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Purchased a new F150
Peter Olson is a great sales rep! His friendly and professional character matches the picture.
He managed to find the exact truck I was looking for.
Gave me a descent trade in value for my 2013 f150.
Peter and Nicholas Terezakis (from finance) worked hard to get me this sweet ride.
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If you have an idea of what you want. Give Peter a call and he'll do his research to get you in it.
purchased a 2nd vehicle within 6 months
After dealing with Peter Olson for our purchase of a 2019 Ford Escape in November 2019 and Peter doing such a wonderful job for us, we decided to see him when we wanted to purchase a new F-150. He could not find anything that matched our exact wishes so we factory ordered a 2020 in February. The day finally arrived when the truck was delivered to Key West. We drove down from Vernon to finalize the purchase not knowing the factory had made the truck with an 8ft box! What a dissappointment! Peter and Sales Manager Michael Nokes did everything they could to find us another truck. A truck was found and was sold to us at the exact same price as our original quote. We traded in our 2014 and were given a very good trade-in value on it. Peter and Michael were an amazing team and we are very grateful everything worked out. We picked up the new vehicle and headed back to Vernon. The truck performed amazingly and we are over the top with the service we received from Peter Olson and Michael Nokes.
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We just drove to Key West Ford from out of town to buy a 2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid. We got an amazing deal and great service. A huge shout out to our saleman, Lino! Also a big thank you to the sales manager, Ivan, who agreed to the price that we wanted without any hidden fees or pressure. Thank you very much for a such great experience!
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Latest Nissan News For Seattle, Tacoma, And Bellevue Washington
High prices loom across the mid-size market - with every pick-up burdened with hefty MSRPs and meager discount options. Seattle drivers stumble from platform to platform, trying to find one that won’t shatter their budgets. Every search ends in failure, though, and their heads hang heavy as they shuffle home.
Nissan thinks it’s time to inject some affordability into the pick-up world - which is why it’s fused its 2018 Frontier fleet with the lowest prices in Seattle.
As Torque News explains, the 2018 Frontier (which includes the S, SV, Pro-4X, and Desert Runner trims) ranks as the market’s most affordable option. Boasting an average MSRP of $18,900, it proves far more budget-friendly than its rivals - with Chevrolet demanding $21,195 for the Colorado and Toyota requiring $25,200 for the Tacoma. How does it achieve such a reasonable number? The answer lies in its design.
According to Torque News, the Frontier is intended for everyday demands. Unlike its hulking off-road brethren, this platform yields a streamlined profile (206-inches long, 73-inches wide, 69-inches high) and a peppy FWD. It utilizes a responsive 2.5L four-cylinder engine to adapt to both residential and commercial needs, generating 152 HP and 171 lb.-ft of torque; while its five-speed manual transmission promises sterling control, allowing drivers to take advantage of the nimble 21.6 cu.-ft turn radius. This isn’t a traditional half-ton truck. It’s instead a compact alternative that strips away the costly steel and aluminum.
The 2018 Frontier provides drivers with up to 3,500-pounds of conventional towing - without demanding a high price. That makes it ideal for the budget-wary. To learn more about this platform contact our team today.
April has begun - but Nissan is still examining March, deciphering profit margins and sales figures. The month proved a boon for the brand, yielding record-breaking tallies across the crossover, sedan, and pick-up verticals.
Among the most impressive of those verticals was the 2018 Frontier - which, according to Nissan, generated a staggering 28% year-to-year increase. Approximately 9,000 total S, SV, SL, and PRO-4X models were sold in the United States last month (a sizable leap from 2017’s 6,973). This marks a milestone for the brand, proving the viability of the compact truck market and providing its Ford and Toyota competitors with much to consider. No longer do half-tons dominate every chart.
The Kirkland team must confess: we’re not surprised by the Frontier’s success. Throughout March we saw this truck roll off our lot again and again - with Seattle drivers thrilled by its potent power (up to 261 HP and 281 lb.-ft of torque) and convenient mid-size profile (219-inches long, 73-inches wide, 70-inches high). Its 73.2-inch bed length accommodates all payloads; while its smooth 4WD traverses every terrain with ease, utilizing both an active brake limited slip and an available electronic locking differential to stabilize the chassis.
The 2018 Frontier delivers everyday performance - making it a worthy alternative to the hulking F-Series and Tundra. To learn more about this platform contact us today!
Craving digital diversity? Nissan recommends its 2018 Frontier SV - which boasts a suite of custom infotainment features that are certain to impress.
No longer suffer through the same songs. Instead allow the new Frontier to inject such much-needed variety into your commute. The standard four-speaker audio system delivers crisp AM/FM sound, while an integrated radio data system maximizes signal strength (ensuring that you avoid that dreaded station static). SiriusXM satellite is available, offering access to endless channels; while MP3 links pairs with a single-CD player to provide custom content. Sync your smartphone to the axillary input jack, and download content to the five-inch color display via the USB port.
