Great customer service. Every single person who was involved in our new car purchase did a top notch job. Super professional and friendly team.Highly recommended this dealership. Allen was helping us to get the best deal possible on our purchase. Thank you again for all the help
I had a very good experience dealing with everyone involved at Key West Ford and would recommend them. They were very professional and made the whole process enjoyable!
My second deal with them.Excellent customer service.Very professional.They took care of everything.Even for finance not a single issue.Thamk you again guys.Enjoying my new ride😉
Above & Beyond
This fellow is one of a kind. In all my life I’ve never had a good experience at a car dealership until I went to Key West Ford. What an amazing group of people. My focus titanium(2017) is the second purchase that I’ve made off Michael both experiences were something to write home about.
Whether you’re in the market for a Ford or any other kind of vehicle please do yourself a favour and check out the great people at Key West Ford.
Helped me find the car I want
This is my first car purchase. When I came to here, I didn't have a clear idea on what car I shall buy. Allan showed me around on several probable ways to buy my first car. The next day, he also found another car that suit my current need.
As I am new to Canada, there are a lot of differences on law, rules and regulations from the country I was in. Allan provided useful information on all of them and helped me get to a purchase solution that can fit into my short term and long term plan.
Now I have used the car for some time and everything seems good :)
2017 F150 supercrew
Great pricing, very helpful. I'm from out of town and was on a tight schedule. Jag and the rest of the folks at key west were sensitive to my time constraints and had my truck ready for delivery with no hiccups.
We had a small car budget in mind and after talking it over and trying various model we settled for something newer than expected without breaking the bank.
Very happy with my purchase and recommend to anyone looking for a used or new car to start at key West Ford.
Great experience buying my 1st Ford
I knew I wanted an Escape and had been shopping online for a few months. I found the vehicle I wanted and made an appointment for a test drive. It happened to be a Key West Ford. I made the appointment online and Jag reached out to me very quickly to set it up.
Jag was very friendly and talkative but certainly not pushy or how you've been trained to think of a used car salesperson. He answered my questions and was generally a nice guy to chat with.
I mentioned very early on what I was looking for but that I wasn't going to making a purchase that day. Even though he knew I wasn't buying he still wanted to make sure I knew everything I could about the vehicle I'd driven as well as anything else I might be looking into a vehicle for. I took his card when I left and made darn sure to get in touch with him once I'd made my decision.
I got a great deal from Jag and Key West Ford and would recommend you going to talk to him if you're on the fence about a new Ford.
Best experience ever
From the moment I arrived I felt there was something different. All of the staff are amazing, and the best part is the manager agreed to donate to my favourite Charity.
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Value proves forgotten among the crossover market. Kirkland drivers roam dealer aisles, searching for savings; but their efforts are always in vain. Every platform is burdened with high costs and low incentives.
The 2018 Kicks will change that.
According to CNET, the 2018 Kicks will yield strong value - with its base model costing approximately $18,000! This is $2,000 less than its Juke predecessor; and it provides drivers with the rewards they crave. Nissan has bolstered this platform with both a low entry cost and a suite of advanced standard features, ensuring that compromise is a thing of the past.
Among the included technologies are:
Safety - automated headlamps respond to low-visibility conditions, utilizing LED bulbs to cut through the dark; while the all-wheel brakes will seamlessly engage, using ABS precision to detect an impending collision. A rearview camera further enhances driver protection, delivering high-definition streaming and gridline route tracking.
Infotainment - the 2018 Kicks comes with a seven-inch LCD display screen. This provides easy access to the NissanConnect suite (which offers custom applications, including Pandora, iHeartRadio, and Yelp) and wireless Bluetooth links.
Power - beneath the Kicks’ hood rests a four-cylinder engine, which yields 125 HP and 115 lb.-ft of torque. This anchors the entire fleet and ensures a smooth FWD performance.
With the release of the new Kicks Nissan provides drivers with undeniable value - delivering a budget-friendly crossover that won’t sacrifice capability. To learn more contact our team today.
