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Trifecta of Ford Vehicles Lead in Recent Initial Quality Study

Expedition, Mustang and Taurus All Top Their Segments in J.D. Power Survey

LONDONDERRY, N.H., June 28, 2012 – Whether buyers are looking for an SUV, sedan or a sports car, a new J.D. Power and Associates survey has found that Ford offers the greatest number of segment-leading vehicles when it comes to quality after the first few months of ownership. The U.S. automaker had three models top their respective categories in the 2012 U.S. Initial Quality Study (IQS), the most of any mainstream brand and matching the luxury brand leader, Lexus.

The J.D. Power and Associates 2012 IQS features the 2012 Ford Taurus, Expedition and Mustang at the top of their respective segments, with each having the fewest problems per 100 vehicles (PP100) among competitors. Surveying more than 74,000 owners and lessees of new 2012-model-year vehicles, J.D. Power determined its PP100 scores from participants’ responses to 228 questions after they had been with their vehicle for 90 days.

“Ford’s leading vehicles in the J.D. Power study range from a highly capable SUV to a highway cruiser and a power-packed pony car,” said Jim McGovern, general manager of Ford of Londonderry, a New Hampshire Ford dealer. “That variety shows that Ford is delivering high-quality vehicles across its lineup to a broad spectrum of buyers.”

As the highest-ranked model in the Large Crossover/SUV category, the 2012 Ford Expedition topped the GMC Yukon and the Chevrolet Tahoe, while the 2012 Ford Taurus proved to be more dependable than the Toyota Avalon and Chrysler 300 in the Large Car segment. In J.D. Power’s Midsize Sporty Car category, the 2012 Ford Mustang took home a win after ranking higher than the Dodge Challenger.

Technology features are increasingly just as important to drivers as powertrains and interior trims, and new models of the Expedition, Mustang and Taurus are all available with Ford’s SYNC infotainment system. Created in partnership with Microsoft, the innovative in-car technology allows voice control of phones and other media devices, and it was recently inducted into the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif.

Joining other impactful technologies from the likes of Apple, Google and IBM, a first-generation Ford SYNC module has been added to the Computer History Museum’s permanent collection. Updated several times with new features in the seven years since Ford and Microsoft began development, SYNC now allows hands-free control of popular smartphone apps like Pandora internet radio and MOG music through SYNC AppLink.

“SYNC keeps on getting better with each year, and as smartphone technology continues to improve, Ford’s platform is designed to improve right along with it,” added McGovern. “There are now more than 4 million SYNC-equipped Ford vehicles on the road, and each one is improving safety because drivers no longer have to take their eyes off the road to access their phone.”

Ford of Londonderry Offers an Advance Look at the 2013 Ford Escape

New Hampshire Ford Dealer to Hold Sneak-Peek Party on May 15

LONDONDERRY, N.H., May 10, 2012 – While buyers will have to wait until next month to take home an all-new 2013 Ford Escape, Ford of Londonderry will be offering an advance look at the crossover during its sneak-peek party on Tuesday, May 15. The southern New Hampshire Ford dealer will have Ford product specialists on hand to answer any questions and show fans of the Blue Oval brand the ins and outs of the innovative new Ford Escape.

Ford of Londonderry’s sneak-peek event will be a no-hassle, no-obligation affair, and everyone in attendance will be treated to a free gift bag, as well as complimentary food and beverages. To add even more excitement to the night, prizes will be raffled off throughout the event, and all those who RSVP and are in attendance will be registered to win an iPad.

“The new Ford Escape isn’t simply a new model; it is a new way of looking at compact crossovers and how they fit into our lives,” said Jim McGovern, general manager of Ford of Londonderry. “Ford started with a blank sheet and considered what modern drivers need from a vehicle in developing the 2013 Escape. We’re very excited to give our customers a look at what Ford came up with.”

What: Ford of Londonderry 2013 Escape Sneak-Peek Party
When: Tuesday, May 15, 2012, 5:30 p.m. EDT – 8:30 p.m. EDT
Where: Ford of Londonderry, 33 Nashua Road, Londonderry, NH
How: RSVP by May 13 on Facebook at, or by emailing Jeff Brunini at jbrunini[at]

Ford engineers focused on fuel efficiency while designing the new Escape, but didn’t sacrifice capability and power in their search for extra mpgs. To achieve that balance, the 2013 Ford Escape is available with two new direct-injection, turbocharged EcoBoost engines, as well as a revised naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine. Whereas the only 2012 Escape model capable of reaching 30 mpg on the highway is the 2012 Escape Hybrid, all three 2013 Escape engines can achieve that feat.

