Very efficient sales person. Jag was knowledgeable about the vehicle. No high pressure sales, just friendly and helpful. Referred by a family member and I highly recommended Jag for all your vehicle purchases
Lino is a professional, friendly and attentive salesman. I had a satisfied a very satisfied shopping experience.
It was my first experience buying a hybrid vehicle and Lino answered all my questions.
Timely and excellent communication.Professional and...
Timely and excellent communication.
Professional and respectful way of negotiating a good deal for the car
Very helpful with explaning the different functions of the car
Can’t say enough good things about the shopping...
Can’t say enough good things about the shopping experience with Key West Ford. From start to finish, Adam walked me through the purchase process without any hiccups.
As I was flying in from Alberta, it was important to have a reassuring experience, and Key West delivered! I arrived to see my amazing looking F150 all shined up and ready for me to drive gone. Arash gave me the tour, and I was on my way. Would definitely buy from again!
Easy to deal with and very helpful
I was a 2 hour car ride away from being able to view or test drive anything, and both Peter Olson and Rob Vanoverschot were very helpful both via SMS and phone in trying to get something sorted out for me. Peter was in the office when I went down to visit (not to downplay Rob as he was fantastic at doing all of the leg work before I came in, but even salespersons deserve a day off!) and helped get everything sorted for me (with help from Gurg who was also fantastic and quick on the draw with the paperwork) including test drive and working out the finances / insurance.
This is a fantastic dealership and they go above and beyond especially during COVID times where things aren't always as straight forward. Thanks again guys and I'll be in touch about some winter tyres!
Al helped me out Wednesday. We nailed down the truck I...
Al helped me out Wednesday. We nailed down the truck I was interested in purchasing. I got it at a price I wanted to work with. Lovely staff all around very accommodating. Straight forward, no nonsense group at Key West ford. I will continue to purchase vehicles in the Future from them. Thanks Al, and the Key West Team! Love the F-150
Found me an Explorer ST
Full marks to Key West Ford. I live in the Okanagan and wanted to buy a new Explorer ST but they are like gold dust, very hard to find. The four Ford dealers I contacted locally could not find me a red or magnetic ST anywhere in Western Canada. So I turned to AutoTrader and saw that Key West Ford had a magnetic grey ST on delivery in ten days. I spoke to Peter Olson on the phone and he confirmed it had all the options I was looking for. Peter and his Sales Manager, Wes, agreed a price for my trade in over the phone and ten days later I made the trip to New Westminster to pick up my brand new ST - just 9 kms on the clock. Great job guys. Highly recommended.
Key west management greeted me. Went through my options...
Key west management greeted me. Went through my options and introduced me to staff who assisted me. From my heart is gratitude and then some
Stood behind guarantee
Really good service, making sure I got the vehicle I wanted within the price range I wanted to pay, all during a very chaotic period in my life.
Latest Nissan News For Seattle, Tacoma, And Bellevue Washington
It’s a sudden swerve - with your fingers slipping on the wheel and your focus drifting from the highway. The tedium of a commute has made you complacent; and you move from one lane to the next, crossing that yellow-lined border within the span of a second.
The 2019 Altima will ensure you don’t remain there.
According to The Verge, Nissan embraces automation with its latest Altima - bolstering the sedan with lane-keeping assistance technology. This innovative program is intended to counter driver error, ensuring optimal positioning on the highway and the backroads. Beneath the windshield sits a high-definition camera, which utilizes a wide-angle lens to monitor the surrounding terrain. Integrated radar sensors assess both vehicle trajectory and lane marker distance, while brake-actuated traction control steadies the wheels. Real-time responses are then engaged when the system detects potential concerns:
If the Altima ventures too closely to the lane markers, a series of audible beeps is released. This allows drivers to manually correct their paths, with a digital display guiding them to the proper alignment.
If the Altima veers past the markers, it automatically deploys both its adaptive cruise control and all-wheel ABS systems, taking control of the steering wheel and re-adjusting the vehicle position.
Each of these responses ensures superior safety on the highway - delivering immediate driver-assistance and seamless navigation. The 2019 Altima will prove ready for every roadway.
To learn more about this Nissan sedan contact us today!