(Posted on May 9, 2018 at 01:14PM by Michelle Bogle)
Looking to get your “kicks” along Route 66 this summer? Well, now you can in Nissan’s newest crossover to hit its line-up. Unveiling later this spring, the 2018 Kicks will take the place of the now-defunct Juke, promising Seattle area drivers practicality and fuel efficiency with more conventional styling.
The 2018 Kicks will be offered in three well-equipped trims (S, SV and SR) with pricing beginning at $18,965. All models will feature front-wheel drive only, which is ideal for urban drivers, and come with the same 125-horsepower 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 115 lb-ft of torque. A continuously variable automatic transmission is also standard across the board, which is rated for 33 mpg combined and fetches better fuel economy than the Juke’s 29 mpg combined.
One of the greatest advantages of the all-new Kicks is its capacity. In an article by Cars.com, the reviewer was very impressed by the interior layout and backseat leg- and head-room of the small crossover, which is often hard to find in this segment. The Kicks also boasts loads of cargo space behind the back seat – 25.3 cu. ft. to be exact, which beats out other popular models, like the Toyota C-HR’s 19 cu. ft. or the retired Juke’s 10.5 cu. ft.
Can’t wait to go for a test drive? Neither can we! To pre-book your appointment in an all-new Kicks, contact our team at Kirkland Nissan today.
The competition is fierce - with crossovers warring at the pump, trying to secure the highest MPG ratios. They know that drivers will no longer abide inefficient engines, and they seek to push the boundaries of economy with every mile.
They needn’t bother. This battle is already decided.
According to the NY Daily News, the 2018 Kicks (Nissan’s latest crossover platform) will deliver class-leading economy - with its combined MPG ratio anticipated to reach 33. This places it far above the competition, with even the Honda HR-V and Mazda CX-3 only able to generate a 31 rating.
How will it deliver such impressive results? The NY Daily News explains that Nissan emphasizes finely-tuned performance. Its 1.6L DOHC engine pairs continuous variable valve timing with an advanced 16-valve design - increasing overall air intake levels to optimize revs. The FWD’s mounting position promotes a lower curb weight (2,489 pounds), which requires less power to propel the car forward; while the XTronic automatic transmission provides crisp responses, nimbly shifting between each gear ratio to eliminate clutch strain. All of these elements greatly reduce the amount of fuel needed per mile, and they enable the Kicks to more efficiently distribute its resources.
This promises a best-in-class MPG rating - with Seattle drivers now able to devote themselves to four-cylinder fun, rather than standing at the pump. Take advantage of this Juke-inspired platform's spirited performance (125 HP, 115 lb.-ft of torque) with every press of the pedal.
To learn more about the 2018 Kicks contact our team today.
Standard is an unflattering word. When spoken by drivers it conjures images of lackluster specs and mediocre performance - the middling options slapped onto a chassis. This should change, however, with the release of the 2018 Kicks.
Nissan is injecting new energy into the standard feature concept - and Seattle drivers will soon find themselves experiencing premium technology on entry-level trims.
According to the NY Daily News, the 2018 Kicks (which will serve as the successor to the much-beloved Juke) is on its way - and it’s bringing a comprehensive suite of standard features. No longer will drivers have to piece together advanced options through packages and aftermarket add-ons. Instead they’ll find themselves greeted by top-tier functionality, including:
Bluetooth - utilize integrated links to power both smartphones and the NissanConnect console (which delivers access to voice-activated apps and navigation software). This ensures that drivers experience no hot-spot lags and can always engage with their devices.
USB Inputs - three ports are provided, offering seamless content uploading from tablets, music players, and other compatible devices. These are placed in both the front and the rear to allow for full passenger convenience.
Rearview Camera - take advantage of real-time streaming and high-definition pixels, with this function providing comprehensive environmental scanning (courtesy of the radar sensors placed along the bumper).
Automatic Emergency Braking - intuitive front-mounted scanners survey the terrain, using extensive 3D mapping to note both uncertain traffic patterns and unsafe terrains. If an obstacle is sensed, these systems will release a forward collision warning through the NissanConnect monitor and then gently engage the ABS to reduce the chance of impact.
