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Allan was awesome guy got me the best deal on F 150. I recommend him to anyone and the whole team is good people. Thanks guys !
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I bought my Jeep from there. It was the smoothest purchase i ever made. Tom was delightful. He wasn’t pushy as some sales people you might encounter. I’ve had a few sales people I dealt with a few dealership prior to buying my car and I made my decision with Ford because of this experience( I have to mention Hamid at Subaru Dealership at Boundary is also great.). Tom is very informative and helpful. I can’t say enough good things about Tom and how professional him and his management team was. Go with these guys if you want to have a piece of mind.
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The total experience of purchasing my new vehicle from Allan was enjoyable. Allan was very informative explaining thing and did not push for a sale allowing me to come to the decision that the car I wanted was the right vehicle for me. Every one else I dealt with at Key West Ford was also very friendly and helpful. All in all it was a pleasant experience and I would definitely do it again when the time comes.
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great guys. Rob set me up with a great truck, at a good price. when we were finishing, Ian came out and helped get the truck ready with paper work licence plates etc... Wes was a down to earth manager. I was impressed how these guys and everyone else in the sales department worked as a team. my truck was detailed perfectly. I would recommend this dealership to anyone looking for a new or used vehicle. I have certainly found the dealership that I would do business with in the future.
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First impressions are rarely right - but every glance at the 2018 370Z proves striking. Nissan has delivered a new kind of coupe to Seattle, finally bridging the gap between V6 performance and mid-size style.

According to a recent press release, the 2018 370Z will thrill every fashion devotee. The platform sits on 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels. Dark-tinted headlamps frame the front, with their recessed bezels creating a striking shadowed effect; while black matte-finished chrome defines the door handles. The dramatic roofline is carved from lightweight sheet metal, with its C-Pillar positions revised to form a sharper curve.

Follow the lean panels of the 2018 370Z - the platform measures 168-inches long and weighs a mere 3,333 pounds - and discover a sleek rear design. Boomerang tail-lights complement the wide fenders, while a red reflector-style center emblem catches the light. An available spoiler further impresses, with its smooth lines helping to reduce friction (it counters wind resistance to ensure a drag coefficient of 0.29).

The 2018 370Z has been meticulously crafted by Nissan - with every fascia detail intended to delight. This V6 machine will prove undeniable on the Seattle streets.

Want to take it for a spin? Contact our team today to learn more!
It’s an expectation of performance - with GT-R fans assuming that a V6 will yield exceptional power (565 HP, 467 lb.-ft of torque) and dynamic handling (a NISMO sport-tuned suspension). This coupe was meant to fly.

It was also tailored for entertainment.

According to Nissan, the 2018 GT-R Track Edition delivers more than power. Instead it’s been fused with an advanced infotainment suite - allowing Seattle drivers to remain connected to the digital world. An eight-inch color display offers seamless control, pairing voice-activated interfacing with capacitive touch dials. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto technology provide easy smartphone syncing, while wireless Bluetooth links promise access to every social stream. HD Radio and SiriusXM Satellite combine for a premium sound experience; and TravelLink technology yields custom responses, with users able to piece together a collection of relevant real-time news feeds (monitor fuel prices, scan movie listings, and track stock options with the press of a button).

Anchoring the Track Edition’s infotainment console is a BOSE audio system - which pairs eleven speakers with dual integrated subwoofers to ensure rich chords. Active Sound Enhancement technology further improves every note, eliminating distortion and maximizing base-lines. Rock out as you conquer the road.

Nissan believes that drivers deserve more than mere performance - and its 2018 GT-R Track Edition will prove a perfect addition to the Seattle market. To learn more contact us today!

Power has just received an upgrade - with Nissan fusing its 2018 GT-R Track Edition with a sleek new fascia. No longer is this sport-coupe defined solely by speed (don’t fret, though, Seattle. The twin-turbo 3.5L V6 still yields 565 HP). Instead it boasts dynamic lines, delivering runway-worthy style with every rev.

As Nissan explains, the 2018 GT-R Track Edition will steal every spotlight. Resting on 20-inch forged aluminum-alloy wheels, this platform prowls the pavement. Lean carbon-fiber materials create a sculpted profile (185-inches long, 75-inches wide, 54-inches long); while air vents highlight the narrow paneling. A V-Motion grille boasts matte-chrome detailing, with LED daytime running lights flanking the sides; and the rigid hood-line yields a sleek effect, eliminating the traditional engine de-formation. Quad titanium tips anchor the rear and lend an aggressive touch.