The most powerful engine option for the 2013 Escape is a 2.0-liter EcoBoost mill that produces 240 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque, enabling a towing capacity of up to 3,500 pounds when properly equipped. Meanwhile, a 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine with 178 horsepower offers the highest fuel economy at 33 mpg on the highway. As the standard engine, a 2.5-liter Duratec unit with 168 horsepower still returns an impressive 31 mpg on the highway. New Hampshire Ford drivers will also be happy to know that the Escape is available with all-wheel drive, making it a confidence-inspiring ride in winter weather.

“Fuel economy may grab the headlines, but the 2013 Escape is more than just an efficient ride; it is packed with family friendly features that have not previously been offered in the segment,” added McGovern. “Ford’s hands-free SYNC infotainment system would be at the top of my list, but the power liftgate that automatically opens when you swing your foot under the rear bumper would certainly be a close second.”

Ford of Londonderry Wins Second-Straight President’s Award for Customer Service

New Hampshire Ford Dealer Is the Only Recipient in the Granite State

LONDONDERRY, N.H., March 28, 2012 – For the second year in a row, Ford of Londonderry has maintained the high customer-satisfaction ratings and strong sales required to earn a President’s Award from the Ford Motor Company. The New Hampshire Ford specialist was the only dealership in the Granite State to earn a 2011 President’s Award, thanks to its dedication to customer service in both its showroom and service center.

Ford determined its President’s Award winners by using four different customer surveys taken at Blue Oval-certified Ford dealerships several times throughout the year. Each survey covered different facets of the dealership, including overall sales satisfaction, overall service satisfaction and whether customers would recommend the dealer to others looking for Ford sales or service.

“We’re incredibly proud of our staff for making sure that visitors to our dealership are treated to a top-notch automotive sales and service experience,” said Jim McGovern, general manager of Ford of Londonderry. “Earning a President’s Award from Ford two years in a row is a great honor, but it’s the smiling customers in our showroom and service department that really let us know we’re doing a good job.”

With its 2011 President’s Award, Ford of Londonderry stands out as a top performer in a year where sales were strong across Ford dealerships. Ford’s 2011 U.S. sales rose 17 percent compared to 2010, with the automaker breaking 2 million units to become the best-selling auto brand in America. Helping boost sales last year was the Ford Fusion, which set a new sales record with 248,067 models sold. That success came despite the fact that the Fusion is due for a next-generation model this fall.

Fuel efficiency was on the minds of Ford engineers as they designed the upcoming 2013 Fusion, which will feature a pair of innovative EcoBoost engines that provide ample power and acceleration without sacrificing fuel economy. Ford fans will also be able to choose from two hybrid models to increase fuel efficiency even more, including the Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid coming in early 2013.

Stylistically, the all-new 2013 Ford Fusion will feature athletic lines and a sleeker silhouette when it arrives at dealers, accented by projector lasercut headlamps and an inverted trapezoid grille. Buyers will also be able to take advantage of a range of new technologies, including a Lane Keeping System, adaptive cruise control and the latest version of MyFord Touch, which allows drivers to interact with vehicle systems through voice, touchscreen or traditional buttons.

“With the new technology that’s rolling out, it’s an exciting time to be a Ford dealer,” McGovern noted. “The 2013 Fusion is going to change the way we look at midsize sedans, and we expect it to find even more success than the current model, which is no mean feat.”

Ford to Feature SYNC as Standard on 2013 Fusion, Flex

Ford of Londonderry Offers Free Training on the Hands-Free In-Car Technology

LONDONDERRY, N.H., Feb. 27, 2012 – Drivers today are more connected through their cell phones than ever before, even with a plethora of laws in place restricting handheld phone use behind the wheel. Ford is ensuring that more of those drivers will be able to stay connected safely by making SYNC, its hands-free mobile-connectivity system, standard on all 2013 Ford Fusion and Flex models when they go on sale later this year.

