We appreciated the telephone information provided by Jeff Upton when we were inquiring about a used truck. We needed to determine whether it had the heavy duty towing capabilities that we needed. Jeff went out of his way to do some digging to determine the vehicle's tow capacity and he provided helpful information that we could use to assess other vehicles as we continued our search. That vehicle didn't work out but we subsequently came in to look at another and was served by Peter Olson. He did a great job on intro and test drive, and again, did some backchecking with Nissan to determine if this vehicle had a factory installed tow package. We felt that the negotiation and pricing was fair and we didn't get the high pressure sales tactics that I hate so much. When we came back to pick up the vehicle the next day, Peter had gone out of his way to have the tow hitch, which was really rusty, painted! A real value-add and a pleasant surprise. Nick was great to deal with for the contract signing, very pleasant.
Promised great service and delivered.
Shopping a used sporty SUV for my wife met with Robert Klaus who did a great job on intro and test drive. Came back next day and completed the deal with Micheal and Michelle in finance. Peter Olson worked with Robert behind the scenes coordinating the whole adventure. Painless process, friendly low pressure easy to deal with folks. the whole team came out to see my wife off in her new car including all the management team and the owner himself, all stood there in the pouring rain to watch her drive away! Highly recommend Robert and Peter if youre out car shopping. old fashioned personal service gets it done.
My experience at Key West Ford
I will share here my experience with Key West Ford. I have spent more than 7 hours with Mr. Peter olson (salesman), he was incredibly patient with me, showed me more than 12 possibilities of vehicles (in my budget). After we pick some cars he took me to do 5 test drives with the vehicles what really helped me so much on my choice.
Today I just pick up my car at Key West Ford just all clean (little issues on the vehicle were fixed just as promissed to me) and with fuel only for me to drive. I would like to thank Mr Peter Olsen and Key West Ford Team.
Thank you so much.
Great service and price
Jeff spent a long time with us and was very friendly and patient without being pushy. We purchased a used car, and on delivery he noticed a warning light in the dash. The dealership took care of it promptly. After driving for a few weeks we’re very happy with our car. Highly recommended!
Friendly, honest and fast.
Sasha was great to deal with. He was informative, friendly and fun to deal with. He wasnt pushy at all. They were fair about pricing and the whole process was easy and quick. Nicholas who did my fianancing was a pleasure to deal with and I would have to say overall this was the best experience buying a new vehicle I have had.
Outstanding Customer Service & Popcorn
From the second I pulled into the parking lot the experience started... I was greeted as soon as I exit my vehicle and was shown vehicles that I was interested in... Customer Service is key for me and when I didn't received it to my standards at another dealership which was closer to home, I decided to try Key West Ford... I am happy to say that I made a smart decision and needless to say I left with a new vehicle that I'm very happy with... If you are looking for a new vehicle I highly recommend Key West Ford...
Organized and Quick
Second time buying a new truck with the guys at Key West Ford. I'm a busy person and they worked hard while I was unavailable to finalize my truck purchase. Peter Olson worked especially hard for me and I received what I asked for. Thank you!
The salesman was nice
I was so pleased with my experience here. I had my kids with me and it could have been worse. Arash was lovely to deal with. I didn’t feel like the manager really got us.
Great Better then before. Keep the good work up.
It was a great pleasure to have a sales person care about me as a client. The other workers at Keywest Ford were very present to deal with too. In the past the after care service was not good. Keywest has change for the the better. Sales people like Peter Olson are need in the car sales industry. Peter went above and beyond to make my experience to be a great one. I would recommend if you are look for a vehicle to go see Peter at Keywest ford. The team members At Keywest ford were very different to deal with compared to my last few experiences. The new team were great. Keep the good work up.
Ford Hybrid News For Vancouver and New Westminster B.C.
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!
With the release of the 2019 Fusion Energi, all excitement has been tailored toward a drive-range - with critics gleefully noting an electric boost. Ford has enhanced this platform’s lithium-ion capabilities, pushing its 9-kWH battery to 25 miles on a single charge. This pairs perfectly with the complementary 2.0L Atkinson-cycle engine and ensures class-leading capability, with 109 MPGe (city) and 97 MPGe (highway) guaranteed.
The new Fusion Energi offers more than mere mileage, however. Instead Ford has brought comfort to Vancouver, tailoring this platform’s interior with the greatest of care. Sport seats boast leather trims, providing a supple experience. Advanced heating and cooling functions bolster the cushions, while 10-way power adjusters allow for custom alignments. Lumbar support cradles the body, and memory settings maintain optimal recline/tilt positions for each rider. Dual-zone automatic climate controls further improve every adventure, offering precise temperatures and air particulation functionality.
Despite its hybrid profile, the 2019 Energi also delivers space to the Lower Mainland - with its cabin featuring 44.3-inches of legroom in the front and 38.2-inches in the rear. This allows passengers to sprawl comfortably through each mile.
Want to experience electric value? Visit our dealership today to learn more about the new Fusion!
Good looks aren’t everything - but they certainly don’t hurt. This is why Ford has paired its 2019 Fusion Hybrid Titanium with more than mere efficiency, instead sculpting the exterior to impress. This platform will no longer be praised solely for its Atkinson-cycle abilities.
With the release of the new Fusion Hybrid Titanium Ford is delivering bold style to Vancouver. This sedan features a sleek profile, measuring 192-inches long, 75-inches wide, and 58-inches high. 18-inch aluminum wheels boast painted pockets and all-season treads, while rocker moldings emphasize the trim side panels. A chrome mesh grille is flanked by LED headlamps; body-colored front and rear bumpers mold seamlessly against the sharp frame; and a decklid spoiler injects a sporty effect.
