this guys in keywest ford knows how to go above and beyond in terms of customer satisfaction. we purchased a vehicle last week and all within 3 hours everything was done. the guys are really time efficient. robert was there all theway from the start to explain everything we need to know about the vehicle. he was very friendly. michelle was the best in getting us approved for the loan as well as finding the best rates for us. you will just notice the entire office staff working closely in a very happy environment.
Horrible and rude managers
Recently had some service work done on my 2016 Ford Taurus (wheel bearing + oil change) No complaints for the service work as it was done quickly but very bad experience regarding a damaged tire caused by the dealer which they denied to take responsibility for. (Inside of the tire sliced caused by hoist floor arm) I spoke with Sue and Tony both who were very rude to me regarding this concern. Exact words from Tony himself ***(we don't take responsibility for any tire issues). I told him I will see you in person with my dad and speak with you about this issue and his response (well you can come down if you like with your dad, uncle or whoever but I don't want to see you,) completely unacceptable responses especially being managers. I was not notified of the tire damage and they did not phone me to ask if i wanted the tire replaced especially being on the sidewall which is a major safety hazard only notes in the inspection report stating small cut in left front tire. I told Tony i shouldve been notified of the damaged tire and asked what if the tire blew on the highway causing a major accident? and he just brushed it off like it wasn't a big deal and laughed it off. My vehicle had a previous accident but is still under ford factory warranty because of the previous accident Tony and Sue both threatned me if I proceed any further regarding this tire issue they will deny my warranty claim because of my vehicle being in an accident. And i will have to pay the whole amount. Currently made a claim with Ford Canada regarding this matter and hope to get this resolved.
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Key West is a Reputable Dealership
I have been dealing with Key West for quite a few years for both purchasing and servicing of my FORD cars. I have always found them to be sincere, helpful and easy to deal with for my purchases and listen to what you are asking for. As far as servicing, they are honest and go the extra to make sure you are happy.
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We went to Key West because they had an excellent selection of pre-owned Ford Flex's in stock. We were coming in from out of town to make the purchase, so arranging to have the vehicle available for test drives, getting some service work done prior to taking possession, and then getting the vehicle to us in Kelowna required some coordination. Overall, there were a lot of moving parts to this deal, but Colton the service rep handled everything smoothly and got us into our new car. We're very happy with our new car and with all aspects of our experience at Key West.
I recently needed a new vehicle and had a wonderful experience last time I bought new vehicle at key west ford so once again I go and visit the wonderful people at key west , and sure enough they go above and beyond to help me into another vehicle. I recommend visit key west ford if looking for a vehicle , I’m a customer for life won’t go anywhere else.
Friendly knowledgeable staff. They truly know how to treat people. Robert made me feel welcome and I will recommend Key West to my family and friends
My search for a family SUV
Having worked in the service industry myself for over 15 years I appreciate good customer service when I see it.
My experience with the team at Key West Ford was exceptional.
From Yashar in the service department to Rob Vanoverschot and Mike Nokes in the sales office the experience was always friendly, professional and most importantly one where I felt my family's needs were of the highest priority.
We test drove many SUV's of different makes and models and our final decision was unanimous. The Ford Explorer Sport ticked all the boxes for us and more with the quality of the drive, tech package, moon roof and mid console and captain's seats for the kids. A gorgeous vehicle and one we can't wait to drive and take on many long family road trips!
Thank you Key West Ford, you guys are awesome!
Jag Dhillon was very willing to work out a deal with us and made us feel comfortable with our decisions. Definitely recommend Jag and Key West Ford.
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We just purchased a car from Peter Olson and it was great shopping experience with him. Peter was very knowledgeable about cars, and introduced a lot of detailed features to us. During the price negotiation, we didn't feel push, he worked hard to get the best price for us. Highly recommend to buy a car with him.
(Posted on Feb 7, 2018 at 06:41PM by Michelle Bogle)
Three years after its transformation from a rugged, truck-based SUV to a more efficient, smoother-riding unibody crossover design, the 2016 Nissan Pathfinder Platinum remains a popular choice for families in search of a well-appointed seven-seater. And, this top-of-the-line model sure does high-end well, boasting a host of exclusive features not found on lower trims.
Among some of the favorite Platinum standard equipment additions are the two sunroofs that fill the SUV with bright sunlight and fresh air. They include a slide-and-tilt unit for the driver and front passenger and an expansive fixed-glass sunroof with individual power sunshades for the second- and third-rows.
Special Platinum details also elevate the Pathfinder's interior from basic to sophisticated, like the leather accents found on the gearshift knob, door-trim inserts, and the first- and second-row seating surfaces. For hot Seattle summers or wet PNW winters, this trim boasts heated and cooled driver and front passenger seats, ensuring your comfort with every mile.