Ford’s SYNC, currently available either standard or as an option on all new models available at Ford dealerships, is a voice-activated system that connects with a driver’s smartphone. The system can make phone calls, read text messages aloud and deliver traffic alerts, all in response to voice commands. SYNC is compatible with the automaker’s available MyFord Touch infotainment system, which integrates SYNC voice commands with touchscreen usability.

“As higher-grade technology becomes standard on more models, it’s only natural for the average driver to have more questions about it,” said Jim McGovern, general manager of Ford of Londonderry, a New Hampshire Ford dealer. “Even though a lot of its features are intuitive, there is a learning curve for SYNC, both with and without MyFord Touch. Our training sessions are designed to get more people as fluent in the technology as possible so they can take advantage of every feature.”

Ford of Londonderry offers on-site personalized training sessions to SYNC and MyFord Touch users. The sessions go over a number of SYNC’s functions, like how to make hands-free phone calls, locate nearby restaurants and get turn-by-turn directions. Staff members are also on hand to answer any questions that Ford owners may have. Users can sign up for the free training sessions at!.aspx, and they are encouraged to note specific features and functions they would like to go over.

Even without the aid of a training session, the MyFord Touch system is expected to become easier to use this spring following a software upgrade. The no-charge upgrade will feature simpler graphics, a streamlined interface, faster touch-screen response times and tablet support. Navigation maps and voice recognition will also reportedly be improved.

Ford will mail a USB drive containing the upgrade to current MyFord Touch owners later this year. Owners will then be able to upgrade the system at their convenience, plugging the drive into the MyFord Touch Media Hub’s USB port to begin automatic installation. Customers may also have an authorized Ford dealer perform the upgrade for them.

“Ford wants everything about SYNC and MyFord Touch to be intuitive, because there’s no point in offering technology if it’s not going to make life easier,” added McGovern. “When the MyFord Touch upgrade arrives, the easier and faster system will allow drivers to eliminate most distractions and focus on what’s really important: driving.”

Ford Set to Reintroduce Turbocharged Mustang

Muscle Car to Receive a Powerful yet Fuel-Efficient EcoBoost Engine

LONDONDERRY, N.H., Jan. 25, 2012 – Like pickup owners, American muscle-car enthusiasts have long had a thing for large, loud V8 engines. However, with the fast-growing success of the smaller, turbocharged EcoBoost engine in the F-150 pickup, Ford has decided to try one on for size in an upcoming Mustang. Recently confirming at the Detroit Auto Show that the muscle car is in the works, Ford has only gone as far to say that the turbocharged Mustang will reach Ford dealerships in the “very near future.”

A turbocharged Ford Mustang was last seen in the lineup as the Mustang SVO, which was produced from 1984 to 1986. Offering similar power to V8 models, the Mustang SVO proved that its turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder drivetrain was capable of hanging with larger displacement engines, but purists remained loyal to the conventional eight-cylinder powertrain.

“Times have changed, and an EcoBoost-powered Mustang could really take off with its combination of power and fuel efficiency,” said Jim McGovern, general manager of Ford of Londonderry, a New Hampshire Ford dealer. “We’ve already seen more than 40 percent of F-150 buyers go with the EcoBoost model, and if there’s any group that is slow to move away from V8 engines, it’s the truck crowd.”

The 2012 Ford F-150 EcoBoost is powered by a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged engine with 365 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque, providing all the power of a V8 while using less gas. As the largest member of the EcoBoost family, the 3.5-liter V6 is just one of the potential options for the Mustang EcoBoost. Car and Driver magazine’s best guess is that the pony car will feature a four-cylinder similar to the 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine slated for the upcoming 247-horsepower 2013 Ford Focus ST. In that case, the publication asserts that the Mustang’s EcoBoost engine would be a third drivetrain option rather than a replacement for either of the existing V6 and V8 powerplants.

While big changes may be coming further down the line, the 2013 Ford Mustang will receive its own set of updates to improve performance and usability when it goes on sale early this year. Tops on the list with muscle-car fans should be the new Mustang GT’s power boost, with its tweaked 5.0-liter V8 now set to produce 420 horsepower, an increase of 8 horsepower compared to the 2012 model year.

