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!
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.
Excellent customer service!
Highly recommend Peter Olsen for sales. Super helpful and very authentic. Definitely one of my best experiences thus far.
Thank You, Peter!
very good service
I bought the truck by phone after finding it on line. Everyone there was very helpful once I got there. Robert Klaus is excellent and does great follow up to answer any questions.
Key West purchase
The sales staff were not pushy,when a decision was made everything went quickly , and they were helpful in getting me back to the dealership to pick up the truck
Sasha was very helpful from the start. He went above and beyond our expectations. Purchasing our car was an overall pleasant experience. I highly recommend him.
Jordan and Dana
Sasha went well above and beyond the norm
On several occasions Sasha Ruban took part of his time off and devoted it to helping us in every way possible to ensure we ere happy with our purchase of a used vehicle. I will recommend him to anyone looking for a new or used car. Thanks again for your help Sasha
sasha is very knowledgeable prfessional and courteous
I was very surprised to see how quick i was approved for financing and how cheap the paymetns are. The staff sre very uofront and straight forward with you they are very understing of eceryones individual situation
Best in the biz!
Sasha Ruban will provide the best car buying experience you could ever fathom. He is well experienced and extremely passionate about what he does! Am going back to Sasha for the future!
Latest Ford news from Key West ford, Vancouver And New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada
The next generation of power has arrived - with Ford unveiling its 2019 Mustang to the Vancouver market. Fused with the Level Two Performance Pack, this pony is ready to leave the corral and dominate the competition.
According to Road and Track, the 2019 Mustang delivers staggering V8 capability - with its GT variant paired with the Level Two Package. This suite is engineered to thrill, emphasizing quicksilver responses with every mile. Anchoring the chassis is a set of Michelin Pilot Sport Cup tires, which yield all-season treading and study sidewalls; while adaptive dampers stabilize each rev. The suspension has been stiffened by 20%, providing greater tensile strength through its coil-spring design; and the dual roll-bars have also been enhanced to promote balanced handling, with their smooth articulations helping to reduce friction and improve control. A chin splitter sluices away air to ensure aerodynamic performance, and a rear spoiler counters any uneven curves.
These features then pair with a six-speed manual transmission - which enables the 2019 Mustang to provide custom gear performance. Drivers can quickly identify the best ratios for each terrain, taking full advantage of the 5.0L V8.
Are you impressed?
The Ford Performance Pack promises dynamic rides on every road. To learn more about this option contact our team today.
Meek power defines the family market - with every sedan delivering weak revs and muted performance, saddled with engines that simply can’t impress. These platforms are intended to provide smooth miles. Nothing else, it’s argued, matters.
According to Motor One, the Big Blue Oval wants to redefine family fun - bringing Mustang power to the sedan segment. A four-door pony is on its way!
We’ll give you a moment to process this.
Critics report that Ford wishes to expand the reach of its beloved Mustang - and, to do this, it will transform the wheelbase from a coupe to a four-door sedan. The body will be elongated, sharing similar characters with the Fusion (early spec estimates suggest that it will span 192-inches in length, 75-inches in width, and 58-inches in height); and premium comfort features, including leather materials and power-adjustable seating, are expected.
Most impressive, however, is Ford’s dedication to performance. Despite its four-door shape, this Mustang will still deliver power - with a turbocharged V8 engine anticipated. No metrics have yet been released, but the Motor One team believes that this platform will surpass the 2018 Audi A7 (which generates 340 HP and 369 lb.-ft of torque).
Are you ready, Vancouver?
To learn more about this Mustang contact us today.
A picture is worth a thousand words - but we somehow think that number will prove insufficient for Ford fans as they stare at six generations of Mustangs. The Motor One team has just revealed an exclusive image, highlighting the pony-car’s design evolution; and watching this platform transform into the best-in-class beast it is today demands more than few simple sentences.
Excuse us while we cheer.
Motor One has just unveiled its latest drawing - displaying all six incarnations of the Mustang together. Pony-fans can now see their favorite models (from the original 1964 fastback to the modern cruiser), all showcased in a detailed slideshow.
First Generation: 1964 to 1973.
Vehicle Highlight: A chin spoiler was included with the original model, allowing for more aerodynamic handling and improved air resistance.
Second Generation: 1974 to 1978.
Vehicle Highlight: Ford fused this platform with electric power steering, promoting tighter turn ratios and smoother column movements.
Third Generation: 1979 to 1993.
Vehicle Highlight: This platform rested on a Fox Unibody chassis, delivering increased structural strength and rigidity.
Fourth Generation: 1994 to 2004.
Vehicle Highlight: The introduction of a Modular 4.6L V8 sent this pony revving down the lane, with its 90-degree configuration promoting 225 HP and 290 lb.-ft of torque.
