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
(Posted on Feb 23, 2018 at 07:25AM by Michelle Bogle)
According to a recent article by Auto Express, Nissan will be spending more time and money reimagining and reinventing the interior designs of their vehicles over the next few years. The reason is two-fold: the approaching arrival of autonomous cars, which will not require traditional controls, and the growth in the electric vehicle segment.
In the interview, Mamoru Aoki, Nissan's Executive Design Director, said the brand's vehicle interiors will change dramatically with certain elements arriving as soon as the Nissan IMx electric compact SUV makes its debut in 2020. When Nissan unveiled the concept at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, it featured a retractable steering wheel, which speaks to the automaker's forward thinking.
And with autonomous vehicles expected to take the tedium out of daily commuting for motorists, more focus will need to be placed on the interiors of vehicles, versus the driving dynamics of the past. Occupants will more likely notice the quality and details found in the cabin and expect a heightened experience. As well, the advent of electric vehicles is allowing Nissan to break the mold. Without the need for bulky engines and exhaust systems, there is more opportunity to redesign vehicle interiors with a focus on simple shapes, higher caliber materials and passenger-centric cabins.
Knowing Nissan, it will only be a matter of time before they debut their innovative and industry-shaking designs. To learn more about how the automaker is changing how cars are powered, driven and integrated into society, contact our team at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington.