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
Redefine the aftermarket experience in the 2019 Ranger. Ford - in partnership with Yakima - is bringing custom performance to the Lower Mainland, introducing drivers to a dynamic suite of add-on options. Fuse every mile with premium parts (which can be purchased directly from dealerships, ensuring complete pick-up convenience).
According to The Drive, Ford wants to propel its 2019 Ranger toward the top of the sales chart - and, to do this, it’s embracing bespoke style. The Big Blue Oval has joined with noted aftermarket tuner, Yakima, to create a series of optional features. Front-mounted tow hooks promise seamless payloads, while bed racks now line the sides to deliver ample storage. Unique carrier units can accommodate every summer toy, adapting to bicycles, canoes, and kayaks; and a tent holder allows adventurers to effortlessly haul even the largest inflatables. Rooftop bars boast exclusive double-hinge designs, letting them accept luggage and sporting equipment with equal ease; while long-arm tailgate extensions promote endless spacial possibilities.
The 2019 Ranger can be tailored to each driver’s specific needs - with Yakima accessories promising custom support. To learn more about the available aftermarket options (or to request further information about Ford’s pick-up fleet) contact us today.
SEMA has come to an end - but critics are still reeling from Ford’s many showcases. The Big Blue Oval dazzled in Las Vegas, delivering a collection of coupes, crossovers, and concept cars that defied all expectations.
It was, however, the introduction of the 2019 Ranger Pre-Runner that left audiences most captivated.
According to The Drive, Ford has unleashed its latest Ranger on the automotive world. During SEMA the 2019 Pre-Runner roared onto the stage, promising off-road performance for every driver. An electronic differential anchors the rear, seamlessly engaging to promote balanced handling; while custom-tuned shock absorbers yield smooth handling. Skid plates line the chassis, shielding both the transfer case and the fuel tank from debris; and all-terrain tires shred each mile. Tow hooks are integrated along the front bumper, while side-steps ensure quick entry into the raised cabin (a two-inch lift is estimated).
To further delight, the 2019 Pre-Runner also boasts a FOX suspension - which delivers coil-over precision and deft articulation. This truck can maneuver through even the toughest conditions with ease.
The new Ranger proved a dynamic addition to the SEMA stage - and we can only hope that Ford revs this platform onto the Vancouver backroads. To learn more about it contact us today!
Caution, the critics warn. The return of the 2019 Ranger could prove disastrous - with F-Series success undermined and all charts upended. This Ford pick-up could redefine the entire Vancouver sales market.
Don’t panic, critics. We’ll all be fine.
According to Car Scoops, Ford is well-aware of the predictions looming over its latest Ranger - with critics certain that this mid-size platform will interfere with F-Series sales. This, the brand argues, simply isn’t true. As Joe Hinrichs (President of Global Operations) explains: “The F-150’s gotten bigger over time and more expensive. We believe there’s room now to slot the Ranger in very nicely in the showroom… There always will be some substitution, but this is more of a lifestyle vehicle for people who want to use it for different purposes.”
The Ranger, Ford assures, will serve as an alternative to the F-150 - bringing a leaner (and meaner) sensibility to every mile. Anchored by a 2.3L EcoBoost, this pick-up will generate 270 HP and 310 lb.-ft of torque. A 10-speed automatic transmission will deliver SelectShift precision, while the aluminum body will promote rugged capability. Optional bash plates will protect the undercarriage from debris; all-terrain tires will rip through even the toughest conditions; and the inclusion of Trail Control technology will promote seamless handling, with custom speed ratios and intuitive braking applications allowing for smooth navigation.
The 2019 Ranger will prove a perfect addition to the market - and we can’t wait to test it out.
To learn more about this Ford pick-up contact us today!
It’s been an agonizing wait. For months you’ve scoured the Internet - trying to scrounge up the meagerest of specs, looking for the tiniest shreds of information. Your quest has proven futile, however, and what you’ve learned about the 2019 Ranger amounts to little more than nothing.
We think it’s time for a change.
According to Cars.com, specs for the 2019 Ranger have finally been revealed - with Ford offering a list of available configurations. Rejoice, Vancouver, at the promise of three distinct trim levels: the XL, XLT, and Lariat. Each will boast the option of a Crew (five-foot bed) or Extended (six-foot bed) profile, with both 4x2 and 4x4 drivetrains also offered. Through this, the Big Blue Oval will allow consumers to define their performance needs, delivering a fully customizable chassis.
To further impress, the standard engine for the 2019 Ranger has been confirmed - with each trim mated to a 2.3L four-cylinder. Though no performance specs have been released, critics believe this powerpoint will deliver a similar range to the Explorer (280 HP and 310 lb.-ft of torque). A 10-speed automatic transmission will ensure dynamic handling, while the inclusion of a turbocharger will bolster speed. This compact truck should prove a nimble force on the highway.
Want to learn more? Contact our team today for further information about the new Ranger!
Mark your calendars, Vancouver. Ford has just announced the ordering date for its 2019 Ranger… and there’s no time to waste.
According to TFL Truck, Ford will begin accepting orders for its new Ranger on August 13th (this will provide the brand enough time to prepare for its production process, which is currently scheduled for November). This leaves drivers mere months to plan for the ultimate compact.
