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
Nissan’s been doing some serious good again, Kirkland residents! Here’s the scoop—the automaker has announced that, in honor of the Grand Canyon national park and its 100-year anniversary, that they will be donating the Ultimate Parks TITAN to the Grand Canyon Conservancy as part of their partnership with the National Park Foundation.
The Ultimate Parks TITAN is a purpose-built park support vehicle that will offer the youth opportunities in the great outdoors (and specifically in the Grand Canyon National Park), thereby assisting with the park’s Canyon Field School.
The Ultimate Parks TITAN has been smartly based off the 2019 Nissan TITAN XD Gas PRO-4X Crew Cab. As a result, it comes with a 5.6-liter Endurance® V8 engine that kicks out 390 horses and 394 lb-ft of torque. Further, it comes packed with a four-wheel-drive system that enhances traction.
"Nissan is proud to support the outstanding work being performed, trail-by-trail, campsite-by-campsite, by partners like the National Park Foundation, Grand Canyon Conservancy and Arizona Conservation Corps," remarked Tiago Castro, director, Light Commercial Vehicles, Nissan North America, Inc.”
(Posted on Mar 24, 2019 at 07:23AM by Michelle Bogle)
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released the findings from their latest passenger-side small overlap front tests for trucks. In their report, the organization claims that most pickups struggled to maintain their structures during the evaluation. However, there was one shining star – the 2019 Nissan Titan.
Out of the 11 trucks evaluated, the Titan managed to receive a Good rating for both the passenger- and driver-side overall tests, which is the highest grade possible. The pickup specifically scored well in the areas of restraint and kinematics, head and neck, chest, hip and thigh, lower leg and foot. The truck also earned an Acceptable rating for structure.
When you choose the Nissan Titan, you can drive with peace of mind knowing that the truck is well-equipped with standard safety equipment right at the base level. All models boast six airbags, anti-lock disc brakes, brake assist, as well a tire pressure monitoring and electronic stability control. As you climb the trim levels, you’ll benefit from driver assist features, such as blind spot warning and trailer sway control, plus high-tech inclusions, like front and rear sonar parking sensors with surround view.
Safety is a cornerstone of the Titan! To learn more about this platform’s protective features and solid crash scores, contact Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, to discuss.
(Posted on Feb 27, 2019 at 07:13AM by Michelle Bogle)
Nissan is at it again with another teaser for an upcoming vehicle unveiling. In a press release, the company announced that they will reveal the second “Ultimate Titan” model on March 5, 2019. They also included a sneak preview of the vehicle with an image of a truck’s custom front end.
The “Ultimate Work Titan” is a special Nissan creation following the “Ultimate Service” model that was built for the American Red Cross last fall. It featured several modifications to act as a mobile command center in a disaster, including a fully-kitted bed box and a three-inch lift.
Both trucks are part of Nissan’s “Calling All Titans” campaign, which partners with national organizations, like Habitat for Humanity, the American Red Cross and the National Park Foundation.
To watch the debut of the “Ultimate Work Titan”, tune into the @NissanUSATrucks Facebook page on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, at 3:30 PM EST. Our team at Kirkland Nissan will be watching from Seattle, Washington – we hope you will too. We can also answer any questions that you may have about the 2019 Titan and Titan XD, which are currently in stock at our dealership and available for test driving.
(Posted on Dec 19, 2018 at 07:02AM by Michelle Bogle)
If you are looking for a half-ton truck to add to your fleet this coming year, consider test driving a 2019 Nissan Titan Pro-4X. PickupTrucks.com recently put the platform through a series of rigorous assessments, which resulted in favorable results for the Titan and a spot on the website’s top five list.
The 2019 Nissan Titan PRO-4X runs on a 390-horsepower 5.6-liter Endurance V8 engine for a total of 394 lb-ft of torque. Paired to a seven-speed automatic transmission with part-time four-wheel drive, the truck can tow a max capacity of 9,380 lbs, while using an observed fuel economy of 12.4 mpg. The PRO-4X model is also equipped with Bilstein off-road shock absorbers, an electronic locking rear differential, and Hill Descent Control for added capability.