Fifth Generation: 2005 to 2014.
Vehicle Highlight: By adding Brembo Brakes to this Mustang, Ford ensured peerless stoppage. Their vented designs and ABS functionality allowed for responsive handling on even the tightest turns.
Sixth Generation: 2015 to Present.
Vehicle Highlight: The EcoBoost engine emphasizes superior economy, allowing this twin-turbo pony to achieve up to 21 MPGs in the city and 32 MPGs on the highway.
Each Mustang generation yields dynamic style and innovative tech - propelling the fastback market toward new speeds. Share your favorite models with our team today!
With exceptional power comes a need for superior control. Vancouver drivers yearn for high speeds and nimble cornering - but they know that a slow-shifting transmission will undermine every rev, leaving them stuttering down the highway. Precision is required with each mile.
Ford agrees. That’s why it’s fused the 2019 Mustang Bullitt with a class-leading transmission.
According to Bloomberg, the new Bullitt proves deft on every road - with its 5.0L V8 engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission. This box yields peerless control. A short gear ratio allows for immediate sequencing, with drivers able to launch from 0 to 60 in just four seconds; while positive internal shift stops synchronize each setting and deliver tight performance. An integrated collar ensures smooth teeth movements; and rev-matching technology eliminates jerky transitions, allowing the system to crisply respond to changing pavement grades.
This, Bloomberg explains, promotes a class-shattering experience - with the 2019 Mustang Bullitt purring through every mile. Its standard six-speed gear box yields impressive handling; and this allows drivers to reap the benefits of 460 HP and 420 lb.-ft of torque.
Want to learn more? Contact our dealership for further information about the new Bullitt!
Pony performance never goes out of style - with V8 engines proving timeless and rear-wheel-drivetrains remaining ever-relevant. This is the truth known by all Mustang devotees… especially those who favor the Mach 1 marquee.
We count ourselves among that happy few.
TheTop Speed team recently slid behind the wheel of Ford’s signature pony - gripping the reins in tight anticipation. The Mach 1 (which originally served as an alternative to the Chevrolet Camaro) was a beast when it roared down the highway in 1969; and they knew very little had changed. With a turn of the ignition they flew across the pavement, leaving a trail of dust in their wake.
The original Mach 1 still proves a powerhouse. Beneath its hood stomps a 7.0L Cobra Jet V8, which generates 335 HP and 400 lb.-ft of torque. An available Ramair intake system yields impressive valve control, while a cast-iron camshaft proves durable against the surge of a 4,600 RPM redline. A traction-lock rear axle promotes stable handling, automatically engaging with 3.91 precision; and the inclusion of a custom-tuned suspension ensures that every rev is perfectly controlled, with the platform able to smoothly transition from straightaways to sharp curves.
The Mach 1 Mustang’s engine suite delivers undeniable power - allowing drivers to blitz from 0 to 60 in less than six seconds. This, Top Speed explains, ensures a first-place finish in any century.
What do you think, Vancouver? Is that Mach 1 destined for a revival? Share your opinions with us today!
The user experience defines each mile - with sport coupes judged not only for their speed but for their convenience. Divers demand more than pure power. Instead seamless interfacing proves key.
It comes as no surprise, therefore, that the 2018 Mustang GT reigns supreme among the fastback market.
Noted industry leader, Wards Auto, has just revealed its UX Winners. This prestigious list highlights vehicles across every vertical - SUVs, sedans, and sport coupes - and showcases the best in technology. Ford secured a top-ten finish with its 2018 GT… and we know why.
This pony is primed to impress. Inside its cabin discover an eight-inch LCD display screen - which combines capacitive touch capabilities with voice-activated commands to simplify interfacing. The SYNC infotainment console offers wireless Bluetooth connections, allowing drivers to control social feeds and real-time search data; while available Apple CarPlay and Android Auto software provides custom smartphone engagements (use these programs to stream text messages, access media files, and interact with your contact list). 12-volt powerpoints flank the dash, while dual USB ports promise ample digital options.
To further delight, the 2018 Mustang GT also boasts the Track Apps feature - an exclusive display that enables drivers to define each mile. Its configurable screen showcases both G-Force metrics and acceleration times, monitoring the platform’s performance capabilities; while a seamless push-button design yields access to Electronic Line Lock and Launch Control functions. Assess every rev with ease.
The 2018 GT emphasizes user convenience. To learn more about this platform contact us today.
The highway looms before you - all straight lines and smooth angles. It begs to be conquered but, with every press of the pedal, your car proves ill-equipped for the task. No track-ready coupe do you have. Instead it’s a self-restrained sedan that can barely muster a rev.