On the outside, the 2013 Mustang gets a more aggressive front-end treatment, which includes a front splitter, revised headlights and a new hood with functional heat extractors to help keep engine temperatures down. The Mustang’s taillights are now bordered by strips of LEDs in a new glossy black panel that runs across the car’s width. Ford has even included “pony projection lights” on the exterior mirrors that project the Mustang logo on the ground when the doors are unlocked.

“Today’s Mustang is a meticulous mix of retro design and modern technology,” McGovern added. “You get the looks of the classic Mustang, but with modern, powerful engines and features like the Ford SYNC infotainment system that would have seemed like science fiction when the car first debuted.”

Motor Trend Places 2012 Ford F-150 Above the Rest

Annual Truck of the Year Award Goes to America’s Best-Selling Truck

LONDONDERRY, N.H., Dec. 21, 2011 – Facing the newest offerings from Toyota, Ram and Nissan, the 2012 Ford F-150 recently won Motor Trend’s 2012 Truck of the Year award with the help of its innovative drivetrains and useful interior features. Available now at Ford dealerships, the new F-150 proved through an extensive series of tests that Ford’s efforts to increase usability and durability have hit the mark.

Five trucks were put through their paces in Motor Trend tests that addressed acceleration and braking, both with and without a payload, as well as towing. The trucks were judged on six criteria: design advancement, engineering excellence, performance of intended function, efficiency, safety and value. Motor Trend invited automakers to provide variants of their trucks, but only Ford took advantage of the opportunity by sending a Ford F-150 Platinum EcoBoost SuperCrew and a 5.0-liter V8-powered F-150 XLT SuperCab.

“I can understand why Ford would send two different F-150s, because both versions have proven to be very popular with customers for different reasons,” said Jim McGovern, general manager of Ford of Londonderry, a New Hampshire Ford dealer. “The EcoBoost SuperCrew is really the future of pickup trucks, with a V6 that performs like a V8 and smart in-cab technology. On the other hand, the V8 XLT offers a no-nonsense, highly functional ride that has that classic engine roar expected from an F-150.”

Motor Trend was impressed with the abilities of both F-150s to maintain a smooth ride with a full payload, and some editors commented that the ride actually improved as work increased. During acceleration tests, both engines got the F-150 up to 60 mph faster than any of the competition, whether filled with payload, towing a trailer or unloaded. Editors enjoyed the muscle-car-like exhaust note of the V8, but placed most of their praise on the twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V6 engine, which returns 22 mpg on the highway yet produces 420 pound-feet of torque.

Trucks are used for more than just work these days, and Motor Trend spent a lot of time checking out available interior amenities in the F-150, from the Ford SYNC infotainment system to the extra power outlets and well-placed cubbies. Among the intuitive interior features is the fold-up rear bench in both the SuperCrew and SuperCab that can fit three passengers or stow away to open up a surprising amount of storage space.

“The main reason for the ongoing success of the F-150 is that it can be relied upon day in and day out to perform, and its many trim options allow customers to drive the best fit for their unique day-to-day routine,” McGovern noted. “Whether you are a V8 purist that wants a bare-bones interior, or a tech-savvy commuter that wants more fuel efficiency with your power, you’re going to find what you’re looking for.”

Ford’s 2011 U.S. Global Quality Research System recently found that buyers of the F-150 EcoBoost were just as pleased with their trucks as those who had chosen the conventional 5.0-liter V8. The research was based on more than 1,600 surveys of F-150 owners that had purchased their truck between Sept. 2010 and May 2011.

Ford Takes Aim at Chevy with 650-Horsepower Shelby GT500

Newest High-Performance Ford Mustang Brings the Most Horses to LA Auto Show

LONDONDERRY, N.H., Nov. 30, 2011 – To stay relevant in a competition you have to raise the bar for your competitors, and Ford aims to do exactly that with its 2013 Shelby GT500, unveiled to Ford fans at the LA Auto Show last month. Making its way to Ford dealerships next year, the Shelby’s 650 horsepower will surpass that of its upcoming rival, the 2012 Chevy Camaro ZL1.

The Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 achieves its 650 horsepower and 600 pound-feet of torque through the use of an aluminum 5.8-liter V8 engine that, according to Ford, is the most powerful production V8 in the world. In comparison, the Camaro ZL1, which made its debut at the Chicago Auto Show in February, hosts an engine with more displacement but less power: a 580-horsepower 6.2-liter V8.