To further expand your entertainment options, the 2018 Frontier SV also boasts a wireless Bluetooth system - which provides streaming audio links and seamless connectivity. This allows drivers to quickly download, access, and control their playlists. Load files from your phone or the media console with the press of a button.
In need of a deeper base-line? Choose the available six-speaker package and flood the cabin with rock-and-roll rhythms.
With the release of the 2018 Frontier SV, Nissan enables drivers to define their content. To learn more about this pick-up visit our dealership today.
Mid-size styling once proved the bane of the pick-up market - forcing drivers to sacrifice performance for convenience, trading power for maneuverability. Less was never more.
Nissan has finally changed this - connecting Seattle drivers to its 2018 Frontier SV. This pick-up (despite proving more compact than its Ford and Toyota brethren) delivers exceptional capability, offering a V6 engine that will rev through every task with ease.
As Nissan explains, the 2018 SV is no ordinary mid-size platform. It’s instead a beast on the backroads. Beneath its hood rumbles a 4.0L DOHC 24-valve V6, which yields 261 HP and 281 lb.-ft of torque. An electronic drive-by-wire throttle anchors the chassis, ensuring seamless bursts of power; while a five-speed automatic transmission promotes deft gear responses by eliminating down-shift dragging. 4x2 and 4x4 drivetrains are available, allowing consumers to define their payload needs (haul up to 1,430 pounds); and a Dana 44 rear axle creates a stable ride, locking as needed to balance the suspension on harsh terrains.
To further bolster the mid-size market, the 2018 Frontier also offers segment-leading performance - with its Class IV hitch receiver accommodating up to 6,710 pounds. Compromise no more, Seattle.
Curious about the 2018 Frontier SV? Visit our dealership today to learn more about this Nissan pick-up - and don’t hesitate to schedule a test-drive in one of our current models.
Regret proves a common companion on the backroads - with every roll of your pick-up leaving you anxious. Its soft suspension wasn’t intended for Washington adventures. Instead it was meant for the suburbs, delivering a mild everyday performance.
Nissan believes you need something more - which is why it’s fused the 2018 Frontier with an all-terrain design.
According to JD Power, the new Frontier (available in S, SV, SL, and PRO-4X trims) adapts to every mile. A strut grille accommodates changing inclines, allowing for seamless approach angles; while stamped-steel fender flares protect the undercarriage from debris. Rear overhangs shield the side panels and all-season tires; the shortened front track (61.8-inches) promises easier maneuverability, negating the chance of a sudden bumper collision; and an available electronic rear differential promotes balance, engaging as needed to reduce friction and enhance suspension responses.
To further accommodate off-road adventures, the 2018 Frontier also features two class-leading cargo beds - measuring 5-ft. and 6.1-ft., respectively. These deliver up to 1,502 pounds of payload hauling, allowing drivers to take every ATV toy with them.
With the release of the 2018 Frontier Nissan provides drivers with the off-road performance they crave. To learn more about this pick-up contact our team today.
(Posted on Mar 9, 2018 at 06:00AM by Michelle Bogle)
If you spend your days being punished on the job site or overworked on a weekend project around the house, you need a comfortable truck to cradle your tired body after a day of back-breaking labor. Despite what society might deem as appropriate, you deserve cushy seating, stretch out room and refined interior details and materials. Allow the 2018 Nissan Frontier to indulge your need for comfort.
According to a recent press release, Nissan's half-ton truck delivers what drivers have been clamoring for - exceptional flexibility and utility with interior features that offer outstanding functionality and comfort.
With seating for five passengers across its two-row design, the Frontier is appointed with the choice of unique cloth seats or plush leather, depending on the trim level you choose. Adjustments are made easy with multi-way driver and passenger seats and integrated lumbar supports.
Higher level trims, like the PRO-4Xs and SLs, come equipped with upgraded leather-wrapped steering wheels and shift knobs, which feel nicer as they glide through tired hands. Power-adjustable heated side mirrors are also standard on certain grades, allowing drivers to make quick modifications on the fly without leaving the comfort of the cabin.
And when it comes to legroom, the 2018 Frontier welcomes long limb passengers with up to 42.4-inches in the front and 33.6-inches in the back. Struggles for stretch out space are a thing of the past with this truck.
Get comfortable behind the wheel of Nissan's all-new Frontier. To book your test drive, contact our dealership in Seattle, Washington.
A V8 mentality defines the half-ton world - with critics and drivers both convinced that this engine is essential for every payload. No half-ton truck can prove its worth without one, and all other powertrains should be shunned.
Nissan suggests broadening your torque horizons - because its 2018 Frontier Pro-4X boasts a V6 that will impress on every highway.
