What Did You Like About the 2013 Auto Show?

Leave a comment below to tell us what you thought was the highlight at the North American International Auto Show.

What did you like about the auto show?

That’s what we want to know as the North American International Auto Show enters its final weekend at Detroit’s Cobo Hall.

The auto show drew large crowds in the first weekend, according to the Detroit News. As always, there were lots of cool cars, from Jaguars to Corvettes.

Did you go to the North American International Auto Show this year? If so, what was the highlight?

Let us know by leaving a comment below (and if you took a photo, share it on Patch by clicking on the green “Upload Photos and Videos” icon).

John January 27, 2013 at 01:02 AM
There was a lot of things for the kids to do. Chevrolet had a button-making station, a Hot Wheels race track, and a cool station where you made your own animated movie. Ryba's Fudge from Mackinac Island was good, too!
Concerned Citizen January 27, 2013 at 05:00 AM
There really is a lot to do at the auto show! But I feel like they aren't taking advantage of something really obvious that will for sure attract the crowds: test drives and races!
Lauri Skowronek January 27, 2013 at 11:59 AM
We certainly are predjudiced with our daughter be a FIAT spokesmodel, however we were there on Friday and were able to see some of the TIgers up close and personal in the parade and the interviews! great show!
Diane Barski January 27, 2013 at 02:13 PM
Isn't it nice to see all the variety under one roof? I have never been disappointed in our North America International Auto Show downtown. And big Congrats to your daughter who landed such a great job. She must be amazing!


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