Bought a 2017 Mustang from Key West Ford. Super happy with the dealership, the sales process and our agreement on the new ride. Thanks to Robert Antoniak for the great laid back approach while helping me find the perfect car for me, and to Ivan, Nick for helping through the rest of the sales process.
Top Notch Service
Dillon is amazing - He did everything possible to find the exact vehicle that i have been searching for.
He really went the extra mile to get me into my brand new 2017 Mustang GT
This would not have happened without his tremendous effort.
He is awsome to deal with and I highly recommend Dillon if you are in the market for a new vehicle
Very satisfied customer
Thanks for all of your help Dillon
Absolutely love the car
Very professional salesman
Today me and my wife went to Key West Ford to purchase a used car and I was very happy with the service.I found the salesman to be very professional and not pushy a very nice change.I would definitely recommend Key West Ford to my friends.
Great place. great people. great cars
From start to finish my experience with key west was fantastic, no Bullsh*t just straight to very friendly, honest, helpful business. I dealt with Mike Nokes and i would recommend him to anyone looking to get into a new vehicle they love.
Professional & Friendly
Having recently relocated from the UK, Michael immediately put me at ease with the purchase of my first Canadian vehicle. Michael went out of his way to help me understand everything I needed to know and was most flexible when it came to negotiating a sale. I would not hesitate to recommend the services of this dealership, Mike or his colleagues. Key West Ford is a breath of fresh air, service with a smile.
Another great experience !
This is my second purchase with Key West and my second dealings with Mr. Robert Klaus as my sales agent, he was fantastic the first go around and the second was even better, he is very organized with your time, takes your input into consideration and exceeds your needs, and I highly recommend the Ford Fusion, the looks, the comfort, the gas mileage were exactly what I was looking for, Thank you Key West & Thank you Robert !
Friendly and flexible!
I drove all the way from Prince Rupert to go to this dealership and it did not disappoint. Friendly, good looking staff and great prices.
If you are looking for a new/used car you have to go to Key West Ford in New Westminster and see JEREMY NGUYEN! He goes out of his way to help you. We bought a 2012 Ford Flex & we are extremely happy with it & our experience. Thanks so much Jeremy!
Cheers Colleen & Greg
Ford Loyal Customer
Key West Ford Manager Abuses and Threatens Loyal Custoners
I have been a long time loyal customer with Key West Ford. I purchased two Ford Expeditions there, one in 2005 and another in 2014. Several of my family members also purchased vehicles from Key West Ford. I always serviced my vehicles there. Recently I had a repair scheduled at Key West Ford and they cancelled ithe scheduled maintenance appointment stating that they did not want my business. I contacted Kam Sobhani, the assistant manager who became agitated quickly that I called him saying to me; "I don't need this s**t," And "F**k you guys," on the telephone to me. Kam also was telling my brother, who was assisting me to come down to the Key Wesr Ford dealership so he could take him outside and fight him, as Kam was losing control , using swear words uncontrollably. We did NOT use swear words towards Kam, and as mentioned above due to Kam's, the assistant managers conduct, he proved to be very abusive and unprofessional. If Kam Sobhani can not handle the stresses associated with his daily job,then perhaps he should not be working in customer service dealing directly with the customers. This phone call was recorded. I reiterate that I was simply trying to have my vehicle that I purchased from Key West Ford serviced by them. I have a Key West Ford sticker on the back of my vehicle and a Key West Ford liscence plate cover, and I am as a result , I am advertising for Key West Ford during my daily driving. If it were not for long time loyal customers like myself, then Kam Sobhani would not even have a job, so I can not understand where he is coming from when he treats loyal customers so abusively. I purchased the vehicle from Adam Isfeld originally, who was delighted at that time that I was a return customer. Adam was very nice and welcomed us back for all of our service needs after the purchase of this vehicle. I would have never anticipated that I would have experienced such such customer abuse from Key West Ford after remaining a loyal customer with them for over 10 years.
(Posted on Aug 12, 2017 at 08:03AM by Laurel Steele)
Being a fleet manager is no easy feat. How can you monitor moving pieces that you can’t see? Sometimes it may seem impossible to stay on top of everything and everyone. Now, with standard Ford Telematics in the 2017 Transit Connect, you’ll be able to sleep easy, knowing that your employees are being safe, efficient, and on the right track.
This unique system, developed exclusively for Ford by Telogis, is able to capture data through built-in GPS hardware. It can keep tabs on a myriad of driving behavior ranging from hard braking to excessive idling. According to Autotrader, if your workers are taking the Transit Connect for thrill rides or neglecting their seatbelt, you’ll know.
But Ford Telematics is about more than playing big brother to your drivers. This system also provides you with invaluable diagnostic data about how the Transit Connect is functioning. You get real time information on things like fuel-efficiency and engine health. This helps you prevent avoidable breakdowns and damage, saving your business money.
Learn more about this telematics system and the 2017 Connect XLT at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington. For other commercial vehicles which include these features, check out the rest of our Transit inventory online.
