Seattle Car Show 2016 Review


Seattle Car Show 2016 was another spectacular event where you could see powerful and untypical cars. The show was held at CenturyLink Field Event Center in Seattle. It was a four-day event which started on 10th November. The event included supercars, compact cars, fuel saving models, electric vehicles, trucks, crossovers and so on and so forth. This event included around 50 autos to try during test drives. There was a huge variety of rare vehicles.

Seattle Auto Show 2016 Cars

To begin with, there were a lot of cars to test drive. Jeep presented their Grand Cherokee Trailhawk, Renegade Trailhawk, Cherokee Trailhawk and Wrangler Unlimited. It’s interesting that visitors could drive all of these models through obstacles with an experienced driver onboard.
Toyota showed up with such autos as RAV4 Hybrid, Highlander, Prius and never-to-be-forgotten Camry.

Chevrolet company came with a variety of cars. For example, you could drive Camaro 50th, Silverado, Colorado, Traverse, Malibu, Equinox, Volt, and Cruze.

Subaru didn’t stay aloof. There was such model as Crosstrek 2.0i. They have also presented their Forester 2.5i. You could see other vehicles as well. For example, Outback 2.5i and Outback 3.6R. Subaru didn’t forget about Legacy as well (2.5i and 3.6R in particular).

Honda was generous as well. You could see and test Accord Hybrid, Pilot 4WD, Fit 5-Door, Civic Sedan and Civic Coupe, Ridgeline Truck as well as -V Crossover and CR-V AWD.

Buick showed their 2017 Encore, Lacrosse SP, Envision SL and Envision 1SP.

GMC arrived with GMC: Acadia SLT, Acadia Denali, and 2017 Terrain.

Among other cars, there were also Chrysler Pacifica and Chrysler 300, Dodge Challenger, Dodge Charger and Dodge Durango, FIAT 500, FIAT 500X and FIAT 124 Spider, RAM 1500.

Ferrari and Maserati were responsible for the segment of exotic autos. There was no opportunity to test them but visitors could see every detail of their exterior and interior.
So, there were Ferrari 458 Speciale Aperta and California T Handling Speciale. The company has also shown their F12 Berlinetta. Another model to look at was 488 Spider.
Maserati could boast about such autos as Gran Turismo and Quattroporte. They’ve displayed Levante and Ghibli variants as well.

Seattle Auto Show 2016 didn’t forget about Veteran’s Day either. This is why there was some heavy artillery as well. So there was brutal military looking Stryker vehicle. It had a lot of neighbors such as 55 Chevy 210 Handyman and 55 Chevy Coupe. Another car to look at were 67 Chevy Nova and 69 Chevy Camaro. Chevy has showcased their 69 Chevy Camaro Dragster as well. There was some place for 34 Ford 5 Window Coupe and 67 Pontiac GTO.
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