2017 New England International Auto Show starts today

New England Auto Show
If you live within an hour’s drive of Boston you owe to yourself to come to the New England International Auto Show. It starts today and goes through January 16th. It’s the biggest show in New England and unlike other show it is actually represented by the automakers and not just local dealers.
If you remember the Boston auto show of many years ago, forget about it. New location, bigger floor, more of everything. It’s at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, 415 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210. Adult tickets are $15.00, children 6-12 are $6.00 and children under six are free.

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10 responses to “2017 New England International Auto Show starts today”

  1. JayP Avatar

    I bet they’ll have an ecosport.

  2. Mister Sterling Avatar
    Mister Sterling

    I am there Saturday. Finally going to sit in a Kia Niro (at least I hope to).

    1. Mister Sterling Avatar
      Mister Sterling

      And…..it was locked.

  3. Alcology Avatar

    Definitely worth it if you want to check out a car in person. Blind spots are well represented. Acura ZDX and Toyota FJ I’m looking at you.

  4. Fred Talmadge Avatar
    Fred Talmadge

    When was that picture taken? Or do they still sell Mercury’s up there?

    1. Mister Sterling Avatar
      Mister Sterling

      I think that’s from 2004

    2. Kamil K Avatar

      Pic is old…

  5. Sjalabais Avatar

    children under six are free
    My data says this is a seriously wrong statement.

    1. Vairship Avatar

      The children are free, but maintenance and servicing will kill you.Did you not buy the extended warranty and service plan available for three hundred easy payments?

      1. Sjalabais Avatar

        Nobody told me. Milkman just rang at the door and it all was so easy.