Top 5 American Debuts From the 2017 Detroit Auto Show

2018 Ford F-150
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American Brands Have a Quiet Detroit Show

The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit is typically the showcase for America’s automotive brands to debut their biggest products. The 2017 edition didn’t feature many showstoppers, but instead was used as a platform for manufacturers from around the world to talk about their place in the American economy.

Ford debuted a refreshed version of the F-150 full-size pickup, which is the most popular vehicle in the country. From Chevy and GMC came redesigned versions of their popular Traverse and Terrain crossovers.

There were also debuts from a couple of foreign nameplates that also have a significant impact on the American economy. Toyota introduced the 2018 Camry, which is built in Kentucky and Indiana. Honda rolled out the 2018 Odyssey, which hails from Alabama.

What that means for car buyers today is that they can expect to start seeing more aggressive lease deals and financing incentives to move the current models off the lots. The 2017 Ford F-150 is currently tied for the top spot in our rankings of full-size pickups.

Click through the following slides to see the biggest American debuts from the 2017 Detroit Auto Show.

For even more info on the most important new vehicles at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show, check out our slideshow of the biggest debuts from across the entire automotive market. You can also see our full 2017 Detroit Auto Show photo gallery

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