CHECK BACK APRIL 8 & 9 FOR NYAS COVERAGE: http://www.edmunds.com/insideline/autoshows/newyork/2009/index.html So what does an auto show look like in the midst of one of the worst markets in history? Not so bad, actually. The 2009 New York Auto Show is looking like it will finish the season strong, with a handful of notable world debuts along with a dozen or so North American firsts. Think SUVs are dead? Well, not quite. Acura, GMC and Land Rover have all come up with what they think are the next generation of SUVs. Smaller, more nimble and less painful at the pump, all-new vehicles from all three manufacturers will be making their world debuts in New York. If you're still not buying into the efficient, high-performance SUV thing, then look for the new 2010 Subaru Legacy and 2010 Subaru Outback. They'll be shown for the first time in New York and are likely to have all the utility you'll ever need. And for those who couldn't care less about utility, Nissan will display the convertible version of its new 370Z coupe. Coverage starts April 8 with video, blogs and photos from the show floor.