We just purchased a 2018 F-150 from Robert Antoniak at Key West Ford in New Westminster BC. The truck is awesome. we looked around at all the makes of full-size pickups, new and used, and finally settled on a Ford. From the time we walked into the dealership until we drove the truck home, the service was outstanding. Robert was professional, informed, and patient. He listed, advised, educated and helped us, as new to full-size pickups, to decide what it was we needed and, more important, what we didn't need. He spent more time helping us out then we would have expected, and he has a great sense of humour. I would recommend Robert Antoniak and Key West Ford to anyone looking for a new or used vehicle.
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I bought my fourth car from this dealer ship and every time I got very satisfy. I got a used car and they took care of both of us .
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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 !
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
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Standard no longer proves ordinary - with Nissan fusing its 2018 Titan XD fleet with a comprehensive suite of safety features. This half-ton platform redefines security on the highway, connecting drivers to intuitive technologies and peerless control. Fear the miles no more.
As Car and Driver explains, the 2018 Titan XD hosts a bevy of advanced standard features - ensuring that every trim level (from the S to the Platinum Reserve) offers superior support. Anchoring the platform is an airbag suite, which combines roof-mounted curtain inflatables with dual-stage front supplementals. These utilize rollover sensors to ensure precise engagement, greatly reducing the effect of every impact. Electronic traction control maintains stability, countering uneven terrain with gyroscopic monitoring and an active limited brake slip: both of which work in tandem to assess, and respond to, changing inclines. A tire notification system warns of waning pressure levels, while three-point ALR seat-belts boast integrated load limiters to promote secure rides. These will deliver a series of chiming alerts if the pretensioners are compromised.
To further improve each rev, the 2018 Titan XD also boasts a four-wheel brake system - which utilizes both vented technologies and force distribution to bolster stoppage. Together, they enhance the anti-lock speed, allowing the truck to more efficiently respond to the press of a pedal. This allows the tires to smoothly engage.
With the release of the 2018 Titan XD, Nissan brings class-leading features to Seattle. To learn more about this pick-up contact our team today.
Chic proves an unfamiliar word within the half-ton dictionary. Bulky lines and heavy panels instead define each truck - with drivers resigning themselves to a less than refined style.
With the release of the 2018 Titan XD, Nissan seeks to shatter this expectation - delivering a pick-up that proves both brawny and beautiful. No compromise is needed.
According to Car and Driver, the 2018 Titan XD is masterfully designed. Its lean profile - 242.7-inches long, 79.5-inches wide, and 78-inches high - brands it as unique in the segment, with its main competitors (the Ford F-150 and RAM 2500) proving hulking in comparison. 17-inch silver-painted steel wheels deliver five-spoke styling, while skid plates line the undercarriage. A chrome grille offers hexagonal mesh inserts; LED daytime running lights line the front; and black-capped mirrors feature wide angle-lenses and extendable bars, anchoring the sleek side panels.
The 2018 Titan XD also boasts available rocker moldings and running boards. These emphasize the truck’s athletic design, drawing eyes to the high-arched wheel wells and slim side panels.
Nissan believes that drivers deserve more than mere power (though none can deny the potency of the XD’s 5.6L V8, which yields 390 HP and 394 lb.-ft of torque). This pick-up proves ready to steal the spotlight with every mile.
(Posted on Mar 14, 2018 at 08:21AM by Michelle Bogle)
What’s hotter than a Nissan Titan? How about a Smokin’ Titan – the automaker’s latest concept vehicle to appear at the 2018 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, Indiana. Described as the dream vehicle for tailgating and barbequing enthusiasts, this truck transforms into a mobile grill with a 2018 Titan XD Gas King Cab as its base.
The Smokin' Titan was created by removing the factory bed and mounting it to a B&S custom trailer that's hooked up to the rear of the truck. The Titan’s existing tailgate was then replaced with a CM Truck Beds aluminum flatbed, which created three food prep stations, including a double burner stove, a Churrasco Brazilian wood cutting board, and a Teton Steel custom on-board sink and water storage system. There’s even a slide-out fridge and freezer, as well as a custom-built spice rack to complete the set-up. It promises a smokin’ good time with family and friends while you cheer on your favorite sports teams from the tailgate line.
