This is the second time we bought a vehicle here and as always we were satisfied with the huge help and there service. Peter Olson was very helpful and listened to what we were looking for. We were very comfortable with him. He answered our concern and really take above and beyond to find what we were looking for. We are very happy with our new truck and pretty we will come back here again.
Professional and polite salesperson
This dealership was top notch! Mr. Olson went above and beyond to make sure I purchased the car I was most comfortable with. He gave me suggestions and his advice, but was in no way pushy what-so-ever. After I decided on a Chevrolet Malibu the process is quick and professional. I felt like family by the end of the whole process! I would recommend this dealership and Peter Olson in particular as he is the best Salesman I've ever met.
Sales person Robert Klaus is FIVE STAR
Robert Klaus is a professional. I felt like he answered all of my questions with honesty. Being able to purchase, register and insure the vehicle all in one location is convenient and saves time and money.
Also, while I was there I purchased a part for my other vehicle from their large service department. They had the item in stock where all the other providers had to order it in.
Great friendly dealership
Super friendly dealership, huge inventory of used cars, you will have no problem finding what you’re looking for. Dealt with Peter Olson who is a sales guy and he was awesome, super friendly and probably the least pushy sales guy I’ve ever met which was nice.
Best sales person in Canada. Has full knowledge about each and every car. I would recommend each and every friend of mine to go to him and buy a car. Loved my experience working with him. Good job sir!
Kevin & Dennette
Thank you Allan Prpic, weel done !!
Allan did an amazing job representing the dealership and his industry. As one who has been to many dealerships through the decades this experience was the best I/we have had. No pressure, no talking over us or our suggestions, only working towards finding a solution that would meet the family’s needs. Allan has set high bar for sale persons to follow; respectful, industry knowledge, courteous, and most of all his mannerism throughout the process were all why a sale was made. We could have bought a car anywhere, but we purchased it here from Allan Prpic.
Thank you, Allan it is because of your qualities Dennette’s father now has a vehicle that will last him for many years and give us piece of mind when he is out and about.
Kevin and Dennette
Great service , great people from sales rep ,Allen , up
Great service and people from Tony in service , Allan in sales , Gurg in financing. Everyone is always very helpful and accommodating. Allan was super honest and got me a super deal , exactly what I was looking for and very helpful with things I didn't understand
Professional & efficient
Peter Olson was a great person to deal with. He was very accommodating & always willing to help even after the sale was finalized. I've dealt with many sales personnel in my life but none as helpful as Peter Olson. Great job.
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Excellent service by all at Key West ford
Thanks to Key West Ford in having Jag Dhillion To assist me in purchasing the truck. Jag was so accommodating and professional thank you very much and I love my truck Regards Trevor Reid
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(Posted on Oct 8, 2018 at 06:00AM by Michelle Bogle)
Earlier this fall, Nissan returned to the heart of truck country to debut the 2019 Titan at the Texas State Fair. Billed as the automaker’s most refined truck yet, crowds got a glimpse of the new pickup, which boasts some really exciting tech upgrades inside the forthcoming model.
Most notably is the Fender Premium Audio System, which is available on four 2019 Titan and Titan XD Crew Cab grade levels and one Titan and Titan XD King Cab model. Nissan describes this audio system as “adding the emotion of a live performance” inside the truck. It is equipped with a 485-watt, nine-channel amplifier and Panasonic's proprietary Acoustic Motion Control.
The cabin is also outfitted with a new 7-inch display with a NissanConnect infotainment system, which replaces the old 5-inch screen. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are also standard for 2019. Additional USB media and charging ports for the front and back seat passengers have been added as well, while Nissan’s Rear Door Alert is now standard equipment on all King Cab and Crew Cab Titan and Titan XD models. This system uses a combination of door sensors, the horn and the message display to remind drivers to check the back seat for children and pets after the vehicle is parked.
Models of the 2019 Titan and Titan XD are expected to hit our inventory later this year. In the meantime, you can pre-book a test drive in the all-new pickup by calling our team at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, today!
Fear is your constant companion. Down every backroad it follows you - relentlessly dogging your tire marks, refusing to grant you a moment’s peace. It sours each adventure and leaves you frozen behind the wheel.
According to The Drive, the new Titan has just been revealed - and it promises a secure off-road experience in Snoqualmie. Anchoring this half-ton option is a custom suite of security features, with Nissan bringing premium control to every backroad. Electronic stability and traction technology identifies under-steerage, with its gyroscopic sensors automatically detecting (and correcting) improper vehicle pitch. An active brake limited slip bolsters the all-wheel discs, while a tire monitoring system instantly alerts drivers to potential punctures. Three-point ALR/ELR seat-belts cradle the body, utilizing both pretensioners and load limiters to ensure a proper fit; and optional blind spot monitoring software scans the surroundings via wide-angle lenses.
To further impress, the 2019 Titan will also feature Nissan’s signature Rear Door Alert feature. Integrated sensors will monitor all entry/exit patterns, recognizing when drivers fail to retrieve items from the cab. Audio warnings will then be released and lights will flash, instantly notifying all passengers. Through this potentially dangerous situations (such as leaving a child or pet behind) will be avoided.
