New York International Car Show at Javits Center, April 6-15

The New York International Car Show is at the Jacob Javits Center April 6-15, with a huge selection of the hottest cars and trucks in the world. The show was founded in 1900 and in 1987 its base became the Jacob Javits Center.

The City of New York is one of the United State’s major markets for new truck and car sales and their International Car Show has become one of the world’s most significant automobile events to date. In addition, it has broadened its range to include world class industry and trade events. During the show there are 100 unique events, award ceremonies, conferences, symposiums, industry forums and parties going on during the press preview week along with dozens of press conferences hosted by auto makers.
The New York International Car Show features practically every make and model automobile sold in the United States in one location, providing car lovers with a special opportunity to check out everything the automobile industry has to offer. From economical, low fuel cars to million dollar streamlined super cars, the show has something for everyone. There will be brand new 2012 and 2013 models and concept vehicles like the 2013 Honda Crosstour car. Smart travelers with book one of the cheap hotels near the Jacob Javits Center, making it easy to get back and forth to this special event.

Tickets for the New York International Car Show are $15 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under (under 2 years of age are free) plus tax. You can also purchase group tickets for 20 or more people, book a private tour, purchase early access and gala passes (check for pricing). Tickets can be purchased online, at the door or at the Javits Center’s credit card kiosk. offer deals and discounts on accommodation across thousands of properties including hotels, hostels and apartments in US and worldwide.

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