Philadelphia Auto Show
The Philadelphia Auto Show gives the following descriptive information:
Q: What are the dates of the 2016 Show?
A: The 2016 Philadelphia Auto Show will be held Saturday, January 30 – Sunday, February 7.
Q: In what year did the Philadelphia International Auto Show begin?
A: The Philadelphia International Auto Show began in 1902, and the Automobile Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia has been producing the show since 1997.
Q: Can you sit inside the vehicles?
A: Almost every manufacturer’s display welcomes show-goers to sit inside the vehicles, pop the hood and kick the tires; however no one is allowed to sit in the concept or exotic vehicles.
Q: Will the representatives try to sell me their cars?
A: The Philadelphia Auto Show is a non-selling show. This means that no sales are allowed to be made on the floor and no one will pressure you into buying anything. It is a show for you, the consumer, to inspect all angles of the vehicles and have a pressure-free environment in which to do it. The product specialists at each manufacturer booth will be able to answer any questions you may have about the vehicles.
Q: Will the manufacturers give out rebates on vehicles?
A: It varies by manufacturer.
Q: Where can I buy tickets?
A: You can buy Adult and Child tickets (no senior or discount tickets) on this site beginning in late November. All tickets can be purchased at any auto show entrance within the Pennsylvania Convention Center during regular show hours.
Q: Are group tickets available?
A: Yes, group tickets are available at a discounted rate in packs of 25. To purchase, please call the Auto Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia at 610-279-5229, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm or download the order form.
In The News
- The experts outline the latest trends in the auto industry, ABC-6, February 10, 2020.
- Carli Lloyd Shows Off Skills, Speaks To Youngsters At Philadelphia Auto Show, CBS-3, January 31, 2016.