Overall very good purchase experience. The dealership...
Overall very good purchase experience. The dealership does everything to ensure a safe (COVID) and comfortable experience. Thank you Allen for working very hard to get my deal done.
Alan was very helpful and courteous. He was very covid...
Alan was very helpful and courteous. He was very covid concious and made sure we were comfortable in every part of the experienced. He helped us feel like we were getting the best deal possible. This was our 3rd dealership while hunting for the right vehicle and Alan did not disappoint! The dealership itself is beautiful and everyone we talked to from Financing to insurance was super friendly and helpful! Overall amazing experience!
Good buying experience
Just bought a new truck from this dealership. It was positive experience all around. Peter, Michelle and Michael were all just great to deal with. I even got introduced to the owner of dealership , which made me feel valued as a client. The rest of the staff was friendly and accommodating. Made the whole experience comfortable and I truly appreciated that. My family buys many ford and from now on this will be one of the dealerships I shop at.
Got a used car here and service was great! A bit pushy...
Got a used car here and service was great! A bit pushy for quick sale but in an acceptable form. Summit was very friendly, and reasonnable to get a better deal than posted.
It was a pleasure working with Jag on the recent purchase...
It was a pleasure working with Jag on the recent purchase of a previously owned car for our daughter. Jag has a calm and professional sales approach that conveys a high degree of honesty and integrity. I would definitely recommend Jag at Key West Ford to anyone looking to purchase a vehicle. Nick in finance was also a pleasure to deal with, his organized, friendly and personable approach made the paperwork quick and easy and was very much appreciated!
Both Jag and Nick are extremely friendly and made the...
Both Jag and Nick are extremely friendly and made the process of purchasing my car fast, easy and stress free! Key West Ford has great hospitality towards their customers and aren’t pushy in any sense. Thanks again!!
Arash is a great dealer
Arash gives you good advice and never push you to buy what is inappropriate car for you. Moreover this dealership has a huge inventory with a wide range of used and brand new cars.
Friendly and helpful
All of the staff from the salespeople to the store manager to the finance guy were friendly, helpful and down to earth. My husband and I ended up purchasing a Ranger the same day we did a test drive and we are extremely happy with it. Our salesman Peter Olson was knowledgeable, friendly and very helpful. The whole experience was wonderful.
Good service, ivan and jag, both provided an excellent...
Good service, ivan and jag, both provided an excellent level of service, were personable and made the experience very good. Thankyou, will recommend them in the future
Latest Nissan News For Seattle, Tacoma, And Bellevue Washington
(Posted on Feb 17, 2019 at 08:42AM by Michelle Bogle)
Nissan has done it again with the 2020 Rogue Sport! Officially available later this fall, this redesigned platform looks slicker than ever, but complements its handsome appearance with even more technology to keep drivers safer and better-equipped to handle Seattle’s busy roads.
Currently, Nissan Safety Shield 360 is only offered on 2019 Rogue Sport SV and SL grades, however, that will all change come 2020 with it being standard equipment from the base level. This suite of protective features includes Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection and Rear Automatic Braking to help avoid collisions, as well as Lane Departure Warning and radar-based Blind Spot Warning for inspired confidence while driving. Rear Cross Traffic Alert and High Beam Assist are standard as well.
Parents of young kids and pets will also appreciate the Rogue Sport’s innovative Rear Door Alert system, which uses a series of honks to remind drivers to check the back seat for passengers before leaving the vehicle. ProPilot Assist is also being made available on the 2020 model, providing single-lane hands-on driving assistance to reduce driver workload under certain conditions. All this complements the Rogue Sport’s well-matched powertrain, which boasts a 141-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with Xtronic transmission in either front- or all-wheel drive.
For more details about the 2020 Rogue Sport, contact our team at Kirkland Nissan in near Des Moines, Washington.