To further enhance the Fusion’s design Ford offers exclusive clear-coat finishes. These options - which are available in Ruby Red, White Platinum, and Rich Copper - add a metallic sheen, perfectly complementing the chrome-accented door handles and capped side-view mirrors. They bring depth to every line.
Want to take a peek at the 2019 Fusion Hybrid Titanium? Visit our dealership today! We’ll gladly introduce you to the next-generation of sedan style, as well as provide spec comparisons and financial assistance.
Speed is no longer denied to hybrid fans - with Ford instead proving that all-wheel power is both possible and sustainable. With the release of the 2020 Explorer Interceptor (a custom-tuned police cruiser), the Big Blue Oval is redefining all expectations; and the impact is certain to ripple throughout the entire marketplace.
According to Hot Cars, the 2020 Interceptor will soon prowl the streets of North America - infusing the justice system with class-crushing capability. This hybrid (which pairs a 3.0L EcoBoost V6 with a lithium-ion battery pack) generates a top-speed ratio of 150 MPH. This brands it the fastest EV option on the market, besting traditional V8s with ease; and it assures potent power, with critics anticipating up to 304 HP and 279 lb.-ft of torque.
What does this mean for Vancouver? Hot Cars believes that Ford’s quest for segment-leading performance will be felt across the entire hybrid world - rather than just remaining contained to the Interceptor. The brand has recently made a push for all-electric domination, investing more than $11 billion in lithium technology and auto start-stop capabilities; and it’s announced plans to add up to 40 new plug-in models to its fleet. It’s possible that this police car may be tailored for the public in some form.
That would translate to impressive capability - with the 2020 Explorer Interceptor destroying the previous speed record of 137 MPH. Are you ready for top-tier performance, Vancouver?
To learn more about the Interceptor contact us today.
The future is green, Vancouver - with Ford emphasizing hybrid technology and smart mobility. The Big Blue Oval is investing both its time and finances (an estimated $11 billion) in lithium-ion platforms; and drivers will soon reap the rewards, with a 2020 Mondeo proving the next major release.
Will it come to Vancouver? Let’s find out!
According to Wards Auto, the 2020 Mondeo Hybrid is currently scheduled to join Ford’s European fleet. The platform - which will feature a practical four-door profile - should make its arrival next fall, connecting drivers to superior performance. Anchored by a 2.0L Atkinson-Cycle engine, this EV option will yield 187 HP. A 1.4-kWh lithium-ion battery will provide supplemental support, utilizing exclusive air-cooled technology to promote steady power; while regenerative braking will bolster every sequence, replenishing 90% of all kinetic energy and reducing block strain. These features will combine for a sustainable highway experience (no official MPG specs have been released but expect an increase of at least 10% from the previous generation).
The Mondeo will allow drivers to achieve the performance they crave - and, naturally, the Vancouver market proves intrigued by this hybrid. Sadly, however, Wards Auto reports that Ford is focusing their attentions on Europe at the moment. There are no current plans to bring the platform overseas.
This might, however, change if success is earned in the United Kingdom (we could see the Mondeo launched under a new name here, as is often custom with Ford’s international marques).
What do you think, Vancouver? Is this station wagon a viable option for you? Share your opinions with us today!
Across the hybrid market comes a whirl of activity - with critics sharing specs, their conversations dominating message boards and dealerships alike. The 2021 Mustang will soon arrive, they claim; and it’s bringing a dynamic new style with it.
According to Motor One, Ford has just unveiled its upcoming Mustang Hybrid - sort of. During an ad for the latest pony fleet, the Big Blue Oval briefly flashes to an unnamed platform. The camera quickly sails across its lean body, offering a tantalizing glimpse of a revised grille; and then… it’s gone.
Critics needed no more than this few seconds of footage, though, to declare the mystery car a new hybrid. This, they say, is the pony we’ve all been waiting for.
We hope they’re right.
If the prediction prove true, the 2021 Mustang Hybrid will be a stylish option - blending a scooped hood with dark-tinted glass. Black-framed halogen headlamps will anchor the front, emphasizing the bullet-like fenders; while an illuminated pony glows in the center of the hexagonal grille. The mirrors are capped, and the bumpers mold precisely against the body to create a seamless look.
Is this the future of hybrid styling? We have our fingers crossed.
What do you think, Vancouver? Could this be the electric Mustang? Share your opinions with us today!
Confidence proves a rare emotion on the downtown streets - with you constantly gripping the steering wheel, glancing frantically at the mirror. The cars that surround you are moving in an awkward stop-and-go rhythm; and you feel uneasy with every rev.
Ford understands your concerns - which is why it’s paired the 2019 Fusion Hybrid fleet with the innovative Co-Pilot 360 suite.
With the release of the new Fusion Hybrid Ford embraces safety. This class-leading line-up (which includes the Platinum and SE) boasts advanced security protocols, ensuring smooth responses and quick decelerations. The Co-Pilot 360 system anchors each mile with Automatic Emergency Braking, seamlessly detecting when obstacles are approaching via integrated sensors and activating the ABS as needed. Lane-Keeping Assist gently maneuvers the platform back into place, while high-beams instantly engage in low-light environments. A blind-spot information console observes both traffic and pedestrians, noting when impediments approach from the side; and a rearview camera yields wide-angle views and high-definition streaming.
To further enhance safety, this system also boasts available adaptive cruise control - which regulates the Fusion’s performance, quickly assessing acceleration patterns from passing vehicles and adjusting the power-band accordingly. This maintains crucial distance between bumpers and affords drivers more time to react to a potential accident.
The 2019 Fusion Hybrid brings peace-of-mind to Vancouver. To learn more about this platform and its Co-Pilot 360 system contact us today.