Sasha was great to deal with. He was informative, friendly and fun to deal with. He wasnt pushy at all. They were fair about pricing and the whole process was easy and quick. Nicholas who did my fianancing was a pleasure to deal with and I would have to say overall this was the best experience buying a new vehicle I have had.
Outstanding Customer Service & Popcorn
From the second I pulled into the parking lot the experience started... I was greeted as soon as I exit my vehicle and was shown vehicles that I was interested in... Customer Service is key for me and when I didn't received it to my standards at another dealership which was closer to home, I decided to try Key West Ford... I am happy to say that I made a smart decision and needless to say I left with a new vehicle that I'm very happy with... If you are looking for a new vehicle I highly recommend Key West Ford...
Organized and Quick
Second time buying a new truck with the guys at Key West Ford. I'm a busy person and they worked hard while I was unavailable to finalize my truck purchase. Peter Olson worked especially hard for me and I received what I asked for. Thank you!
The salesman was nice
I was so pleased with my experience here. I had my kids with me and it could have been worse. Arash was lovely to deal with. I didn’t feel like the manager really got us.
Great Better then before. Keep the good work up.
It was a great pleasure to have a sales person care about me as a client. The other workers at Keywest Ford were very present to deal with too. In the past the after care service was not good. Keywest has change for the the better. Sales people like Peter Olson are need in the car sales industry. Peter went above and beyond to make my experience to be a great one. I would recommend if you are look for a vehicle to go see Peter at Keywest ford. The team members At Keywest ford were very different to deal with compared to my last few experiences. The new team were great. Keep the good work up.
Excellent customer service!
Highly recommend Peter Olsen for sales. Super helpful and very authentic. Definitely one of my best experiences thus far.
Thank You, Peter!
very good service
I bought the truck by phone after finding it on line. Everyone there was very helpful once I got there. Robert Klaus is excellent and does great follow up to answer any questions.
Key West purchase
The sales staff were not pushy,when a decision was made everything went quickly , and they were helpful in getting me back to the dealership to pick up the truck
Sasha was very helpful from the start. He went above and beyond our expectations. Purchasing our car was an overall pleasant experience. I highly recommend him.
Latest Nissan News For Seattle, Tacoma, And Bellevue Washington
Across the border waits a beast - a snarling diesel-toothed monster, with its back lined in chrome and its tires stomping against the ground. This V8 prowls the streets of Mexico, its six-speed manual transmission delivering a throaty growl with every mile. It’s ferocious; it’s powerful; it’s… refusing to come to Seattle.
Recently Nissan revealed the 2018 Frontier NP300. This twin-turbo platform has already revved to the top of the charts in Mexico, decimating the competition with its low-range 4x4 drivetrain. Seattle critics, however, can’t afford to go down south to see it - and they’re now clamoring for a U.S. release.
Will it happen?
According to TFL Truck, Nissan is considering bringing the NP300 to the United States. High consumer interest has proven the viability of a diesel Frontier, and the platform could serve as a direct competitor for the Ford F-150 and the Toyota Tacoma. Should it cross the border, critics anticipate that it would boast a 2.5L turbocharged engine, yielding 161 HP and 297 lb.-ft of torque. A six-speed manual transmission would provide superior handling, allowing drivers to control every gear; while an estimated 5,000-pound payload capacity would promise mid-size adaptability, accommodating day-to-day hauls with ease.
No official confirmation about the Frontier NP300’s arrival has been given - but we have our fingers crossed that this diesel beast will make its way to Seattle.