Upgrades are on the horizon at Kicking Horse Ford in Golden.

New upgrades at Kicking Horse Ford

As soon as an environmental assessment is completed. Kicking Horse ford will begin a facility upgrade.

Dan Maisonneuve

GM/Dealer Principle at

Kicking Horse Ford Golden


EBA Engineering and GeoTech drilling are completing the environmental assessment at Kicking Horse Ford. A clean bill of health will allow them to start on a facility upgrade, including an all new Ford sign, new siding, and a Ford Tower.

Many improvements are slated for the interior of the building as well, new flooring, furniture and a paint job will make it a more pleasant atmosphere for customers and staff alike.

I would prefer to do a timber frame theme which I think fits in much better with the downtown core but that does not meet the national criteria as set by Ford of Canada, they want the stores to look similar right across the country as many franchises do. Kicking Horse Ford was recently recognized as the number one dealer in their group for overall customer satisfaction in both sales and service.

I am extremely proud of our team and very thankful to our customers.


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