Still time to catch an auto show
In Chicago, for example, Toyota will present special-edition versions of its popular Camry and Corolla models, and reveal the 2016 Avalon, the Detroit Free Press reports.
The 2015 Chicago Auto Show, which is the nation’s largest and longest-running auto show, is set to run Feb. 14 through Feb. 22 at McCormick Place.
The other large show remaining on the schedule is the New York International Auto Show, which runs April 3-12 at the Jacob Javits Center. A number of debuts are scheduled for this show, Autoweek reports, including the 2016 Nissan Maxima and the Cadillac CT6 sedan.
Other notable regional shows on the calendar include:
Pittsburgh International Auto Show, Feb. 13-16, David Lawrence Convention Center
Greater Milwaukee Auto Show, Feb. 21-March 1, Wisconsin Center
Twin Cities Auto Show, March 7-15, Minneapolis Convention Center.
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