendly and amazing place to be.
Recommend to everyone that want to have a amazing experience like myself.
Great service from the staff a Key West Ford. I was surprised to pick up vehicle with a fill tank of fuel alot of dealerships don't do this anymore.
Search over !!!
Going above and beyond to satisfy
Peter, while on his day off (what salesperson ever has a day off LOL) spent the entire day trying to find the best fit for us in a used vehicle. After shovelling many cars covered in a foot of snow, we realized that Peter was willing to shovel the whole lot if we could find what we were looking for. What really impressed us was not only his knowledge of the vehicles and the new technology but his desire to find us the vehicle best suited to our needs. Peter helped us narrow down the search and test drive suitable vehicles till we found this comfortable and economical vehicle with more options than we asked for.
All the staff involved in our search were friendly, courteous and very helpful
Buying a truck from Key West Ford was a positive experience.
Buying our used truck from Key West Ford turned out to be a hassle free experience for my wife and me. The sales person, Jag Dhillon, and the two managers, Ivan Matulik and Michael Nokes, were professional, courteous and friendly. We encountered no high pressure sales tactics.
We also were appreciative of the fact that Ivan allowed us to take the truck to our own mechanic for an inspection and appraisal.
The vehicle was more than fairly priced and was in excellent mechanical shape. Their detail crew had the 2010 F150 looking like new.
We would have no problem recommending Key West Ford to others.
Review of sale service
I had an exceptional experience dealing with the whole team at key west Ford, especially Jag and Nicholas T. They went above and beyond to help us get our new vehicle!! I would recommend to others for sure.
Excellent customer service
Peter was an ideal salesman. He was friendly, helpful and put us under no pressure. We got a great deal on exactly the right car.
Ford Hybrid News For Vancouver and New Westminster B.C.
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.
The months have proven long - with the days rolling slowly into each other and the nights stretching endlessly. Hybrid fans have been waiting (anxiously, fretfully) for word of a new F-150; but the details have refused to reveal themselves. It’s been a frustrating time.
Allow us to provide some relief.
According to PickupTrucks.com, the 2020 F-150 Hybrid will soon enter production… and the possibility of pony-inspired power proves strong. Critics believe that this platform will share the same engine suite as the upcoming Mustang, with Ford pairing a traditional V8 with a dual-electric motor system. A longitudinal drivetrain is expected, evenly distributing traction between the rear wheels to promote balanced responses; and this would ensure improved efficiency, with each mile freed of over-steerage (this process plagues motorists, with unsteady handling demanding an excess of fuel).
Though Ford has yet to confirm this engine configuration for the 2020 F-150 Hybrid, critics expect to see (at least) parts of it to arrive in the Lower Mainland next year - and that will translate to class-leading economy for pick-up fans.
To learn more about the new F-150 (or to schedule a test-drive in one of our available hybrids) contact us today.
Economy has come to the crossover market - with Ford unveiling plans for its 2020 Explorer. This all-terrain beast will be tamed with smart mobility strategies, enabling drivers to achieve savings at the pump. Prepare, Vancouver, for efficient adventures.
According to Green Car Reports, the Explorer Hybrid - which is slated to begin production later this year - will redefine the road. Beneath its hood will growl a 3.3L V6. This block will be mated to both an economical 10-speed modular transmission (eliminating costly over-steerage and downshifting) and automatic start-stop technology (reducing fuel consumption by deactivating the engine while it’s in idle mode) to ensure maximum value; and critics anticipate that the platform will achieve at least 24 MPGs on the highway. This promises a 20% increase in mileage and will translate to potent savings at the pump.
Don’t fret, though, Vancouver: the 2020 Explorer Hybrid won’t compromise on capability. Green Car Reports notes that this ride will boast both rear-wheel and all-wheel drivetrains, affording dynamic responses on the backroads; and its trailering ratios will reach up to 5,000 pounds. No adventure will prove too much for it to handle.
The 2020 Explorer will shatter all expectations. To learn more about this SUV (or to schedule a test-drive in one of our current hybrid models) contact us today.
