Key West Ford Sales Ltd.

Key West Ford


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301 Stewardson Way, New Westminster, BC V3M 2A5
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Peter Olson was a great person to deal with. He was very accommodating & always willing to help even after the sale was finalized. I've dealt with many sales personnel in my life but none as helpful as Peter Olson. Great job.
Excellent service by all at Key West ford
Thanks to Key West Ford in having Jag Dhillion To assist me in purchasing the truck. Jag was so accommodating and professional thank you very much and I love my truck Regards Trevor Reid
Rewarding Experience
Key West Ford’s sales team ( my main contact Peter Olson) were a pleasure to deal with when I recently went looking to replace my 8 year old F150 pick up. Peter was very thorough in showing and explaining the dealerships new and pre owned vehicles as well as what new vehicles were available at other lower mainland dealers. I left the dealership to think about my options returning a few days later and purchased a great 1 year old ,well optioned pick up , exactly what I was looking for ! I’d like to thank Peter for answering all my questions on comparisons between different models,options,new or pre- owned, I’d also like to thank Michelle for making the “ paper work “ very easy to get through.
Qucik and professional.
We had a pleasure to work with the Key West Ford sales team, very professional approach and quick solution. Special thanks to Anson Song for a hard work and great deal !!!... Fully recommended
Used Forester XT
Thank you For giving me a great deal on this used vehicle. In addition, all of the staff was very polite and well mannered. Dealership worth looking at!
Amazing service
Jag answered for every question I asked, was polite and really helped in choosing the right options. Thanks to him and the rest of the staff of Key West Ford I can finally enjoy a new truck.
Highly recommend!
Jag was extremely helpful and worked hard to get us the car we wanted for the budget we had. He was flexible and didn’t pressure us to buy. We had a great experience at the dealership and appreciated the honesty. Next time we need a car we will be back!
Excellent sales customer service experience
Lino Corcuera is very helpful and kind. This is the second time Lino help us to find a car that suitable for my family. We always received an excellent sales customer service from Lino. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 for Lino and Nicholas Terezakis is very accommodating and kind too.🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
If I could rate higher than 5 stars, I would! Excellence all around. Informative, friendly and accommodating. Thank you Allan and the Key West team!
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If you hear an abnormal squeaking coming from under your hood – or worse, your car won’t start – you could be having an issue with your vehicle’s timing belt. This component is a rubber sash located in the engine compartment behind the drive belts. Its job is to keep the crankshaft in tune with the camshaft, ensuring the proper timing and operation of the engine and its valves.
The best way to avoid an issue with a timing belt is by keeping up with the regular maintenance schedule outlined in your Ford’s Owner’s Guide. Over time, these parts can wear out and require replacement, so it’s better to be proactive. If not, you could risk having to replace the water pump, tensioner and pulleys as well, which can get costly – or risk a major engine failure. You should also never wait for the timing belt to break before you give it the attention it deserves.

At Key West Ford, our factory-trained Technicians can inspect your Ford’s timing belt during your next service visit and recommend whether it’s due for replacement or not. If you are concerned about abnormal noises under the hood or poor engine performance, give our team in New Westminster a call today to book your next maintenance appointment.
ford service centre in vancouver bcMany modern cars and trucks on our roads today feature power steering. This system eases parking maneuvers and low-speed driving, especially in heavier vehicles. However, over time, components can wear out, which will impact handling. 
If you suspect you might have an issue with your Ford’s power steering, here are steps to diagnose the problem:
Check the power steering fluid level
A lack of fluid will make it harder to complete turns. If you regularly have to top up the power steering fluid, it could indicate a leak.
Inspect the hoses and lines around the power steering pump 
The power steering system is compromised of a pump and numerous seals and hoses. If there are leaks or breaks in the seals, it will impact the performance of the system.
Check for loose belts
A loud, screeching sound from the pump is a tell-tale sign of a loose belt in the power steering system. To test for this, simply power up the vehicle’s engine and turn the steering wheel. If you hear a noise, then it's time for a proper inspection.
Unaddressed power steering issues not only impact your Ford’s handling, but your safety on Vancouver’s roads. If you have concerns about your vehicle, call our Service Department at Key West Ford to book your maintenance appointment today. Our factory-trained Technicians will give your car or truck the attention it deserves so you can drive with peace of mind.
ford battery service in vancouver bcAfter a busy summer of road trips and weekday adventures, your Ford could likely use some TLC. And one area of key importance is the battery hiding under the hood. With winter’s arrival on its way, fall is the ideal time to ensure your vehicle’s battery is ready for the colder winter ahead. 
To help you get prepped, we’ve compiled three battery tips from the experts at Consumer Reports:
1. Inspect the battery’s connections to ensure they are snug. If you notice signs of corrosion, safely disconnect the connections and clean them with a battery brush.
2. If your battery is more than four-years-old, it’s a good idea to have its load tested once a year. This ensures that the battery can maintain voltage, especially in colder weather. 
3. If you are planning on parking your ride throughout the winter, you’ll want to protect your car battery’s life by using a trickle charger. It slowly adds a charge to the battery (hence the term trickle) and does not allow for the normal depletion of the charge that batteries often experience.
Should you have any concerns about your vehicle’s battery, contact our Service Department at Key West Ford in New Westminster, B.C. Our Ford-trained Technicians can test your charging system to see if you require a new battery and recommend the right part for the job. 
To book your service appointment, call us today.

