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!
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Allan was great! He knew that my wife and I were interested in purchasing a Pre owned vehicle and was instrumental in helping us find what we were looking for. He listened to our needs, instead of telling us what we wanted to hear. He was personable and friendly. We never felt pressured into purchasing something that didn’t fit our needs. I would highly recommend Allen to anyone who is looking for a great experience during a car search. His knowledge is second to none and his attitude is great!
Bought my first car today with, Jeff Upton. He answered all my questions and helped me find the perfect SUV. Michael Nokes was also there helping Jeff out and explaining what to look for in a used car and the pros and cons that come with it. Great to deal with, very friendly and kind,
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I couldn't have asked for a better experience with my first major purchase!
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he did great job to explain everything and at the end help to set up Bluetooth and navigation system I am really thankful to Jag for this experience
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I bought a used 2016 mustang gt just recently from Lino. He was very helpful, friendly and answered all my questions. I also spoke in great length with Michael Nokes the sales manager. He was easy to get along with and a general overall nice guy. I would definitely recommend key west ford to anyone looking for a brand new or used ford. Lino didn’t pressure me into buying that first day I arrived. You will feel comfortable dealing with him and Michael nokes.
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We were window shopping for a new vehicle in the near future. Tom showed us exactly what we wanted and made the deal happen today. We are exceptionally happy with his service and would recommend friends and family go see him at Key West Ford!
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Jag and the team are very hospitable. They all made me feel as tho’ I was their guest. I was lucky that they had exactly what I needed in the lot and I was given the best deal I could have hoped for. Thank you, Jag !
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(Posted on Jul 20, 2018 at 06:09PM by Michelle Bogle)
The all-new 2018 Nissan Kicks recently hit showrooms across North America, which means that automotive journalists have been clamoring for test drives as a way to review the subcompact SUV. One of those publications is Consumer Reports – they recently reviewed the mid-range SV trim and, boy, did they love it.
They hailed the vehicle for its value, especially for urban drivers and those in warmer states who don’t need the enhanced traction of all-wheel drive. Pricing starts at just $17,990 for the base S, $19,690 for the SV and $20,290 for the SR. For new car shoppers on a budget, you can’t beat that.
The 2018 Kicks also scored top marks with Consumer Reports for its spacious interior. Even though the body of the subcompact SUV is diminutive, the Kicks’ upright styling creates a roomy rear seat with good knee and headroom space (33.2 inches and 38.5 inches, respectively). Cargo capacity is generous too with up to 53.1 cubic feet of storage with the rear row folded down. On the road, the cabin is quiet and relaxing with less road and wind noise than most of its rivals – something highway commuters can appreciate.
If you’ve been anxious to test drive the all-new 2018 Kicks, contact Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, to book your appointment today.
(Posted on Jul 12, 2018 at 07:06AM by Michelle Bogle)
When shopping for a subcompact SUV, the market of makes and model is vast. With so much choice, it can be hard to hone-in (let alone test drive) all of the options that fit your budget and needs.
The 2018 Nissan Kicks promises to simplify your decision. It was recently named a top 10 pick by the US News and World Report, which hailed the all-new vehicle for its low base price, excellent fuel economy and comprehensive list of standard features.
The 2018 Kicks is available in three well-loaded trims (S, SV and SR) with a starting price of $18,965. All models are equipped with front-wheel drive and a 125-horsepower 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 115 lb-ft of torque. A continuously variable automatic transmission is also included across the board, which is rated for 31 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the highway.
Standard equipment on the 2018 Kicks boasts a six-speaker stereo, two USB ports, Bluetooth, push-button start, and a 7-inch touch-screen infotainment system. However, if that’s not enough bells and whistles for you, you can also opt for the available eight-speaker Bose premium sound system and NissanConnect with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, which allows you to easily connect your smartphone to the Kicks' infotainment system. Other optional features include automatic climate control, proximity key entry, remote start, satellite radio, a Rockford Fosgate audio system and a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot.
Sound like the right subcompact SUV for you? To learn more, including pricing and specs, contact us at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, to schedule a test drive in the all-new 2018 Kicks!
Demand more from the hot-hatch market than convenience. Instead expect sport-inspired styling - with Nissan delivering the boldly designed 2018 Kicks SR. This platform (which serves as the successor to the Juke) will impress from every angle, proving a sleek addition to any summer adventure.
According to Kelley Blue Book, the 2018 Kicks injects a dynamic design into the compact market. A rear roof spoiler anchors the chassis, emphasizing the sculpted body (169-inches long, 69-inches wide, and 62-inches high) and wide C-Pillars. LED headlights wrap around the front and complement the lean fenders; while fog lamps punctuate the molded carbon-fiber skirting. 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels deliver a bright metallic burst; and an extensive color suite (which includes Cayenne Red and Monarch Orange) allows for complete customization, with single and dual paint trim packages available.