The 2019 Ranger will deliver premium performance. Boasting a 2.3L EcoBoost engine (which is rumored to generate between 310 HP and 350 HP), the truck will accommodate any adventure. Ford’s new 10-speed automatic transmission will anchor the chassis, ensuring crisp gear transitions; while an electronic locking differential will pair with Terrain Management technology to adapt to changing inclines, utilizing advanced sensors to detect, and respond to, the miles. Two-wheel and four-wheel drivetrain configurations will be offered to ensure custom traction; and the inclusion of a steel bed will help to counter every payload, protecting the truck against dents and dings with ease.
The Ranger will prove a rugged addition to the Vancouver market - and we know our customers will soon slip behind the wheel. To learn more about this platform (as well as the ordering process) contact our team today.
Performance should no know bounds - and yet Vancouver drivers find themselves staring toward the distance, devastated that a compact powerhouse awaits just beyond the horizon line. The 2018 Ford Ranger WildTrak has made its United Kingdom debut… and now a question looms over B.C.: will the truck ever come here?
We’re not sure.
As The Drive explains, the new WildTrak has just entered production in the U.K. - serving as a double-cab successor to the popular Ranger Midnight Edition. The truck has already been met with great acclaim, with critics praising its robust engine (a 3.2L TDCi diesel, which yields 197 HP) and its smooth performance (with a six-speed automatic transmission promising nimble handling). The 4x4 drivetrain has also impressed, combining a sport-tuned suspension with integrated Terrain Management technology. This platform is ready to tackle every road.
Will it, however, come to Vancouver?
The Drive team isn’t certain. Currently, there are no plans to bring the WildTrak to North America - but consumer interest has never been higher for compact platforms. This (when coupled with the positive response to the original Ranger’s return) could translate into an assembly line shift. It’s possible that Ford will test this platform on the B.C. streets before the year is up.
We have our fingers crossed.
To learn more about the 2018 WildTrak 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.
It’s a collection of rumors - with critics, analysts, and enthusiasts all sharing their favorite speculations. The 2019 Ranger is coming, and the days preceding its arrival seemed destined to be filled with possibilities.
Allow us to instead deliver realities.
According to The Dayton Daily News, Ford has just revealed details for its 2019 Ranger - and these should impress far more than any rumor. Beneath the hood of this compact pick-up will rest a 2.3L EcoBoost four-cylinder engine (similar to the one found in the current Mustang). The old manual transmission has been replaced by a 10-speed automatic to promote crisp handling, while the inclusion of a Terrain Management System will allow drivers to smoothly conquer every mile: instantly adjusting torque to ensure steady traction. Bed lengths will include both five-feet and six-feet configurations; and the available 4x4 powertrain will improve stability, automatically sensing wheel slippage and engaging the rear differential.
Hear that? It’s the sound of pick-up fans cheering.
While no official release date has been provided for the 2019 Ranger, Ford has confirmed that it will arrive sometime next spring - forcing drivers to wait only a little longer before they can secure class-leading power.
To learn more about this platform contact our team today!
It should seem the most unholy of fusions - a half-ton Frankenstein monster, stitched together with chrome and aluminum. How can the compact Ranger prove compatible with the hulking Raptor? This, you think, is simply impossible. Such a pick-up couldn't exist.
Never let it be said that Ford doesn’t enjoy a challenge. Prepare, Vancouver, for the rise of the 2019 Ranger Raptor!
According to Mustang 360, the 2019 Ranger Raptor has been spotted! Ford recently tested its latest off-road variant in Tulsa, pitting the AWD against sandy terrains and high winds. Though it was heavily camouflaged, the platform did reveal some tantalizing details to drivers - including 20-inch all-terrain tires, flared fenders, and a revised grille (which features a unique tri-bar design and custom badging). This serves as the ultimate half-ton chimera.
It should also deliver exceptional performance. Though no official specs have been released, critics believe the 2019 Ranger Raptor will boast a 2.7L twin-turbo V6 - complete with EcoBoost technology and a ten-speed automatic transmission. This will allow the truck to achieve an estimated 325 HP.
Are you ready to dominate the backroads?
To learn more about the 2019 Ranger Raptor contact our team today!
Christmas has come late for pick-up fans - with Ford recently unveiling its 2019 Ranger. This mid-size platform didn’t make the December deadline, but we’re certain drivers won’t mind too terribly. After all, it’s poised to become the ultimate four-wheel gift when it makes its official debut this summer.
‘Tis the season for all-terrain power.
According to Off Road Xtreme, the 2019 Ranger was recently spotted on the snowy streets of Michigan. Photographers were able to snag some dynamic shots of its newly re-tuned chassis; and, despite Ford’s best efforts to camouflage the truck, certain details were gleaned, including:
An Elongated Body: no longer with the Ranger serve as a compact platform. Instead its frame has been lengthened to rival the Chevrolet Colorado and Toyota Tacoma. No official dimensions have yet been released, but critics were quick to note the extended fenders and square front.
Fascia Changes: while the Ranger seems to mirror the style of its predecessors, onlookers were able to spy some revised LED light placements and a larger front bumper. This should create a sportier profile when the camouflage is removed.
Transmission: during the Ranger’s Michigan test-run, spectators were able to decipher the smooth shift of a new 10-speed gearbox. This will ensure enhanced performance on the backroads, allowing the truck to effortlessly maneuver through every terrain.
What do you think about the 2019 Ford Ranger? Does it meet your expectations? If so, share your opinions with us today!