2016 Los Angeles Auto Show: Everything You Need to Know

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There was plenty to see at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show and we covered as much as we could on the pickup truck side of the world. The big show news was the debut of the long-awaited 2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2, especially since the concept vehicle debuted at L.A.'s 2014 show.

For those who might want to see all the new cars, crossovers and SUVs on display at the show, which runs through Nov. 27, we've included links to that coverage on parent site Cars.com.

We produced several videos, photo galleries and posts about everything that was new or interesting regarding pickup trucks at the show. Check them out at the links below.

On PickupTrucks.com

On Cars.com

Cars.com photo by Evan Sears

 

Comments

Looks like the foreign vehicles reign supreme.

I hate this I open the article to see the pictures of the trucks but then I have to open up all these other links. Very fractured website that way

Love Autoshow season.

For those with open minds an auto show is a very easy way to see, touch, and sit in nearly every make and model under one roof. Since my daily driver may need to be replaced this year I will go and be able to without being bothered by a sales person who will want my phone number and email look at every car in the class I am considering by every manufacturer in just a couple of hours while also drooling over stuff ill never have our the outrageous stuff present.

Its a great way to narrow your choices down to the 2 or 3 you need to visit a dealership to drive to ultimately make up ones mind.




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