Curiosity killed the cat - but it proves kind to hybrid fans. Across Vancouver drivers are peering down the highway, trying to sneak a glance at the 2020 Escape. They’re craving bold design and class-leading efficiency; and this Ford SUV will deliver both.
According to AutoBlog, the new Escape Hybrid is on its way; and, while details remain scarce, photos have begun to trickle across the web. These images reveal a sleekly designed crossover, with supple leather materials defining the seats and headliners. A revised infotainment system anchors the dash, boasting a tablet-like SYNC 3 screen and a sleek instrumentation interface; while the air vents now feature vertical shapes that curve sharply (creating a sporty effect). Quilted inserts can be spied in the door panels; a metallic badge is centered in the steering wheel; and the cabin body appears wider than previous generations, with critics anticipating an increase of up to two inches.
The most exciting feature spied in the 2020 Escape, however, was the inclusion of a green-lit hybrid button. When pressed, this should engage Ford’s signature EcoMode technologies, transforming the expected 1.5L engine into a sustainable beast.
Want to learn about the new Escape Hybrid? Visit our dealership today for further information!
The demands of a commute are many. Every day you cycle back and forth - traveling to the office, following the same (long) stretch of road. It’s a tedious experience… and a frustrating one, with the miles wreaking havoc on your budget. You divide your time between the highway and the pump.
Ford is redefining commutes - connecting Vancouver drivers to its latest EV platform. The 2019 Fusion proves a perfect option for those seeking refuge from high station prices, with its 2.0L iVCT Atkinson-cycle engine promising class-leading economy. Take advantage of lithium-ion support and supplemental electric power, with this block utilizing sustainable performance metrics. Regenerative braking maintains optimal charge levels, while an eCVT eliminates down-shifting (creating a fluid, and efficient, experience).
Through this the 2019 Fusion can deliver 104 MPGe in the city and 91 MPGe on the highway - affording drivers a total range of 610 miles. When fully charged this platform maintains best-in-class performance, and its front-wheel system will spare operators long hours at the pump.
Curious about the new Energi’s capabilities? Visit our dealership today to request further information about this EV - and don’t hesitate to schedule a test-drive with our team as well.
The future of hybrid performance is revving closer - with Ford unveiling plans for its latest pony powerhouse. Recent patent applications have surfaced, revealing a series of engine upgrades that will redefine efficiency.
According to Hot Cars, Ford is planning to reinvigorate the hybrid market - fusing it with a Mustang by 2021. While official details about this platform remain scarce, critics have managed to secure some tantalizing patent images; and these promise a dynamic powertrain for Vancouver drivers. A V8 engine is expected for this coupe, with diagrams showing that it will connect directly to the rear to provide signature pony handling. Two electric motors, however, are expected to flank the block; and these will instead funnel power to the front, assuring all-wheel capability.
This, Hot Cars believes, will allow the new Mustang to dominate the hybrid market - fusing V8 strength with AWD efficiency. The platform will deliver the best of all worlds, branding it ideal for work or play. The inclusion of a first-reduction gear box and regenerative braking technology will further enhance the experience.
No official release date has been given for the Mustang Hybrid - but, with the patents already filed, critics believe that it will arrive by the end of next year. To learn more about it (or to request a test-drive in one of our current pony models) contact our team today.
They boast no similarities - the sport coupe and the SUV. One emphasizes highway speed; the other delivers all-terrain power; and never shall the two share a drivetrain… or will they?
According to Ford Authority, they might. Critics report that the Big Blue Oval is planning to pair its 2021 Mustang Hybrid with a sport utility sensibility, drawing inspiration from the new Lincoln Aviator. Despite the stark differences between these two platforms, it’s considered likely that they’ll deliver the same high-output performance. A 3.0L V6 engine is anticipated, which will combine twin-turbochargers with an electric supplemental motor. A 10-speed automatic transmission will yield agile handling, while a regenerative braking system will bolster every mile (maintaining optimal lithium-ion levels by channeling the car’s kinetic energy back into the battery pack).
