The Colorado Automobile Dealers Association (CADA) has elected to postpone the 2020 Denver Auto Show in the wake of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. The event was originally slated for April 2-5, 2020.
Though new dates for the show have not yet been announced, it is assumed that a future event will take place at the Colorado Convention Center, where the April event was to have taken place.
Colorado governor Jared Polis announced earlier this month that no gatherings of over 250 people are permitted.
Like other auto shows around the country, the Denver event serves as a way for attendees to cross-shop vehicles all in one place, often without the hassle of dealing with sales personnel.
A recent study by Capital One found that 74 percent of shoppers do not describe themselves as confident car shoppers. Cars.com
research indicates that potential car buyers would rather clean toilets than go through the hassle of buying a car from a dealership.
CADA is working to identify new dates for the show later this year. Stay tuned to www.DenverAutoShow.com for more information.