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
The accolades for Nissan’s fleet of vehicles keep rolling in! Now, it’s the Good Housekeeping Institute piping up alongside “Car and Driver” magazine. After testing 50 vehicles, the two selected a small range of their favorites within different categories. In the competitive subcompact crossover segment, the 2019 Nissan Kicks came out the victor!
Using industry protocols, the team of testers examined all the cars and ranked them on value, design, technology, handling, and safety. The Kicks performed beautifully across the board. The testing editors noted the following about the 2019 Nissan Kicks: "When it comes to the Kicks, it's all about value. You won't find a more solid car at this great of a price.”
All three models of the 2019 Kicks (S, SV, and SR) come with a 1.6-liter DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder engine with a Continuous Variable Valve Timing Control System (CVTCS). As a result, drivers can expect 122 horsepower and 114 lb-ft of torque as well as an average combined MPG of 33.
With hatchback convenience too often comes dull style. These boxy beasts are meant to squeeze into unforgiving parking spaces and offer five-door support. They’re not intended to thrill on the highway.
According to The Baton Rouge Advocate, the Nissan Kicks is no mere hatchback. It’s instead a dynamic highway option that will delight from any angle. It sits on 17-inch aluminum wheels, with all-season tires adding a sporty air. A dark chrome grille is centered between wide automatic headlamps, while fog lights draw attention to the sharp fenders. The power side-view mirrors are capped in a glossy black; and body-colored inserts (available in Gun Metallic, Aspen White, and ten other shades) bring a punch of drama to the bumpers. The doors are trimmed in silver; a spoiler frames the rear; and roof rails showcase the lean five-door shape, which measures 169-inches long, 69-inches wide, and 72-inches high.
To further impress, the 2018 Kicks SR also features LED tail-lights - which yield a bold burst of color at the rear and emphasize the narrow carbon-fiber paneling. Every line of this platform is dynamic.
Want to take a peek at Nissan’s latest hatchback? Visit our dealership today to schedule request further specs or schedule a test-drive!
First making its North American debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show in late November, the 2018 Kicks is ready to take Seattle and the world by storm in spring 2018. Nissan is prepping the compact vehicle to offer a sporty yet fun-loving look and a stellar performance that excels beyond what the outgoing Juke provided consumers.
Nissan aims to wow car buyers from the very moment they lay eyes on the 2018 Kicks. The exterior is a feast for the senses, offering an emotive design that’s intriguing and exciting. The floating roof is distinctive, while the “V-Motion” front grille is now pleasantly familiar to fans of the brand while still offering a certain aggressiveness. The sharp, boomerang headlights and tail lamps make generous use of LED technology for fantastic brightness. Additionally, the compact car can be had in five two-tone combinations for those really looking for some extra style.
The heart of the 2018 Kicks is its motor. The 1.6L four-cylinder is wonderfully spirited. It offers 125 HP and 115-lb.-ft. of torque. It’s also paired to a continuously variable transmission (CVT), which means any “shifting” is imperceptible—there are limitless effective gear ratios that provide for the smoothest ride you’re likely to ever experience.
We’ve spoken on the all-new 2018 Nissan Kicks’ myriad of interior technologies, but what about the exterior and the engine’s prowess? Let us ease your mind—the upcoming crossover is set to both look good and speed mightily along Seattle’s streets.
As Nissan says, the 2018 Kicks’ styling is a combo of “emotion and practicality.” The familiar, celebrated V-Motion grille makes anappearance on the front, of course, but there’s so much more. There are aggressive boomerang headlamps and taillights, with LED technology available. The distinctive floating roof is eye-catching, too, and a total of seven body colors with five two-tone combinations really give consumers options. As far as design goes, this vehicle is exceptionally forward thinking.
All Kicks models come with a 1.6L four-cylinder engine rated at 125 horses and 115-lb.-ft. of torque. This is set to be mated to a continuously variable Xtronic transmission that has a limitless number of effective gear ratios for an impressively smooth ride. And MPG is expected to be stellar at 33 MPG combined, which compares favorably to everything in Nissan's line, including the Pathfinder and Murano.
At the Los Angeles Auto Show yesterday, the 2018 Kicks made its North American debut. The automobile is the latest in Nissan’s award-winning crossover and SUV lineup and looks to add to that segment’s record sales.
Due to arrive at dealerships including Kirkland Nissan beginning in June 2018, the Kicks is an all-new crossover set to shake up the automotive world thanks in large part to its incredible in-cabin technology. There’s a 7-inch full-color dashboard display that is both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatible. Standard on all trims is a back-up camera, Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert. A grand total of seven airbags further ups the ante when it comes to safety. Also, upper-trim variants include the class-exclusive Bose Personal Plus sound system, which boasts dual 2.5-inch UltraNearfield neodymium speakers nestled within the driver’s headrest. Swanky!
The Kicks S, KicksSV, and Kicks SR models will bolster Nissan’s SUV lineup, acting as a gateway to the rest of the automaker’s similar offerings—the Rogue, Pathfinder, Armada, and Murano.