A stale sensibility defines the sedan market - with every platform delivering meek handling and mild responses, unable to go beyond the flat suburban pavement. These cars prove dull, and they force Seattle drivers to endure the slowest of commutes.
Nissan believes it’s time for a change - which is why it’s fusing the 2019 Altima with all-wheel performance.
According to the NY Daily News, the 2019 Altima will redefine the mid-size market - bringing optional Intelligent AWD to Seattle. This system will ensure ferocious handling on the highway and the backroads alike. Advanced sensors will anchor the axles, monitoring torque pressure with every rev. When high speeds are detected, these features will automatically transfer power to the rear wheels (creating a 50:50 performance split that will enhance traction and reduce the chance of under-steerage). Monotube shock absorbers will frame the suspension, creating a more flexible ride; while a dual-pinion electric unit will bolster steering. Sport-tuning now runs throughout the chassis and delivers smooth responses.
To further improve the Altima’s capabilities, Nissan is pairing the AWD with an XTronic Continuously Variable Transmission. This monitors RPM levels, adjusting gear ratios to accommodate speed demands. This will allow the platform to deliver 180 HP with ease.
Accept no compromises, Seattle!
Want to learn more about the 2019 Altima and its AWD technology? Visit our dealership today.
It’s the sharp pinch of a nerve. You wince, shift, try to realign your body - but the pain persists. Up your spine it travels, slapping every synapse; and, when it finally settles at the base of your neck, you groan. This is no way to spend a commute.
Nissan agrees. That's why it’s bringing superior comfort to Seattle, fusing the 2019 Altima with zero gravity seating.
According to Top Speed, the new Altima should feature Nissan’s signature zero gravity seats (official specs have yet to be confirmed, but spy photos have given critics considerable hope). These ergonomic options will counter spinal pain, utilizing 14 distinct pressure points to improve posture. Their angled cushions will align the nerves and back muscles alike, ensuring that all riders remain in optimal neutral positions; while their supple leather materials will encourage relaxation. Plush thigh bolsters will increase circulation, and customizable head-rests will cradle each neck.
This will redefine every commute - enabling both drivers and passengers to experience pain-free miles. The 2019 Altima will combat muscle cramps, aggravated nerves, and misaligned spines to provide pure comfort. With zero gravity comes relief.
Curious about the new Altima? Contact our team today for further information.
Searching for a mid-size upgrade? Nissan will soon unveil its 2019 Altima - promising two powerful engine options for the Seattle market. No longer will commutes be burdened by weak speeds and low torque. Instead this sedan will deliver class-leading performance, injecting highway-thrills into every day.
According to Top Speed, the 2019 Altima will offer two new engines - a 2.5L inline-four and a 3.5L V6. Each will provide segment-shattering power, with Nissan enhancing every rev:
Estimated Performance Ratios: 200 HP and 198 lb.-ft of torque.
Estimated Performance Ratios: 290 HP and 275 lb.-ft of torque.
Nissan seeks to enhance the mid-size market, fusing its Altima with a suite of engine upgrades. Both will boast a revised XTronic automatic transmission (which will promote smooth shifting, transitioning between gears without the friction of a clutch) and a FWD (which will ensure a lighter curb mass and lessen column strain). Direct-injection technology is also anticipated to maximize fuel distribution and allow for steadier torque.
No official specs have yet been confirmed for the 2019 Altima - but, should these rumors prove true, the platform will yield impressive capability in Seattle.
Soon the mid-size market will experience refined style - with Nissan unveiling its 2019 Altima to Seattle. This sedan has been thoroughly refreshed for the new year, with its cabin tailored for families who crave more than mere practicality.
As Car Scoops explains, the 2019 Altima delivers a bold interior style. Supple leather will now line the seats and side trims, creating a plush experience. Metallic finishes bring a polished shine to the console dials, while a three-spoke steering wheel is modeled after the Rogue and ensures a sporty effect. Contrast stitching will define the soft-touch materials; and a lengthened wheelbase will provide up to two inches of legroom (this will enhance the previous model’s class-leading 45 frontal inches and 36.1 rear inches).