This, Ford Authority claims, will allow the 2021 Mustang Hybrid to dominate on the highway - with 450 HP and 600 lb.-ft of torque anticipated. It will bring the Aviator’s massive block to the sport coupe market, enabling the platform to sail past its competitors.
Are you excited?
The Mustang Hybrid is slated for a late 2020 release. To learn more about this model contact our team today!
Practice makes perfect - and Ford is fully embracing this philosophy, sending its 2020 Transit Hybrid on yet another test-run in Cologne. For months the Big Blue Oval has been experimenting with EcoBoost technology, pitting its latest PHEV against a series of rigorous urban challenges. It’s demanded that an electric powertrain accommodate the surge of German traffic, accepting neither compromises nor excuses; and it’s observed every mile with the greatest of care, examining each piece of analytical data gleaned from the integrated Smart Guide monitors.
Why has Ford implemented such stringent testing procedures?
Green Car Congress explains that the brand intends to bring its 2020 Transit Hybrid to North America - but only when it’s ready. For a year Ford has been testing this platform in Germany, pushing its advanced powertrain (which pairs a 1.0L EcoBoost engine with a 14-kWh liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery pack) to the limits. It’s perfected an extended drive-range, earning up to 310 miles per single full charge; and its pioneering of ULEV technology has assured up to 31 miles of emission-free technology.
This allows the Transit to serve as the ultimate urban option - enabling drivers to accommodate both commercial and residential demands without generating excess vapors. The 240-volt battery will instead optimize all operations, assuring an environmentally-friendly commute.
Ford recognizes the importance of reducing carbon footprints - and it’s ensuring that the new Transit proves ready for the challenge.
To learn more about when this hybrid will make its Vancouver debut contact our team today!
The new year is upon us - but F-Series fans are sparing no thoughts for January resolutions and midnight countdowns. Instead they’re peering toward the horizon, trying to catch a glimpse of the 2020 F-150 Hybrid. This pick-up (which has been shrouded in secrecy) is making its way steadily closer to Vancouver; and fans are eager to sneak a peek at what it has to offer.
Let us make this a far simpler task.
According to TFL Truck, the 2020 F-150 Hybrid will deliver segment-defining capability. Rumors persist that this platform will share the same powertrain as the new Lincoln Aviator - with a 3.0L twin-turbo V6 pairing with an electric motor. Performance metrics remain vague, but critics anticipate up to 450 HP and 600 lb.-ft of torque; and the inclusion of a modular 10-speed automatic transmission will further impress, offering seamless mid-gear transfer technology.
At the heart of the F-150 will be an advanced battery - with the TFL Truck team noting a potential size of 24-kWh. This will enable drivers to supplement traditional torque, fusing each rev with both regenerative braking and lithium-ion strength.
While Ford has yet to confirm these specs, excitement for them is growing - and we anticipate that this powertrain will serve as the driving force of the new hybrid movement.
What do you think, Vancouver? Is this the next generation of F-Series performance? Share your opinions with us today!
Responsible driving doesn’t come naturally - with your teen eager to slip behind the wheel, sacrificing good sense for fast speeds. She wants to experience the thrill of the open road… and you fear this will come with a dangerous price.
Ford understands your concern - and this is why it’s paired the 2019 Fusion Energi with exclusive MyKey technology.
The Big Blue Oval is bringing safety to Vancouver, adding MyKey software to its latest Fusion. This feature proves crucial for young drivers, pairing their travels with a series of preventive technologies:
Speed Regulation: set a top-MPH limit on the Fusion, ensuring teens don’t exceed either national regulations or your own desires. Four available modes allow for custom moderation, keeping the redline at 65, 70, 75, or 80 miles-per-hour.
Reminders: should your child forgot to fasten her seat-belt, the MyKey system will release a series of chimes… and it won't stop until the issue is resolved.
Early Warnings: when the Fusion’s fuel tank has only 75 miles remaining an audible alert will be given. This will afford teens more time to locate a station and avoid any potential issues.
The MyKey system is intended to teach smart driving behaviors - and provide parents with peace of mind. To learn more about how this system will impact your teen’s travels contact us today!