Another nice-to-have feature on the Platinum trim is the factory-installed class III hitch with trailer-wiring harness, which is rated to haul up to 5,000 lbs. If you plan to tow your trailer or boat to the lake, the 2016 Pathfinder Platinum is ready for the adventure. The standard Around View monitor also makes parking and maneuvering the SUV a snap by providing a better understanding of the vehicle's surroundings through a virtual bird's-eye view from up above.
Safety above everything. That’s what Nissan took to heart when designing the 2017 Nissan Rogue S. It’s a family car that takes the security of its passengers seriously, and as such, it’s won commendations from consumers and critics far and wide.
Side-impact curtain and dual-stage front supplemental inflatables lead the safety charge here as part of the Nissan Advanced Air Bag System (AABS). It provides rollover and occupant classification sensors for automatic deployment in the event of a crash. Smart! Moreover, the blind spot warning lets operators know whenever another vehicle is coming up on them by issuing an audible beep. Rear Cross Traffic Alert does the same whenever you put the car into reverse.
These different safety measures mean wonderful things for the Rogue’s ability to stand up to scrutiny. The IIHS has awarded the crossover its highest score of “Good” in the following categories: small overlap front, moderate overlap front, side, roof strength, head restraints and seats. Further, it nabbed a “Superior” mark for its ability to prevent front crashes.
Speed demons, take notice! If you’re looking for an epic sports car, the 2016 Nissan 370Z has everything you’ve been searching for. It’s a performance monster that will eat up the road and spit it back out again. Plus, it comes with a slate of nifty features that increase its attractiveness.
The 2016 Nissan 370Z Base comes with a power-packed 3.7L V6 engine that wows with 332 horses at 7,000 revolutions per minute (RPM) and 270-lb.-ft. of torque at 5,200 RPM. The six-speed manual transmission gives you full control over the experience, instilling the thrill of stick shifting into every journey. And we’re willing to bet the fuel efficiency is better than you were anticipating—an average of 26 MPG on the highway and 19 in the city.
Keyless entry and push-button start are standard, ensuring that when you’re ready to tear onto the open road that nothing will slow you down. Automatic climate control keeps the cabin cooled or heated to just the right degree. And the auxiliary input jack on the four-speaker audio unit lets you jam out to whatever tunes you have on your external storage devices.
Seattle, step into greatness with the 2016 Nissan Maxima S. This is a car that proves that you don’t need to splurge for an upper trim level in order to reap the benefits of fine design and engineering. Consumers have come away singing its praises.
From its debut at the 2015 New York Auto Show, this ride has been turning heads. The headlamps on the front are aggressively shaped with a boomerang aesthetic. Moreover, they are now fitted with LED daytime running lights, while the rear setup offers the same distinction. The wheel rims are large and stylish at 18 inches. And the overall construction? More than eighty pounds lighter than the outgoing model.
The other critical element of this Maxima is the engine. The 3.5L V6 is full of vim and vigor, providing owners with 300 horses and 261-lb.-ft. of torque. And that lightweight construction really comes through in a big way—you’ll move around Seattle, Bellevue, and Renton with the efficiency of a 30 highway / 22 city MPG rating.
The 2005 Nissan Murano SE is a spirited road machine. If you want a crossover with ample room for five passengers but possessing enough nimbleness to handle even the most wicked hairpin turns around Seattle, Renton, and Bellevue, then you can count on this SUV.
Ample speed on the 2005 Nissan Murano is achieved via the production of its 3.5L V6 engine. It generates 245 horses and 246-lb.-ft of torque. In practical terms, this means you’re looking at a 0 to 60 MPH time of only nine seconds. Also, a sport-oriented suspension that mates multi-links with coil springs enables the crossover to take turns with ease and aplomb.
Naturally, if you're willing to take to the trails, the Murano is more than happy to oblige. Electronic stability and traction control adapt on the fly to whatever conditions your tires meet. All-wheel drive functionality ensures you won’t get stuck on even the most difficult passes. Additionally, a rear spoiler works to improve the aerodynamics of the machine and further enhance its nimbleness, while anti-lock disc brakes supply all the stopping power you’ll need.
The Altima and Maxima get a lot of press but let’s not neglect what the Sentra brings to the table. If you’re searching for a compact sedan, it’s difficult to do better than Nissan’s machine. The 2013 S model is one that’s garnered serious acclaim as a result of its dedication to safety and performance.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) regards the 2013 Sentra S highly. It received the body’s highest possible rating in each of the following categories: “Moderate Overlap Front,” “Roof Strength,” “Side,” and “Head Restraints & Seats.” A big contributor to these amazing scores is the traction control system which works in real-time to ascertain current road conditions and adapt as necessary, maintaining tire grip. Additionally, six airbags throughout the cabin cushion passengers against a rollover and a rearview camera helps you avoid obstacles while in reverse.
