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.
Outstanding Performance by Jag !
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
Happy Ford Owner
Key West Ford’s sales team ( my main contact Peter Olson) were a pleasure to deal with when I recently went looking to replace my 8 year old F150 pick up. Peter was very thorough in showing and explaining the dealerships new and pre owned vehicles as well as what new vehicles were available at other lower mainland dealers. I left the dealership to think about my options returning a few days later and purchased a great 1 year old ,well optioned pick up , exactly what I was looking for ! I’d like to thank Peter for answering all my questions on comparisons between different models,options,new or pre- owned, I’d also like to thank Michelle for making the “ paper work “ very easy to get through.
Qucik and professional.
We had a pleasure to work with the Key West Ford sales team, very professional approach and quick solution. Special thanks to Anson Song for a hard work and great deal !!!... Fully recommended
Used Forester XT
Thank you For giving me a great deal on this used vehicle. In addition, all of the staff was very polite and well mannered. Dealership worth looking at!
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(Posted on Sep 30, 2018 at 08:33AM by Michelle Bogle)
We all love pickup trucks for their incredible horsepower, hauling capabilities and rugged performance. But where they can be overlooked is their cargo capacity and storage. However, more families are turning to the mid-size pickup segment for its practicality and utility at home and on the jobsite. If you’ve been looking to challenge convention by trading in your minivan for a truck, consider the 2019 Nissan Frontier as your next family vehicle.
According to a review by Car and Driver, the 2019 Frontier earns four-out-of-five stars for cargo space and storage. Their experts gave the truck a thumbs up for its ability to swallow up luggage in the Crew Cab model, plus the inclusion of smart cubbies throughout the cabin to hold smaller odds and ends.
In fact, the larger Crew Cab body design of the Frontier can hold up to 10 carry-on suitcases behind the first row, which is quite impressive when you think about it. The Crew Cab bed also offers additional storage with a length of 59.5 inches; however, if that’s not enough, the King Cab boasts 73.3 inches for added versatility. In both options, the Frontier features a bed liftover height of 32 inches, which makes loading and unloading a snap. Whether you need to haul hockey equipment to the rink, suitcases to the airport, or coolers to the campsite, the Frontier makes easy work of it all.
2019 Frontiers are expected to hit out inventory soon. To pre-book your test drive in this incredible platform, contact our team at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, today.
(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.
Little changes often yield the biggest rewards - which is why Washington drivers will soon find much to celebrate. The 2019 Frontier maintains much of its predecessor’s distinctive style (after all, what isn’t broken doesn’t require fixing); but Nissan has bolstered the platform with a few dynamic upgrades to pique the interest of every pick-up fan.
According to The Drive, the 2019 Frontier offers a new color line-up - with Cayenne Red Metallic and Glacier White now added to the lower trims. These shades will perfectly complement the truck’s fascia (which maintains its signature chrome grille and tailgate spoiler); while the availability of glossy 18-inch black alloy wheels and satin-finished step-rails will inject a punch of sophistication into every mile.
Inside drivers will now discover a standardized seven-inch touchscreen. This will enable them to more efficiently engage with the NissanConnect infotainment console, which pairs streaming Bluetooth audio with voice-activated commands. High-definition pixels will frame every social media feed; and the crisp interface will showcase SiriusXM channels, Travel Link, and other popular programs.
These changes may - at a glance - seem unimportant; but they help to push the Frontier to the front of the mid-size pack, delivering a bold fascia and a user-friendly cabin. To learn more contact our dealership today!
Looks aren’t everything. The 2018 Frontier Midnight Edition proves this - delivering more to Burien than mere aesthetics. Nissan has fused this pick-up with a dynamic technology suite, allowing drivers to sample the best in infotainment. Prepare for a Hi-Fi ride.
According to Farm Forum, the 2018 Midnight Edition is primed for all digital needs. A five-inch display anchors the center-stack, offering easy access to top-tier programs. Wireless Bluetooth links allow for quick smartphone syncing, while Siri Eyes Free technology bolsters every voice-activated request (seamlessly control Google, Pandora, and other apps). A hands-free text messaging assistant proves perfect for hectic highway traffic, enabling drivers to engage with their contact lists without abandoning the steering wheel; while a six-speaker stereo system utilizes Radio Data capabilities to improve each signal and enhance bass-lines.