The 2019 Titan promises superior safety with every mile. To learn more about its new features contact us today!
Digital satisfaction proves elusive. With every second you search through weak channels and broken signals, trying to find a hint of Hi-Fi sound. All you receive, though, is static; and suddenly this trip seems like a terrible idea, forcing you to endure endless miles of white noise.
Nissan thinks it’s time for a change.
According to Motor Trend, the 2019 Titan SL is on its way… and it promises ample digital options. Slide inside the leather-lined cabin and discover a seven-inch central console. This LCD monitor proves an upgrade over the preceding five-inch version, yielding access to bright pixels and wireless Bluetooth links. Flanking the screen are dual USB-A charging ports (which allow users to sync their favorite content), and a media jack provides fast connections. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto software has been standardized, ensuring voice-activated commands and crisp social streaming; and the AM/FM stereo system is paired with a single-CD player.
To further delight Titan fans, Nissan has fused the SL with 12 speakers. These strategically mounted tweeters transform the cabin into a roaming stage, delivering 485-watts of pure rock-and-roll sound (courtesy of the integrated nine-channel amplifier).
The 2019 Titan SL ensures that drivers never face the miles alone. Instead it offers quality decibels and endless content. To learn more contact us today!
Turn the highway into a concert hall - utilizing the 2019 Titan’s newly revised audio system to optimize every chord. Nissan wishes to pump up the volume with each mile, and a recent partnership with famed guitar-house, Fender, promises pavement-shaking sound.
According to The News Wheel, Nissan is redefining the pick-up market - pairing its 2019 Titan fleet with pure Fender sound. When slipping into the cabin riders will be greeted by a 12-speaker experience - with tweeters mounted strategically along the A- and C-Pillars to maximize each note. A 485-watt amplifier will yield nine-channel power, while the inclusion of Panasonic Acoustic Motion Control technology will strengthen every signal (automatically stripping away unwanted vibrations to ensure rich decibels). A seven-inch color display will provide quick access to content, utilizing streaming Bluetooth links to connect with satellite and AM/FM channels alike; and steering wheel-mounted controls will enable drivers to change volume levels, engage with the Radio Data System, and more: all with the press of a button.
By partnering with Fender Nissan ensures that music-fans will never be without the bass-lines they crave. This, The News Wheel reports, is the only sound system of its kind within the pick-up market - and it promises exceptional audio quality.
To learn more about the Titan’s upgraded speaker console - or to request a test-drive in one of our current models - contact our team today!
The summer is coming to an end - and manufacturers are prepping their assembly lines, readying their production strategies. Soon they’ll release a wave of pick-up powerhouses on the highway, fusing the market with fall performance and next-generation capability.
Newness doesn’t always translate to success, however - because the 2018 Titan still remains the perfect option for those seeking mid-size power.
Seattle drivers don’t have to wait for the fall fleet reveal. Instead they can journey to our dealership, where the 2018 Titan rumbles. As Jalopnik explains, this platform yields impressive capability - boasting a 5.6L 32-valve V8. This powerpoint produces 390 HP and 394 lb.-ft of torque, with the redline soaring to 5,800 RPMs. It’s ably assisted by a 200-amp alternator, and an iridium spark plug design promises crisp ignitions in even the coldest of conditions (the material proves apt at conducting currents, allowing for seamless sequence completions). Available Bilstein off-road shocks support the multi-leaf suspension and ensure nimble handling; while rack-and-pinion steering enables quick responses through an electric column.
The 2018 Titan lets drivers achieve the best in all-terrain performance - generating up to 9,400 pounds of conventional trailering and an estimated top-speed ratio of 120 MPH. It demands no compromises on the Seattle backroads. It instead only yields value.
Want to take it for a ride? Visit our dealership today to learn more about this Nissan contender.
(Posted on Aug 30, 2018 at 05:13AM by Michelle Bogle)
There’s one thing that Seattle truck enthusiasts love and that’s the 2018 Nissan Titan. Commercial operators and everyday drivers choose this pickup time and time again for its monstrous torque and horsepower, as well as its comprehensive range of trim and cab options. This summer, it also topped the charts with a 4.9 percent sales increase in July alone.
For 2018, Titan half-ton pickups are available in Single Cab, King Cab and Crew Cab body configurations with either 4x2 or 4x4 drivetrains. Nissan also offers this truck in five well-equipped grade levels: S, SV, PRO-4X, SL and Platinum Reserve. Growling under every hood is a 390-horsepower 5.6-liter Endurance V8 gasoline engine mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission.
The 2018 Titan also offers innovative towing, utility features and driving aids, which make hauling and piloting the pickup easier than ever. Truck shoppers can opt for available features, including an Integrated Trailer Brake Controller, Trailer Sway Control (TSC), Tow/Haul Mode with Downhill Speed Control and a Trailer Light Check system. Pulling power is absolutely incredible with this rig, offering an available maximum towing capacity of 9,740 lbs and a maximum payload capacity of 1,950 lbs, when properly equipped.
Are you curious to learn more about the Titan, its available features and impressive specs? If so, contact our team at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, to learn more about this sales chart success.
