The Car Geek: Prepare For The 2007 New England International Auto Show

The Car Geek

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Prepare For The 2007 New England International Auto Show

We only have one sleep to go before the grand opening of the 2007 New England International Auto Show! This is the only succeeding show hosted by the new Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. The doors are set to open on November 28, at 10:00 AM. The show will feature over 800 new vehicles from 42 exhibition areas. Now I’m excited to see what’s in Honda’s exhibit… could be a hybrid with a Honda Passport brake booster. Or it could be something else.

Anyway, according to, the 2007 New England International Auto Show that is hosted by Amica Insurance and The Boston Globe will be open for public viewers from Wednesday through Sunday, December 2. The show will offer the ideal setting for the possible car buyer to witness all the fresh 2008 models under one big venue.

"The New England International Auto show comes at a perfect time for the consumer who is looking to replace their current vehicle - two weeks after the insurance institute has released improved crash test ratings; and during a period when our Massachusetts dealers have the answer to high fuel prices with the widest variety of vehicles powered by the most number of different power plants in automotive history. Cars, trucks, vans, crossovers, hybrids, electrics - and countless variations of such - will be on display in the best facility we have ever had for our show," says show producer Barbara Pudney.

"In addition to the car displays, there will be features to entertain the entire family, including the Kid Stop Pit Stop, registration to win a 2008 Dodge Caravan, courtesy of the New England Dodge Dealers, autograph sessions with world rally driver Alex Roy, NASCAR Rookie of the Year David Ragan, and former Red Sox ace Dennis 'Oil Can' Boyd, plus a motorcycle stunt show, a Harley give-away, and Ultimate Garage contest, and a chance to go to a NASCAR driving school. It really is a family show," added Ms. Pudney.