(Posted on Feb 17, 2019 at 08:38AM by Michelle Bogle)
At the 2019 Chicago Auto Show, Nissan pulled the cover off the 2020 Rogue Sport and wowed the crowd with the small crossover’s refreshed design. It’s now more handsome and cohesive looking than ever before with models expecting to hit dealership lots later this fall.
Starting with the front-end of the Rogue Sport, the vehicle wears a fresh new appearance with a revised hood design and a V-motion grille to help set the crossover apart from its bigger sibling, the Nissan Rogue. Around back, the bumper has been modified and is complemented by redesigned rear tail lamps that matches the more dynamic look of the front end with its aggressive lighting treatment and LED signature daytime running lights. Two new colors have been added to the line-up too (Nitro Lime Metallic and Monarch Orange Metallic) as well as a new 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheel design.
Aside from its styling, the 2020 Rogue Sport also offers more standard and optional equipment, like available ProPILOT Assist, Nissan Safety Shield 360 technology, an updated audio system with standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as an available Bose Audio System with nine speakers. The powerplant continues to be a 141-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with an Xtronic transmission in either front-wheel or Intelligent All-Wheel Drive configurations.
To learn more about the forthcoming Rogue Sport, contact Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, for a preliminary spec review.
Bold style has come to Seattle - with Nissan unveiling its 2019 Rogue Sport SL. This crossover sheds all design conventions, instead emphasizing sleek lines and sharp angles. Prepare for a runway-worthy look with every mile.
According to The News Wheel, the 2019 Sport SL proves ready to dazzle. It rests on 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, which pair all-season tires with five-spoke shapes. Fluid characters lines sweep across the hood, while LED lighting cuts sharp angles along the fenders. Hexagonal inserts anchor the grille, with a chrome emblem centered perfectly between the black mesh; and recessed fog lamps boast metallic surrounds. Dark trim traces the frame, and the body-colored mirrors and door handles blend seamlessly into the design (emphasizing the sporty silhouette). These details are then complemented by Nissan’s striking palette, with seven exterior shades now available (including the new Scarlet Ember and the signature Caspian Blue).
To further impress, this Rogue platform boasts an available power panoramic sunroof - affording drivers sleek glass accents and one-touch ease. Fill the leather-lined interior with natural light.
The 2019 Rogue Sport promises dynamic lines in Seattle. To learn more about this crossover - or to request a sneak-peek at its chic fascia - contact our team today.
(Posted on Dec 7, 2018 at 09:40AM by Michelle Bogle)
If you are in the market for a new subcompact crossover, look no further than to the 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport. This best-selling platform was just awarded a Consumer Guide Best Buy Award for the second year in a row!
According to Consumer Guide’s review, the Rogue Sport takes all the winning traits of its Rogue counterpart and condenses them down into a nicely executed subcompact SUV. The Rogue was also a chart-topper for the 2019 awards, winning the Compact Crossover/SUV Class for the fifth consecutive year, proving that these siblings certainly come from a solid pedigree.
For 2019, the Rogue Sport will be made available in three trims (S, SV and SL) with a choice of front-wheel or all-wheel drive. Under the hood, balanced and dynamic performance is generated from the 2.0-liter engine for a ride quality that’s nimble and efficient with good cornering and maneuverability.
Since its release three years ago, the Rogue Sport has grown in popularity with urban dwellers who regularly spend their time commuting or driving through congested downtown areas. The vehicle has a 2.3-inch shorter wheelbase and a 12.1-inch shorter overall length than the larger Rogue, providing more agility in city traffic and an ideal size for tight parking spaces. The 61.1 cubic feet of total cargo space, innovative Divide-N-Hide Cargo System and Intelligent Around View Monitor are much-loved features as well.
Models of the 2019 Rogue Sport are expected to hit our inventory very soon. To pre-book your test drive in this winning platform, contact our team at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, today.
(Posted on Nov 30, 2018 at 12:09PM by Michelle Bogle)
Get ready, Seattle – the 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport is about to arrive and it’s offering some new standard equipment to its line-up, as well as a nice price.