Digital satisfaction proves rare on the backroads - with half-ton platforms yielding weak signals and limited content. Drivers are forced to endure standard AM/FM sound, with no hope of MP3 clarity or Bluetooth connectivity; and the result is pure tedium.
Allow the 2018 Titan Platinum Reserve to offer a more audible solution.
According to The Detroit Bureau, the Nissan Titan delivers crisp sound on the Washington roadways - with its cabin boasting advanced infotainment features. A seven-inch display anchors the console, allowing drivers to interface with their favorite tunes through vivid LCD pixels. A Rockford Fosgate sound system offers rumbling bass-chords, with its twelve speakers pairing perfectly with an integrated subwoofer; while SiriusXM satellite radio yields access to thousands of high-definition channels. Wireless Bluetooth technology enables smooth audio streaming, combining both MP3 and WMA functions; and a single-CD player provides custom content options.
Inside the 2018 Titan Platinum Reserve riders will also find ample download opportunities - with both auxiliary input jacks and USB ports allowing them to engage with their devices. Quickly sync smartphones and music players directly to the NissanConnect media console.
Curious about the Titan and its media options? Visit our dealership today to request a peek at the cabin!
For too long has the one-size-fits-all philosophy dominated the half-ton market - forcing drivers to endure styles that don’t suit and accessories that have no value. Their trucks never truly reflect their needs. Instead they must cobble together an approximation of performance.
Nissan thinks it’s time for a change.
As Jalopnik explains, the 2018 Titan is no mere pick-up. It’s instead a fully customizable platform that can accommodate every driver need - adapting to commercial, residential, and even off-road demands with ease. Choose from a bevy of accessories to redefine each mile, including:
Titan Boxes - these long options fit snugly against the sides of the bed. Their waterproof designs allow them to protect cargo from fickle weather, while rugged plastic resists scratches and corrosion. Secure all items with the turn of a lock; and maximize available bay space by removing them when necessary (their lightweight frames can be quickly carried away).
Step Rails - conquer the Titan’s massive frame (228-inches long, 81-inches wide, and 77-inches high) with these bed-side mounted options. Durable platforms slide smoothly from the undercarriage, affording drivers easier entries and exits.
Bed Liners - no longer fear heavy payloads. These high-density polyethylene options fit neatly into the rear of the truck, blending ribbed non-stick grips with a moisture-wicking design. This promises long-lasting protection, shielding the truck from both rust and skid-marks.
The 2018 Titan can be customized to each driver’s specific needs - allowing for a more effective off-road experience. To learn more contact us today!
(Posted on May 31, 2018 at 09:41AM by Michelle Bogle)
If you are looking for a capable truck with easy driveability, consider the all-new 2018 Nissan Titan. It recently earned a top five spot on the U.S. News & World Report’s list of best full-size pickup trucks, which recognized the vehicle for its smooth ride and good on-road manners.
For 2018, the Titan is offered in a full range of rugged half-ton pickups, including Single Cab, King Cab and Crew Cab body configurations, with a choice of 4x2 and 4x4 drive, as well as five trims. Every model is anchored by a 390-horsepower 5.6-liter Endurance V8 gasoline engine mated to a smooth-shifting seven-speed automatic transmission. It offers an available maximum towing capacity of 9,740 pounds and a maximum payload capacity of 1,950 pounds.
Inside, the 2018 Titan is as refined as its driving dynamics, offering a host of available features, including NissanConnect with Navigation, a 7.0-inch color touch-screen display, SiriusXM Traffic and Sirius Travel Link, and Nissan Voice Recognition for navigation and audio. There’s also an Around View Monitor, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and a RearView Monitor to help drivers steer through busy streets and work sites. The Titan is both rugged and smart – what more could you ask for?
Elevate your fleet this summer by test driving a 2018 Titan at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington. To learn more or to compare pricing and specs, contact our team today.
There is a new ruler of the road - with Nissan unveiling its 2018 Titan King Cab. This half-ton platform promises class-leading performance, leaving the less is more philosophy in the proverbial dust.
As Villager Publishing explains, the 2018 King Cab proves a dynamic force on the highway. Every line has been tailored to impress, delivering super-sized performance with each mile.
Conquer every terrain in the new Titan. This platform boasts a massive frame (229-inches long, 81-inches wide, and 77-inches high) that rolls over each challenge with ease. The extended ground clearance (8.3-inches) accommodates even the roughest roads, while a 16.4-degree approach angle lets the fascia move smoothly over curbs.
To ensure best-in-class payloads (1,620 pounds), the King Cab boasts an extended bed - which delivers 6.5 feet of storage capabilities. The 50-inch liner depth pairs with a 63.8-inch wheel-to-wheel width, branding this bay perfect for every long-haul need.
A massive wheelbase (139.8-inches) delivers superior cabin space, with the 2018 Titan yielding a six-passenger configuration. Riders can sprawl comfortably in 41.8-inches of frontal legroom and 38.5-inches of rear legroom, respectively.
With the release of the King Cab edition, Nissan elevates its Titan from pick-up truck to half-ton heavyweight. Learn more about this bigger is better mantra by visiting our dealership today!