Peter was a patient seller with us. He let us decide what car we would like to buy and also he let us drive many cars. He did not rush us to make a decision. We really love our choice. Thank you so much Peter!! For sure we will see you again next time.
Allen is a cool dude on the phone. I live out of town and...
Allen is a cool dude on the phone. I live out of town and when I can get in will be good times. Talk soon!
Overall very good purchase experience. The dealership...
Overall very good purchase experience. The dealership does everything to ensure a safe (COVID) and comfortable experience. Thank you Allen for working very hard to get my deal done.
Alan was very helpful and courteous. He was very covid...
Alan was very helpful and courteous. He was very covid concious and made sure we were comfortable in every part of the experienced. He helped us feel like we were getting the best deal possible. This was our 3rd dealership while hunting for the right vehicle and Alan did not disappoint! The dealership itself is beautiful and everyone we talked to from Financing to insurance was super friendly and helpful! Overall amazing experience!
Good buying experience
Just bought a new truck from this dealership. It was positive experience all around. Peter, Michelle and Michael were all just great to deal with. I even got introduced to the owner of dealership , which made me feel valued as a client. The rest of the staff was friendly and accommodating. Made the whole experience comfortable and I truly appreciated that. My family buys many ford and from now on this will be one of the dealerships I shop at.
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.
Interesting Nissan Facts For Seattle, Tacoma, And Bellevue Washington
Here's an important fact for you today, Tacoma and Kirkland residents! Nissan’s Altima has been sold more than 5.6 million times in its 25-year history. The start of the machine’s sixth generation—the 2019 Altima—is set to kick things into yet another gear.
The 2019 Altima is the first in the long line of sedans to offer Nissan’s Intelligent All-Wheel Drive. This isn’t your father’s AWD; instead, it’s constantly adapting to road conditions. It senses throttle position, vehicle speed, and wheel spin, all in real time, and then will divert up to 50% of available power as necessary in order to maximize performance. In less-than-optimal conditions (poor weather on harsh roads, for instance), traction and control are thereby enhanced.
Note that if you’re traveling under optimal conditions, the 2019 Altima’s Intelligent All-Wheel Drive will send all power to the rear wheels in order to increase responsiveness and overall performance. Thus, no matter what the situation, you’ll be ready to meet it head-on.
It’s quite likely that you’re fond of the Nissan Altima and may even have one in your garage. But how much do you know about this venerable model?
Well, as it turns out, the Altima wasn’t even originally the “Altima,” if that makes sense. The name was first used as an identifier for the top trim of the Nissan Leopard line in Japan beginning in 1986. Later, it was applied to the Laurel mid-size vehicle sold in the Caribbean and Central America prior to 1992. It wasn’t until the Japanese Stanza car (a Nissan Bluebird clone) was replaced by the US-built Altima in 1992 for the 1993 model year that we finally saw the Altima as we know it today. It was initially built in Smyrna, Tennessee until June 2004, when manufacturing continued in Canton, Mississippi.
The ascent of the Altima has been swift. The third-generation model was named the North American Car of the Year in 2002, selling a then record-breaking number of 200,000 units that same year. Now, technologies in the 2019 Altima include zero-gravity seats, five-inch infotainment screens, Bluetooth connectivity, and more.
(Posted on Jan 18, 2019 at 10:41AM by Darby Riales)
The brand new 2019 Nissan Altima is one of the most highly anticipated vehicles of the year. This sleek sedan has made its way into the hearts of Americans as a reliable, practical, and beautiful car. Kickstarting its sixth generation, it features advanced electronics and boasts a bit of exterior restyling.
It’s been 25 years since the Altima first made is debut on the market. Over 5.6 million models have been sold to date. Powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, it produces 188 hp and 180 lb-ft of torque. Equipped with a continuously variable transmission and AWD, it has a fuel economy set at 33 mpg combined (28 city/39 highway).
The top-of-the-line Platinum trim level includes 19-inch alloy wheels and LED headlights with high beam control. This version is also the first to add Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, which adapts to the changing conditions of the road for a smoother experience. Heated bucket seats provide warmth and comfort during the winter months, and you can listen to music through the 9-speaker stereo system.
Want to take one out for a spin? Contact our dealership in Kirkland, WA to try the new Altima today!
(Posted on Sep 23, 2018 at 05:39PM by Danielle Smyth)
Did you hear the news? The 2019 Nissan Altima is going to really shake things up. The automaker has invested a lot of time in adding features that car buyers are certain to love. And why not? This sedan is the second-most popular of the company’s lineup and a fixture on the list of America’s top five most-sold vehicles.
The new model will be the first Nissan sedan ever with all-wheel drive. In addition, it will feature the variable compression engine previously included only in higher-end models, which combines excellent fuel economy with superior performance. The all-new Altima will also boast SafetyShield360, including automatic front and rear braking, pedestrian detection, and lane departure, blind-spot, and cross-traffic alerts. It has an eight-inch touchscreen and 1.9-inch-longer wheelbase, too.
Can’t wait for this amazing vehicle to hit dealerships next month? In the meantime, hurry into our Lynnwood, Washington, location and check out the 2018 Nissan Altima 2.5 S. It is built on a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine, and it’s capable of providing an exciting 179 horsepower and 177 lb-ft of torque. You can expect 27 mpg city and 38 mpg highway in the sedan because it’s so efficient. You’ll also save time otherwise spent at the pump, since it boasts an 18-gallon tank.
(Posted on Aug 25, 2018 at 12:00PM by Darby Riales)
The Nissan manufacturing plant in Smyrna, Tennessee has been steadily producing vehicles for the Japanese automaker for the last 35 years. Since 1992, this factory has built over 4.6 million mid-size sedans and has recently been retooled to create the second-generation Leaf.
The company is now investing $170 million to bring new upgrades for the construction of the upcoming 2019 Altima. These funds will cover the costs of a new laser brazing system that will be used to weld the trunks and a color shop update that will include polyurethane stone guard coat paint. Calibration equipment for the ProPilot Assist driver aids will also be added.
If you can’t wait for the next lineup to debut, consider getting a 2018 Nissan Altima 2.5 S. This five-seater is powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that generates 179 hp and 177 pound-feet of torque. Equipped with a continuously variable transmission and front-wheel drive, it has a fuel economy set at 32 mpg combined (27 city/38 highway). Forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking is now standard on all trim levels and helps to prevent accidents on the road.
Contact our dealership in Kirkland, Washington to schedule a test drive today!