Philadelphia Auto Show Plays To Its Strengths As A Buyers Show

The Philadelphia Auto Show is playing to its strengths amid a buoyant economy and low fuel prices, through the upcoming extended Presidents Day 3-day weekend. The crowds include a notable surge in Millennial and Gen Z attendees, and the strongest selling car models are getting the action.

From Toyota, the top selling non-truck vehicle in the US, the Rav4 and the hot new Toyota GR Supra comeback are the buzz.

The new Jeep Gladiator mid-sized truck class phenom in custom editions like the Mojave and Rubicon are rocking the Camp Jeep indoor climbing course.

As pickup trucks from all the major manufacturers continue to dominate the overall US vehicle market … the Ford F150, RAM 1500 and the Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra, Toyota Tundra and Tacoma, Nissan Titan and Frontier, and the Honda Ridgeline are like honey to swarming bees.

Smaller Crossover SUVs like the new Ford Escape, Mazda CX 30, the Subaru Outback and Forester are getting lots of eyeballs and butts in seats traffic.

Electrified models, Jaguar i-Pace, Nissan Leaf, Volvo XC40, Lexus LC500h and the new Porsche Taycan electric are attracting a growing E-curious audience.