To further delight, the new Kicks SR also features a chic cabin - with racing-inspired seats delivering both contrast stitching and bucket styling. A leather-wrapped steering wheel yields supple textures, while the central console boasts the crisp LCD pixels of the Around View monitor. Even the most finicky fashionista will be thrilled.
Want to learn more about the 2018 Kicks and its fresh design? Visit our dealership today to request a peek at this Nissan hatchback.
Expect more from the highway experience. With the release of the 2018 Kicks SV, Nissan is bridging the gap between efficiency and comfort - pairing a lean hot-hatch body (169-inches long, 69-inches wide, and 62-inches high) with a suite of premium upgrades. Compromise is no longer a word within the Tacoma lexicon.
According to Kelley Blue Book, the 2018 Kicks proves a worthy successor to the Juke. Its compact form promises easy maneuverability and class-leading economy (31 MPGs in the city and 36 MPGs on the highway). More impressive, however, is the inclusion of the SV trim - which boasts a bevy of top-tier features.
The 2018 Kicks now rests on 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, ensuring a sporty effect; while power side-view mirrors counter Tacoma’s fickle weather with their multi-level heating technologies. Wide-angle blind spot sensors further enhance the platform, assessing roadways and passing vehicles alike with radar precision.
An Intelligent Key system anchors this Juke-inspired platform, enabling drivers to control the engine, locking functions, and automatic climate controls with the press of a button. An integrated cargo cover waits in the expansive rear hatch (32.3 cu.-ft); and the media center has been fused with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality, accommodating every smartphone download with ease.
The 2018 Kicks SV allows drivers to (finally) enjoy their highway commutes. To learn more about this Nissan hatchback contact our dealership today!
The downtown streets are ever-hectic - a surge of traffic and fickle stop-lights. You try to navigate the chaos, but too often does your hatchback prove ill-equipped for the task; and each commute is spent pressing nervously against the brake pedal.
Nissan believes you deserve an intuitive experience - with your car tailored for both maneuverability and safety. This is why it now offers the 2018 Kicks to Seattle drivers, ensuring that every downtown adventure proves positive.
According to CNET, the new Kicks is tailored for crowded streets. Its lean body - 169-inches long, 69-inches wide, and 62-inches high - weaves deftly through traffic. The short front track (59.8-inches) counters parking concerns, allowing drivers to slide seamlessly into even the tightest spaces; while a fascia-mounted stabilizer bar ensures precise cornering. The chassis is bolstered with both traction control and hill start assistance to promote superior handling, utilizing an independent strut suspension to create a balanced ride.
To further impress, this Juke successor also boasts a dynamic safety suite - which includes automatic emergency braking (the ABS is engaged when the car’s radar sensors detect frontal obstacles); rear cross-traffic alerts (side-mounted sensors interpret lane positions to determine whether a collision is imminent); and a 360-degree high-definition camera (wide-angle lenses are strategically positioned across the chassis and deliver real-time perspective feeds to the central media console). These systems work in tandem to bolster every press of the pedal.
The 2018 Kicks affords drivers a rare sense of confidence - allowing them to maneuver through every downtown street with ease. To learn more about this platform contact us today.
It’s an unassuming spec. You stare at the 2018 Kicks, knowing that beneath its hood rests a 1.6L four-cylinder engine. This seems a middling option for the hot hatch market; and you wonder how it could possibly replace the responsive (and now discontinued) Juke. This isn’t the upgrade you were promised.
We disagree - and so does CNET.
As the venerable news site explains, the 2018 Kicks will serve as the successor to the Juke. It will feature a four-cylinder engine, which (at first glance) seems less than thrilling. Performance ratios linger at 125 HP and 115 lb.-ft of torque, and Sumner drivers are already voicing their displeasure.
Give us a moment of silence and we’ll sway your opinion.
Though the Nissan Kicks features a smaller engine than its predecessor, it delivers superior performance - pairing natural-aspiration technology (which ensures a steady power-band, regulating both air intake and fuel distribution to maintain optimal levels) with a light design. The hatch boasts a slim frame of 2,369 pounds. Its distinct blend of alloy and carbon materials greatly lessens overall weight demands (the Juke’s entry-level model yielded 2,913 pounds); and this allows it to sail down every street. Its four-cylinder has been engineered for maneuverability, achieving a 0 to 60 rev of approximately 7.9 seconds.
The new Kicks - which is anchored by a seamless continuously variable transmission and a robust front-wheel-drive - promises dynamic handling on the highway; and it proves that spec sheets can indeed be deceiving.
To learn more about this model contact our team today!
(Posted on Jun 8, 2018 at 05:53AM by Michelle Bogle)
As consumers, we love having the ability to personalize our belongings – from purses, phones and tablets to our homes, clothing and shoes, nothing is off limits these days. And Nissan is embracing this trend by offering a special customization website known as their Color Studio for the all-new Kicks crossover SUV.
The Color Studio brings personalization to the compact crossover segment, allowing Kicks shoppers and owners the ability to modify 12 curated accessories from a selection of five colors – vibrant whites, blacks, reds, oranges and blues.