There’s a lot to appreciate about the engine, too. The Sentra S is stocked with a 1.8L four-cylinder motor that offers 130 HP and 128-lb.-ft. of torque. The awesome quirk for many is that this car is one of the relative few these days that comes stocked with a manual transmission as standard. The six-speed gives drivers full control over the sedan.
There are a lot of sedans out there and when you’re in that market for a gently used vehicle, it can be exhausting running through all the options. So, let us narrow down the field for you by recommending the excellent 2014 Nissan Altima 2.5. It excels with a magnificent motor and fantastic features.
This Nissan Altima is outfitted with a 2.5L four-cylinder that produces 6,000 revolutions per minute (RPM) and 180-lb.-ft. of torque at 4,000 RPM. This engine is efficiency-focused, too. While the upper trims come with a V6 that generates a bit more power, the MPG is far more impressive on this model. The car receives 38 miles on average on the highway and 27 in the city. That equates to some serious yearly gas savings versus other automobiles.
There are a number of included niceties on this variant, as well. Chrome accents are featured throughout. The driver’s seat can be repositioned six different ways for maximum comfort and the rear row is a 60/40 split affair that enables easy storage. Also, the NissanConnect Bluetooth hands-free system makes accessing the contents of your phone a breeze without ever having to take your eyes off the road.
Seattle, it’s time to set your sights on the Juke. This is a charmingly styled compact crossover that goes above and beyond in delivering a driving experience that will change how you think of cars in this class. Nissan’s S variant is peppy and nicely outfitted.
The 2016 Juke S is likely to surprise you with its motor. The 1.6-liter turbocharged inline four-cylinder is far more spirited than many have come to expect in a compact. You’re looking at 188 horses and 177-lb.-ft. of torque, which is going to send a car of this weight rocketing down the roads of Seattle, Renton, and Bellevue. Precise steering and tight suspension are also hallmarks, and the mileage is deeply impressive, as well. The EPA suggests you’ll get an average MPG of 28 city / 34 highway.
There is a bevy of features to enjoy in the cabin, too. The 2016 Juke S offers a six-speaker AM/FM/CD audio unit, as well as a USB port and auxiliary audio input jack for when you need to play some tunes you have stored on an external device. Additionally, the Bluetooth hands-free phone system makes it easy to call your parents or ring the office for an update whenever you’re speeding down the highway to your next appointment.
(Posted on Jan 30, 2018 at 06:15AM by Michelle Bogle)
Practicality often defines the large sedan market, but the 2016 Nissan Maxima 3.5 SR is changing that notion. Instead of offering demure acceleration and sensible performance, the Maxima breaks the mold with its sport-tuned responses and dynamic control, offering a track-worthy finish as you tackle Seattle's streets.
Bolstered by a 300-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine, the Maxima drives more like a four-door sports car than a sedan. It throws down 261 lb-ft of torque, while its performance-oriented Xtronic transmission with manual shift mode, D-Step logic and sport tuning, allows drivers to engage with the road.
For 2016, the Maxima also features a lighter, yet more rigid chassis, bringing sports car-like acceleration and handling to the segment. The 3.5 SR goes from 0 to 60 in just 5.7 seconds and makes its way up to a top speed of 135 mph in a flash, proving the Maxima is not your ordinary sedan.
The 2016 Maxima 3.5 SR sets a new standard for driving exhilaration. To experience this sedan's enhanced handling and ride comfort for yourself, contact us at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington to schedule your test drive.
(Posted on Jan 30, 2018 at 06:08AM by Michelle Bogle)
If you don't want to compromise functionality and style, a 2016 Nissan Juke S has both of these needs covered. Under its bold and aggressive exterior design lies a smart and versatile interior, boasting ample passenger and cargo room to suit any adventure.
From bumper-to-bumper, the 2016 Juke measures 162.4 inches and features a wheelbase of 99.6 inches, which is quite compact. But, as soon as you slip inside, any preconceived notions of a cramped interior will disappear, as the cabin is surprisingly spacious and roomy. It can easily accommodate up to five adult passengers across its two rows and offers up to 32.1 inches of legroom in the rear seats. The hatchback design of the Juke also provides ample headroom - up to 36.7 inches in the back row, which your taller friends will appreciate.
Then there's the Juke's spacious cargo area. Again, because of the hatchback design, the trunk capacity is quite large with 10.5 cubic feet of room. The rear 60/40-split seats also add to the versatility of the trunk space, providing 35.9 cubic feet of storage capacity when folded flat. If you plan to hit the trails solo, you'll have no trouble tossing your bike in the cargo area.
Watch this video to learn more about the 2016 Juke's interior storage:
Ready to go for a spin? If so, contact us at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington to schedule your test drive in a 2016 Nissan Juke S. Our sales team can help you compare financing options and specs, so that you find the right preowned vehicle at a price you can afford.