This, Ford thinks, must change - which is why it’s paired its 2019 Mustang Bullitt with a dynamic engine.
As The Drive explains, the Bullitt proves ready for any mile. Peek beneath the hood (if you dare) and find a 5.0L V8. This Ti-VCT powerpoint delivers 460 HP and 420 lb.-ft of torque, with its redline rumbling to 7,000 RPMs. Revised PCM calibrations define the block, fusing every sequence with precise electronic control; while a 12.0:1 compression ratio promises quicksilver combustion responses. Roller finger followers bolster the valve processes, ensuring that intake levels remain optimal; and Rev Matching technology anchors each shift of the transmission, letting this pony deftly identify the correct gear ratios for changing pavement grades.
Performance is no longer a luxury. It’s instead a guarantee, with the 2019 Bullitt impressing with every roar of the accelerator. The Drive notes that this platform can achieve a 0 to 60 run of approximately four seconds - leaving a trail of smoke and envious stares behind.
Want to discover full-throttle fun this summer? Visit our dealership today to learn more about the new Mustang Bullitt.
It’s a clamor for power. Across North America drivers demand high speeds and deft cornering - wanting to sample performance typically reserved for those on the circuit scene. The 2019 Mustang Bullitt, therefore, proves an enviable option: allowing those who slip behind the wheel to blaze down each street.
It also, however, delivers comfort.
As The Drive explains, the new Mustang Bullitt proves more than a mere powerhouse (though its 460 HP and 420 lb.-ft of torque will thrill). This V8 platform also boasts an impressive cabin, allowing passengers to receive commute-worthy comfort. Leather-trimmed seating offers plush cushions; while heating and cooling functions provide custom climate control. Power lumbar support assures ergonomic angles, with six-way adjusters seamlessly cradling the spine; and configurable head restraints maintain optimal neck positionings. Optional memory technology further delights, connecting riders to one-touch access to their preferred settings; and an integrated foot-rest helps to lessen muscle tension, letting drivers stretch their legs during those stop-and-go traffic surges.
Anchoring the cabin is a dual-zone automatic temperature console - which pairs multiple vents with an integrated particulate filter. This promotes steady streams of air, with all allergens stripped away to ensure a more comfortable environment.
The 2019 Bullitt isn’t merely robust. It’s instead tailored for everyday experiences - branding it a perfect driver compromise. To learn more about this Ford platform contact our team!
There’s a new pony in the Ford corral. The 2019 Mustang has just revved into the stables - promising class-leading power and unbridled performance. It has no equal on the highway; and drivers are anxious to take the reins, wanting to tame this EcoBoost beast.
Don’t change your saddle just yet, Vancouver. The previous pony generation still has much to offer.
As The Drive explains, the 2018 Mustang GT promises smooth performance - boasting an advanced MagneRide suspension. Electronically-controlled dampers anchor the chassis, utilizing integrated sensors to monitor the pitch of the vehicle. Every minute yields 1,000 individual assessments; and, should traction levels prove less than optimal, seamless adjustments will be made, with the system engaging the independent rear suspension. The integral links will activate, delivering improved tension; and this will allow for enhanced cornering, with a locking differential automatically compensating for roll rates and trajectory.
Through this, the 2018 Mustang GT offers nimble handling with every mile - taking advantage of its newly-tuned 5.0L V8 (this engine now yields 460 HP, compared to its predecessor’s 435 HP) and 10-speed automatic transmission.
None can deny the pavement-rattling power of the 2019 Mustang - but don’t put its older sibling out to pasture yet. The GT still has much to offer.
There are three certainties in life - death, taxes, and a rear-wheel Mustang. Since 1965 Ford has paired its beloved pony with sport-tuned performance, emphasizing balanced handling and improved pitch. This is the way of things.
That way may soon change.
According to The Driver, Ford is considering fusing its 2021 pony fleet with all-wheel capability. Despite forever favoring a RWD, the Big Blue Oval wants to push its Mustang to the limits; and this will include changing the platform’s architecture. The seventh generation model should boast a new design, with engineers drawing inspiration from the Explorer (the dimensions will remain in tact, but the chassis will be rebuilt to emphasize a squarer block and a more robust fender styling).
This, Ford argues, will allow the Mustang to deliver improved handling - with its impressive torque (up to 420 lb.-ft) more evenly distributed among the wheels. The inclusion of an AWD will help to heighten the car’s overall speed, eliminating over-steerage and enhancing cornering. Overall power outputs could increase by more than 10%.
Perhaps change isn’t such a bad thing, after all.
To learn more about the 2021 Mustang - or to schedule a test-drive in one of our current models - contact us today!