Very professional, all the Key West individuals were pleasant to deal with and at the same time were all business. Paperwork was quick and painless. Good experience
Excellent sales team, Jeremy was friendly,helpful definitely a great car buying experience. Will recommend Jeremy to friends and family. My second vehicle purchase at Key West, great dealership.
Buying a Ford.
It was a very pleasant experience dealing with Phil, Ivan, and Michelle. There was no pressure tactics and it was a comfortable atmosphere. How they got me into a Ford after I've been a GMC/Chvy my whole life says something about their character and professionalism. Thoroughly enjoying my Ford F150. Thank you.
Helpful, I didn't feel pushed. They knew my budget and stuck to it. Robert was excellent. I love their warranty on used cars. They stuck by their word.
My salesman was Robert Klaus,he was always helpful from when I first phoned him about the add in the paper to when I picked up my new truck.The finance guy was great,Nicholas Terezakis he wasn't trying push anything extra and was very helpful even though the 599 they charge for paperwork is a little steep.The reason I gave the dealership a 3 star rating was I found the management pushy ,I guess that is the way they become no. one in sales.Wes the sales manager also didn't fulfil his promise of giving my accessories for my truck at dealers cost which was promised,only gave 10% off retail , not much of a savings .Also when I picked up the truck we found some scratches on it,they promised to fix it but it still means coming back on my time.
Dealing with Robert as my salesperson was a relief, the high pressure you would expect was non existent, and everything was presented to my wife and I very friendly and professional. All my questions were pretty much being answered before I asked them, There were a few concerns about the pre-owned vehicle I was about to purchase and all those concerns were taken care of, no questions asked...most excellent experience with a big dealership for my wife and I, I would highly recommend seeking out Mr. Klaus for his above and beyond customer service...Thanx Key West Ford !
Robert helped me decide which model best fit my needs and took the time to test drive a couple of cars. Overall, it was a relaxed and professional experience.
Well my only complaint was my finance was very high compared to my mate who had just purchased the same truck with worse credit but a different time of year and different place
I came to Key West Ford to browse the used vehicle inventory with no real intent to buy. Robert Klaus was my salesman,he was honest about the cars conditions, made my daughter and myself fell comfortable and i never felt pressure to buy. Robert and the staff renewed my faith in the dealership experience.
Drivers spare few thoughts for gravity. Their concerns instead center around protecting their Fusions, Mustangs and Explorers against harsh winter storms.
Key West Ford suggests mastering more than oil filters and fuel lines this season, however. Learn how inertia can impact driving.
The inertia principle is a simple one: it describes how an object remains in a state of motion, resisting changes in velocity. This is often applied to cars, proving how wheels will always spin unless they're forced to stop. This proves both helpful and harmful during the winter.
The Value of Inertia
Drivers are warned not to accelerate too quickly during cold weather. Pumping the pedals only serves to overload the engine and undo traction. Inertia compensates for this lack of power, naturally - and efficiently - helping vehicles move. It gathers speed from downhill drives and turns, letting cars roll forward and reducing the need for gas.
The Danger of Inertia
While inertia allows drivers to move steadily, it can also prove difficult to contain. Arriving at the base of a hill, for example, doesn’t result in a sudden stop (which is needed). Instead a car will be carried by its own weight, past signs or traffic lights. Inertia utilizes friction as a form of transportation and, if not countered with careful braking and deceleration techniques, it can cause collisions.
Understanding how inertia works is the key to safe driving. Utilize it to reduce the need for gas, but always maintain subtle pressure on the brakes while descending to keep it under control. Be aware of vehicle speeds and maintain a ten second following distance between other cars to reduce worries of crashing.
Recognize the advantages - and potential troubles - of inertia this winter.