I visited key west to look at a used truck. Peter was very nice and fixed any problems with the truck so it would be safe and reliable for me, as well as suggested I contact him with any questions and concerns. I would definitely go back because of how nice and reasonable the staff were.
Pleasant experience with sales staff.
Buying a new (or near-new) vehicle can be a stressful experience. However, salesman Robert Klaus was very helpful and treated me fairly. They offered me a very reasonable amount for my trade-in and the financing and insurance arrangements were seamless. The vehicle was detailed and was ready to be driven home in less than an hour. I would recommend Key West to a family member or a friend.
Great dealership and sales person. Friendly, knowledgeable and not aggressive in the sale at all. Financing was a breeze too. Definitely recommend this place for a purchase
I bought my car at key west ford in New Westminster.
Thank you Carrie and Megan in finance helping me out. If I have any issues there always there to help me out.. I get my answer same day.
There always keep in mind. These wonderful ladies treat me and my dog like family.
Thank you for everything and I always will come back.????
Great service Great Experience!
My experience at Key West ford was great, the sales team were very knowledgeable and helpful. Id like to extend an extra thank you to Megan Fraser, she definately went above and beyond and made my experience that much better, she took care of all paper work, made sure my car was cleaned and fueled and provided me with an insurance rep right on the spot so i could drive away in my new car that day. Thanks again Megan
2019 Ford Mustang 201A Package
I bought the car before Christmas 2018. Peter helped me through the super easy and smooth process which was then passed on to Michelle, who did the rest of the transaction. I was very excited to have such car because of comfort, style, and the speed. Not to forget the loud engine as if there’s a war on the road when driving a mustang. I don’t have to elaborate into specifics but I love the car. After the transaction, Peter guided me through the technology, seats and modes of driving. Also, he didn’t promise me anything but before the day of purchase, I asked Peter some favours. One of them is the “key west ford” logo on the rear of the vehicle that I didn’t want to have. Overall, I’m very satisfied with the customer service that Peter provided. Sadly, I lost the car due to an accident which I’m not at fault. I only had the car for less than 7 months but moving on, I look forward on talking to Peter for another brand new mustang!
So helpful! Erick was fantastic.
Erick at Key West Ford was extremely knowledgeable, friendly, and not pushy at all, showed us all the options we wanted and ended up with an even better car than we expected. Double thumbs up.
I bought a f450 from Ben this past week. Ben and his team went above and beyond my expectations. There was zero pressure and they worked hard to meet my needs. I highly recommend them!
Leave it to me.
We like to browse without being pursued, first point given to Jag Dhillon for simply saying, hello I am Jag, is there anything i can help you with. We like space when i shop, and Jag picked up pretty quick, how our personalities worked, and let us come to him with questions on our terms. The end result, we bought a car from him, he was most helpful in answering questions, as well as sharing knowledge.. i would definitely recommend buying a car from Jag Dhillon at Key West Ford. Our, new to us, preowned mini cooper roadster was a great deal, and i feel like the care we got was authentic. Great job!
Latest Nissan News For Seattle, Tacoma, And Bellevue Washington
(Posted on Dec 15, 2017 at 05:06PM by Mat Wilkins)
The esteemed automotive research company Kelley Blue Book has, for the fourth consecutive year, deemed the Pathfinder one of “The 12 Best Family Cars of 2017”. KBB announced that their scoring was based primarily on a vehicle’s ability to “please the people it carries”, and well, they couldn’t have been more accurate.
The Pathfinder’s innovative Rear Door Alert System reminds you of anything that might have been left in the back seat. Dry-cleaning, sports equipment, whatever; you can rest assured that this SUV’s got you covered. What’s more, with standard Automatic Emergency Braking, potential frontal collisions are kept right where they should be— at an absolute minimum.
Did we mention the Pathfinder’s 3.5L Direct Injection V6 kicks out 284-horsepower while keeping its highway fuel economy at an astounding 26 mpg? So load up and tow to your hearts’ content, folks! In the event that your cargo happens to be your kids, features like NissanConnect, SiriusXM radio, and EZ Flex Seating System™ ensure that the ride will not only be the best you’ve ever had, but theirs too.
Everyone understands the perils that come with drunk driving, but here’s a little known but related fact: Operating a vehicle under the influence of not enough water carries its own hazards. And Nissan wants to fight the problems associated with dehydration while behind the wheel via awareness brought through new sweat-sensing seat technology.
