Jag and Kal were great to deal with! Both were professional and helped me every step of the way when I purchased my new vehicle. I would recommend these guys for sure.
Great helpful personel
Everything went like clockwork from the pickup at ferry terminal to meeting with pete olson at dealership and finalizing the deal
Best experience with a dealership
Best experience ive had with a car dealership, i felt connected with the people i had the pleasure of working with, very kind and accommodating really felt like they wanted to help me get a good deal.
Outstanding Dealership and People
Top notch Professionalism and Courtesy displayed by everyone involved in my deal, would recommend to anyone without hesitation, could not be happier with this Outstanding Dealership and People!!
First Time Purchase
As first time new car purchasers, my fiancé and I were delighted with the experience of purchasing our new 2018 Ford Escape. Peter made us feel at ease, and let us see a variety of vehicles, even going as far as pulling them out of their parking spots to let us see each and every car in a bit more open area.
Peter was kind, light-hearted and didn’t make us feel pressured into making any decisions. He was up front about the previous ownership of the vehicle we decided on, and even printed off the reports for us to keep. When we had further questions, he brought Wes over to meet with us and discuss the vehicle further.
It was so nice, being first time buyers, to have a pressure-free and up front conversation about our new purchase.
We highly recommend Peter, and the entire Key West team, to help you find your new vehicle!
Best Deal Ever
Friendly people,they set me up with a very nice deal! I‘m able to get everything done in one day!I would go to these guys again
Great Experience, Great Deal!
We arrived just before the dealership was to open and Jag came out and welcomed us in and helped us immediately. He quickly located the vehicle we were looking at and brought it to us. Jag was extremely helpful and knowledgeable.
We decided on the vehicle and we worked out a great deal.
I also wanted to send a thank-you to Ivan and Gurj!
Overall we are very happy with our vehicle, very happy with our deal and extremely satisfied with our overall experience. I would have no problem recommending Jag and Key West Ford!
Exactly the vehicle we were looking for
Robert was extremely knowledgeable and personable from the first phone call to his most recent follow up call. We had done our research and were looking for a specific Ford F150 that could pull our fifth wheel trailer. Robert listened carefully and suggested that we come in and see the one used vehicle that met our criteria. Never pushy but friendly and excellent at his job. Wanted to make the deal but willing to negotiate and make sure that we satisfied with the process. Highly recommend Robert to any of my friends and thanks for making the buying experience pleasurable.
We recently purchased a new Ford Escape and were impressed with the friendly and courteous service. Lino and Wes were very helpful and knowledgeable. They patiently and confidently answered our many questions and guided us through the process with ease. Thank you also to Jeff who promptly assisted us when we returned the next day with a couple of questions when Lino and Wes were not available. Overall, we appreciated the attentive service from all staff from our initial visit through the financing and insurance.
Latest Nissan News For Seattle, Tacoma, And Bellevue Washington
Nissan’s always up to something that involves pushing boundaries and gradually evolving the world we’re living in. Sometimes that purely entails a new automobile-exclusive technology, but at other junctures, it’s something a bit grander in scope. This is the latter case, as the manufacturer is working to nurture a clean energy initiative in Japan and globally.
The initial focus comes in the Land of the Rising Sun. Nissan announced today that 2018 LEAF owners in that country qualify for the free installation of solar panels. The unique offer comes via a partnership between Ecosystem Japan and the automaker, with the goal of achieving the use of 100% clean energy to power the all-new electric vehicle. Anyone that signs up for a qualifying plan will receive the system, which can then be leveraged to juice up their EV.
The 2018 LEAF itself brings the prospect of clean energy usage outside of Japan and to the rest of the world, including within Seattle when the car releases early next year. The new vehicle adopts a maximum driving range of 150 miles on only one charge. Additionally, the all-electric engine produces a healthy 147 horses and 236-lb.-ft. of torque.
Contact us today to hear more about the LEAF and any clean energy initiatives Nissan may have cooking for the United States!
The all-electric Nissan LEAF is an incredible zero-emissions vehicle that’s been completely redesigned for 2018, offering brand new performance and intelligence features. Accordingly, consumers are voting with their wallets. A total of 10,000 customers have already pre-ordered the car ahead of next year.
Since its unveiling in October 2017, the 2018 LEAF has received unprecedented interest. Orders for the first EV in the line back in 2010 only numbered in the hundreds. It was, after all, unproven technology. However, there has been a five-fold increase in purchases since 2012, with 83,000 drivers now on the road.
The 10,000 orders in Europe alone come ahead of the LEAF’s release in February 2018. Consumers in Seattle will be eager to get in on the fun, too, as the new car features a number of advancements. Included among these is ProPILOT Advanced Driving Assistance, which monitors vehicles traveling ahead and automatically breaks and centers itself within the lane as necessary. Additionally, the EV boasts a 150-mile range and the convenience of ePedal technology. This system enables owners to stop, start, accelerate and brake using only one input.
Get ready, Seattle and North America! The all-new 2018 Nissan LEAF is almost here, scheduled for a release early this year in this territory. However, in the interim, aficionados on our side of the pond can look on eagerly as production has kicked off on the zero-emissions wonder car in the United Kingdom.
