If I could rate higher than 5 stars, I would! Excellence all around. Informative, friendly and accommodating. Thank you Allan and the Key West team!
Great service in new suv in 3 dys from trade in
Highly recommend Key West Ford as your next trip to getting a new /used vehicle, fast efficient and very helpfull , Thanks personnally to Jag, Ivan,Michelle and Nicholas I will be back for future service to KEY WEST FORD 10/10 :-)
Best car buying experience I’ve had
We just purchased a new F350 from Key West Ford, I’ve bought a lot of vehicles in the past and they were by far the best dealership I’ve dealt with. Our salesman Pete Olson went out of his way to make the experience hassle free. Can’t say enough. Thanks Pete, Wes, Gurj and Kelvin. Job well done.
Quick and easy
We purchased an 07 Navigator Through Jag Dhillon.
Dealing with Jag was a pleasure and he hepled us get a great deal on our vehicle.
I will definetly recommend Jag and Keywest to all my friends and family.
Easiest transition into a new vehicle ever!!
Allan made the experience seamless. Was friendly and very efficient. Kept the process moving smoothly when dealing with the financial department and the insurance department. Will definitely be recommending Key West Ford and Allan to any friends I know who are looking to get themselves into a new vehicle.
Thank you team Key West Ford
Staff was helpful and patient with us in the decision making process. We are very satisfied with our new vehicle and appreciated the hassle-free buying experience.
2016 Ford Expedition
On July 28 bought Ford Expedition 2016 Platinum,I strongly recommend this Dealer.They took excellent care of us and I giving us all the different options we have according to our budget. They work with us to find what payment could fit with our needs and financial abilities. price meeting our request. I thank Michael,sales manager for his friendliness, patience and honesty. I thank Eric Yapp attitude and honesty motivated my wife and I so much that we finally bought the car and we do love the car. Thanks also to the Finance manager Nicholas Terezakis for his support and the good deal.
Thanks a lot,
Great deal on my Elantra GT hatchback
I got a good deal on my Elantra gt hatchback. Jag was super nice and showed me everything about the cars I liked. Got a good car on my budget. Also all the staff were super nice. I highly recommend key west ford.
Went in looking for my first car, came out with an awesome deal today. Peter took the time and effort to help me out to make sure I got the car that I wanted. Michelle did a great job with the financing of the vehicle. Both of you two did an amazing job and I thank you for you help today!
Attention strays; focus wanes; and you find your thoughts drifting, lulled by the dullness of a commute. It’s late and your mind simply can’t maintain the rigid alertness needed to navigate the highway. Slowly, steadily, your car begins to swerve.
Nissan will put you on the proper path again.
As CarBuzz explains, the 2019 Rogue SL has been equipped with Lane Departure technology. This system protects drivers against sudden veers, automatically assessing trajectory patterns and identifying potential concerns. Sensors - mounted along the bumpers - release real-time scans of the roadways, quickly noting all markers. From this information a digital grid is created, with the platform mapping out the surrounding area. If proper positioning is maintained no actions will be required.
If, however, the Lane Departure system detects a change in alignment (with sensors noting any straying toward the wrong side of the road), then a series of steps will be occur:
Audible Signals - chimes will be streamed through the speaker system, alerting drivers to their positions.
Visual Warnings - text messages will flash across the seven-inch touchscreen, requesting that immediate action be taken.
Lane Departure Prevention - if drivers do not respond to these alerts, then the available LDP system will activate. This will assume control of the steering column, gently maneuvering the Rogue back to its proper place.
By fusing the 2019 Rogue SL with Lane Departure technology Nissan brings safety to the highway. To learn more contact our team today!
(Posted on Sep 16, 2018 at 10:58AM by Michelle Bogle)
Seattle families have always adored the Armada – not only for its powerful engine performance and comfortable cabin, but its protective equipment too. And now, for 2019, Nissan has given us even more reasons to love the Armada with the inclusion of additional standard safety features across all trims.
For 2019, the Armada now boasts Adaptive Cruise Control, Automatic Emergency Braking and Nissan’s revolutionary Rear Door Alert, which is a safety feature that ensures that parents don’t forget to unload children or pets from the back seat. Previously, Adaptive Cruise Control and Automatic Emergency Braking were only optional on the SL trim and standard on the Platinum and Platinum Reserve grades. Having these features as standard equipment across the board now provides consumers with greater value and peace of mind.
Best of all, these inclusions don’t come at a premium. Instead, the 2019 Nissan Armada is priced only slightly higher than the 2018 model with trim levels seeing small increases between $500 to $840.
Here is an overview of the 2019 MSRPs for rear-wheel variants by grade:
Platinum Reserve: $64,085
Four-wheel drive models will add $3,000 to the purchase price. Destination and handling charges are $1,395.
The all-new Armada is expected to hit our dealership’s inventory soon. In the meantime, feel free to contact our team at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, to pre-book your test drive or to inquire about specs and options.