To further ensure ample entertainment, the new Frontier also boasts advanced playback options - catering to MP3 links and WMA CD signals alike. This allows drivers to customize their playlists and spares them the frustration of fumbling for AM/FM channels. SiriusXM satellite radio is also available.
With the release of the 2018 Frontier Midnight Edition Nissan brings a bevy of tech options to Burien. To learn more about these systems contact our team today!
Embrace the dark side of performance - with Nissan bringing the 2018 Frontier Midnight Edition to Washington. This pick-up defies all half-ton conventions, trading dull lines for pure drama; and drivers will find themselves impressed by every angle.
As Farm Forum explains, the 2018 Frontier Midnight Edition delivers a bold design to Federal Way. An athletic stance is earned through 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, which boast six-spoke styling and wide fork detailing. All-season tires (265/60R18) yield a sporty effect, while stamped steel wraps around the fenders. Glossy black struts anchor the grille, complemented by mesh inserts and custom badging; the side-view mirrors and door handles are charcoal-capped; and dark step rails highlight the lean cab proportions (206-inches long, 73-inches wide, and 70-inches high). Silver accents also define the tailgate, drawing attention to the rear spoiler and splash guards.
The 2018 Frontier Midnight Edition is available in three dynamic colors - Magnetic Black, Gun Metallic, and Glacier White. Each is perfectly contrasted by satin-finished chrome and LED lighting.
With the release of the Midnight Edition Nissan enables commuters to fuse function with fashion - ensuring that compromise is a thing of the past. To learn more about this pick-up (or to schedule a test-drive in one of our current Frontier models) contact us today!
(Posted on Jun 29, 2018 at 04:00AM by Michelle Bogle)
For the third consecutive year, the Nissan Frontier has driven off with a 2018 J.D. Power Initial Quality Study Award within the Midsize Pickup segment. It is joined by the Maxima in the Large Car honors and the Altima in the Midsize Car segment, earning Nissan three impressive wins in the survey (as well as a tie for the most awards won).
The J.D. Power IQS study examines experienced problems by owners per every 100 vehicles during the first 90 days of ownership. A lower score is reflective of advanced quality.
The highest ranked Nissan Frontier proudly beat out its competitors, the GMC Canyon and Honda Ridgeline, who tied for second place. This year, Nissan also improved by eight problems per 100 vehicles to an overall average of just 85 problems per 100 vehicles, which was the best performance of all non-luxury Japanese brands.
“Nissan’s J.D. Power IQS results for 2018 are encouraging because they reflect customer satisfaction directly from the people who buy and lease our vehicles,” said Mark Swenson, Vice President, Total Customer Satisfaction, Nissan North America in a press release. “Positive IQS performance is a tribute to the ongoing efforts of Nissan Engineering, R&D, Quality and Manufacturing teams around the world, as well as our many global supplier partners. It is rewarding for us to see positive movement in J.D. Power IQS for three years running.”
To learn more about the 2018 Frontier, including its range of comprehensive trim levels and cab options, contact our team at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, for a test drive.
First impressions often prove wrong. When glancing at the 2018 Frontier’s mid-size profile, drivers may find themselves underwhelmed - certain that this athletic (but compact) ride could never offer the performance they need. Towing, after all, demands a strength only the big-fendered trucks can provide.
Allow the Auto Guide team to disprove this theory.
Recently, Auto Guide took the 2018 Frontier for a spin - pitting its Class IV hitch against a series of towing tests. What they discovered was a class-competitive platform that could easily keep pace with Ford and Toyota. Boasting 6,640 pounds of conventional trailering (as well as a payload capacity of 1,502 pounds), this Nissan pick-up proves ready for every haul.
At the rear of the Frontier is a trailer hitch - which offers a four-pin wiring harness and wide connection ball to ensure seamless compatibility. The 73.2-inch box delivers maximum value, with its Utiliti-Track system accommodating all payloads via custom cargo hooks and adjustable shelving; while tie-down cleats provide a secure hold. A factory-applied spray-on bed-liner protects the truck against even the heaviest boxes and bags; and available extenders offer bespoke storage options. Drivers can easily transform this truck into the ultimate long-hauler.
