The salesman and other staff were friendly knowledgeable and efficient.
Would recommend the dealership. I got a good deal and the selection was outstanding. I live on Vancouver Island and the price was better here.
From first contact to the end, it was a smooth and awesome experience at Key West Ford.
I inquired to the sales rep Kai through AutoTrader the day before about a 2008 Jeep Patriot. Within hours I got a response, and we scheduled a test drive next day.
Following day Kai was awesome and texted me his ETA to the dealership, and made sure I was taken care of before I even came in. The test ride was smooth, and I loved the car and price. The finance rep Gurj was also fantastic, worked around some technicalities with the financing and got me on the road in no time.
Within a few hours, everything was sealed and I drove home with the Jeep. Thank you Kai, Gurj, and everyone else who took care of me today. I appreciate the transparency, friendliness, and professionalism from everyone.
Great service from Pete & Brian
We bought two used cars, one from Brian and one from Peter. Both took their time to search for the right car and we went with each car on a test drive.
Peter Olson was very helpful with everything took his time to explain and show all.
Management team was remarkable.
This place is a friendly and amazing place to be.
Recommend to everyone that want to have a amazing experience like myself.
Great service from the staff a Key West Ford. I was surprised to pick up vehicle with a fill tank of fuel alot of dealerships don't do this anymore.
Search over !!!
Going above and beyond to satisfy
Peter, while on his day off (what salesperson ever has a day off LOL) spent the entire day trying to find the best fit for us in a used vehicle. After shovelling many cars covered in a foot of snow, we realized that Peter was willing to shovel the whole lot if we could find what we were looking for. What really impressed us was not only his knowledge of the vehicles and the new technology but his desire to find us the vehicle best suited to our needs. Peter helped us narrow down the search and test drive suitable vehicles till we found this comfortable and economical vehicle with more options than we asked for.
All the staff involved in our search were friendly, courteous and very helpful
Buying a truck from Key West Ford was a positive experience.
Buying our used truck from Key West Ford turned out to be a hassle free experience for my wife and me. The sales person, Jag Dhillon, and the two managers, Ivan Matulik and Michael Nokes, were professional, courteous and friendly. We encountered no high pressure sales tactics.
We also were appreciative of the fact that Ivan allowed us to take the truck to our own mechanic for an inspection and appraisal.
The vehicle was more than fairly priced and was in excellent mechanical shape. Their detail crew had the 2010 F150 looking like new.
We would have no problem recommending Key West Ford to others.
Review of sale service
I had an exceptional experience dealing with the whole team at key west Ford, especially Jag and Nicholas T. They went above and beyond to help us get our new vehicle!! I would recommend to others for sure.
Excellent customer service
Peter was an ideal salesman. He was friendly, helpful and put us under no pressure. We got a great deal on exactly the right car.
Latest Nissan News For Seattle, Tacoma, And Bellevue Washington
(Posted on Mar 24, 2019 at 07:23AM by Michelle Bogle)
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released the findings from their latest passenger-side small overlap front tests for trucks. In their report, the organization claims that most pickups struggled to maintain their structures during the evaluation. However, there was one shining star – the 2019 Nissan Titan.
Out of the 11 trucks evaluated, the Titan managed to receive a Good rating for both the passenger- and driver-side overall tests, which is the highest grade possible. The pickup specifically scored well in the areas of restraint and kinematics, head and neck, chest, hip and thigh, lower leg and foot. The truck also earned an Acceptable rating for structure.
When you choose the Nissan Titan, you can drive with peace of mind knowing that the truck is well-equipped with standard safety equipment right at the base level. All models boast six airbags, anti-lock disc brakes, brake assist, as well a tire pressure monitoring and electronic stability control. As you climb the trim levels, you’ll benefit from driver assist features, such as blind spot warning and trailer sway control, plus high-tech inclusions, like front and rear sonar parking sensors with surround view.
Safety is a cornerstone of the Titan! To learn more about this platform’s protective features and solid crash scores, contact Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, to discuss.
(Posted on Mar 24, 2019 at 06:51AM by Michelle Bogle)
According to a study by QuoteWizard, millennials are bucking the growing trend of SUVs and trucks and opting for the sedan segment. The online insurance comparison website recently dug into their data and found that automotive shoppers ranging from 22- to 37-years-old favor small to mid-size cars due to their affordability and urban-friendly characteristics.
As part of their study, QuoteWizard also compiled the top ten most popular cars driven by millennials. In the second spot was the Nissan Altima, which beat out other platforms, including the Toyota Camry and Ford Focus.
With a base MSRP below $24,000 for the 2019 Nissan Altima 2.5 S, millennials can tap into the on-road dynamics they crave without the burden of steep financing payments. This sedan was also recently redesigned this year to include available features like Intelligent All-Wheel Drive and ProPILOT Assist for a driving experience unlike any other. With a range of trim levels and engine options, sedan shoppers can literally customize the Altima to their liking to suit their budget, driving habits and lifestyle – which millennial doesn’t want that?