To further delight Seattle drivers, the 2019 Altima will also boast a tablet-inspired infotainment console. While specific dimensions have yet to be confirmed, this elongated screen should yield (at least) three extra inches of LCD clarity and provide a more user-friendly interface. Connect to all media content with ease, thanks to the streamlined buttons and flush-mounted high-capactive display.
The new Altima embraces a sleek interior design - and we know that sedan fans will be impressed when it arrives later this year. To learn more about this and other Nissan platforms contact us today!
Prepare, Seattle, for a peerless sedan experience. Sketches of the 2019 Nissan Altima have arrived… and they promise unprecedented style.
As CNET explains, Nissan has just revealed the first images of its 2019 Altima. This sedan (which is currently scheduled for a late summer release) has been beautifully rendered, with its silver body poised to debut at the New York Auto Show on March 28th. That proves too great a wait for critics, however, and they’ve already begun studying every detail of these concept sketches - debating potential specs and likely additions. Among the conclusions they’ve drawn are:
A New Grille - Nissan should fuse the 2019 Altima with a V-Motion design, blending chrome-cladding with custom badges. The aerodynamic arched shape will anchor the platform, helping to reduce friction.
Lighting - Daytime running lights should be integrated into the Altima’s fascia, stretching from lower grille to the hood-line; while boomerang-style headlamps will deliver a fresh look.
Profile - A rear kick-up will transform the body, lending the Altima a speedster style (the windows will be narrowed to showcase the revised frame, which is anticipated to deliver up to two inches of extra length).
Nissan’s latest foray into the mid-size market should prove a success in Seattle, offering drivers the dynamic style they crave. To learn more about this platform contact us today!
A picture is worth a thousand words. As spy-photos of the 2019 Altima flood the online world, however, we think a cheer may be more appropriate. Quick-fingered critics have managed to sneak a peek at Nissan’s premier sedan - and soon Seattle will be celebrating.
Are you ready for the next-generation of mid-size style?
According to Auto Week, spy-photos of the 2019 Altima have surfaced. While none - tragically - reveal the platform’s exterior, they do offer a glimpse into the spacious cabin; and critics are already rhapsodizing about the features they’ve seen:
Quality Materials: a leather-trimmed steering wheel and custom red stitching will elevate the Altima’s cabin, delivering a sporty appearance to every mile. Alcantara seating (though not visible) is expected.
Entertainment Console: a massive new center stack can be seen in the pictures, with Nissan creating a floating super-sized infotainment screen. No official dimensions have been offered, but many anticipate an 8-inch LCD display with capacitive capabilities.
Climate Control: both the placement and exaggerated sizing of the air conditioning dials suggests a revised system. Expect dual-zone technology, along with a potential new cabin filter.
The 2019 Altima should prove a welcome addition to the Seattle market - and we can’t wait to see this sedan when it arrives this fall.
A new breed of mid-size beast is coming to Seattle - with Nissan soon to reveal its 2019 Altima. This sedan will prove unstoppable on both the freeway and the charts, delivering class-leading performance with every rev.
The pony-cars and crossover behemoths are already trembling!
According to CNET, the 2019 Altima will make its official debut at the New York Auto Show (March 30th through April 8th). While Nissan has failed to provide a comprehensive list of specs before this event, rumors have already left critics tantalized - promising exceptional sedan power. Among the expected features are:
The 2019 Altima is rumored to boast both a 1.6L four-cylinder and a 3.5L V6. No performance ratios have been released, but early estimates gauge the HP to hover at a maximum of 270.
Nissan should fuse this sedan with its ProPilot suite - providing Seattle drivers with automated assistance and advanced support. This safety feature (which utilizes radar sensors to assess the road, instantly identifying obstacles and engaging either the steering or brakes to maintain proper lane alignment) will greatly reduce the risk of forward collisions. It will blend Pedestrian Detection technology with 360-degree camera monitoring.
A seven-speed Xtronic transmission is anticipated for the new Altima, with its continuously variable design eliminating the frustrations experienced with a manual clutch (the gear ratio is gone and shifting is instead seamless).
Should these features prove true, they’ll propel the 2019 Altima past the competition - and bring drivers the performance they crave.