You have to give the Chicago Sun-Times some credit for going all out and creating a separately branded website for the Chicago Auto Show. The Detroit papers sure didn't do that and that's the motor city. However we find a lot of faults on this site. For one the manufacturers' list of vehicles is either missing important new models, Ford Fusion, or the images are outdated, Audi A4/A8. Dan Jedlicka's top picks of the show is also kind of lame. It features many cars shown last year like the Chrysler 300C, Cadillac XLR, Corvette and Lotus Elise. The rest of his "good, "fair" etc. picks are also outdated and under budget buys he doesn't list one Scion but has the Saturn Ion. Well it's still nice to see such a devoted site to the show.
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