Starting at $22,240, models of the 2019 Rogue Sport now feature a new audio system that’s Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatible, allowing you to access your favorite tunes, apps, contacts and more from the comfort of the driver’s seat. Nissan's innovative Rear Door Alert system is standard on all grade levels as well, plus one new exterior color, Scarlet Ember Tintcoat, has been added to the line-up.
All trims of the Rogue Sport (S, SV and SL) run on a 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine mated to a continuously variable transmission that makes 141 horsepower. Front-wheel drive is standard, but all-wheel is available as well.
As you work up the grade levels, the Rogue Sport’s options expand, offering even more comfort and convenience features. New optional equipment for the crossover includes Nissan's ProPilot Assist (optional on SV, standard on SL), which is a single-lane “hands-on” assistance technology that eases driver workload by reducing the amount of acceleration, steering and braking input during single-lane highway driving. An upgraded Bose audio system with nine speakers is also offered.
Full details regarding the pricing for the 2019 Rogue Sport can be viewed here. To learn more about this forthcoming model and its specs, contact our team at Kirkland Nissan for details.
The terrain offers no relief. With each mile it tests your patience - rising up with high hills before plummeting back to shaky valleys. You feel every pitch of the pavement… and so does your car. Its front-wheel-drive heaves and huffs, overwhelmed by this geographic assault; and there’s a sudden fear that it will simply clatter to a halt.
Nissan thinks it’s time for an all-wheel upgrade.
According to Business2Community, the 2018 Rogue Sport delivers all-wheel capability to Kirkland. Unlike its competitors - including the Toyota CH-R - this compact crossover is ready for every adventure, boasting a custom-tuned drivetrain that will delight. The standard setting sends power to all four wheels, maintaining even traction to allow for smooth handling and control. As your speed accelerates, however, the system automatically channels energy to the front (promoting more efficient responses and stabilizing the performance-band). This transfer-case setting is maintained with precision.
Integrated sensors monitor vehicle pitch and trajectory, performing assessments at 30x times the speed of your own abilities; and, should a sudden issue arise (such as a sharp curve or slick pavement), these options will automatically divert power back to the rear, engaging the differential and enhancing balance. All torque ratios will be adjusted to accommodate the change in terrain, and the 2019 Rogue Sport will be able to maneuver through every condition with ease. Confidence is guaranteed.
The promise of custom AWD performance elevates this crossover above the competition. To learn more about it contact our team today!
(Posted on Aug 19, 2018 at 06:08AM by Michelle Bogle)
According to Torque News, Millennials now make up the fastest-growing segment among vehicle buyers with an anticipated 40 percent stake in the U.S. new vehicle market come 2020. This generation of shoppers are tech-savvy and open-minded, willing to try new experiences and think differently about the future.
Nissan has figured out how to tap into this effervescent generation by engineering a compact SUV designed with the needs of Millennials in mind. The 2018 Rogue Sport is not only techno-rich, but it boasts a slightly smaller body and sportier dynamics that appeal to younger, urban drivers.
The Rogue Sport gets its fun-to-drive performance credentials from the 141-horsepower 2.0-liter DOHC 16-valve inline four-cylinder engine under the hood. It comes mated to an Xtronic transmission with eco mode and a four-wheel independent suspension. Fuel economy rings in at 28 mpg combined, when equipped with front-wheel drive.
Standard across all trim levels is Auto Emergency Braking, Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, which were recently added to all 2018.5 models. With this trifecta of high-tech safety features designed to reduce traffic fatalities, drivers are better equipped to handle all types of traffic conditions, whether tackling stop-and-go congestion or tight city parking garages.
The 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport is currently available for test drives at our dealership in Seattle, Washington. To see if this small SUV is well-suited for you, contact Kirkland Nissan to schedule your appointment today.
