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2016 Chicago Auto Show Wrap Up

The latest from the windy city

Truck Trend Editors
Feb 12, 2016
Contributors: Corey Simone
Photographers: Corey Simone
Hot off the awesome truck news form the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, the 2016 Chicago Auto Show provided off-road truck lovers plenty of new vehicles to drool over. From the announcement of the stout 2017 Ram 2500 Power Wagon to the killer looking, and performance oriented 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro, the Chicago Auto Show did not disappoint.
Check out all the cool trucks, 4x4s and SUVS on display in the windy city as we recap our trip in a huge photo gallery! You can get all the details on the 2017 Ram 2500 Power Wagon here and the Cement Gray 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD PRO here.
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Nissan made a big slash as well, showing off its all-new 2017 Nissan Armada SUV, and the non-XD version of the Nissan Titan was also announced. Nissan didn’t just show off new production models, it brought a couple of their custom Warrior themed SUVs on tracks, perfect for the cold winters in Chicago.
Mercedes-Benz also unveiled its Sprinter truck concept that features a payload capacity over 6,000 pounds and sweet exhaust stacks for the powerful diesel engine.
In the arena of crossovers, Chevy showed off an updated compact Trax model, with more refined styling inside and out, plus improved tech integration. Kia got some people's attention with its Niro dedicated-hybrid crossover, with the promise of 50 mpg fuel economy with crossover practicality, and handsome styling that doesn't scream "HYBRID!" Finally, Hyundai showed off updated versions of its Santa Fe and Santa Fe Sport crossovers, with improved tech, Android Auto integration, and of course, more LEDs.
Check out trucktrend.com for more coverage from the 2016 Chicago Auto Show
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Extreme Concept Ready to Take On Tyrannosaurus
Nissan Brings Trio of Winter Warrior Concepts to Chicago
Chevrolet Reintroduces Midnight Edition Silverado, Joins Colorado and HD in Chicago
First Look: Nissan Brings Non-XD Titan to Chicago Auto Show
Toyota Gives TRD Pro Treatment to the 2017 Tacoma
Handing Off the "Four Wheel & Off-Road" 4x4 of the Year Award for the 2016 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off-Road
Honda Shows Ridgeline Pickup’s Customizability in Chicago
UPDATED WITH VIDEO - 2017 Ram Power Wagon Makes Debut at 2016 Chicago Auto Show
2017 Nissan Armada First Look
2017 Hyundai Santa Fe, Sport Models Get Refresh
2017 Chevrolet Trax Gets Nip and Tuck
2017 Kia Niro First Look