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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) – The Toledo Auto Show is up and running with more than 100
vehicles from 25 different car makers on display. Some of the cars are not even
available for sale yet, such as the 2014 Ford Fiesta.
January saw record car sales, and car promoters are hoping that
momentum will carry into this month.
Some visitors said they were just looking around while others
seemed to be in the buying mood, wanting to see some prices.
"It's a buyer's market," Marie Gillman of the Toledo Automobile
Dealers Association (TADA) said. "Great one-stop shopping for people to come
and compare and see everything at one time."
People can even check out the Harley Davidson exhibit.
The show does not play any favorites when it comes to dealerships,
"It's a show run by the
association. We're here to promote the association and promote what the auto
industry is doing and not trying to push individual dealers," Gillman said.
The show continues through Sunday at the Seagate Center in
downtown Toledo. Admission is $6 for adults and children under 12 are free.
Senior citizens can get in for $4 between noon and 5 p.m. Friday.