To learn more about the all-new Altima, contact Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, to discuss pricing and specs or to go for a test drive.
(Posted on Mar 23, 2019 at 12:35PM by Michelle Bogle)
While the Nissan Juke is now defunct in North America, it remains a crowd-favorite in other parts of the world. Motor1.com recently shared new spy images of the 2020 model in southern Europe and the second-generation model has garnered a lot of interest due to some notable enhancements.
Sporting what appears to be orange side skirts and slim upper headlights, the 2020 Juke also has a revised side profile with mirrors that have been relocated to a lower position on the door panels from the base of the A-pillars. The wheelbase also looks to be slightly longer than in past generations. Around the back, the crossover’s horizontal taillights are redesigned from the boomerang-styled rear clusters of the outgoing Juke, while the width of the taillight seems to be broadened. There also appears to be a roof-mounted spoiler added to the vehicle, which Motor1.com assumes is an aerodynamic feature.
Does this latest spy spotting of the European Juke make you wistful for a model of your own? While production has ceased in Seattle, there remains a strong market for preowned versions offering crossover shoppers a great deal of choice. To see which used Juke models are currently in our inventory, contact Kirkland Nissan near Issaquah, Washington, to book a test drive today.
(Posted on Mar 23, 2019 at 12:12PM by Michelle Bogle)
North of the border, the Nissan Leaf was recognized for yet another award honoring the world’s best-selling electric vehicle. The Automobile Journalists Association of Canada presented the EV with a 2019 Canadian Green Car of the Year Award at the Vancouver International Auto Show, beating out other popular contenders, including the Honda Clarity and Insight.
Redesigned two years ago, the current generation Leaf offers a150 mile range from a 40-kWh battery. However, back in January, exciting news was released about the forthcoming Nissan Leaf PLUS, which will be available this year with an upgraded 62-kWh battery pack, delivering an increased range of 226 miles. Even with the PLUS version coming soon, the 150-mile range Leaf was enough to win over the 65 Automobile Journalists Association of Canada judges to determine the Green Car Award winner.
Before long, the Leaf will be running out of space in its trophy case, as the accolades continue to roll in. Most recently, the EV surpassed its 400,000 units sold mark, proving that North America and the world can’t get enough of this zero-emission vehicle.
To learn more about the 2019 Leaf, contact our team at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, for a test drive. You’re sure to love it too!
(Posted on Mar 19, 2019 at 01:11PM by Danielle Smyth)
Nissan’s 2019 Titan XD Pro-4X–the only heavy-duty pickup not made by a Detroit automaker —will come with rear-wheel drive and either a 5.6-liter gasoline V-8 engine or a 5.0-liter Cummins diesel, available in King or Crew Cab models.
The 2019 Platinum Titan XD 4WD diesel version includes premium leather interiors and exterior chrome. Both longer and heavier than previous Titan Crew Cabs, in a recent week-long driving test it it averaged just under 18 mpg (combined city and highway).
G. Chambers Williams III, reviewing the XD, said the Titan’s interior “is designed to feel more like that of a luxury sedan, with very comfortable bucket seats up front, and a quite roomy rear bench seat that genuinely gave three adults plenty of leg, knee and headroom. The roof is so high that you can even wear a cowboy hat.”
He also noted that while the Titan XD won’t have quite the trailer-towing capabilities of other three-quarter-ton diesels, and its increased bulk may pose parking challenges, “this truck was fun to drive, and quite powerful. It can get up to speed and beyond very quickly.”
The Titan features NASA-inspired Zero Gravity ergonomic seats in the front and rear. Can’t wait for it to be available? Hurry in to Kirkland Nissan near Renton, Washington, and take a 2018 Titan XD Platinum Reserve for a test drive!
(Posted on Mar 14, 2019 at 02:18PM by Danielle Smyth)
Have you heard the news? The 2017 Nissan Sentra SR is receiving rave reviews everywhere you turn! A five-seater sedan with combined 27-32 mpg not only “looks really nice on the outside” but the inside is roomy as well, said Mike Black from Middleboro, MA, who called it the best “newish” car he’d ever bought. In fact, he put a thousand miles on it within the first three weeks of ownership, because I like to drive again in this. Everything in this car has been a 10/10 so far.” Karen from Rockland described the 2017 Nissan Sentra as “awesome.”
In 206 consumer reviews, 95 percent of drivers recommended the car. It got a solid 4.7 out of 5. It’s not a truck, but here’s what Connie from Eddington, MA, had to say: “Love the ride and handling of this vehicle - it is compact but has a lot of legroom in the back seat, Trunk is very large and the back seats fold down for additional hauling capacity.”
And Dmt from Pueblo, CO said it was the most economical car he’d ever owned. “This car has great amenities, plenty of legroom front and back and very comfortable yet a sporty twist.” But don’t take our word for it. Come out and test drive one of the 2017 Sentras we have at Kirkland Nissan. We’re located near Seattle, Washington.