To further delight Seattle drivers, Nissan has paired the Track Edition with a suite of metallic colors - including Deep Blue Pearl, Blaze Metallic, and Jet Black. Each complements the car’s glossy finishes and will catch every eye.

With the release of the 2018 GT-R Track Edition, Nissan is bringing superior styling to the Washington circuit. To learn more about the latest fascia revisions contact our team today.

A mile marker looms in the distance - a faint dot on the horizon, blurred by sun and exhaust. All day speedsters have been racing toward it, their tires smacking against the pavement. Each has tried (and failed) to secure a world-record run, wanting to shatter the seconds.

Only one contender remains - the 2018 GT-R. It gives a mighty rev and sails forward, trying to reach the finish line before the clock winds down. Does it succeed?


According to The Drive, the 2018 GT-R now serves as the world’s fastest coupe - delivering a 3,000 HP run that leaves all records decimated. This platform (anchored by a turbocharged V6) achieves a quarter-mile blitz of just 6.6 seconds, and it reaches a top-speed ratio of 222 in less than five. No other production car has managed such staggering performance.

How did Nissan accomplish this goal? It fused the GT-R with a powerful engine suite. Beneath the hood sits a sport-tuned 24-valve V6, with its aluminum block bolstered by low-friction plasma-sprayed bores to modulate temperatures. The PSI ratio races to 70, ensuring massive boosts of torque; while secondary air intakes propel the heating catalysts and maintain optimum fuel distribution. This all combines with a 3,000-HP output that remains unmatched.

Are you as impressed as we are?

To learn more about the 2018 GT-R contact our team today!

Progress shapes the digital world - with each day yielding a new application, a custom string of code. Seattle consumers can access infinity with the press of a button.

Now they can also access convenience.

According to Car and Driver, Nissan has just bolstered the crossover market - delivering a new Technology Package to its 2018 Rogue SV. This suite promises both infotainment and safety, spanning the digital gamut; and it will enable passengers to better enjoy each mile. Among the included features are:


Discover real-time navigation in the Rogue. A voice-activated interface ensures easy route queries, allowing drivers to quickly scan through traffic patterns and weather conditions; while advanced 3D mapping provides crisp pixels. Utilize Google search functions to locate nearby landmarks, attractions, and more as well.


A 7-inch touchscreen anchors the NissanConnect console, delivering high-definition colors and pinch-to-zoom functionality. This display will showcase custom apps (such as Pandora or Yelp); and it will ensure smartphone convenience, accommodating both Apple and Android platforms.


The Technology Package brings drivers superior support - blending rear cross-traffic alerts with a new 360-degree camera. These functions work in tandem to monitor the road, yielding a series of audible beeps when an obstacle is sensed. 

With the release of the 2018 Rogue SV Nissan ensures a more efficient - and effective - tech experience. To learn more contact us today.
The battle seem predetermined - with critics sliding into their seats, underwhelmed as they watched the competitors enter the arena. The Toyota Tundra, they were certain, would win this fight. It boasted a legacy of power, and no newcomer could defeat it… especially the Nissan Titan. This would be quick event.

It was - but the ending was quite different than anticipated.

As Forbes explains, the 2018 Titan stole the crown from Toyota - delivering a better pick-up experience. During an exhaustive comparison, this half-ton platform reigned supreme in key performance categories, including: style, handling, and cabin design. It delivered a fluid ride, emphasizing driver comfort and all-terrain capability; and not even the venerable Tundra could surpass it.


Forbes appreciates the bold design of the 2018 Titan - noting its powerful frame (229-inches long, 81-inches wide, 77-inches high) and imposing wheel-arches. Chrome detailing highlights the active grille shutters, while a removable front aero spoiler delivers a sporty effect.


Anchored by a seven-speed automatic transmission, the Titan ensures nimble responses. Its RWD provides precise traction distribution, utilizing the 18-inch steel wheels to optimum effect; while a switch-operated transfer case yields crisp control, automatically engaging the available 4x4 to modulate both speed and cornering.