(Posted on Aug 10, 2017 at 10:24AM by Laurel Steele)
The search for a commercial vehicle that’s both enormous and easy to handle may seem fruitless. Not anymore. Meet the 2017 Ford Transit-350, which Car and Driver calls ‘a revelation’.
The long wheelbase version is 19.82-ft in length and has a cargo area measuring 143.7 by 53.7 inches. The high-roof grants you a towering inside height of 81.5", which means Kevin Durant could stand completely upright without bumping his head. Put it all together (minus the NBA player) and you get 404.3 cubic-feet of storage space that expands to 459.2 cu-ft with the front passenger seat removed.
But don’t be intimidated by the Transit’s gargantuan proportions. An expansive windshield and high seating position give you a commanding vantage point. This is useful during highway driving as well as tricky maneuvering in close quarters.
The responsive steering is closer to what you’d get with a family hauler than a full-size work vehicle. Also like a minivan, the Transit delivers a respectable turning radius of 39.2-feet. This combination of control and performance gives you the confidence you need when navigating congested traffic.
Visit us at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington and take a 2017 T-350 for a test drive today. If you’re in the market for something different, you can browse our complete Transit inventory in person or online.
(Posted on Aug 7, 2017 at 11:19AM by Laurel Steele)
Perhaps the most important thing to consider when purchasing a commercial vehicle is driveability. If your business is on wheels, you need a van that can get you to your destination with ease. For this challenge, there’s no better contender than the 2017 Ford Transit Connect.
Maneuvering this van is a piece of cake, thanks to its tight 18.05-foot turning radius. This finesse comes in handy whenever you’re making a delivery in a narrow city alley or if you have to weave through congested traffic to get to your next appointment on time. These advantages should appeal to fleet managers who value safety and efficiency.
One Motor Trend review favorably compares the Transit Connect to its cousin, the Ford Focus, due to its front-wheel-drive configuration and unibody chassis. Add this to the elevated sitting position and you’ve got the handling of a sedan with the high viewpoint of a van.
The excellent steering will be familiar to anyone who’s spent time behind the wheel of a Ford vehicle. The ability to make sharp turns and avoid obstacles is paramount when you’ve got precious cargo on board.
Find out what it’s like to drive a Connect at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington. You can take a 2017 model for a spin and explore the rest of our Transit inventory.
(Posted on Aug 6, 2017 at 05:04AM by Laurel Steele)
If you’re on the prowl for a van that provides a comfy mobile office for your employees, consider a low-roof regular wheelbase 2015 Ford Transit-250. According to KBB.com, simple features in this commercial vehicle transform the cabin from inhospitable to a pleasant work environment.
The 316.1 cubic-feet of cargo space in back isn’t the only spacious part of the van. Up front, this Transit grants both passengers 67.9-inches of shoulder room and 67.5-in for their hips. Not to be left out, your lower appendages are provided with a generous 41.3-in to stretch out.
Upgrade to the 10-way power driver’s seat and your captain’s chair will feel like a throne. The apparent steering wheel may bring you out of your royal reverie, but even it is tilt and telescoping to ensure that your time on the road is as comfortable as possible.
Store all of your personal and business related items securely in convenient cubbies in the cabin. This allows you to can keep important documents close at hand for deliveries or client meetings. Gadgets such as smartphones and tablets are safe from dust, dirt, and other byproducts of the workday.
Find out if this van is right for your enterprise at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington. Need something a bit bigger? Check out the rest of our Transit inventory online now.
(Posted on Jul 29, 2017 at 04:59PM by Laurel Steele)
If you need to transport a group of people or a lot of cargo, but the idea of a traditional minivan makes you cringe, then the 2016 Ford Transit Connect Wagon is the vehicle for you. The XLT model starts with a generous 58.9 cubic-feet of space behind the third row, which can nearly double to a 104.2 cu-ft hold with the seats removed.
The energetic turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine cranks out 178 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque, along with an outstanding EPA rating of 22 mpg city/30hwy. According to Autotrader, even though it can fit you and six of your closest friends, the Transit Connect is nimble, driving more like a sedan than a minivan.
Just because its counterpart is a cargo van, doesn’t mean that the Transit Connect Wagon is limited to a bare-bones interior. Upgrade to the MyFord Touch infotainment system and you’ll get a 6.5-inch touchscreen, which includes navigation to get you to important meetings, concerts, and vacation destinations as swiftly as possible.
Bring your crew to Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington and put a Connect XLT to the test. If you need a bit more room for people and things, take a look at our complete Transit inventory.
(Posted on Jul 26, 2017 at 11:27AM by Laurel Steele)
If a minivan isn’t quite big enough for your family, consider an 8-passenger low-roof 2017 Ford Transit XLT wagon.
Push all memories of this van’s outdated predecessor, the Econoline Series, far from your mind. The 2017 Transit XLT comes with a mountain of optional 21st-century features. You can add modern conveniences like a navigation system, leather upholstery, and lane-keeping alert.
