Auto Show in South Florida Opens On the 6th

By: Jennifer Dylan

So what can you find in South Florida? The beaches? The people? The sights? The sounds? The parties? The grand events?

One thing stands out among the rest. And that would be the love for cars and vehicles. Yes, you read that right. South Florida has now become a haven for car lovers and aficionados and they are soon trooping to the locality for a good round of car-candy.

Starting this 6th of October, one of the best auto shows in the United States would be opening. This auto show has been living for thirty six years already and is still running smoothly at present. It is the South Florida International Auto Show and this one is being presented to the public by Allstate.

Up until the 15th of October, anybody who is interested in knowing more about vehicles and auto parts like could rush and run to the auto show. Plus, people could also be able to gape and stare at the vehicles on display. Sure, they would also be able to be in awe of the BMW vehicles showcased in all their beauty.

This South Florida International Auto Show's chairperson is Chris Berian and he does say, "The auto industry always drums up excitement and the South Florida show is a favorite. It kicks off the traditional car buying season." He even further adds that the auto show would be having a grand amount of new models and debuting vehicles.

Some of the vehicles that you can find at the auto show include the new, fresh, and very economical 2007 Nissan Versa which has been created as a hatchback. There also is the Bentley Continental GTC convertible which its manufacturer has certainly created to be quite elegant. Other vehicles you can find include the BMW 3 series coupe, the Chevy Equinox which has been crafted by GM, the most recent version of the Jaguar XKR, and the Mercury Mariner which now boasts of new features and feats.

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