Peter was great helping us find exactly what we were looking for. He was very patient and took his time, making sure we got to see different options so that we walked away with no regrets. I recommend seeing Peter, as he was friendly and comfortable to talk to and I didn't feel pressured.
I found Peter to be utterly professional, knowledgeable...
I found Peter to be utterly professional, knowledgeable about the vehicle I was interested(not necessarily what was on the lot),friendly and not pushy. The dealership has a great team from salesman to parts department and finally to insurance people. Every person was super friendly, kind and professional. I will return when I need to buy another car.
Purchased a Ford Transit 15 passenger
Bought this 15 passenger van from this dealership. Usually I get ticked off with car sales people, but these guys were awesome right from Johny Decosta (sales guy) to Mike (manager). They were genuinely interested in finding the solution for me. They came across fully committed to help.
I would certainly recommend Johny Decosta for buying Ford. I am coming to dealership for my next purchase too.
Peter Olson looked after helping me to choose my new to me- Ford Escape. He was knowlegable and helpful with my selection. I will recommend Peter Olson to my friends. I give him 5 stars! Sandra Hagen
Peter did a great job helping my wife and I pick out our...
Peter did a great job helping my wife and I pick out our daughters first car. It was a very positive experience for us. Thank you Key West Ford
From first contact to driving out of the lot, I had...
From first contact to driving out of the lot, I had amazing service. Both Peter and Gurj were very attentive with keeping me updated throughout the process. Thanks heaps!
Got my Ford Mustang from here and i must say the whole experience from top to bottom was brilliant!
I dealt with Peter Olson and he was warm, empathetic to my needs and professional throughout.
Im not the easiest to deal with but Peter was great. I would consider buying another vehicle from here and i will defo be back when its time to upgrade my Mustang
Awesome experience!! This was my first car and was...
Awesome experience!! This was my first car and was treated fairly and reasonably. Happy to recommend them. Lovely people very professional
Amazing and exceptional service
Wes, Jack, Michelle and Erick were all amazingly helpful...
Wes, Jack, Michelle and Erick were all amazingly helpful and kind to me in finding my first car. Happy to have had their help, thanks!
Latest Nissan News For Seattle, Tacoma, And Bellevue Washington
(Posted on Jan 16, 2018 at 08:00AM by Michelle Bogle)
Yesterday, Nissan unveiled a brand new concept vehicle at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, called the Xmotion (pronounced “cross-motion”). And just 24 hours later, the six-passenger three-row crossover SUV is already receiving rave reviews for its sleek exterior lines and sharp angles, as well as its unique interior, which blends touchscreen displays, innovative control mechanisms, and a futuristic look that’s clean, modern, and expressive.
According to Nissan, the Xmotion concept fuses Japanese culture and traditional craftsmanship with American-styling and next-generation Intelligent Mobility technology. The exterior features a dynamic presence with an understated sculptural body, which includes prominently flared fenders, wedge-shaped headlights, and a bold evolution of Nissan’s iconic V-motion grille. It’s an expression of dramatic simplicity, which is wonderfully contrasted by the rugged metal-crafted wheels and all-terrain tire design. Some automotive journalists have likened the concept vehicle to that of a futuristic version of the cult-classic Nissan Xterra, which they claim is a good thing.
And while the exterior of the Xmotion is incredibly interesting, the interior of this concept vehicle is what’s truly astounding. Inside, it features a crafted design that pays homage to Nissan’s roots by combining a symbolic representation of a Japanese landscape with an advanced user interface and autonomous driving technologies.
This includes a digital assistant that’s personified as a virtual koi fish on the in-car displays. It swims between the console and a middle-mounted armrest touchscreen, and can intelligently program interior cabin conditions based on the destination and user preferences. The virtual koi also assists the Xmotion when in autonomous mode, providing key information about the current route and potential slowdowns, while also handling driving duties.
As for what’s under the hood, Nissan didn’t specify powertrain specs since the Xmotion is an expression of design and technology, versus power and performance. And seeing that it is a concept vehicle, it isn’t intended for production, however, many industry watchers expect that the Xmotion's design cues may find their way to future Nissan SUVs, like the rumored Xterra. Time will be the judge of that.
To learn more about Nissan concept vehicles and how the automaker is bridging the future with its Intelligent Mobility technology, contact our dealership today in Seattle, Washington to speak with a sales associate.