Vancouver Vehicle Maintenance: Quarterly Inspections for Your Ford

(Posted on Sep 10, 2018 at 04:00AM by Michelle Bogle)
ford service and maintenance vancouver bcOwning a vehicle – whether new or preowned – is an exciting milestone in a person’s life. It’s likely an expense you saved for or are financing each month, so you want to ensure that you are caring for it properly for many years to come. 
An important part of vehicle ownership is keeping up with regular maintenance. Not only will this ensure that your car or truck is safe and reliable, but that it’s enjoyable to drive each day and is fuel efficient.
To help you keep your Ford in tip-top shape, follow these quarterly inspections from the comfort of your driveway:
1. Look and listen for issues: Take your vehicle for a spin around the block and listen for any grinding, whining, knocking or creaking. These sounds are often drowned out by passengers, music and other road sounds, so it’s important to complete this exercise every three months, in case there is an issue that needs addressing. Also, look at your dash to see if any warning lights are on. You'd be surprised by how many drivers ignore these!
2. Clean and wax your car: Caring for the interior and exterior of your Ford will keep it looking good for a long time. After vacuuming out the cabin, give all of the surfaces a good wipe down using car care products to protect their finishes, then follow up the exterior with a thorough hand washing and waxing. Don’t forget to clean the windows and mirrors for added visibility.
3. Check your windshield wipers and headlights: Speaking of visibility, you’ll want to inspect your wiper blades for breakage or splitting and replace them as needed. If your headlights are burnt out or cracked, those will need replacements as well.
After completing these quarterly checks, contact our Service Department at Key West Ford in New Westminster, B.C. to schedule a maintenance appointment, should you have any concerns about your vehicle. Our team of factory-trained Technicians will get your Ford back into optimal condition for your safety and enjoyment.

Vancouver Vehicle Maintenance: What to Inspect Each Month

(Posted on Sep 4, 2018 at 06:03PM by Michelle Bogle)
ford automotive service centre vancouver bcAs a Ford owner, you made a wise purchase decision when you bought your car or truck from our dealership. We want you to get the most out of your on-road enjoyment for many years to come, which is why we recommend that you keep up with your vehicle’s maintenance. 
To help you stay ahead of any repairs or replacements, there are many preventative checks that you can do each month from the comfort of your driveway. Not only will these tips help keep you safer on Vancouver’s roads, but it can save you money by ensuring optimal fuel economy.
1. Inspect your tires: Get nice and low to the ground and give all four wheels a thorough once-over, looking for uneven tread wear or embedded objects, like nails, that could cause leaks.
2. Check your tire pressure: The best time to check your tire pressure is when your Ford has been parked for at least three hours. Using a tire gauge, make sure that the pressure is within the recommended PSI level, as noted in your Owner’s Guide or on the driver’s door panel. Improperly inflated tires can decrease your vehicle’s fuel economy, so be sure that your levels are within the ideal range.
3. Check your fluids: Pop the hood and inspect your engine oil, transmission fluid, power steering fluid, coolant, brake fluid, and windshield washer fluid. If you notice any are low, call our Service Department to book a maintenance appointment.
To learn more about your Ford and what you can do to keep it running safely and efficiently, contact our team in New Westminster, B.C. to speak with an advisor. 

Ford Service Questions in Vancouver: Can a Dirty Air Filter Stop My Car from Starting?

(Posted on Aug 10, 2018 at 04:00AM by Michelle Bogle)
ford service and maintenance repairs in vancouver bcHave you ever got up close to the grille of your Ford after a summer road trip, only to find the front end covered in bugs and road debris? Pretty gross.