According to Nissan, the 2018 Pro-4X defies all V8 traditions. It features a 4.0L DOHC V6, which generates 261 HP and 281 lb.-ft of torque. Its micro-finished camshaft and Teflon-coated pistons deliver a durable design, adapting to every half-ton demand; while the lightweight aluminum block improves fuel efficiency (allowing the truck to achieve 15 MPGs in the city and 21 MPGs on the highway). A five-speed automatic transmission reduces the strain of downshifting, creating a more fluid ride; and a switch-operated transfer case system seamlessly transitions from 4x2 to 4x4 performance to accommodate changing terrains.
The 2018 Frontier’s V6 has been meticulously engineered - and Seattle drivers will reap the rewards of class-leading performance. This Nissan pick-up offers a maximum trailering capacity of 6,450 pounds; and its 60-inch bed provides 1,180 pounds of payload storage.
No V8 is needed.
Want to learn more about the 2018 Frontier PRO-4X? Contact our team today!
Efficiency often eludes pick-up fans - with their long-wheeled trucks demanding an excess of fuel, forcing them to constantly seek out stations. Massive engines devour each drop, and heavy payloads strain every resource. This is the way of things.
No more, says Nissan. With the release of the 2018 Frontier S, drivers can finally achieve the economy they crave. This King Cab platform yields best-in-class capability, making it the ideal option for Seattle off-roaders and commercial haulers.
As a recent press release explains, the 2018 S King Cab reinvents the half-ton market - connecting drivers to 19 MPGs in the city and 23 MPGs on the highway. How does Nissan accomplish this feat? It’s fused the Frontier with an advanced engine suite.
Open the hood and discover a 2.5L DOHC four-cylinder - which yields 152 HP and 171 lb.-ft of of torque. Unlike its hulking V8 contemporaries, this powerplant emphasizes efficiency, blending a direct ignition system with induction control. These technologies allow fuel to be distributed with greater care, with continuously variable intake valves optimizing every drop. An electronic drive-by-wire throttle eliminates gas-guzzling gear strains; while platinum-tipped spark plugs ensure immediate current connections (stalled circuits require extra resources). The entire chassis is primed to impress.
Want to test it out? Visit our dealership today to learn more about the 2018 Frontier S King Cab and its many economical features.
Winter often proves a disastrous month for the automotive world - sending drivers scurrying into their homes, keeping them from both the highways and the dealerships. The threat of snow undermines every sale.
In February, however, Nissan managed to defy the season - with its 2018 Frontier achieving strong year-to-year growth. This pick-up fleet (which includes the S, SV, SL, and PRO-4X) rose to the top of the charts in Seattle and beyond.
As a recent Nissan press release explains, the 2018 Frontier generated 7,992 units last month. When compared to 2017’s 4,736 units, this marks an improvement of 68.8% - an impressive feat in the middle of a dreary winter. Combined with the brand’s other top-sellers (the Rogue, Titan, and Murano), this pick-up helped to deliver a record-breaking February.
The Kirkland team knows why. With the release of the 2018 Frontier, Nissan has provided drivers with staggering payload performance. This fleet - which is anchored by a 4.0L 24-valve V6, revving to 261 HP and 281 lb.-ft of torque - can achieve up to 6,640 pounds of conventional towing. This marks it as ideal for both commercial and all-terrain needs, with its massive bed (between 60 inches to 73.2 inches) accommodating any haul. Rely on this six-speed beast on every adventure.
The 2018 Frontier is a top-seller at the Kirkland lot. To schedule a test-drive in one of our current models (or to request further specs) contact us today.
With the release of the 2018 Frontier SL, Nissan seeks to elevate the pick-up experience. No longer will drivers be forced to endure harsh vinyls and flat-cushioned seats. Instead they’ll be able to indulge in each mile, with comfort emphasized and convenience delivered.
As a recent press release explains, the 2018 Frontier SL proves a welcome addition to the half-ton market. Slip into its expansive five-passenger configuration and discover plush leather seating. The front cushions feature multi-level heating systems, while all positions benefit from 4-way power adjusters and integrated lumbar support. Both the steering wheel and shift knob boast custom stitching, while dual-zone automatic climate controls ensure optimum comfort (raise or lower temperatures for each passenger with the turn of a dial). A power-sliding moonroof delivers access to one-touch tilting technology and UV-reducing tinted glass.
To ensure further ease, the 2018 SL also features tubular step rails - allowing individuals to easily scale its massive frame (219-inches in length, 73-inches in width, 70-inches in height). Their heavy-gauge steel materials and exclusive powder-coatings ensure long-lasting support.
The 2018 Frontier SL allows drivers to enjoy their travels - embracing comfort with every V6 rev. To learn more about this and other Nissan trucks contact our team today.