Awesome very detailed and helpful .good luck in your business. Thanks for your time and input. I had good experience with you and Ford ford.
Allan was awesome guy got me the best deal on F 150. I recommend him to anyone and the whole team is good people. Thanks guys !
I bought my Jeep from there. It was the smoothest purchase i ever made. Tom was delightful. He wasn’t pushy as some sales people you might encounter. I’ve had a few sales people I dealt with a few dealership prior to buying my car and I made my decision with Ford because of this experience( I have to mention Hamid at Subaru Dealership at Boundary is also great.). Tom is very informative and helpful. I can’t say enough good things about Tom and how professional him
and his management team was. Go with these guys if you want to have a piece of mind.
Pleasant experiance in purchasing my new vehicle.
The total experience of purchasing my new vehicle from Allan was enjoyable. Allan was very informative explaining thing and did not push for a sale allowing me to come to the decision that the car I wanted was the right vehicle for me. Every one else I dealt with at Key West Ford was also very friendly and helpful. All in all it was a pleasant experience and I would definitely do it again when the time comes.
Very pleasant car purchase experience with Peter
Found a car online, called in and scheduled an appointment with Peter. He got the car prepared before we arrived and got us a great deal. Highly recommend!
great guys. Rob set me up with a great truck, at a good price. when we were finishing, Ian came out and helped get the truck ready with paper work licence plates etc... Wes was a down to earth manager. I was impressed how these guys and everyone else in the sales department worked as a team. my truck was detailed perfectly. I would recommend this dealership to anyone looking for a new or used vehicle. I have certainly found the dealership that I would do business with in the future.
Alan was great to deal with quick to get the deal done the whole crew got me in and out in record time with no hassle
Jag answered all of our questions and was helpful in working with us to negotiate a price that was within our budget on a new vehicle.
this guys in keywest ford knows how to go above and beyond in terms of customer satisfaction. we purchased a vehicle last week and all within 3 hours everything was done. the guys are really time efficient. robert was there all theway from the start to explain everything we need to know about the vehicle. he was very friendly. michelle was the best in getting us approved for the loan as well as finding the best rates for us. you will just notice the entire office staff working closely in a very happy environment.
Ford is exploring the potential for a larger Explorer, according to sources who recently snapped shots of the next-generation vehicle testing on public roads.
Based on the captured shots, the new Explorer is tapping into the 'bigger is better' mentality, although that doesn't necessarily mean heavier. The Blue Oval has been striving to up the fuel economy and shave off weight from its selection of SUVs and crossovers, in order to adhere to the federally mandated 54.5 mpg fleet average fuel economy standard in the next nine years.
As covertly captured photos of the Explorer's flat body panels show, the new crossover may maximize the use of aluminum across multiple components of the car's exterior, including the tailgate,doors and hood. It's no secret that Alcoa and Novelis, who supply Ford with the aluminum for its vehicles, have been undertaking the challenge to create new aluminum blends that resist cracking - even if the metal is worked into shapes with deep curves or draws. AutomotiveNews.com reports that at this point, it's not confirmed whether or not this innovative blend is ready for mass production, but its development suggests that we'll be seeing it in use not too long from now. See the current Explorer model on-the-go in the video below:
Despite the likely changes, sources predict that the next-gen Explorer will keep its front-wheel drive (with an option for all-wheel drive); however, its probable design makes it a shoo-in for a new nine-speed automatic transmission that Ford developed in conjunction with General Motors, which gets points for its fuel-saving feature. The last time the Explorer underwent notable changes was during the 2011 modelyear, when it bore a likeness to the Ford Taurus sedan and Flex crossover with its front-wheel drive, unibody platform.
Suspicions will be confirmed once the new Explorer makes its debut, which is predicted as early as summer 2018. To fill the gap in between now and that point, current models of the acclaimed crossover are available now at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington to satiate any driver's appetite for a little bit of Exploring.