Now, imagine if your vehicle didn’t have an air filter to catch the grime. All of that mess could contaminate the engine and hurt its performance.
Thankfully, your Ford is equipped with an air filter to protect your engine from dirt. However, if you let your filter get too filthy, it will starve the engine of air, which the combustion process relies on to make power.
But, can a dirty air filter stop your car from starting? Technically, yes. However, it would need to be extremely soiled for the engine to not run. In most cases, drivers with a grimy air filter find that their performance is hampered because the engine can’t take in the right amount of air to power itself. It can also cause poor fuel economy and damage to your spark plugs.
The best way to avoid this problem is by keeping up with your Ford’s recommended maintenance intervals, as outlined in your Owner’s Guide. If you are due for an air filter replacement, it’s recommended that you follow through on the repair to ensure optimal performance. And, let’s not forget: a seized engine is much costlier to repair than to replace a filter. Preventative maintenance is the way to go! 
To learn more, contact our Service Department at Key West Ford in New Westminster, B.C. to speak with an advisor.
ford service centre in vancouver bcMost drivers are aware that they need to perform routine maintenance on their car or truck to keep it in top running condition, but sometimes these important tasks can fall to the wayside. However, when your brakes start to squeak, squeal or grind, or you notice that your stopping distance has lengthened, it’s time to have your brake components inspected.
Your Ford’s braking system consists of three main parts: the pads, rotors and calipers. When you engage the brake, the master cylinder sends fluid to the calipers, which squeeze together, exerting pressure on the pads. If the calipers are damaged or seized, they cannot do their job effectively.
The same is true with your pads. If they are worn, the brake pads cannot make a smooth connection with the rotors, which can lead to uneven wear. Rotors can be costly to replace, therefore, it’s important to make sure that your pads have enough friction material to avoid prolonged damage to your braking system. Everything works in unison – if one component is not functioning correctly, the entire system will suffer. 
The best way to ensure optimal brake performance is to keep up with your Ford’s recommended maintenance schedule, which includes regular brake inspections. If a component is due for replacement, our skilled Technicians can advise of the issue before it becomes a costly repair, thus keeping you safer on Vancouver’s roads.
To learn more, contact our Service Department today to speak with an advisor.
ford service in lower mainland vancouver bcNowadays, vehicles are more sophisticated and complex than ever before. 
According to the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), the average car or truck has upwards of 20 computers that help manage everything from the sunroof and anti-lock braking system to the electronically controlled transmission. These are smart machines and they need to be maintained by trained Technicians that can properly diagnose an issue and complete a solid repair.
That’s where our Service Experts come in at Key West Ford. Unlike independent mechanics, our factory-trained Technicians know your Ford best! They have the right tools and know-how to diagnose any problem and the right parts on hand to fix it right the first time. This includes Genuine Ford and Motorcraft parts, which are designed especially for your vehicle for the best fit, durability and performance.
Plus, at every service visit, your Service Advisors will provide you with a detailed report card to show you how your vehicle is doing, what may need attention right away and what can wait.
Don’t trust your Ford to just anyone – trust our Service Department for all of your vehicle maintenance needs. To book your next service appointment this summer, call or visit us today!
ford service centre in lower mainland bcWith summer’s arrival, the days are longer, which means that your Ford’s lighting system may not get used as frequently. But, this important system still needs regular TLC to ensure optimal performance when driving at night. 
Over time, bulbs burn out and headlights come misaligned or cracked from everyday use. Here are some tips to keep your lighting system in top shape, while also ensuring your safety on B.C.’s roads:
Keep headlights, tail lights and signal lights clean since dirt and debris can reduce your visibility.
Make sure that your headlights are properly aimed so that they don’t shine directly into the eyes of other drivers.
Always replace headlights in sets of two to ensure an even field of vision.
Restore cloudy headlight lenses caused by degradation from the sun’s bright rays for better visibility.
Replace bulbs proactively – don’t wait for them to burn out; change them before your safety is compromised.
Don’t overdrive your headlights – you should be able to stop inside the illuminated area; anything more than that creates a blind crash area in front of your vehicle.
If you can’t remember the last time you changed out your headlights or if you feel like your visibility at night time is poor, now is a good time to consider an upgrade. 
For more information, contact our Service Department at Key West Ford in New Westminster, B.C. to book your headlight maintenance appointment.
ford service centre in vancouver bcFor many Lower Mainlanders, the months of July and August are road trip season. The kids are out of school, you have vacation time to burn and there are plenty of attractions and events to check out across B.C.

But, before 
you load your luggage into the trunk of your Ford, you’ll want to make sure that its components and safety systems are up for the trek.
Here’s what to check before you set out on your summer road trip: 
Complete a 360-degree visual inspection 
Look for worn tires and wipers, broken lights, chips or cracks in the windshield, and fluid leaks.
Check your Ford’s fluids
Check the oil, transmission fluid, brake fluid, clutch fluid, power-steering fluid, engine coolant, and windshield washer fluid. If anything is low, dirty, or leaking, contact our Service Department for a maintenance appointment. 
Inspect hoses and belts
Look for softness, cracks, nicks, bulges, blistering, or other damage on your engine’s hoses and belts. If you do spot these issues, it’s time for a replacement.
Examine your battery
There’s nothing worse than a dead battery while road tripping. Look for signs of wear and corrosion, or if your battery is getting on in the years, consider proactively replacing it to avoid disappointment.  
Check your HVAC system
Stay cool behind the wheel and keep your family content by ensuring that your Ford’s HVAC system is in good working order. Before leaving on your trip, test the system for proper air flow and temperature. 
Want to learn more about your vehicle's maintenance? Call us to schedule an appointment with our Service Department at Key West Ford in New Westminster, B.C. Our factory-trained Technicians will give your Ford the treatment it deserves by changing its oil, fixing a faulty hose or belt, and other important maintenance items. 
Contact us today to speak with a Service Advisor!
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