It’s a baffling collection of sharp turns and sudden angles - with your eyes jumping between obstacles, trying to decipher the concrete maze. This downtown adventure has left you overwhelmed, and you wonder how you’re meant to find a parking space.
Nissan suggests utilizing its Around View system - as provided in the 2018 Rogue Sport.
As St. Louis Today explains, the new Rogue Sport delivers more than all-terrain value. Instead its Around View monitor enables drivers to navigate suburban streets and city lanes with equal ease - delivering 360-degrees of protection. Activate the console by shifting into reverse. Immediately the four body-mounted cameras will engage, yielding a bird’s-eye perspective of the surrounding environment; while the eight-inch touchscreen will stream high-definition video. Gridlines will then appear, each boasting a unique color to warn operators of potential concerns:
Dual Green Lines - an approaching object in approximately 10 feet from the car.
Single Green Line - an approaching object is approximately 7 feet from the car.
Single Yellow Line - an approaching object is approximately 3 feet from the car.
Single Red Line - an approaching object is approximately 1.5 feet from the car.
These intuitive route markers allow drivers to effectively gauge distance, while integrated Moving Object Detection software further bolsters the reversal process - releasing audio and visual warnings if an obstacle is found via radar scan. This suite of class-leading technologies ensures a seamless downtown experience.
Want to learn more about the Around View monitor and how it impacts the 2018 Rogue Sport? Contact our team today!
(Posted on Jul 12, 2018 at 07:11AM by Michelle Bogle)
If you are in the market for a subcompact SUV offering a more affordable price tag, a smaller frame and a noticeably sportier look, consider taking a 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport for a whirl. It was recently ranked on the US News & World Report’s top ten list of best-rated subcompact SUVs, making it an ideal choice for urban drivers.
The 2018 Rogue Sport is available in front-wheel drive or Intelligent All-Wheel Drive in three well-specked trims (S, SV and SL). It gets its power from the 2.0-liter DOHC 16-valve inline four-cylinder engine, which produces 141 horsepower.
For greater customization, you can select eco-mode for enhanced fuel savings, while the four-wheel independent suspension and Xtronic transmission creates a nice on-road experience. The Rogue Sport’s compact design is also ideal for urban travellers as it is easy to maneuver and a dream to park, even in tight garages or curbside spots.
On the exterior, the Rogue Sport looks sleek and stylish with its strong stance, chrome grille, 16-inch wheels and halogen headlamps. Roof rails are standard for added versatility, while a spoiler adds a nice flare to the back end, which is also complemented by boomerang LED taillights.
With a base price starting at just over $22,000, you really can’t go wrong with the 2018 Rogue Sport. To learn more about this best-seller, contact our team at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, for a test drive.
While its name conjures images of backroad escapades - revving across unsteady terrains, exploring miles long since forgotten - the 2018 Rogue Sport proves more than a mere all-wheel powerhouse. Instead this Nissan SUV emphasizes comfort, delivering a cabin that’s carefully tailored for every family need.
According to the Toledo Blade, the new Rogue Sport promises a superior off-road experience. Slip into its expansive five-passenger cabin (42.8-inches of legroom in the front and 33.4-inches in the rear, respectively) and discover premier comfort. Cloth seating boasts six-way manual adjusters to ensure custom spinal alignments, while single-zone climate controls offer an advanced micro-filter to enhance air quality. A tilting/telescoping steering wheel enables drivers to achieve seamless positioning; ample storage options (including an overhead mounted bin and a center console) accommodate everyday items with ease; and there are eight total beverage holders placed strategically throughout the interior to provide convenience.
Comfort extends beyond cloth textures, however. The 2018 Rogue Sport also adapts to all digital needs - with passengers able to take advantage of MP3 playbacks, USB ports, and auxiliary audio input jacks. Customize content (and maintain that fragile backseat peace between your children) with ease.
Want to experience the value of the new Rogue Sport? Visit our dealership today to schedule a test-drive.