(Posted on Mar 12, 2019 at 04:22PM by Michelle Bogle)
At the 2019 Geneva Auto Show, Nissan pulled the cover of its latest concept called the IMQ. While this platform will not be sold in the automaker’s line-up of passenger vehicles, its advanced technology and design do signal the direction of Nissan’s next generation of crossovers.
The IMQ concept is based on a multi-motor all-wheel drive setup that relies on e-Power, which is found in select Japanese Nissans, to create 335 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque. Unlike the automaker’s previous concept, the IMx, the IMQ is not purely electric – rather, it features a 1.5-liter turbocharged gasoline engine to complement the battery.
On the road, the IMQ incorporates the last innovations of Nissan Intelligent Mobility, which include ProPILOT Assist for semi-autonomous driving and Invisible-to-Visible technology, which uses augmented reality to simulate objects outside of a driver’s field of vision. Inside the cabin, four individual seats accent the interior, as well as a gliding wing instrument panel, a centre console that stretches the length of the IMQ, and a smaller, secondary screen that houses a Virtual Personal Assistant. The concept’s radically sculpted exterior also boasts 22-inch alloy wheels, hinged doors, and a single continuous surface where the body meets the glass and roof.
To learn more about the IMQ, contact us at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, to discuss.
(Posted on Mar 12, 2019 at 04:15PM by Michelle Bogle)
Last week, Nissan debuted its latest purpose-driven truck as part of the Calling All Titans campaign. Designed to aid Habitat for Humanity, the Ultimate Work Titan is outfitted to adapt to the rigors of home building, complete with a mobile office, toolkit and off-road capabilities.
The automaker consulted with volunteers before designing the truck to ensure that the final product would meet their needs. It was built from a stock Titan XD Diesel Crew Cab Midnight Edition and was customized with a three-inch suspension lift, adjustable-height coilovers, custom rod end bearings, and Delta Joint upper control arms. Nitto Ridge Grappler tires cover the multi-spoke wheels and the truck is equipped with Addictive Desert Designs bumpers with a Warn winch at the front. Lockable toolboxes were added to keep equipment secure, plus there is a tubular roof rack to mount ladders and longer items on the truck.
Inside the cab, volunteers can use the Titan XD as a mobile office to coordinate projects and stay connected with crews and clients. It features a 13-inch laptop, printer, desk, file storage area and power inverter for enhanced productivity no matter where they work.
You can learn more about Nissan’s Calling All Titans campaign by visiting their official website. Want to experience the capability of a Titan XD for yourself? Contact us in Seattle, Washington, for a test drive.
(Posted on Mar 12, 2019 at 04:10PM by Michelle Bogle)
Great news, Seattle truck fans! Nissan has teamed up with Rocky Ridge Trucks to offer customized appearance packages and lift kits for Titan, Titan XD and Frontier pickups, as well as the Armada full-size SUV. The collaboration was announced last week at the 2019 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.
Available at Nissan dealers nationwide, the truck packages can be financed through Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation and they will match all factory warranties, including the Titan’s “America's Best Truck Warranty”, which features bumper-to-bumper coverage of 5-years/100,000-miles, whichever comes first.
All packages start with suspension lift kits and include custom wheels and all-terrain performance tires. The Titan and Titan XD full-size trucks receive the largest array of choices, including the K2 and Altitude packages, along with a Stealth package for the XD and an X package for the regular Titan. As for the Frontier and Armada, they can be customized with a Z3 package, which adds features like 17- and 20-inch off-road wheels, all-terrain tires, LED fog lights, black ceramic-coated exhaust tips and Rocky Ridge caliper covers. A Rocky Ridge Truck website is available and offers a breakdown of the accessories.
To learn more about customizing your Nissan truck or Armada SUV, contact us near Des Moines, Washington, for details.
(Posted on Mar 12, 2019 at 04:01PM by Michelle Bogle)
On the heels of the 2019 Nissan Altima’s redesign, we just received word that the sedan has been named one of Automobile Magazine's 2019 All-Stars at the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance.
Each year, the publication chooses the best new cars on the road; however, they don’t base their results on a complicated points system or evaluate vehicles within segment silos. Rather, winners are selected for their style, class, importance and desirability – simply, the crème-de-la-crème rise to the top and we are thrilled that the Altima is one of them.
Completely re-engineered from the ground up, the 2019 Altima now wears a sleeker appearance and offers drivers a choice of outstanding powertrain options, including the addition of Intelligent All-Wheel-Drive. Automobile Magazine evaluated the sporty SR trim with a 2.0-liter VC-Turbo engine and hailed the sedan for its composed handling, strong performance and attractive design. The editors were also taken by the Altima’s multi-faceted capabilities, which include the ability to produce the torque rating of a larger engine, but with the fuel economy of a four-cylinder. In their review, Automobile Magazine was impressed with the Altima’s confidence-inspiring suspension characteristics as well, which they describe as being above that of class rivals.
Are you looking to get behind the wheel of an award-winning sedan? To schedule a test drive in a 2019 Altima, contact Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, today.