The 2018 Frontier promises superior cargo capabilities. To learn more about it - or to request a test-drive in one of our current models - contact our team today.
Too often does safety prove a luxury within the pick-up market. Big-wheeled haulers are meant to deliver strength, with every line tailored for payloads; and collision prevention becomes an afterthought for drivers and engineers alike.
The 2018 Frontier defies this convention, however- introducing Tacoma to an award-winning safety suite.
According to Auto Guide, the new Frontier proves a dynamic option for consumers. After recently securing a Top Pick rating from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety, this platform is ready for every mile. An advanced airbag suite - which includes dual-stage supplemental front, side-impact, and roof-mounted inflatables - surrounds the cabin, utilizing rollover sensors to provide a seamless activation. Electronic stability and traction control minimizes under-steerage, allowing the platform to quickly realign itself on sharp curves; while a tire monitoring system ensures that precise pressure levels are maintained. Three-point belts pair with active head restraints to reduce the chance of whiplash; and lower anchor tethers securely protect children, keeping their car-seats in nationally mandated positions.
To further ensure safety, the 2018 Frontier also boasts front and rear crumple zones - with its chassis engineered to absorb friction. Hood-buckling creases will reduce every fascia impact, while pipe-style steel guard beams will stabilize the doors. This will greatly lessen overall kinetic energy and lessen damage to both the truck and passengers.
The 2018 Frontier emphasizes safety with every rev. To learn more about this Nissan pick-up contact our team today!
(Posted on Jun 27, 2018 at 09:08AM by Michelle Bogle)
With fierce competition in the mid-size pickup segment, Nissan has plans to kick its production into gear in 2019 with the release of an all-new, next-generation Frontier. According to Steve Marsh, Vice President of Manufacturing, the truck will be assembled at Nissan’s Canton plant in Mississippi with the sole goal of “building the next generation of one of the best pickup trucks in America.”
Since Marsh’s bold proclamation, speculators have been abuzz with chatter about the 2019 MY Frontier. To date, it has been reported that the truck may share its platform with the Nissan Navara, which is currently sold in Europe and South America. There have also been talks of Nissan launching the 2019 Frontier with a Cummins turbo diesel, which some unconfirmed reports have said that the variant will be rated for 200 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque. Other powerplant options are also likely to include a naturally aspirated V6 engine.
Timing for an all-new Frontier couldn’t be better, especially since the pickup hasn’t had a complete refresh in a number of years. Industry insiders are hopeful that new equipment, updated styling and a more refined interior will strengthen the already excellent value-proposition of the truck.
To learn more about Nissan’s best-selling mid-size pickup, contact our dealership in Seattle, Washington, for a test drive in a new or used Frontier.
(Posted on May 21, 2018 at 04:00AM by Michelle Bogle)
If you are looking for a reliable truck to dominate projects on the job site or at home, you’ll want to test drive the all-new 2018 Nissan Frontier. It was recently ranked on the U.S. News & World Report’s top five list for the best compact pickup trucks, which hailed the vehicle for its solid work ethic, affordable price point and comfortable seating.
For 2018, the Frontier is available in both King Cab and Crew Cab body styles with 4x2 and 4x4 driveline configurations. It also comes with a choice of two powerful engines: a 4.0-liter DOHC V6 rated at 261 horsepower and a 152-horsepower 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder engine. Five well-equipped trim levels are offered: S, SV, PRO-4X, Desert Runner and SL.
Comfort is truly king in this truck. With seating for five passengers across its two-row design, the Frontier is available with unique cloth seats or plush leather, depending on the trim level you choose. Adjustments are made easy with multi-way driver and passenger seats and integrated lumbar supports, and power-adjustable heated side mirrors are standard on certain grades.
Your crew and family will also love the legroom in this truck with up to 42.4-inches in the front and 33.6-inches in the back. After a long day of hard work, you’ll appreciate the additional stretch out room.
Upgrade your fleet in time for the busy summer season – test drive a 2018 Frontier at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington. To learn more or to compare pricing and specs, contact our team today.