Was looking for a used compact car to tow behind our RV. Jag Dhillon went the extra mile at every step in the process. He was very knowledgeable, listing features of cars we considered, ensured the one we chose was legally towable, provided items the previous owner didn't provide and worked with both the parts and service departments when we had questions. Peter Olson checked on us a few times to ensure we had all the info we needed. Michelle Kellough clearly explained the optional extended warrantee coverage and costs as well as finalizing all the sale paperwork.The dealer has an ICBC rep onsite so we were able to insure our new vehicle and take the vehicle with us. Would definitely buy through this dealer again.
Jim from Mission
I just bought my 3rd f150 from Keywest , I told Jag dhillon in sakes what I was looking for , found something better than I expected, Nicholas Terezakis in financing got me a great rate , super friendly non pushy guys , very happy , will highly recommend Keywest
I met Peter Olson and when I spoke to him I knew that this Salesperson is an honest man, I explain to him what what kind of buyer I am, He was very patience and helpful he help me to negotiate to increase the value of my trade in. I also want to mention the Manager Ivan Matulik, very straight and reasonable manager.
Five Star Experience
The staff, knowledgeable, helpful, and over all very friendly. I enjoyed the great service. And the no pressure sales approach. I would definitely buy here again. Thank you Key West Ford.
That was my first experience in buying new truck. I am so glad I have chosen this dealership. Special thanks to person I was dealing with- Nikola Bebek. Very kind and professional.
First new car experience
From my first experience with the sales person that no longer works with them, to working with the manager, and then working with the new salesperson, they were professional at all times.
They were able to offer me a fair price for the my 2017 Fusion and took care of every detail and issue I had without hesitation. Robert made sure I was happy when all was said and done. If I buy another Ford in the future, I would go to Key West Ford for sure.
They had what I was looking for.
Great experience. Sales staff was friendly and helpful. I had a hard time finding what I was looking for elsewhere but with there great selection I was able get into a new truck
Great car purchase experience!
My wife and I had a great experience purchasing a vehicle at Key West. Robert Antoniak was extremely helpful in guiding us in the right direction and making the everything work out well. We appreciated Robert's honesty in dealing with us and his helpfulness in getting the best car at a great deal.
Rick & Gayle
Used car purchase
Great no pressure sales advice and service. Very impressed with the whole sales experience and the car we purchased. The whole experience was excellent from initial enquiry to driving the vehicle away
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.