(Posted on Sep 16, 2018 at 10:54AM by Michelle Bogle)
Great news, Seattle EV enthusiasts; we have more pricing news for you! Nissan has just released the MSRP for the 2019 Leaf and it is unchanged from the current 2018 model despite some new features being added to the forthcoming platform.
The 2019 Nissan Leaf starts at $29,990 for the base model, $32,490 for the mid-range SV trim, and $36,200 for the top-of-the-line SL grade. Destination and handling fees for all three ringing in at $895.
New for the 2019 model year is the addition of standard Rear Door Alert, which is an important safety feature that is designed to remind drivers to check their back seats for small children and pets to reduce potential heatstroke accidents.
Range on the 2019 Leaf still sits at 150 miles. In their press release, Nissan did note that a longer-range version will be available in the future, but little else is known for now. Some automotive journalists are speculating that news of a Leaf E-Plus will be released soon. According to the Torque Report, the E-Plus will have a driving range of around 225 miles, as well as a more powerful motor. As soon as we have concrete details, we’ll be sure to share them on our news blog.
In the meantime, our team at Kirkland Nissan is eagerly awaiting the release of the 2019 Leaf. Our inventory is stocked full of 2018 models – we’d love for you to stop in for a test drive to see why Seattle commuters love this EV!
Simplicity now proves standard - with Nissan pairing its 2019 Rogue SV with Android Auto connectivity. No longer will Renton riders fumble with tiny smartphone screens. Instead this SUV will yield seven-inch clarity, allowing for seamless interfacing and quick content streaming.
According to CarBuzz, the new Rogue boasts Android Auto capabilities. Now drivers can instantly sync their smartphone feeds and files, connecting directly to the central media console. Access thousands of custom applications via the Play suite, which displays social streams, accesses text messages, and even initiates high-definition video chats. Utilize natural-based voice commands to engage with the Google Search feature, while wireless Bluetooth links ensure quick connections to SiriusXM Radio. Take advantage of integrated Waze technology to optimize route planning (this system scans the roadways, instantly identifying worrisome traffic patterns and weather conditions); and control all music and podcast functions via the LCD touchscreen.
By adding Android Auto to the Rogue SV Nissan enables drivers to more effectively interface with their favorite content. Now popular programs - including Spotify, Pandora, and Audible - can be easily accessed, rather than having to struggle with smartphone keys.
To learn more about what this system offers contact our team today - and don’t forget to schedule a test-drive in the 2019 SV!
(Posted on Sep 16, 2018 at 10:47AM by Michelle Bogle)
The 2019 Frontier is holding strong to its status as America’s most affordable pickup. Nissan recently announced pricing for the forthcoming model and it will feature the same starting MSRP of $18,990 as its 2018 predecessor. However, the similarities end there as the new Frontier now boasts more standard features, including a 7.0-inch color audio display touchscreen for the S and SV trims, and a fresh exterior color called Cayenne Red Metallic.
The 2019 model will also offer a Midnight Edition Package for those truck enthusiasts that want to inject more style into their Frontier. The kit is nicely-equipped with 18-inch gloss black aluminum-alloy wheels, body-color front and rear bumpers, a gloss black grille, black badging, black door handles, semi-gloss black step rails, and black outside rearview mirrors. Consumers can choose from three exterior colors – Glacier White, Magnetic Black, and Gun Metallic.
The 2019 Frontier is offered in two body styles (Crew Cab and King Cab) with two driveline configurations (4×4 and 4×2) across five complete trims (S, SV, PRO-4X, Desert Runner, and SL). Powerplant options range from a 261-horsepower 4.0-liter DOHC V6 to a 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder engine with 152 horses.
2019 Frontiers are expected to hit our inventory very soon. To learn more about this well-priced platform, contact our team at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, to compare specs or to pre-book a test drive.
(Posted on Sep 16, 2018 at 10:39AM by Michelle Bogle)
According to a press release, the Nissan Group ended the summer off with a bang selling 112,376 units in August 2018, which is an increase of 4 percent compared to the same time last year. This gain was largely due to the Nissan Murano, which set a summer sales record, selling 9,619 units. Compared to last August’s 4,895 units, that’s an increase of almost 97 percent!
This isn’t the first time that the Murano has taken the charts by storm. In July, the crossover experienced an uptick, even though Nissan as a whole saw a 15 percent decrease in overall sales when compared to the same time last year.
So what’s all the fuss about, you ask? Why are crossover shoppers congregating to the Murano? It’s the vehicle’s enhanced feature set.
For 2018, Nissan augmented the Murano by offering even more standard and available equipment, which are first-class in nature and wildly purposeful. This includes the tech options on the vehicle, which now include a new Premium Package that boasts a wide range of driver-assist and convenience features. With this add-on, motorists can benefit from an Intelligent Around View Monitor and Intelligent Cruise Control, as well as an Intelligent Driver Alertness feature. There is also a Power Panoramic Moonroof, Bose premium audio system with 11 speakers, and heated front seats and outside mirrors to sweeten the pot.
