From first contact to the end, it was a smooth and awesome experience at Key West Ford.
I inquired to the sales rep Kai through AutoTrader the day before about a 2008 Jeep Patriot. Within hours I got a response, and we scheduled a test drive next day.
Following day Kai was awesome and texted me his ETA to the dealership, and made sure I was taken care of before I even came in. The test ride was smooth, and I loved the car and price. The finance rep Gurj was also fantastic, worked around some technicalities with the financing and got me on the road in no time.
Within a few hours, everything was sealed and I drove home with the Jeep. Thank you Kai, Gurj, and everyone else who took care of me today. I appreciate the transparency, friendliness, and professionalism from everyone.
Great service from Pete & Brian
We bought two used cars, one from Brian and one from Peter. Both took their time to search for the right car and we went with each car on a test drive.
Peter Olson was very helpful with everything took his time to explain and show all.
Management team was remarkable.
This place is a friendly and amazing place to be.
Recommend to everyone that want to have a amazing experience like myself.
Great service from the staff a Key West Ford. I was surprised to pick up vehicle with a fill tank of fuel alot of dealerships don't do this anymore.
Search over !!!
Going above and beyond to satisfy
Peter, while on his day off (what salesperson ever has a day off LOL) spent the entire day trying to find the best fit for us in a used vehicle. After shovelling many cars covered in a foot of snow, we realized that Peter was willing to shovel the whole lot if we could find what we were looking for. What really impressed us was not only his knowledge of the vehicles and the new technology but his desire to find us the vehicle best suited to our needs. Peter helped us narrow down the search and test drive suitable vehicles till we found this comfortable and economical vehicle with more options than we asked for.
All the staff involved in our search were friendly, courteous and very helpful
Buying a truck from Key West Ford was a positive experience.
Buying our used truck from Key West Ford turned out to be a hassle free experience for my wife and me. The sales person, Jag Dhillon, and the two managers, Ivan Matulik and Michael Nokes, were professional, courteous and friendly. We encountered no high pressure sales tactics.
We also were appreciative of the fact that Ivan allowed us to take the truck to our own mechanic for an inspection and appraisal.
The vehicle was more than fairly priced and was in excellent mechanical shape. Their detail crew had the 2010 F150 looking like new.
We would have no problem recommending Key West Ford to others.
Review of sale service
I had an exceptional experience dealing with the whole team at key west Ford, especially Jag and Nicholas T. They went above and beyond to help us get our new vehicle!! I would recommend to others for sure.
Excellent customer service
Peter was an ideal salesman. He was friendly, helpful and put us under no pressure. We got a great deal on exactly the right car.
excellent customer service
i googled vehicles, found a truck i was interested in and emailed dealer info request. salesman got back to me next day. went for a test drive and told them i love the truck. they washed, fueled, and did the spay bed liner before i was even ready to pick up!! i was very impressed with the efficiency!! a big thanks to Nick who was able to finance, Ivan the manager and Peter the salesman. would def recommend to friends and family looking to buy vehicle. I love my new truck!
Ford News For Seattle, Tacoma, and Bellevue Washington
One could say that Ford Motor Company and its philanthropic branch, the Ford Motor Company Fund, recently got into a bit of 'treble' with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. But the three entities didn't cause any mischief together - rather, they confirmed exciting plans for next year, which will be bolstered by Ford's notable contributions to the Orchestra's upcoming international tour.
After 16 years, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra will embark on its debut tour around the world, playing 11 concerts conducted by Leonard Slatkin, the organization's Musical Director. The tour stops will run from July 14-29, 2017, and are scheduled in Japan and China. Two cities on the tour - Shanghai and Chongqing - are slated to be harmonious occasions in particular, as the Blue Oval has a major manufacturing presence in those areas. The stops in China will be the orchestra's inaugural visit there. Anticipated performance pieces include Copland's Symphony No. 3, Bernstein’s Candide overture, McTee’s Double Play, Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4, Korngold’s Violin Concerto and Takemitsu’s Far Calls. Coming, Far!
Jim Vella, the president at Ford Motor Company Fund and Community Services, shared his positive outlook on the tour in a released statement.
“The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is more than a collection of talented musicians,” he said. “They are cultural ambassadors for our entire region. We’re proud to build on our long history of supporting the orchestra by enabling new audiences to share in the joy of a performance.”
As a way to reinforce their partnership and take advantage of the orchestra's tenure in China, the stops in its cities will also include special get-togethers with Ford employees in the region. The relationship between the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and Ford is a long-standing one: it found its origins in the 1930s, back when Ford showed support for the group's radio broadcasts, and has escalated over the decades. Today, Ford is the tour's primary corporate sponsor and stands behind the orchestra's groundbreaking efforts to reach audiences in new areas - the musicians participate in Live from Orchestra Hall webcasts and Replay, an on-demand archive that records a plethora of performances for audience consumption. Additionally, Ford supports orchestra performances native to the Detroit area, further upholding its value for local organizations.
With the tour on the horizon, the bond between Ford and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra means more than ever. “This tour requires a strong collective of thoughtful and strategic partners,” Anne Parsons, Detroit Symphony Orchestra president and CEO, commented. “I particularly want to thank Ford and all of our current supporters.”
To learn more about how Ford's hitting a high note with its philanthropic efforts in the Detroit community and beyond, visit our team at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington today.