Comfort often proves forgotten in the pick-up market - but the 2018 Titan allows drivers to indulge in every adventure. Leather seats blend power lumbar support with available climate-control technologies, while dual-zone air conditioning promotes precise temperatures. The expansive six-passenger cabin further impresses, offering up to 41.8-inches of legroom.

With the release of the 2018 Titan, Nissan has proven itself to be a true market contender - and it’s left the Tundra in the dust.

To learn more contact our team 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!
The assembly lines are slowing - with Nissan readying both its production teams and its customers for the end of the Juke. Soon this crossover will roll into history, transitioning from the dealerships to the automotive archives. Its time has (almost) come.

Before the Juke takes that long drive into obscurity, however, Nissan intends to provide drivers with one final crossover celebration - delivering a 2018 model this spring.

As Car Scoops explains, the 2018 Juke has just made its Geneva debut (with the International Auto Show proving a perfect showcase for the second-generation speedster). This platform has been refreshed for the new year, delivering a suite of fascia upgrades and interior enhancements. Expect sleek style from every angle.


Dark chrome defines the Juke, with its V-Motion grille anchored by glossy metallic trims. Painted inserts (available in black and white) highlight the five-spoke aluminum-alloy wheels, while the recessed headlamp bezels showcase the rounded fender lines. LED fog lights bring an electric punch to the front, and bright-polished side sills complement the long body. Two shades - Vivid Blue and Chestnut Bronze - have also been added to the current color line-up.


Slip into something striking. The 2018 Juke features supple leather seating and high-gloss black trims. Custom stitching (available in Electric Orange and Power Blue) offers a rally style, while the white-on-black display console proves striking. LED digital tachometers add a further burst of color, drawing the eyes to the newly revised NissanConnect infotainment system and its DRL ports.

The 2018 Juke will prove a chic option for drivers. To learn more about this crossover (including its anticipated production schedule) contact our team today!
If you spend your days being punished on the job site or overworked on a weekend project around the house, you need a comfortable truck to cradle your tired body after a day of back-breaking labor. Despite what society might deem as appropriate, you deserve cushy seating, stretch out room and refined interior details and materials. Allow the 2018 Nissan Frontier to indulge your need for comfort.
According to a recent press release, Nissan's half-ton truck delivers what drivers have been clamoring for - exceptional flexibility and utility with interior features that offer outstanding functionality and comfort. 
With seating for five passengers across its two-row design, the Frontier is appointed with the choice of unique cloth seats or plush leather, depending on the trim level you choose. Adjustments are made easy with multi-way driver and passenger seats and integrated lumbar supports. 
Higher level trims, like the PRO-4Xs and SLs, come equipped with upgraded leather-wrapped steering wheels and shift knobs, which feel nicer as they glide through tired hands. Power-adjustable heated side mirrors are also standard on certain grades, allowing drivers to make quick modifications on the fly without leaving the comfort of the cabin.
And when it comes to legroom, the 2018 Frontier welcomes long limb passengers with up to 42.4-inches in the front and 33.6-inches in the back. Struggles for stretch out space are a thing of the past with this truck.
Get comfortable behind the wheel of Nissan's all-new Frontier. To book your test drive, contact our dealership in Seattle, Washington.
Does perfection need an upgrade? Nissan seems to think so - with its 2019 Maxima revealing a refreshed fascia. This sedan (which should arrive to the Seattle market by late summer) was recently spied roaming the Michigan streets; and quick-fingered critics were able to snag photos as it rumbled by with signature V6 grace.

Are you ready for a new mid-size option?

As Motor One explains, Nissan is bringing a new Maxima to Seattle. Though few confirmed specs have been released about this model, visual clues have been gleaned from recent spy-shots - and they all suggest a sedan that will impress from every angle. A V-Motion grille is anticipated, with chrome lines and custom badging anchoring the front. Revised headlamps should feature slitted shapes, while LED tail-lights will boast heightened mounting positions. A quad-tipped exhaust system is also expected, replacing the traditional dual oval outlets. These modifications will ensure a sophisticated mid-size entry.

Despite the bevy of fascia changes, however, Nissan intends to maintain at least one Maxima detail - its engine. Critics believe that the current 3.5L V6 will fit easily beneath the hood of the 2019 model, delivering up to 300 HP and and 261 lb.-ft of torque. Some things, after all, simply can’t be improved.

Want to learn more about the 2019 Maxima? Contact our team today!