Want to snazz up the exterior? Easy! You can swap out the color of the front lip finisher, the rear spoiler, front and rear door handle covers, the rear bumper accent, and more. If you’d like for the interior to reflect your unique style, you can also customize the color of the rearview mirror cover, door sill protector, air vent rings, or floor mats. Cool, right? Nissan thinks so too.
"As an affordable compact crossover, Kicks is designed to fit the needs of singles or couples looking for style, personal technology, smart functionality and advanced safety features," said Mike Soutter, VP, Aftersales, Nissan North America, Inc., in a press release. "The Kicks Color Studio adds an affordable way to further personalize the new Kicks, giving buyers the choice of adding just a few or the complete package of factory-backed Color Studio accessories."
The 2018 Kicks will soon be offered in three well-equipped trims (S, SV and SR) with pricing well-below the $20K mark. To pre-book your test drive in an all-new model, contact our team at Kirkland Nissan today.
Value proves forgotten among the crossover market. Kirkland drivers roam dealer aisles, searching for savings; but their efforts are always in vain. Every platform is burdened with high costs and low incentives.
The 2018 Kicks will change that.
According to CNET, the 2018 Kicks will yield strong value - with its base model costing approximately $18,000! This is $2,000 less than its Juke predecessor; and it provides drivers with the rewards they crave. Nissan has bolstered this platform with both a low entry cost and a suite of advanced standard features, ensuring that compromise is a thing of the past.
Among the included technologies are:
Safety - automated headlamps respond to low-visibility conditions, utilizing LED bulbs to cut through the dark; while the all-wheel brakes will seamlessly engage, using ABS precision to detect an impending collision. A rearview camera further enhances driver protection, delivering high-definition streaming and gridline route tracking.
Infotainment - the 2018 Kicks comes with a seven-inch LCD display screen. This provides easy access to the NissanConnect suite (which offers custom applications, including Pandora, iHeartRadio, and Yelp) and wireless Bluetooth links.
Power - beneath the Kicks’ hood rests a four-cylinder engine, which yields 125 HP and 115 lb.-ft of torque. This anchors the entire fleet and ensures a smooth FWD performance.
With the release of the new Kicks Nissan provides drivers with undeniable value - delivering a budget-friendly crossover that won’t sacrifice capability. To learn more contact our team today.
(Posted on May 9, 2018 at 01:14PM by Michelle Bogle)
Looking to get your “kicks” along Route 66 this summer? Well, now you can in Nissan’s newest crossover to hit its line-up. Unveiling later this spring, the 2018 Kicks will take the place of the now-defunct Juke, promising Seattle area drivers practicality and fuel efficiency with more conventional styling.
The 2018 Kicks will be offered in three well-equipped trims (S, SV and SR) with pricing beginning at $18,965. All models will feature front-wheel drive only, which is ideal for urban drivers, and come with the same 125-horsepower 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 115 lb-ft of torque. A continuously variable automatic transmission is also standard across the board, which is rated for 33 mpg combined and fetches better fuel economy than the Juke’s 29 mpg combined.
One of the greatest advantages of the all-new Kicks is its capacity. In an article by Cars.com, the reviewer was very impressed by the interior layout and backseat leg- and head-room of the small crossover, which is often hard to find in this segment. The Kicks also boasts loads of cargo space behind the back seat – 25.3 cu. ft. to be exact, which beats out other popular models, like the Toyota C-HR’s 19 cu. ft. or the retired Juke’s 10.5 cu. ft.
Can’t wait to go for a test drive? Neither can we! To pre-book your appointment in an all-new Kicks, contact our team at Kirkland Nissan today.
The competition is fierce - with crossovers warring at the pump, trying to secure the highest MPG ratios. They know that drivers will no longer abide inefficient engines, and they seek to push the boundaries of economy with every mile.
They needn’t bother. This battle is already decided.
According to the NY Daily News, the 2018 Kicks (Nissan’s latest crossover platform) will deliver class-leading economy - with its combined MPG ratio anticipated to reach 33. This places it far above the competition, with even the Honda HR-V and Mazda CX-3 only able to generate a 31 rating.
How will it deliver such impressive results? The NY Daily News explains that Nissan emphasizes finely-tuned performance. Its 1.6L DOHC engine pairs continuous variable valve timing with an advanced 16-valve design - increasing overall air intake levels to optimize revs. The FWD’s mounting position promotes a lower curb weight (2,489 pounds), which requires less power to propel the car forward; while the XTronic automatic transmission provides crisp responses, nimbly shifting between each gear ratio to eliminate clutch strain. All of these elements greatly reduce the amount of fuel needed per mile, and they enable the Kicks to more efficiently distribute its resources.
This promises a best-in-class MPG rating - with Seattle drivers now able to devote themselves to four-cylinder fun, rather than standing at the pump. Take advantage of this Juke-inspired platform's spirited performance (125 HP, 115 lb.-ft of torque) with every press of the pedal.
To learn more about the 2018 Kicks contact our team today.