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.
“The new Ford Escape is perfect for everybody.” That’s consumer reviewer “MichaelAdamsRocks” as he lauds the 2014 Titanium. It’s a compact crossover with a ton to offer, specifically when it comes to its exterior elements and the power-packed EcoBoost engine.
There’s a lot to take in as you approach this vehicle. Immediately noticeable are the 19-inch luster-nickel-finished wheels, which sparkle in the sun. Around the back, the hands-free power lift gate provides swift trunk packing. At the front, there are automatic bi-xenon headlamps with signature LED lighting, and an attractive chrome grille in a gloss-black finish. Approaching the driver’s side, this YouTuber notes the electronically adjustable, heated side mirrors. And let’s take a moment to chat about ease-of-entry. This Ford Escape Titanium sports smart access, enabling you to unlock the door simply by grabbing the handle. Alternatively, you can hop into the cabin via the touch-sensitive numeric pad if you’re ever without your key fob.
The experience behind the wheel is stellar. The car’s 2.0L four-cylinder turbocharged EcoBoost offers 231 horses and 270 torque. That’s 62 and 86 more HP and lb.-ft., respectively, than the 1.6L motor in the SE, making a huge difference in acceleration!
The F-150 truck line always offers a significant presence. You’re definitely not going unnoticed in one of these titans—they own the road thanks to potent engines. However, the 2013 King Ranch edition also elevates matters further with a luxurious interior. YouTube reviewer “Mitchell Watts” examines both these aspects below.
As you’d expect, this pick-up is ferocious. There’s a beastly 5.0L V8 at work that creates 360 horses at 5,500 revolutions per minute (RPM) and 380 lb.-ft. torque at 4,250 RPM. The 2013 F-150 also provides up to a whopping 8,100 pounds of towing capacity. While these numbers may be staggering, you can rest easy knowing all this is at your command via a familiar six-speed automatic transmission.
The cabin of this F-150 is superb. The leather is a special, premium “King Ranch”-embossed variant. Both front and rear seats are heated—a rarity in the automotive world! GPS navigation saves you from the headaches of trying to travel through unfamiliar territory. And the audio setup in this truck is fantastic. The SiriusXM AM/FM/HD/Satellite radio is joined by an upgraded 700-watt Sony subwoofer system for high fidelity.
Since this is Ford’s venerated muscle coupe, let’s start with engine specifications. The 4.0L V6 motor roars with 210 horses and 240 lb.-ft. of torque. The driving experience is unspoiled, too— the included five-speed manual is a mighty fine transmission for any enthusiast. And while the Mustang V6 can certainly tear up the road, it won’t shred your bank account—you’ll receive an EPA-estimated 28 MPG highway / 19 city.
There are also a lot of nice touches on this vehicle. The wheel rims are a sparkling 16 inches of machined aluminum. Remote keyless access gets you behind the wheel in a flash. Inside, the front leather seats are both powered and heated for maximum comfort. The Shaker 500 system adds two eight-inch subwoofers to the normal four-speaker setup, improving audio output. And the driver’s dash features the “retro cool” of classic gauges.
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Watch the video below in which Gold Pony reviewer Andrew Heule breaks down the outstanding benefits of a 2017 Ford Fiesta ST.
The 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine doesn’t hold back with its 197 hp and 202 lb-ft of torque. Heule actually giggles with excitement when he accelerates onto the highway, hitting 60 mph in just 6.7 seconds. Speaking of impressive figures, this hothatch received an EPA rating of 26 city/33 highway.
Heule repeatedly refers to the lively Fiesta ST as “fun to drive”. He attributes this to the car’s sport tuned suspension and McPherson struts. Even when stuck in stop and go traffic, the manual transmission shifts gears effortlessly.
The walk around begins at the rear, where the power liftgate pops to reveal 10.1 cubic-feet of cargo space, which increases to 25.4 cu-ft, when the 60/40 split is lowered. Moving forward inside the cabin, 6-footer Heule is able to fit in the second row with ease. Up front, he praises the driver and passenger Recaro sports seats for their exceptional bolstering, which comes in handy when tackling sharp corners.
Experience the 2017 Fiesta ST for yourself at our dealership in Seattle, Washington today. You can also browse our complete inventory of this subcompact superstar, which includes both new and used models.
