Highly recommend Peter Olsen for sales. Super helpful and very authentic. Definitely one of my best experiences thus far.
Thank You, Peter!
very good service
I bought the truck by phone after finding it on line. Everyone there was very helpful once I got there. Robert Klaus is excellent and does great follow up to answer any questions.
Key West purchase
The sales staff were not pushy,when a decision was made everything went quickly , and they were helpful in getting me back to the dealership to pick up the truck
Sasha was very helpful from the start. He went above and beyond our expectations. Purchasing our car was an overall pleasant experience. I highly recommend him.
Jordan and Dana
Sasha went well above and beyond the norm
On several occasions Sasha Ruban took part of his time off and devoted it to helping us in every way possible to ensure we ere happy with our purchase of a used vehicle. I will recommend him to anyone looking for a new or used car. Thanks again for your help Sasha
sasha is very knowledgeable prfessional and courteous
I was very surprised to see how quick i was approved for financing and how cheap the paymetns are. The staff sre very uofront and straight forward with you they are very understing of eceryones individual situation
Best in the biz!
Sasha Ruban will provide the best car buying experience you could ever fathom. He is well experienced and extremely passionate about what he does! Am going back to Sasha for the future!
Pretty Good So Far
I purchased a 2017 Taurus SHO on Oct 20. Whole transaction from test drive to driving off the lot with my new car, was relatively painless. Only issue was a missing owners manual, which they said they would find and mail to me. A few days later, I received a call from Michael Nokes (an excellent sales mgr), stating that they could not find it and ordered a new one for me. Awesome. A month later, I finally had enough of the waiting and called them again wondering why I hadn't received it. "Oh... it just came in". Riiiiight... LOL. Regardless, I am happy. The only other issue I have is that, I was told my car came with Ford Pass. It does not. The Fusion Sport I was also interested in, did. So a little (a lot) disappointed about that, but I think the salesman was new and didn't know all the features that the different models have. The Taurus (even my SHO), does NOT come with Ford Pass. Sigh.
My only other complaint is with the financing. I read on their website of rates at 4 or so percent. I was given a rate of almost 7 %. As a federal employee with 30 years service in law enforcement and nearly no mortgage, and NO other debt, I expected better. A call and email to Michelle inquiring about this, garnered no response, so I took it upon myself to call Coast Capital Savings and today signed a contract for 4.25% .......much better!
Car has so far performed excellent. As for service, too soon to tell. I have not reached the mileage required for an oil change etc.
Overall, I am happy with Key West and would recommend them to others.
Painless car purchase
Jeff Upton and the team at Key West Ford Sales were great to deal with. They were super helpful and responsive to all questions, and went the distance to make a deal. There was no pressure at any point along the way. I have bought cars before and often came away feeling somehow fleeced....NOT the case here.
There’s something special about the 2017 Nissan Titan—and it’s actually not at all a secret. Simply put, the truck excels thanks to unbelievable engineering that results in stunning performance. As Consumer Reports muses, the pickup is a “powerful, roomy alternative to the segment sales leaders.”
You’ve got a familiar seven-speed automatic transmission to work with on the 2017 Nissan Titan and it’s tremendously easy to operate. However, there’s much more to write home about. The steering column contains the shifter for quick on-the-fly adjustments, with 4Hi and 4Lo settings featured. Skid plates are included on the undercarriage for shielding, while mono-tube shocks provide exceptional balance through turns.
And, of course, commendations have to be rained down upon the tremendous engine available on the 2017 Nissan Titan. It’s a burly 5.6L V8 motor that produces 390 HP and 394-lb.-ft of torque. You’ll be flying up and down the roads of Seattle, Renton, and Bellevue, and yet you’ll still get an average of 21 MPG on the highway.
“This, my friends, is a truck.” That’s AutoWeek espousing the virtues of the 2017 Nissan Titan in their website overview. It’s not difficult to understand why they’re so enamored—this pickup is a wonderful performer in its class. Between the brakes, the suspension, and the engine, you’ll find yourself asking the same thing they did: “What more do I need?”
