NEW YORK – This year’s Detroit auto show, with scores of both fabulous and important vehicles, was a celebration of the automobile – despite incentives wars, the faltering economy, global unrest and the threat of war. Nissan Armada SUV is Titan derivative. And the show will go on in New York, which with more than 20 debuts, promises to continue the party. A second slew of important products – from big trucks to gas-sipping hybrids – will make their first appearance at this week’s ...

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