Once again the West Coast Auto Group – Car-Diac Cruisers rode the Heart & Stroke Foundation’s Big Bike in support of the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada. Each year our participants ride one gigantic bike for 20 minutes. The Big Bike is a symbol to those in the community to stop and think about heart disease and stroke education and research. After all, the Big Bike does just that. It literally stops traffic and pedestrians in their tracks. [click to continue…]
Revealing the impressive 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt ahead of the North American International Auto Show, it returns as a special-edition, high-performance Mustang which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the famed Steve McQueen movie – Bullitt. In case you missed it, Bullitt is famed for its incredible car chases which feature a Highland Green Mustang GT 390 fastback. [click to continue…]
On April 6, 2018, the Humboldt Broncos experienced an unfathomable tragedy. In the wake of these events, it has been truly amazing to watch Canadians come together in every way possible to show support to the survivors, families, friends and other individuals affected by this accident. [click to continue…]
The 2019 Ford Ranger is perfect for those looking for a true truck, smaller than the F-150, that can easily manoeuvre city streets!
Exploring it at the Vancouver International Auto Show, Nick Davis walks through the many incredible features of the Ranger, including its different body styles and impressive 10-speed automatic transmission.
Coming to West Coast Ford Lincoln next January/February of 2019! Come in and chat with us about how we can get one ordered for you!
Distracted driving is a factor in over 4 million vehicle crashes in North America each year. West Coast Ford Lincoln actively promotes distraction-free driving and is committed to raising awareness of its dangers by joining the Auto Dealers Against Distracted Driving Campaign. The team at West Coast Ford Lincoln is taking it upon themselves to engage in the conversation about what distracted driving is and why it needs to be eliminated from our roadways 100%.[click to continue…]