AutoWeek describes the 2017 Nissan Titan as having brakes with a “nice, mechanical” feel with sensational stopping power. The tall 18-inch tires on this beast can handle any pothole or curb, while the suspension is pleasantly bouncy in the manner you’d expect from a traditional truck. Of course, all-wheel drive is here, ensuring you can handle the backroads as well as you can the highway.
This Titan also benefits from the power of a supercharged 5.6L V8 engine. It doesn’t come close to falling short on performance—there are 390 horses and 394-lb.-ft of torque to pull from. And although it can haul tail down the road with no issue, you’ll still get a very reasonable EPA-estimated average MPG of 21 highway.
Seattle, if you’ve been looking for a new ride that’s got a certain presence that your current car lacks, might we suggest the 2018 Nissan TitanMidnight Edition? It’s a wonderful selection that will leave those in your neighborhood gawking and jealous due to its immense styling and power.
Part of having a presence is possessing the confidence to know you can get the job done. And the 2018 Titan Midnight Edition offers certainty in that regard thanks to its tremendous performance. The standard Cummins® 5.0-liter V8 turbo diesel engine serves up 555-lb.-ft of torque and 310 horses. And as a function of the unique, separate tow and haul modes, you have the capability to pull up to 12,640 lbs.
Now for the other part of the equation—the Titan’s style. It wows with shadowy 20-inch aluminum wheels that carry a distinct ferocity. Moreover, the step rails, door handles, and side mirrors are blacked out. Both the bumpers, fog light finisher, and front grille are stealthy, and even the interior is darkened to mesh with the midnight theme. This is a pickup that’s a jaw-dropper.
Seattle, don’t settle for less. There are many pretenders out there but there’s only one TITAN. Nissan’s truck is a force to be reckoned with and one of the finest designed automobiles around. The 2018 Platinum Reserve, specifically, goes above and beyond to provide sleek styling and functionality.
Dark chrome detailing makes up much of the exterior of the TITAN, giving it sensational presence. The front grille prominently features the Platinum Reserve moniker, while the hexagonal-styled lines are sharply geometric and thus project strength. Exterior color choices include sublime-looking Deep Blue Pearl, Brilliant Silver, and Magnetic Black. But there’s more. Wide fenders and a chrome tailpipe and cargo bed appear sensational. Also, five-spoke 20-inch wheels gleam in the sun.
It’s more than purely stylistic flourishes, however. The smoky side mirrors are powered, giving you quick electronic control to swiftly reposition them to mitigate blind spots and improve safety. And Nissan’s dual lockable in-bed "TITAN Box" system gives operators a versatile, watertight storage setup that can be reached without necessitating the removal of a camper top or tonneau cover.
No matter the model year, the TITAN is an amazing vehicle. But the 2017 SV model is particularly worthy of your consideration if you’re searching for a new truck for your garage. It excels thanks to an amazing engine and sophisticated interior features.
This pickup can haul it down the road, literally and figuratively! The 5.6L Endurance V8 motor roars with the power of 390 HP and 394-lb.-ft of torque. Combined with the four-wheel drive capability and class-exclusive tow-haul system, you can pull up to 9,740 pounds. That’s no joke! And mileage is still at a pleasant average of 21 MPG on the highway.
There are some spectacular features throughout the TITAN, as well. On the exterior, there are shiny 18-inch painted aluminum wheels. The side mirrors are heated, so there should be no worry over the accumulation of snow, ice, and sleet. And on the inside, the SiriusXM AM/FM/Satellite, the seek-scan unit keeps you entertained without dealing with the constraints of terrestrial radio.
Each 2018 TITAN comes with a 5.6-liter Endurance® V8 motor. It cranks out an incredible 390 HP @ 5,800 rpm and 394-lb.-ft. of torque. Moreover, it leverages VVEL technology. This controls variable valve timing and lift on the intake side in order to realize remarkable performance. Throttle response is further improved via direct manipulation of the intake as opposed to the conventional method of tweaking it via a valve.
Also on tap is Direct Injection Gas (DIG™) technology. This operates to decrease engine knock and enhance system command, thereby boosting throttle performance and increasing fuel economy (21 average MPG on the highway). Plus, a Multi Control Valve (MCV) excels beyond traditional thermostats in managing the Endurance V8 motor’s thermal efficiency. There’s a lot at work here!