According to a 2015 study by the European Hydration Institute, drivers that only took approximately a sip of water before operating a vehicle were at risk of making twice as many mistakes as properly hydrated travelers. The number of errors made equated to roughly the kind of performance seen in individuals under the influence of a 0.08-percent blood alcohol content (BAC) level. Shocking, right?
As a result of this revelation, late this year Nissan teamed with Drooq to create a new seating material—SOAK coating. It changes color when coming in contact with a driver’s sweat, turning yellow to indicate the passenger should rehydrate. Conversely, it alters to blue to give an “all clear.” While this new tech isn’t currently planned for any production vehicles, future cars from the Japanese manufacturer (including, perhaps, the beloved Pathfinder) could always introduce it.
Gasoline-fueled engines aren’t dead yet. Nissan, a leader in the all-electric movement, hasn’t lost their faith in the virtues of the classic motor configuration. Instead, the Japanese automaker is poised to introduce new internal combustion technologies expressly designed to prolong its shelf life.
Head of Nissan’s gasoline engine project group, Shinichi Kiga, says that one of their forthcoming internal combustion engine technologies is scheduled for debut in Los Angeles on Nov. 28th at a media event. The variable compression ratio system will first see its introduction via a new Infinity QX50 sport utility vehicle, although it’s likely other machines, including the Pathfinder, will benefit in the future.
The variable compression ratio system will be integrated as part of the VC-Turbo engine included under the hood of the refreshed QX50. This motor stands apart from current setups thanks to its heightened thermal efficiency, which refers to how much “oomph” a power plant produces from a single unit of fuel. Instead of the 20- to 30-percent efficiency average commonly seen today, the technology is set to deliver a maximum of approximately 40-percent.
It’s a simple mistake. You slide out of a car, juggling stacks of paper and smartphone social feeds. Time proves your perpetual enemy and it’s waging a fierce war this morning, rendering you late for an appointment. You hastily cross the parking lot, debating whether you can risk waiting for the elevator or if you should just suffer on the stairs.
In your rush to the office, however, you forget that oh-so-important laptop that houses all of your presentation notes. It's sitting in the backseat of your SUV; and so you arrive to your meeting with seconds to spare… and no materials to showcase.
With the release of the 2018 Pathfinder, Nissan hopes to save you from this frustration. Check out the new Rear-Door Alerts function.
According to the NY Daily News, this system should deliver convenience. Utilizing advanced interior sensors, it monitors rear door access - noting all openings and closings. By assessing activity, it can determine when items have been stowed in the back of the 2018 Pathfinder. Should drivers fail to retrieve these groceries, sporting goods, suitcases, and more, the car will automatically release a distinct triple honk of its horn. This (when paired with a flashing dashboard display) will ensure that all contents are retrieved.
Through its Rear-Door Alerts system, Nissan is enabling drivers to redefine their experiences - ensuring that no precious cargo is forgotten. The 2018 Pathfinder (which features a suite of intelligent mobility features, including the 360-degree Around View Monitor and Adaptive Cruise Control) will promote peace-of-mind with every mile.
(Posted on Nov 6, 2017 at 02:19PM by Michelle Bogle)
Do you frequently leave the lights on or forget to lock your car? Soon these troubles will be a distant memory with Amazon Alexa. Nissan recently announced that this smart-home technology will be available on the 2018 Pathfinder, as well as the Armada and Leaf.
Amazon Alexa is truly revolutionizing the automotive industry by giving drivers control over certain connected-car functions with the sound of their voice. With this technology, Nissan owners can lock and unlock doors, honk the horn, flash the lights and start or stop the engine. All they have to say is, "Alexa, ask NissanConnect Services to...", followed by the command – and voila!
Here’s how it works:
Alexa is already available on many 2016-2017 model year Nissans, including the Altima, GT-R, Maxima, Murano, Rogue, Sentra and Titan. But, this extension to the 2018 Pathfinder, Armada and Leaf vehicles is certainly a welcomed addition, especially for drivers in the Pacific Northwest who rely on remote start during the winter.
To learn more about Alexa and its capabilities, contact Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington to schedule your test drive today! You can also pre-shop our online inventory by clicking here.