From workhorse to grill master, the 2018 Titan XD does it all. To learn more, contact us at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington.
With the release of the 2018 XD, Nissan seeks to whet every driver’s all-wheel appetite - delivering a custom half-ton platform that will prove equally at ease on the backroads or the fry-line. The Smokin’ Titan has arrived.
According to Four Wheeler, Nissan has set its sights on the culinary world - introducing Seattle food fans to its Smokin’ Titan. This XD pick-up offers custom performance, with its chassis tailored for those who love to play, and prep, hard. An aluminum liner now defines the bed, delivering durability. A Partner Steel double-burner oven has been placed along the interior wheel-walls, while a Churrasco cutting board folds out from the sides. Step onto the running boards to quickly access the integrated 24x24 sink (a water system rests directly beneath the rear bay); and slide into the cabin to open an ARB refrigerator. It’s tucked beneath the flat-folding floor panels, along with an available spice rack.
The 2018 Titan XD has been engineered for epicurists - with Nissan fusing it with a series of dry-smoker boxes and char-grille sliding trays. These utilize the brand’s signature Utili-Track cleats to move freely across the bed, ensuring easy access for chefs as they chop, cut, and cure.
Barbecue will soon be mobile.
Want to learn more about the 2018 TItan XD and its chef-inspired upgrades? Contact our team today.
Nissan embraced a simple philosophy with its 2016 Titan XD - less is never more. This pick-up proved undeniable on both the highway and the backroads, delivering a profile that could accommodate even the toughest hauls. It was big, brawny, and beautifully tailored for Seattle’s payload demands.
Now Car and Driver celebrates the 2016 Titan XD - offering an examination of its massive frame and ample cargo options. This platform features a 151.6-inch wheelbase, effortlessly accommodating up to five passengers. Its muscular body (which extends 243.6-inches in length, 80.7-inches in width, and 78.4-inches in height) adapts to every demand, blending a 79.2-inch bed with an available Class IV hitch receiver. The optional utili-track system delivers best-in-class storage, with its custom tie-downs and moveable cleats adjusting to all payloads; and the 12,310-pounds of conventional towing proves a boon.
The 2016 Titan XD is a true half-ton beast - and its ferocious size extends beyond the fascia. Car and Driver notes that Nissan paired this platform with a total passenger volume of 120 cu.-ft. This provides riders with superior space (the front row alone offers 41.8-inches of legroom and 63.3-inches for shoulders).
There can be no doubt that the 2016 XD remains one of the market’s most formidable options - and the Kirkland team knows it will adapt to our customers’ needs. To learn more contact us today.
Great size demands slow speeds. This is an automotive truth that’s haunted your every mile - forcing you to endure slow accelerations and stuttering stops. Nimbleness, you know, is an impossibility.
Allow Nissan to redefine your reality - with its 2016 Titan XD proving a deft option for every driver.
As Car and Driver explains, the 2016 Titan XD offers surprising speed. Despite its hulking frame - which measures 243-inches long, 81-inches wide, and 79-inches high - this 7,280-pound behemoth can keep pace with the coupe market. Press the pedal and feel its 5.0L V8 engine roar to life, offering:
0 to 60 Acceleration: 9.4 seconds.
0 to 100 Acceleration: 28.9 seconds.
Anchored by a responsive Aislin transmission - as well a series of lightweight aluminum components, including engine valve covers and a selective-catalytic reducer - the Titan can achieve a maximum speed of 104 MPH. It allows drivers to quickly accelerate, reaching its top gear in just 7.3 seconds.
Those hauling heavy payloads know, however, that fast speeds demand superior stoppage - which is why the XD’s ability to decelerate from 70 MPH in a mere 197 feet should impress.
No longer compromise performance for power. Instead let Nissan provide you with both.
To learn more about the 2016 Titan XD contact our dealership today.
Time rarely proves a friend to the automotive world - undermining performance and stripping away value with every year. It overwhelms pick-ups… and leads them quickly to the scrap-yard.
Nissan seems to have tamed the tick-tock beast, however - because its 2016 Titan XD still offers class-leading power in Seattle.
