Got a used car here and service was great! A bit pushy...
Got a used car here and service was great! A bit pushy for quick sale but in an acceptable form. Summit was very friendly, and reasonnable to get a better deal than posted.
It was a pleasure working with Jag on the recent purchase...
It was a pleasure working with Jag on the recent purchase of a previously owned car for our daughter. Jag has a calm and professional sales approach that conveys a high degree of honesty and integrity. I would definitely recommend Jag at Key West Ford to anyone looking to purchase a vehicle. Nick in finance was also a pleasure to deal with, his organized, friendly and personable approach made the paperwork quick and easy and was very much appreciated!
Both Jag and Nick are extremely friendly and made the...
Both Jag and Nick are extremely friendly and made the process of purchasing my car fast, easy and stress free! Key West Ford has great hospitality towards their customers and aren’t pushy in any sense. Thanks again!!
Arash is a great dealer
Arash gives you good advice and never push you to buy what is inappropriate car for you. Moreover this dealership has a huge inventory with a wide range of used and brand new cars.
Friendly and helpful
All of the staff from the salespeople to the store manager to the finance guy were friendly, helpful and down to earth. My husband and I ended up purchasing a Ranger the same day we did a test drive and we are extremely happy with it. Our salesman Peter Olson was knowledgeable, friendly and very helpful. The whole experience was wonderful.
Good service, ivan and jag, both provided an excellent...
Good service, ivan and jag, both provided an excellent level of service, were personable and made the experience very good. Thankyou, will recommend them in the future
First time at a dealership looking for a used F150....
First time at a dealership looking for a used F150. Texted Jag the day before and he responded promptly. Showed up the next day to look at the truck I wanted. Bought the truck right away and it was a seemless transaction. Great friendly service in all departments. Had a couple small issues when I brought it home over the weekend. I contacted Jag on Monday and Key West is taking care of my concerns promptly. Great place to buy a vehicle. Thank you!
Big shout to Summit for giving me a great deal on the...
Big shout to Summit for giving me a great deal on the ford Transit Euro Import. Had a few problems initially but fixed up free of charge. Thanks a lot Summit!
I started looking into a new vehicle at the end of last year and Peter was extremely helpful when I first started looking. I planned to go in and look at a vehicle or two but Peter wasn't in. Ben was extremely helpful and took me out on a couple test drives. Decided on a 2018 F150 XLT and would not change a thing. Excellent truck, great shape, great on gas.
Latest Nissan News For Seattle, Tacoma, And Bellevue Washington
Hot on the heels of the LEAF’s FIPA Green Car of the Year honors today comes the announcement that the Nissan Xmotion has garnered its own acclaim. The concept has claimed the "Innovative Use of Color, Graphics or Materials" award at the 2018 North American International Auto Show. This marks the second consecutive time that the manufacturer has nabbed the commendation.
The innovation award comes courtesy of EyesOn Design. It was given to the Xmotion concept in part because of its deft incorporation of hues. Prominently featured on the exterior is a special silver that was created to resemble pewter, a malleable metal often used in Japanese handicrafts. On the interior, red and white were integrated to represent the country’s national colors. Additionally, black was put in to reflect modernity and the advance of technology, as were Nishijin-weave carbon-fiber accents.
It’s not just color, however. The innovative design award was also presented due to Xmotion’s dedication to new user interfaces. The concept pushes the boundaries of modern technology by introducing fresh ways for the driver to control the crossover, including gestures, voice commands, and eye movements. It’s something far beyond what’s seen in current SUVs such as the Pathfinder.
Revealed yesterday at Detroit’s 2018 North American International Auto Show, the Nissan Xmotion concept is a spirited design exploration of everything the future of SUVs can hold for Seattleites and global citizens. It fuses American-centric style with traditional Japanese culture for something altogether different, as is readily apparent when you examine its breathtaking exterior.
Nissan remarks that the refreshed “boomerang” headlights go a step further in aggressiveness on the Xmotion concept, now resembling “forged steel blades" unlike anything seen on, say, the Murano. Cool, right? But there’s also a functional side to this—the lamps are integrated smartly into a single piece, offering turn signals, positional units, and both high and low beams all in one place. Further, the color and intensity alter depending on conditions.
The rear of the Xmotion is similarly inspired. The details are taken from the warmth of kumiko (Japanese puzzles and woodwork). When the taillights are on, blocks will appear that are created by a holographic image—effectively, an optical illusion that oozes progressive style. And on the sides of the crossover, the U-shaped body provides an unbroken visual wave that undulates from front to back.
Today, Nissan took the wraps off their incredible new Xmotion crossover concept at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The forward-thinking compact SUV offers an amazing fusion of Japanese and American craftsmanship on the interior, and we’d be remiss not to detail it in full.
The cabin was built based on the imagery of a river. The center console area acts as the “bridge” over it, offering the allure of the Japanese architectural wood joinery practice, kanawatsugi, which is most often featured in religious shrines of that country. The Xmotion’s instrument panel continues that design in what Nissan considers a “robust bone structure” that exudes strength. It's something wholly different than what you see in today's Rogue, for example.
More concretely, there’s a ton of technology to appreciate in the Xmotion concept. There are seven total displays throughout the dash that offer vehicle settings and information. Notably, each can be controlled through voice commands, gestures, and even eye movements—quite the user interface revolution! There’s also a “digital room mirror” on the ceiling that Nissan has yet to expound upon in detail.
Pick your jaws up off the floor, America! Nissan today unveiled their new Xmotion SUV concept at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, and dang, does it look poised to change the crossover game.
Pronounced “cross motion,” the concept is a six-passenger, three-row SUV with a burly American aesthetic and utility merged with a more nuanced Japanese design sensibility and beauty. Essentially, you’re getting the best of both worlds, inside and out. There’s a lot to digest, so in this post we’ll zero in on the exterior.
The outside of the Xmotion concept is a signal as to the future of Nissan design. It’s dynamic, with the now-signature front grille but also a set of standout U-shaped headlamps and a strong overall stance. All-terrain tires are included alongside a stern, metal-crafted wheel aesthetic. They are mechanical tool-inspired with a tread that’s actually laminated over the 21-inch aluminum alloy rim structure--imagine if your Pathfinder had that! Additionally, the taillight look pulls from traditional Japanese woodwork, while a retractable “rooftop box” appears positively stunning.