Canadian International AutoShow

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Canadian International AutoShow
The 2007 Canadian International AutoShow - 300 Level with Nissan, Suzuki, and Infiniti showcases visible
Status Active
Genre Auto show
Frequency Annually
Venue Metro Toronto Convention Centre
Location(s) Toronto, Ontario
Country Canada
Years active 1974-present
Most recent February 2018 (2018-02)

The Canadian International AutoShow (CIAS) is Canada's largest auto show. This event has been held in Toronto, Ontario since 1974 and is staged annually in February at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. It draws an average of 300,000 visitors throughout its showing from Ontario and Western New York.

The Canadian International AutoShow in partnership with AutoTrader exhibits over 1,000 cars, trucks, and SUVs as well as, concept cars, exotics, classics, motorcycles and alternative energy vehicles. AutoTrader is the presenting Title Sponsor and Show Program Publisher of the Canadian International AutoShow.[1] The AutoShow also rents booths to over 125 exhibitors promoting contests, products, services and even locally owned vehicles.


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