According to Car and Driver, the 2016 Titan XD remains a potent pick-up. Boasting a 305 cu.-inch V8, this platform generates 310 HP and 555 lb.-ft of torque. It combines sequential turbocharged technology with a robust 32-valve design, delivering a redline of 3,200 RPM; and its direct-injection functionality promises enhanced fuel distribution, with 15 MPGs achieved on the highway. A six-speed automatic transmission (complete with manual mode) ensures deft handling, while the engine's iron block construction can endure even the lowest Washington temperatures.
This pick-up promises sustainability - keeping pace with both its contemporaries and its current competitors. Push the Cummins engine to the limits and discover segment-leading performance (up to 12,310 pounds of conventional towing and up to 2,589 pounds of payload hauling). Time hasn’t left the Titan struggling.
Want to check this platform out for yourself? Visit our dealership today for further information about the 2016 Titan XD!
It seems the smallest of dimensions - a mere three inches. What good, you wonder, could such a so-called upgrade provide?
Nissan is quick to remind Seattle drivers that bigger doesn’t always prove better - and sometimes the tiniest of improvements can yield massive effects. Get ready for the newly enhanced 2018 Titan XD!
According to CNET, the 2018 Titan XD will now offer an exclusive suspension lift kit - which will add three inches to the chassis. While this number seems (at first) to be less than impressive, Nissan explains that the platform already boasts a 79-inch height. It leads the half-ton pack and, with this upgrade, it will only further assert its dominance on the backroads.
By adding three inches to the suspension, Nissan will improve overall water wading capabilities - allowing the Titan to more efficiently navigate Washington’s coastal trails. It will also increase stability, with the kit utilizing both coil-over shock absorbers and new rod-end bearings. These will strengthen the independent suspension and provide a more adaptable ride, reducing the impact of rocks, ruts, and more.
The greatest value of this Titan upgrade, however, lies in its convenience. CNET explains that the bolt-on design will spare drivers a frustrating body modification, instead requiring only a few hours at a trusted dealership to complete. Installation will prove easy.
Want to learn more about the 2018 Titan XD’s new suspension kit? Visit our team today!
(Posted on Jan 18, 2018 at 07:02PM by Mat Wilkins)
The Titan XD features the massive Cummins turbo diesel underneath its hood— which sounds great on paper, but what exactly is this engine capable of? Allow us to take you on a mystical tour through its various features and abilities, so you can see firsthand why this full-size pickup is a class leader in project-crushing power.
Designed specifically for the Titan XD, the Cummins engine is a powerhouse of towing ability. With an astonishing 310 hp and 555 lb-ft of torque, expect hauling humongous loads to go by without a hitch— or with one, whatever you like! Able to pull over 12,000 lbs and carry 2,000 in its bed, the Titan XD is ready for whatever: from moving out of your home all the way to building one.
With the Holset M2 two-stage turbocharger, significant lags in acceleration through the gear range will be a thing of the past. Whatever cargo you’re moving, this truck can get it up and out of the project space without so much as a shudder. With its dual overhead cams system, the Cummins engine fires its cylinders with extreme precision, ensuring that you’ll experience excellent power and performance no matter the payload.
(Posted on Dec 24, 2017 at 12:22PM by Mat Wilkins)
To celebrate the darkest day of the year, Nissan released the 2018 Titan XD Midnight Edition on December 21st. Designed with a heaping helping of flair and personality (on top of the style it already had no less), this truck’s new coloring is bound to turn heads anywhere. Coupled with its remarkable performance features, this vehicle is a no-brainer for those drivers seeking to leave an impression of both their car’s ability and its attitude.
The first —and arguably the most noticeable— feature of the truck’s recent makeover is its 20-inch aluminum wheels, dyed to complement its namesake. Next comes the distinctive grille, recolored to match the paint-job that’s available in ‘pearl white’, ‘gun metallic’, or (of course) ‘super black’. The inky surrounds in the headlights are the cherry on this cake, letting those around you know immediately what they’re dealing with.
Style and flair aside, no truck is complete without sheer, unbridled strength. After all, what’s a dog that’s all bark? The XD model is capable of over 12,000 lbs of towing capacity and 2,000 lbs of payload, easily ensuring no project is too ambitious for this powerful pickup. Fueled by the available V8 Cummins turbo-diesel engine, expect the type of force that tackles jobs like a square-shouldered quarterback.