According to PickupTruck.com’s assessment, the 2019 Titan PRO-4X offers solid driving dynamics, a well-thought-out cabin and top braking performance. On the road, the truck is civilized and offers a well-damped ride quality and can stop on a dime, quite literally. It beat out the Ram 1500 by a whopping 20 feet in the empty-bed 60-to-zero-mph emergency braking test, which is very impressive. The reviewers also raved about the interior details, like the big gauges and easy-to-reach controls, leather-wrapped steering wheel and rear-seat amenities, including soft elbow points, heated seats, power outlets and USB ports.
Curious to see how this rig handles on Seattle’s roads? To schedule your test drive in the 2019 Titan PRO-4X, contact our team at Kirkland Nissan near Bellevue, Washington, today.
Disaster looms - forcing families to gather what few belongings they can and try to outrun the chaos. There’s no time to plan; there are no moments to think; and, in those horrible seconds, too often are we forced to leave our four-legged friends behind.
Nissan intends to change this.
According to The Drive, a new Titan was recently revealed at the 2018 SEMA event - the Paws One. This custom-tuned truck (which was created in partnership with Animal Rescue Rigs) is intended to provide relief to creatures left stranded in a storm. Its rugged AWD body can penetrate even the worst conditions, rolling across debris to locate frightened dogs, cats, and more. 37-inch mud-terrain tires sluice away the dirt, while a six-inch suspension lift promises enhanced ground clearance. Bushwacker fender flares protect against fallen branches; and integrated spotlights deliver wide-angle beams, sweeping across the ground with halogen precision.
All of this is then paired with an exclusive 12,000 pound winch - which enables drivers to quickly haul away debris. Clear paths; improve sight-lines; and assist pets trapped beneath trees, rocks, or housing materials.
The Paws One Titan promises fast responses for all animals - fearing neither storm surge nor winter gale. To learn more about when this platform will arrive in Everett contact us today.
Craving a high-definition experience? Nissan will provide one - fusing its 2019 Titan XD with a series of infotainment upgrades. No longer will pick-up drivers be denied digital fun. Instead they’ll pair each all-terrain adventure with dynamic sound and fast interfacing.
According to PickupTrucks.com, the new Titan XD has been engineered for the modern driver. Anchoring its cabin is a seven-inch LCD touchscreen, which allows for sharp pixel clarity and easy interfacing. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto programs have been integrated to provide seamless smartphone syncing, while dual USB ports flank the system (drivers can now quickly upload their favorite files). Wireless Bluetooth links bolster the NissanConnect infotainment console, affording access to custom applications: such as Pandora or Yelp.
To further enhance each mile, the 2019 Titan XD also features a Fender-inspired audio system. Twelve speakers are mounted in strategic points throughout the cabin, delivering pulse-pounding notes via a 485-watt amplifier. Acoustic Motion Control technology stabilizes every chord (automatically adjusting timber and vibration), while noise cancellation panels reduce ambient interference. This transforms each song into a symphony while traveling the backroads.
Want to test the 2019 Titan XD’s infotainment options? Visit our dealership today to take this pick-up for a spin.
If something isn’t broken, it doesn’t need to be fixed. This is the philosophy embraced by Nissan. With the release of the 2019 Titan, the brand seeks to deliver a seamless experience for drivers - bringing its signature V8 engine back to the highway.
According to PickupTrucks.com, the new Titan will thrill half-ton fans. Beneath its hood growls a 5.6L Endurance V8, which promises up to 390 HP and 394 lb.-ft of torque. Mated to a smooth-shifting seven-speed automatic transmission, the engine yields class-leading capability - with a maximum towing capacity of 9,600 pounds accommodating every long-haul need. Take advantage of hydraulic-controlled variable valve technology to achieve increased intake levels; while the direct-injection system enhances throttle capabilities. An 11.2:1 compression ratio generates superior strength, and the inclusion of MCV thermal technology maintains optimal block temperatures (which helps to stabilize each rev).
These elements work seamlessly together to promote best-in-class performance - with the 2019 Titan offering drivers a payload capacity of 1,860 pounds. Sacrifice nothing; gain everything; haul it all.
