This year’s New York International Auto Show was a strong end to an action-packed season that started last November in Los Angeles with stops in Detroit in January and Chicago a month later.
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Those shows all had significant introductions, but in New York it seemed like we had a little bit of everything. Traditionally, New York is big on luxury and it didn’t disappoint with new SUVs from Lexus and Mercedes-Benz, but the masses got cars from Chevrolet and Kia, too. There was even a concept or two we weren’t expecting.
Cars.com editors Aaron Bragman, Joe Bruzek, Mike Hanley and David Thomas once again hit the floor to see how the big debuts really measured up to scrutiny, not just the bluster of a big reveal in the Big Apple.