Once again I made my way to the Jacob Javits Center in New York City to attend the New York International Auto Show. I have been going to this show since I was a teenager. The show is open from April 19th – 28th. Tickets are $17 for adults and $7 for kids 12 and under. If you plan to go or just can’t make it here is a peak at the cool cars I got to see prior to it opening.
Again it didn’t seem like there were as many cars as in past years. I did find some really nice ones that I liked. Some had some great features as well like hidden areas behind the radio, like inside the Chevy Traverse. Others will have you wanting to live in the lap of luxury. I found the Silverado particularly appealing. I saw some people turn up to the show in dropped versions of the pickup which looked very striking. One of them was actually up for sale, not a bad location to drum up some interest I guess! They might have better luck on the internet though where there are numerous listings of bagged silverado for sale; sites like Autozin might be worth a try for those looking to buy or sell.
There were also some sleek looking concept cars. I even saw the debut of the Karlsmann King. It is the worlds most expensive SUV coming in at a whopping $2 million dollars. Jeep Wrangler also has their course outside once again, so take a test ride while you are there!
Per usual they have a ton of trucks, SUVs, and jeeps for all those who love the great outdoors. More and more reason to get out and explore. Another amazing thing I saw was a truck by Chevy made completely out of Legos!
These are just a few of so many amazing cars at the show. If you want to see even more just check out my video below.
Which car would you choose?