The TITAN is one-of-a-kind in many ways. And today, we wanted to take a close examination of how Nissan has designed the exterior of the 2018 truck to deliver the kind of sensational performance and utility you’ve come to expect from the automaker.
Nissan Design America crafted the exterior of the TITAN Crew, King and Single Cab models at their La Jolla, Calif. base. Each has a bed size of a standard 5.5-feet, 6.5-feet, and 8.0-feet, respectively. Numerous available features exist, including 110-volt power access, LED rail lighting, and a spray-on liner.
However, the real focus for this model year was improved aerodynamics. The exterior incorporates rear tire wind deflectors, underbody covers, and a tow hook hole cover. But that’s not all. Spoilers on the front, roof, and along the tailgate further aid in decreasing drag and enabling the TITAN to achieve an average highway MPG of 21.
Another note on drag—the pickup features an Active Shutter to help mitigate it. It works by closing the grille’s opening behind the radiator whenever copious airflow is unnecessary. It makes such a determination based on traveling speed, air conditioning pressure, and coolant temperature. Nifty!
Seattle, if you’re ready to get stuff done, the 2018 Nissan Titan Platinum Reserve is here to help you achieve that. It’s a truck with an incredible suite of bed features that will change the way you accomplish your work.
As Nissan indicates in their 2008 TITAN Overview, the pickup is outfitted with the Utili-track® Bed Channel System. This is a setup supplying a total of four heavy-duty aluminum alloy cleats. Each can be moved and locked at any point along the walls, or on the floor and/or header tracks. Tie-down possibilities are many!
There’s also the dual lockable in-bed "TITAN Box" system. It’s available exclusively on the Crew Cab Platinum Reserve model. It differs from conventional storage boxes in that each can be accessed without requiring the removal of a tonneau cover or camper top. In addition, they are watertight and can thus be used as a cooler for your picnics, etc.
The TITAN offers other sensational utility, as well. There is LED bedrail lighting, cargo and tailgate lamps, a spray-on liner, and 110-volt access directly from the rear. All work in tandem to help ensure you’re productive.
The Nissan Titan is a tremendous truck. Consumers have long known they can count on it for stellar power and performance. But with the 2018 Midnight Edition, buyers can now enjoy serious style, too.
Nissan’s latest pickup is a feast for the eyes. Available on both the Crew Cab SL and SV variants of the 4x2 and 4x4 models, the Midnight Edition is sleek and stealthy. The headlamps, fog light finisher, side mirrors, door handles, and front and rear bumpers are all blacked out. Likewise, the grille, step rails, and the 20-inch wheels are shadowy and aggressive. Further, the interior trim is done in an attractive charcoal shade that completes the aesthetic.
Of course, as we mentioned, it’s not all style—the 2018 Titan Midnight Edition still has tons of substance. A Cummins® 5.0-liter V8 turbo diesel motor produces 555-lb.-ft of torque and 310 horses. Owners also benefit from the familiar ease of operation of a six-speed automatic transmission, as well as the immense utility of a towing capacity of up to 12,640 lbs.
Wow—the Nissan Titan has received some serious plaudits. The 2017 model year fares particularly well in this regard, nabbing a host of awards from a generous number of respected publications and bodies.
Nissan was quick to tout the many awards the 2017 Titan racked up over the previous months—and rightfully so. The pickup, which includes S, SL, SV, Pro-4X, and Platinum Reserve variants, received the following:
Best Pick-Up Truck (MotorWeek)
Extreme Off-Road Champion (The Active Lifestyle Vehicle Awards)
Full-Size Truck Of The Year (The Texas Auto Writers Association)
2017 Pick-Up Of The Year (Truck Trend)
Commercial Vehicle Of The Year (The Texas Auto Writers Association)
The reason for all the honors comes largely down to the Titan’s sterling performance. Its 5.6L Endurance V8 engine produces a wild 390 horses. Its class-exclusive tow/haul system enables trailering of as much as 9,740 pounds. Four-wheel drive makes the backroads of Seattle, Renton, and Bellevue seem somehow tame. And mileage is solid at up to 21 MPG on the highway.