With the inclusion of these features, the 2018 Kicks offers superior technology with every purchase. To learn more contact us today!
The statistic proves staggering - with critics staring at a collection of numbers, expressions poleaxed and thoughts perplexed. The 2018 Kicks (which will serve as the successor to the Juke when it arrives in Seattle this fall) secures one sale every 10 minutes in Latin America. This delivered approximately 58,000 total units in 2017; and it should yield a similar number by this year’s final quarter.
Why is this calculation so important to Washington critics? The Kirkland team has the answer: they’re using it as a gauge for the Kicks’ stateside success.
According to Web Wire, the 2018 Kicks has generated massive numbers in Latin America (particularly in Brazil, Argentina, and Chile). This platform averages 6.5 sales every hour - ranking it among the region’s top performers. Drivers have responded to its bold style and peppy powertrain, with demand rising every month.
That demand should follow the Kicks to Washington when it makes it debut later this year. Boasting a 1.6L 16-valve four-cylinder engine, this Juke replacement yields a sprightly 125 HP and 115 lb.-ft of torque. An XTronic transmission provides crisp handling, while electronic stability and traction control anchors the FWD (ensuring nimble handling around every curve). A twist-beam suspension promises all-terrain responses, blending shock absorbers with stabilizer bars; and all-season tires adapt to any road with ease.
The 2018 Kicks delivers premium everyday performance - making it perfect for Seattle commuters and back-trail thrill-seekers alike. To learn more about this crossover contact our team.
(Posted on Mar 21, 2018 at 11:10AM by Michelle Bogle)
March 20th marked the first day of spring - a season of rebirth and regrowth. But, it's also the season when the highly-anticipated 2018 Nissan Kicks will hit dealership lots. First unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show, the Kicks drummed up a great deal of excitement from subcompact SUV fans, especially since this new vehicle is set to replace the now defunct (and somewhat polarizing) Nissan Juke. Models will be available for test driving as soon as June 2018.
The Nissan Kicks will be anchored by a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine, which will produce 125 horsepower and 115 lb-ft of torque. Aided by a smooth and efficient Xtronic transmission, the Kicks is expected to achieve fuel economy ratings near 33 mpg combined. It will be offered in front-wheel drive only, which will help keep its efficiency ratings on the higher end.
The 2018 Nissan Kicks will be offered in three well-equipped trims - the S, SV and SR. Among the list of standard features found on the base grade are Automatic Emergency Braking, a Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System, three USB ports, roof rails and Intelligent Auto Headlights with adjustable sensitivity and timing (including twilight and wiper activation).
Inside, the Kicks promises a quality interior boasting a futuristic design, complete with a cabin full of the innovative features expected by its tech-hungry target audience. All trim levels will feature a 7-inch color infotainment system, along with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay for added connectivity. Blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic warning and an around-view monitor are also standard.
For more information about the all-new Kicks, including pricing and specs, contact us at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, to pre-book a test drive.
With the passing of the Nissan Juke, Seattle drivers find themselves bereft - floating aimlessly through a world that offers no quirky styling or peppy power. Their beloved crossover is gone.
May we recommend a replacement?
Soon Nissan will unveil its 2018 Kicks SR - the successor to the Juke. This platform should help to heal the crossover wounds and provide the upgrades Seattle drivers crave.
As Car and Driver explains, the 2018 Kicks SR will offer families the performance they deserve - with both its fascia and cabin tailored to impress. Nissan has fused this platform with a series of enhancements, including:
Though not as whimsical as its Juke predecessor, the 2018 Kicks will still please. A chrome grille will define the front, with LED headlamps drawing attention to the powerful fenders. 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels will deliver five-spoke styling, and fog lights will offer boldly-bezeled designs. Body-colored bumpers will ensure a seamless effect, complementing the eight available shades (including Brilliant Silver and Aspen White).
