Peter Olson helped us find our truck and we are truly happy
Peter Olson helped us find our Ford F150, helpful, informative, patient, accommodating. He filled in all the gaps in our knowledge about Ford trucks. They have some great deals. It was a great experience with Key West Ford. - Dave
Everyone was really helpful. No questions were left...
Everyone was really helpful. No questions were left unanswered. Would definitely recommend Key West Ford to my family and friends. Jag and Gurj were brilliant.
Peter Olson was so helpful, and the rest of the team was...
Peter Olson was so helpful, and the rest of the team was welcoming. The dealership is a well run team, leading me through the steps of test drives, selection of vehicles, financing and insurance.
They really went the extra mile to meet my needs and make...
They really went the extra mile to meet my needs and make my choice that much easier . Love my new F150 XLT
Great Job Guys
Excellent Straightforward Service and Good Pricing
My experience purchasing a 2019 Ford Transit Connect from this dealership was excellent. First contact with Robert Klaus was prompt and informative and all additional correspondence was respectful and professional. Robert gives car dealers a good name - honest, personable and completely transparent, never pushy or overbearing.
During our conversation on price and trade-in, Robert and Sales Manger, Wes, worked really hard to give me the best deal they could on my trade-in. They doubled other trade-in offers that i had received from other dealerships. We found a newer vehicle in my price range and a fair trade-in value and made a deal. I traveled from Vancouver Island to complete the deal and Robert came in on his day off to see me personally.
Everyone in the dealership was helpful, friendly, honest and professional. They were a pleasure to deal with. I wasn't sure what to expect without having a final deal in place before I left the island, but they were good to their word and we concluded our business as we discussed on the phone.
I would highly recommend Robert and the team at Key West Ford to anyone. When looking for a new or used car I suggest contacting Robert Klaus directly.
Had a pleasant time being shown cars in the...
Had a pleasant time being shown cars in the lot.
everybody was nice and I left with a car that suits my needs. Great all around service.
It was a pleasure dealing with Erick at Key West Ford In...
It was a pleasure dealing with Erick at Key West Ford In New west. Everyone at the dealership was great. I am extremely happy with my 2020 F-150 xlt. If your looking for a ford, this is the place to find one.
It was a pleasure buying a used 2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid...
It was a pleasure buying a used 2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid Titanium. The whole process was smooth & transparent. My only complaint was after the purchase regarding my all weather floor mats. I was quoted $135 internal price but when I went to pick em up I was charged $240. Clerk told me it was the internal price. I was in a rush & didn't want to argue but I wished I passed on the misquoted mats
Traded in my f-150 got a 2019 convertible mustang gt...
Traded in my f-150 got a 2019 convertible mustang gt Peter came in 3 hours early to meet me and show me the car super nice super honest was easy to deal with
Latest Nissan News For Seattle, Tacoma, And Bellevue Washington
(Posted on Nov 30, 2018 at 10:17PM by Michelle Bogle)
With the ongoing wildfires in Northern California and Northern Los Angeles, Nissan is giving back to those in need by offering free in-cabin microfilter replacements for customers impacted by the disaster. This complimentary service, which includes labor for installation and inspection, is being offered until January 31, 2019, at over 50 Nissan dealerships.
“We are heartbroken by the devastation of these wildfires and want to help those who have been affected in some way,” said Kevin Wagstaff, Regional VP, Nissan North America in a press release. “We can only hope this offer of a free in-cabin microfilter replacement provides some relief as communities begin to rebuild.”
It’s very important for Nissan owners impacted by the wildfires to have their vehicles inspected and to replace the in-cabin microfilters. This is a key component since its job is to clean the air entering the cabin by trapping pollen, bacteria, dust and exhaust gases. If left untouched, it could compromise the car’s interior air quality.
The automaker has also committed to performing free multi-point inspections on Nissan vehicles brought in for in-cabin microfilter replacements, along with deferring payment options and providing employee pricing on new vehicles for Northern California and Northern Los Angeles residents affected by the wildfires.
From all of us at Kirkland Nissan, our hearts go out to those touched by this disaster. To learn more about the important causes that Nissan supports, call our dealership today.
(Posted on Jan 14, 2018 at 11:08AM by Mat Wilkins)
Rumours have begun to bubble up that alongside the release of the new Frontier, Nissan may be planning to bring back the Xterra, an SUV that was discontinued in 2015.
Traditionally based on the undercarriage of the Frontier, the Nissan Xterra was built to be a comfortable and passenger-friendly alternative to the pickup. Whispers of a 7-seat, 3-row configuration have been circulating around the world wide web, confirming that consumers will have the opportunity to fill their vehicles with people— instead of bits of wood, sheet metal, or whatever else goes in a truck. And like its midsize cousin, the new Xterra will be versatile, able to handle both a morning commute or an impromptu vacation through the great outdoors with ease.
Speaking to media at the Tokyo Auto Show last year, Ashwani Gupta (vice president of Renault-Nissan’s light commercial vehicle department) hinted strongly that this car’s debut would occur at the upcoming 2018 Beijing exhibit.
The world’s premier automotive partnership, Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, announced this week the launch of Alliance Ventures. It stands as a new fund determined to invest as much as $1 billion into industry innovation over the course of the next five years.
The venture capital fund’s first year is expected to bring the investment of approximately $200 million in various promising start-ups that focus on the advancement of worldwide mobility, artificial intelligence (AI), and autonomous systems. By the “midterm” period of the company’s plan—2022—Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi expects to have the largest corporate endowment of its type.
Alliance Ventures will first invest in US-based Ionic Materials. That company is currently dedicated to the development of solid-state, cobalt-free battery materials that could find future use in such Nissan EVs as the zero-emissions LEAF. The 2018 version of that vehicle is set to deliver an all-electric output of 147 HP and 236-lb.-ft. of torque with a driving range of 150 miles on a single charge.
In the mood for a fun 3D experience? Actually, a better question: down for a Star Wars interactive web extravaganza? Yup—we thought so! And that’s exactly what Nissan has delivered with their “Command Your Craft” offering.
Available on NissanUSA.com/StarWars, the experience is entirely gesture-based and lets players take control of The Last Jedi-inspired vehicles crafted directly by the Japanese manufacturer. Want to fight the bad guys? Represent as Poe Dameron and hop into a BB-8-loaded X-wing (the 2018 Rogue). Feeling a little mischievous, and, well, “evil” today? Embrace the Dark Side as Kylo Ren in his TIE Silencer (2018 Maxima). You can use your hands to raise, rotate, and summon on-screen cars.
The breakthrough Star Wars 3D experience utilizes Google’s TensorFlow. The software library is open-source and wields machine learning to recognize and categorize images. It’s cutting-edge, just in time for The Last Jedi, and perfect to use for representing cars like the 2018 Maxima. That vehicle offers suitably futuristic performance, providing 50-to-70 mph passing power in a class-leading 3.8 seconds (wow)! And when you need to make a quick stop, you can go from that top speed down to a standstill in only 178 feet.