Car Gurus reports that there’s also ample room for cargo, with 94.2 cubic feet of space behind the last row. This is perfect for storing groceries, luggage, sports equipment, and more. Remove all of the back seats and that capacity expands to 224.5 cu-ft, which is ideal for large DIY projects or trips to the storage unit.
The 8 seats in the low-roof model are divided across three rows, with a side aisle leading to the back. This allows people to get in and out, without disturbing any other passengers. Once everyone is on board and buckled up, they’re free to stretch out and enjoy the ride, thanks to 41 inches of legroom and an equal measurement of head space.
Bring a party of eight to Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington and take a 2017 XLT model for a test drive. You can also browse our online Transit inventory, which includes a variety of seating configurations.
(Posted on Jul 23, 2017 at 09:33AM by Laurel Steele)
In addition to great driving manners and exceptional storage space, you also want your work van to provide excellent safety features. Luckily, the 2017 Ford Transit Connect XL delivers all of the above.
This compact commercial vehicle received five-star ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for a number of crash types, including four different side categories. It also earned high marks for Overall Front and Driver Protection tests.
The solid side panels and heavy payloads make the Transit Connect XL an easy target for strong winds and fast turns. Thankfully, this vehicle comes with stability control. According to an Autoblog review, this essential safety feature can detect when the van has reached its handling limits. In this case, it will apply select brakes and reduce engine power to help drivers stay on the right path.
Airbags in the front, on the side, and overhead keep your noggin and body unharmed in the event of a crash. No matter where the collision is coming from, you’re well protected. In the case of an accident, pretensioners can also prove vital, as they tighten the seatbelts to prevent whiplash.
Learn more about a Connect XL at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington today. You can take a 2017 model for a spin and check out the rest of our Transit inventory.
(Posted on Jul 21, 2017 at 12:00PM by Laurel Steele)
If you want a commercial vehicle that offers ample space for both you and your payload, consider a 2017 medium-roof Ford Transit-250 cargo van.
The impressive 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 cranks out 310 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque. This turbocharged engine grants an admirable fuel economy of 15 mpg city/19hwy. According to an Autotrader review, this vehicle delivers precise steering and braking, along with a superior ride quality typically found in a midsize sedan. Although the Transit-250 measures nearly 20 feet in length and has a width of 6’9”, it’s still easy to do a complete 180, thanks to a tight turning circle of 56.4-ft.
Choose the medium roof and you get a full six-feet of standing room behind the seats. That means less neck kinks, slouching, and head bumps for your employees. Speaking of the cargo area, this model of the Transit-250 can gobble up as much as 357.7 cu-ft of stuff.
Inside, the driver and co-pilot each get 52 inches of headroom, 67.5” for hips, and 41.3” to stretch their legs. These generous dimensions make a long workday behind the wheel much more bearable.
Take this van for a test drive at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington today. If you’re in the market for something bigger or a passenger wagon, check out our complete Transit inventory online now.
(Posted on Jul 16, 2017 at 07:02PM by Laurel Steele)
If the C-MAX and a full-size Ford Transit had a baby, it would be the practically perfect Connect Wagon. This vehicle combines the comforts and maneuverability of the aforementioned hatchback, along with the space and versatility of the world’s best selling work van.
According to The Car Connection, this pint-sized Transit - much like the minivans of yesteryear - is focused on transporting people and their things in a versatile and economical manner. While it’s a great option for busy families, this vehicle is also ideal for DIY enthusiasts, crafters, and anyone on the creative spectrum. Hauling materials for your next project, as well as friends, has never been easier.
With seating for seven and a possible 104.2 cubic-feet of cargo space, the sky’s the limit with the Transit Connect Wagon. Thanks to a low curb height, there’s no need to hoist yourself up when loading heavy materials. With easy access to the rear through dual-sliding doors and a liftback, removing chairs and accessing belongings doesn’t have to be strenuous.
Do you have exciting plans for this super van? Come to Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington and take a 2015 XLT for a test drive. You can also check out the rest of our Transit inventory, which includes both new and used models.
(Posted on Jul 14, 2017 at 11:52AM by Laurel Steele)
If you need to haul a number of people along with their dearest possessions, consider a 2016 Ford Transit 350 wagon.
The 2-3-3-4 seating configuration for twelve individuals comes with a side aisle leading to the back row. According to Autoblog, every chair has a personal backrest and shoulder belt.
Sure, it’s great to have room for a dozen people, but where are they going to put all of their belongings? Many commercial vans focus more on storing passengers than stuff, but not the Ford Transit.
With the 12-seater version, you still have an impressive 70.1 cubic-feet of storage space behind the fourth row. This means that everyone on board can bring their biggest suitcase and a few odds and ends on top of that.
The long-wheelbase version is 19.6 ft from nose to tail and has a width of 6’9”. From the ground to the top, the low-roof measures nearly 7 feet. Of course, all Ford Transit passenger wagons are capable of being converted into a cargo van. When the seats are removed, the T-350 XLT can gobble up 316.1 cu-ft of materials, if need be.
Put a 2016 passenger wagon to the test at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington. If it isn’t the perfect one for you, try another vehicle from our Transit inventory, which includes a variety of seating configurations.