YouTube consumer channel “MotorWeek” was wondering why Ford’s F-150 was the best-selling American truck for more than 30 years, so they hopped into a 2009 XL model. The result? They were blown away by its do-it-all demeanor, ranging from driving excellence to fantastic features and cargo area.
As this is a heavy-duty pick-up, we can’t help but start with the engine. This bad boy operates with a 4.6L V8. The output? A powerful 248 HP and 294 lb.-ft. torque. This marks a 23% increase in performance over the outgoing 4.2L V6! Further, payload up to 2,705 pounds is supported, while towing hits a magnificent max of 11,000 lbs.
There’s a ton more to cover, though. On the exterior, the 17-inch steel wheels dazzle and the integrated fold-out tailgate step option makes accessing the bed a cinch. Trailer sway control and AdvanceTrac with roll stability are standard, the latter of which enhances vehicle poise across driving surfaces. Inside the cabin, owners are treated to immense spaciousness that includes a cavernous center console that can accommodate two laptops! Also, the split, flip-up rear bench offers more covered cargo space than ever.
This isn’t your father’s sedan. The forward-thinking 2011 Ford Fusion SEL is a horse of a different color, mixing super performance with advanced cabin functionality that puts the cars of yesteryear to shame. Consumer reviewer “Brandon Hill” gives us the full scoop in the video below.
The 2.5L inline-four is a power-packed engine. It enables this auto to eat up the streets of Seattle with 175 horses and 172 lb.-ft. of torque. An easy-shifting six-speed automatic is standard, and all-wheel drive is available for those that want to take the Blue Oval’s stylish machine on tougher terrain. Also, fuel efficiency definitely delivers. You’ll see significant yearly savings thanks to the 30 MPG highway rating.
The interior of the Fusion SEL is packed with goodness, as well. Power seats, locks, mirrors, and one-touch-down passenger and driver’s windows are included. Like the cushions, the steering wheel is wrapped in leather. Lumbar support is featured to maintain comfort on longer trips. Additionally, when returning to your vehicle the numeric keypad makes entry a simple affair even if you can’t quickly produce your fob from your purse or pocket.
Want a compact SUV to put in your garage? Fantastic! The 2009 Ford Escape XLT may be just what you’re looking for. YouTuber “capt421” gives the breakdown of the vehicle’s attributes in his consumer review video below, coming away jazzed over its engine and list of perks.
Let’s first take a glance under the hood. Ford’s machine has a wonderfully engineered 3.0L V6 motor that packs in serious performance. There are 240 horses at your disposal, as well as 223 lb.-ft. of torque. Also of note is the easy-to-operate six-speed automatic transmission and splendid 26 MPG highway / 18 city fuel rating.
The Escape XLT also brings the goods outside of the powerplant. A numeric pad on the driver’s side exterior enables quick entry even if you don’t have the key fob immediately at hand. Wheel rims are a pleasing 16-inch silver aluminum style. There are electronic locks and power-down windows for your convenience. Also, the premium cloth seat trim feels fantastic—especially on longer trips—while the SIRIUS AM/FM/Satellite radio delivers in a big way when you’re tired of listening to the same old terrestrial stations.
For many, Ford’s Mustang is an aspirational vehicle. It’s firmly cemented in American lore as the muscle car. Fortunately, consumer “Saabkyle04” explains in his video review that the 2008 model lives up to all those that came before it.
First and perhaps foremost for many readers is the quality of the engine. After all, this is a Mustang, and you’d expect the finest in power and performance—and that’s exactly what you get. The 4.0L V6 motor chews up road and spits it back out again, revving with the gusto of 210 horses at 5,300 revolutions per minute (RPM) and 240 lb.-ft. torque at 3,500 RPM. But all that “grunt” won’t cost you—fuel efficiency sits at an EPA-estimated 26 highway MPG / 17 city.
There are plenty of goodies spread throughout the coupe, too. Remote keyless entry gets you in this Ford quickly and easily. The MP3-capable audio system offers strong, clear sound and a CD player for all your physical media. A cool touch within the driver’s dash are the retro gauges, which are a lovely throwback to a bygone era. Plus, the exterior sports gleaming 16-inch machined aluminum wheels.