The 2019 Titan promises exceptional V8 performance in Tacoma. To learn more about this pick-up - or to schedule a test-drive in one of our available models - contact our team today!
Looking for a new pickup? You’re in luck, Seattle and Kirkland residents! Nissan has revealed their pricing for the 2019 TITAN and TITAN XD—two of the finest truck models coming to dealerships this year. Trust us… these machines are absolutely loaded with features!
Before we wax poetic about everything these Titan models bring to the table, we’ll get right to pricing information. The 2019 TITAN S Single Cab 4x2 will be available for $30,390; the TITAN XD S Single Cab 4x2 Gas model will be offered for $32,670; the TITAN XD S Single Cab 4x2 Diesel variant will be listed at $38,270.
All of the above are very attractive prices; particularly so, in fact, when you consider all the high-tech inclusions that come with these machines. The 2019 TITAN and TITAN XD Crew Cab and King Cab trucks sport a Rear Door Alert to remind you to check the back seat whenever the pickup is parked. A new 7.0-inch touchscreen with NissanConnect supports both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Also, the crew cab variants again boast the availability of the highly popular Midnight Edition aesthetic package.
(Posted on Oct 24, 2018 at 06:40AM by Michelle Bogle)
When disaster strikes, it takes a special person or organization to respond – one that is brave, resourceful, and ready to act no matter what obstacles might be in the way. These qualities epitomize the Titan and many key organizations that touch the lives of people across the United States. When Nissan and the American Red Cross came together to collaborate on a mobile command center, the union was a perfect fit.
Earlier this month, the two organizations unveiled the Ultimate Service Titan, which is designed as a first aid mobile unit that is armed with supplies ready to conquer the elements in a disaster.
The truck’s base is a Titan XD Diesel Midnight Edition Crew Cab with its standard bed removed and replaced with a B&S Customizing Lightweight Bed Box. Additional body armor was also added to protect the truck from terrain that could damage other passenger vehicles.
Inside, the temperature-controlled unit is outfitted with a desk, solar power generator, built-in Wi-Fi, and a rest area in a pop-up roof tent. Crews can prepare meals between shifts using the truck’s microwave, sink, and stove, while the furniture can be reconfigured into a blood donation or first aid center if needed. A refrigerator is also on hand to keep food, medicine, or blood at an ideal temperature.
Since its unveiling, the Ultimate Service Titan has relocated to South Florida where it will be utilized to assist first responders during critical times of need.
You can learn more about the truck, Nissan’s “Calling All Titans” campaign, and how you can get involved by visiting their official website. Want to experience the sheer brawn of a Titan for yourself? Contact Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, for a test drive.
(Posted on Oct 24, 2018 at 06:02AM by Michelle Bogle)
If you’ve been eagerly awaiting news about the 2019 Titan, your day has finally come! On sale now nationwide, Nissan has released official pricing of their flagship truck. Segment-leading performance is soon-to-arrive, Seattle!
Starting with the base model, the single-cab Titan S 4x2 now starts at $31,785, including a $1,395 destination charge, which is a small increase of only $360 compared to last year.
One step up is the well-equipped Titan SV, which runs at $35,395, followed by the 4x4 version, which adds another $3,380 to the price of the S and $3,130 to the price of the SV.
Buyers looking for more space can opt for the King Cab configuration, which starts at $35,035 for the 4x2 S or $37,745 for the Crew Cab.
At the top-of-the-heap is the Titan Platinum Crew Cab, which is priced at $58,785.
Under the hood, every Titan truck is powered by a 390-horsepower 5.6-liter Endurance V8 gasoline engine, which comes mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission. Enhancements for 2019 include two new exterior paint colors (Midnight Pine Metallic and Moab Sunset Metallic), as well as the option of a premium Fender sound system. There is also a new 7.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, along with more USB ports. Nissan's Rear Door Alert system is now standard on all King Cab and Crew Cab Titan models.
At Kirkland Nissan, we are awaiting the arrival of 2019 models into our stock. To pre-book your test drive, contact our dealership in Seattle, Washington, so you can be one of the first to experience the all-new Titan!