The 2018 Murano delivers drivers even more value than previous models. To learn more about this premium platform, including pricing and specs, contact our team at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle for a test drive.
Demand more than efficiency from the electric market. Instead, Sumner, expect safety with every mile - relying on the 2019 LEAF to deliver the security you deserve.
According to Inside EVs, the new LEAF offers a comprehensive safety suite - allowing drivers to confidently navigate each road. Automatic on/off headlamps frame the front, with integrated sensors identifying low-light conditions and activating the beams. Blind spot monitors flank the side-view mirrors, seamlessly detecting approaching vehicles or pedestrians; while rear cross-traffic alerts track changing traffic patterns (streaming audio and visual warnings via a seven-inch touchscreen). An emergency braking system responds intuitively to potential crashes, quickly assessing highway conditions and applying ABS pressure as needed; while an Intelligent Around View camera provides 360-degree perspectives for full high-definition coverage.
Each of these systems then pairs with Driver Alertness software - an exclusive Nissan feature that studies input patterns (including speed, trajectory, and lane positioning) to determine whether operators are losing focus. If a concern is detected chimes will sound, affording enough time to correct the issues before an accident occurs.
The 2019 LEAF promises sterling safety in Sumner. To learn more about this electric platform contact our team today!
Frustration follows you on the highway - mocking every attempt at connectivity, chiding your frantic button pushes. There will be no infotainment options for you, it says. Instead you’ll be forced to endure the weakest of signals and slowest of interfaces.
Allow Nissan to change that.
According to Inside EVs, the 2019 LEAF will soon arrive - and it’s bringing premium tech with it. This platform (which will feature S, SV, and SL variants) boasts integrated wireless Bluetooth links, which allow drivers to effortlessly connect to their favorite content. A seven-inch touchscreen frames the central console, flanked by auxiliary input jacks; while a streaming audio system bolsters every signal, ensuring easy access to SiriusXM Radio. A quick-charge port anchors the front, providing seamless power for each smart device; while Apple CarPlay and Android Auto technology prove essential, enabling passengers to sync their music, social networks, and text-messages (all of which can then be accessed via natural-based voice commands).
A Bose audio system further impresses, pumping out Hi-Fi sound through a seven-speaker design. Take advantage of rumbling notes when streaming content through the NissanConnect media center.
The 2019 LEAF - which should arrive later this fall - will deliver ample entertainment options to drivers, making it perfect for every commute. To learn more contact our team today!
(Posted on Sep 9, 2018 at 05:53AM by Michelle Bogle)
In June 1992, the first Nissan Altima rolled off the production lines at their automaker’s Smyrna, Tennessee Assembly Plant. Since then, that number has ballooned to 4.6 million midsize sedans.
And, now with the release of the all-new 2019 Altima, that figure is about to sky-rocket again, as Nissan recently announced that they invested $170 million dollars for new upgrades for the Smyrna Plant. According to their press release, some funds were also allocated to its vehicle assembly facility in Canton, Mississippi, which will assist with the manufacturing of the Altima as well.
With the funding, a state-of-the-art laser brazing system was added to the body shop that gives the flexibility to weld the Altima’s sleek trunk lid. The paint shop was also updated with a new polyurethane stone guard coat paint system, which provides a more durable, best-in-class exterior appearance. Since the 2019 Altima will feature standard ProPilot Assist, Nissan added calibration equipment to the plant to ensure the reliability and functionality of the semi-autonomous technology.
The all-new Altima isn’t due to hit our dealership’s inventory until this fall, but it is exciting to hear how much innovative engineering is being put into the sedan.
To learn more about the 2019 model, please call us at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington to discuss.
(Posted on Sep 9, 2018 at 05:41AM by Michelle Bogle)
According to Wheels, the next Z-car is in development. The online publication spoke with Nissan's Senior Vice President of Global Design, Alfonso Albaisa, who claims that planning for the next-gen Z is already underway.
“The Z-car, oh my god. Huge pressure,” said Albaisa in the interview when reviewing the to-do list of Nissan design work. “You can imagine I’m completely excited that I am in the position to work on that.” And there truly isn’t a better person for the job. Albaisa has developed a series of Nissan and INFINITI show cars over his 31 years with the automaker.
The Drive has also reported that the next Z-car will follow in the footsteps of the Toyota-BMW partnership, which resulted in the rebirth of the Toyota Supra and a new-gen BMW Z4 – both of which share the same platform and drivetrain. As with the platforms that underpin the current Infiniti QX50 and QX30, the next Z-car may share a platform co-developed with Daimler.
Little more is known right now, but The Drive is speculating that Nissan will reveal the new Z-car at the Tokyo Motor Show in October with a production-ready variant hitting the stage at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show. If all goes well, a new Z-car could be available in dealership showrooms by 2020.
As soon as more details are revealed, we’ll be sure to share them on our Kirkland Nissan news blog. Until then, stay tuned or contact our dealership for additional information.