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Catch the New York Auto Show buzz with Consumer Reports

Catch the New York Auto Show buzz with Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports will be at the center of the action at the New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) with our Buzz Hub. Think of it as an interactive genius bar set up to engage with show attendees and share the hottest cars and trends via social channels.

Our experts will be on hand Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, this weekend and the next, to talk cars and help advise shoppers. This is a great chance to meet the team behind our road tests and Ratings, and get some tips on which of the 1,000 vehicles on display are worth checking out. (Check out our latest “Talking Cars” show below to learn what excited our team at the show.)

The Buzz Hub will conduct polls among the show goers to gauge their interest in a wide array of automotive topics, and we’ll share the findings right here in the blog. In addition, we’ll be monitoring social channels to analyze show-related posts to see which cars people love or hate.

If you attend the show, be sure to share your favorite snapshots by Tweeting us @CRCars; we’ll post the best pictures online at consumerreports.org/NYautoshow.

Likewise, tag your images with #CRAutoShow in Twitter and Instagram.

This year we supplemented our traditional show coverage with CRCars.tumblr.com, giving our team an outlet for sharing their favorite cars and behind-the-scenes photos.

On Facebook and Twitter, we’ll post our question of the day. If you want to engage online, reach out through our traditional channels, or tap our experts directly by following @CRCarsJake and @CRCarsJon.

Whether you can attend this major event or not, Consumer Reports can share the experience and engage in multiple ways. So, join the buzz via your channel of choice.


Visit our 2013 New York Auto Show special section for photos, videos and details on the hottest cars.

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