Nissan announced this week that the very first LEAF EVs are coming out of the plant in Sunderland, UK. The initial vehicles will be delivered to European customers in February. Each will be imbued with the latest technology, including improvements over the 2017 model in regards to design, driver assistance, and range.
The new LEAF delivers a range of 150 miles on a single battery charge, with performance increased to a total of 147 horses and 236-lb.-ft. of torque. There’s also intelligent design throughout. ProPILOT Advanced Driving Assistance monitors surrounding vehicles and automatically controls the distance to the automobile traveling ahead, as well as centering the car within the lane. Additionally, the new e-Pedal is standard on all models. It enables operators to start, stop, increase and decrease speed by using only the accelerator, simplifying the experience.
Nissan has announced a partnership with TEPCO to begin a virtual power plant study. The project will first take place in Japan, although the company hopes to bring the initiative worldwide in the future.
TEPCO employees will utilize the e-NV200 electrical commercial van for the project, while Nissan’s own staff will turn to the zero-emissions LEAF. Starting this past week and running until the end of January, participants will be instructed to only charge their EVs when demand on the local power grid is low. The study will then assess how closely each individual alters their routine when they choose to “juice up” their cars.
The project will utilize existing infrastructure and leverage Nissan’s telematics system, a service that caters to LEAF and EV owners by enabling the remote monitoring of their vehicles via a smartphone app. The hypothesis is that power demand fluctuations on the grid will be mitigated if participants adhere to the charging instructions. All data collected will help to ascertain the most efficient electric car usage, with the intent to eventually create virtual plants worldwide as part of a smart-energy society.
As a reminder, the 2018 LEAF is poised to advance all-electric design when it releases in North America later this year. The new 40-kilowatt lithium-ion battery provides 150 miles of driving range, and the motor generates 147 HP and 236-lb.-ft. of torque.
The praise for Nissan’s all-new 2018 LEAF is growing ever greater ahead of its release early next year. A number of journalists and esteemed organizations have recognized its dedication to intelligent technology and a zero-emissions design, and now the automobile has been named “Best Small Family Car.”
The distinction comes courtesy of the Next Green Car Awards 2017, which recognizes the most environmentally friendly automobiles that debuted in the United Kingdom over the past year. Eight separate categories were offered and winners were chosen from a pool of 21 different models from 18 total manufacturers. Notably, the LEAF snagged the same commendation in 2015.
Highlights of the 2018 LEAF that wowed the Next Green Car Awards judges were its driving technologies and improved range—the latter now at 150 miles, an improvement of 43 over the 2017 model. The vehicle also incorporates a fantastic, 40-kilowatt lithium-ion battery that results in 147 horses and 236-lb.-ft. of torque. Additionally, the new ePedal system lets operators start, accelerate, brake, and stop all via one input. Further, semi-autonomous control is provided in single-lane highway situations.
Nissan’s incredible, zero-emission, all-electric Nissan LEAF saw release in the fall of 2017 in Japan. Now, thanks to a continued production ramp up in Smyrna, Tennessee, the wonder car is set for North American release in Seattle and beyond in January 2018.
The 2018 LEAF is a showstopper when it comes to advanced technology. ProPILOT Assist provides semi-autonomous driving in single-lane highway situations through automatic control of steering, braking, and acceleration. The vehicle’s new fast connection, 240-volt port system also enables it to receive a charge of 88 miles in under thirty minutes. That’s super speedy, and will certainly come in handy if you forgot to charge your car the night before.
When fully juiced up, the 2018 LEAF has a total driving range of 150 miles—an improvement of 43 over the outgoing 2017 model. It’s all possible via a 40-kilowatt lithium-ion battery and an electric motor that generates 147 HP and 236-lb.-ft. of torque. You’ll be able to cruise through Seattle, Renton, and Bellevue with peppy performance!
This week has been a big one for Nissan. Hot on the heels of their recognition as an “A list” business for H20 stewardship in the 2017 Global Water Report, the automaker has brought home this year’s Thailand Automotive Quality Award for "Outstanding Brand Image for Environmental Friendly.” The distinction recognizes the company’s pioneering all-electric work with the LEAF and similar vehicles.
The award was presented to Peter Galli, vice president of Communications at Nissan Motor (Thailand) Co., Ltd., by the chair of the Impact Muang Thong Thani event, Dr. Somchai Harnhirun. The distinction comes as a result of the company’s dedication to electric technology and reduced emissions, as seen in the Note, Almera, March, and LEAF cars.
In his speech, vice president Galli noted the automaker’s longstanding dedication to the environment through 70 years of electric vehicle research, beginning with the Tama line in 1947. Driving pleasure, affordability, and air quality improvement measures are all seen in the latest 2018 LEAF, a zero-emission EV that makes use of ProPILOT Assist Technology. This enables braking, steering, acceleration, and more autonomous assistance in stop-and-go situations on single-lane highways. Additionally, e-Pedal functionality and similar Intelligent Mobility features help ensure safety, all while a 150-mile cruising range is achieved.