Inside the SR drivers will discover multiple convenience features. Wireless Bluetooth links will pair with USB ports to provide endless content, while automatic climate controls will maintain optimum temperatures. A 360-degree camera will anchor the new safety suite, streaming real-time feeds to the Around View monitor and releasing a series of audio cues when obstacles (including pedestrians or passing cars) are detected.
The 2018 Kicks SR will prove a worthy successor to the Juke - and we can’t wait to see it on the Seattle streets.
Across Seattle comes a wailing - with Juke fans wringing their hands, lamenting the sudden cancellation of their beloved crossover. Nissan has chosen to phase this platform from its production schedule, wishing to deliver a new option later in the year; but fans have been crying out in protest. What could possibly replace their favorite quirky speedster?
Allow us to introduce you to the 2018 Kicks.
As Business Insider explains, Nissan will soon reveal its 2018 Kicks - the spiritual successor to the Juke throne. While this platform lacks the dynamic styling that made its predecessor so undeniable, it does deliver features that should please even the most discerning drivers: including an advanced infotainment system. A 7-inch touchscreen frames the central console, offering high-definition access to wireless Bluetooth links and the Connect app suite (stream content from your favorite sites, including Facebook and Pandora). A BOSE audio shakes the cabin, with its speakers embedded directly into the seats to ensure quality sound; while SiriusXM radio promises access to thousands of channels.
The 2018 Kicks also boasts smartphone convenience - with Nissan fusing it with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto software. This allows users to instantly sync their devices with the Connect console, integrating their contact lists, music files, and more. Take advantage of voice-activated controls to download content and compose text messages.
While the passing of the Juke proves sad, we know that drivers will find comfort in the 2018 Kicks - which promises superior digital options with every mile. To learn more contact us today.
Back in 2003, Nissan Design Europe opened their doors in London following the repurposing of a graffiti-covered transport depot. Despite that rather inauspicious start, the studio has become a world-class innovation hub that’s pleased to start its 15th year in operation at its current home. Moreover, it’s celebrating the fact that it’s been responsible for some of the Japanese automaker’s most progressive and popular car models.
Nissan Design Europe’s prowess over the past decade and a half has been primarily exhibited through the manufacturer’s crossovers. The studio first birthed the Qashqai concept in 2003, which later gave way to the “little brother,” the Juke. However, of interest to 2018 model year shoppers is the way that latter vehicle has led to the introduction of the fantastic new Kicks SUV.
The 2018 Kicks benefits from the dual focus on practicality and emotion that highlighted many of Nissan Design Europe’s creations, including the Juke. The new vehicle offers a sensational floating roof aesthetic and positively aggressive boomerang-shaped front and rear LED lamps. Additionally, the signature V-Motion grille exudes all the style and character customers have come to expect in recent years.
However, the Kicks also boasts the practicality of fine engineering—namely, a 1.6L four-cylinder that cranks out 125 HP and 115-lb.-ft. of torque. Fuel economy is also fantastic at an average of 33 MPG combined, and operation is smooth sailing thanks to the Xtronic continuously variable transmission.
(Posted on Jan 14, 2018 at 11:03AM by Mat Wilkins)
It’s a new model year for Nissan, and amongst the whirlwind of exciting reveals, a few surprises still remain. Enter the 2018 Kicks, set to be released in America this spring. Engineered to stoke the eternal fire of the crossover craze, this SUV delivers a delightfully well-rounded amount of performance for those Seattle drivers that demand versatility from their ride.
Able to balance performance and fuel economy, the new Kicks will happily provide you with plenty of pep in your urban excursions. The 1.6-L four-cylinder engine and CVT drivetrain provide 125 hp, which doesn’t sound like much, right? Yet with a maximum curb weight of 2,556 pounds, you can expect it to be the perfect amount of power— while remaining remarkably efficient (at a combined 33 mpg).
With Nissan Intelligent Mobility, the Kicks will also be able to improve your driving ability and keep you well out of harm’s way (often without you even noticing it). With a blind spot warning and rear traffic alert, expect to never be snuck up on again. Able to monitor your distance from the car ahead, this vehicle will be able to notify you if they suddenly slow down. It can even stop for you if you don’t react quickly enough.