“Chevy challenged Ford when it debuted the Camaro ZL1, and Ford answered in a big way with the new Shelby,” said Jim McGovern, general manager of Ford of Londonderry, a New Hampshire Ford dealer. “Of course, the media’s focus is always on horsepower, but the Shelby outperforms the ZL1 in so many other ways that there really is no question about who has come out on top this round.”

Beyond its advantage over the Camaro ZL1 in horsepower, the new Shelby GT500 is lighter at 3,850 pounds. That is heavy enough to help the range-topping Mustang achieve a top speed of more than 200 mph, but light enough to keep the car’s fuel economy out of reach of the gas-guzzler tax, which will be applied to the Camaro ZL1. To keep Chevy on its toes, Ford also gave the Shelby’s drivetrain a larger and more efficient supercharger, new cross-drilled engine block and cylinder heads, a new carbon-fiber driveshaft, revised camshaft profiles and an updated clutch, transmission and axle.

Although Ford put a great deal of effort into improving the Shelby GT500 specifically, the automaker will be updating its entire 2013 Ford Mustang lineup next year with an available new technology called Track Apps. Designed to be used by enthusiasts during their time spent on the racetrack, Ford’s Track Apps delivers detailed performance metrics to the driver in real time through a 4.2-inch LCD screen.

Measuring acceleration time, g force and stopping time and distance, Track Apps saves best times on a results screen for those that want to push the limit a little further each time at the track. The app can also relay specs like air-to-fuel ratio, cylinder head temperature, inlet air temperature, oil temperature and transmission temperature. While Mustang drivers are less likely to be concerned with fuel economy than performance, the productivity screen can also instantly calculate the vehicle’s average mpg.

“Nobody knows if Ford’s engineers would have come up with a 650-horsepower engine if Chevy hadn’t pushed to reach 580 horsepower first, but Ford nevertheless continues to raise the bar with Track Apps and each new subsequent upgrade,” added McGovern. “It will be interesting to see how Chevy responds to the new Shelby GT500. Until they do, Ford fans will have bragging rights.”

Ford Focus Electric Named Green Car of the Year Finalist

New All-Electric Compact Car is One of Five Competing for Eco Honors

LONDONDERRY, NH, Oct. 31, 2011 – Ford is pushing to become a leader in the electric car world and its efforts have been recognized by Green Car Journal, which recently announced that the upcoming Ford Focus Electric is a finalist for its 2012 Green Car of the Year award. Due to reach Ford dealerships in New York and California later this year and 17 other select markets next spring, the Focus Electric’s nomination also means the model is automatically named one of Green Car Journal’s Top 5 Green Cars for 2012.

Green Car Journal will announce the winner of its Green Car of the Year award at the Los Angeles Auto Show on November 17 after a panel of jurors, including Jay Leno and automotive icon Carroll Shelby, weigh in on the matter. The 2012 Ford Focus Electric is the only nominee from an American automaker in a field that includes the Honda Civic Natural Gas, Mitsubishi i, Toyota Prius v and Volkswagen Passat TDI. The all-electric compact car was already honored by Green Car Journal last January with the Green Car Vision Award for 2011, which was given to the vehicle that best envisioned the future of transportation.

“Electric cars are going to be a common sight on our roads before long and Ford is taking the steps to get ahead of the curve,” said Jim McGovern, general manager of Ford of Londonderry, a Southern New Hampshire Ford dealer. “The fact that the Ford Focus Electric has already become a darling of the green car community before it’s even been released shows that they are on the right track.”

Based on the popular Ford Focus hatchback, the Focus Electric combines a large 23-kWh lithium-ion battery pack and a powerful electric motor to drive the front wheels. With a full charge, the car is capable of traveling roughly 100 miles without using a drop of gasoline, which is more than enough to cover the average commute. Ford has even partnered with solar-panel manufacturer SunPower to offer a 2.5-kilowatt home solar-energy system that can power up to 1,000 miles of driving per month by generating electricity that is completely emission-free.

While the Granite State won’t be among the first markets to receive the new electrified ride, the rest of the fuel-efficient Focus family has already debuted at New Hampshire Ford dealers with a redesign for the 2012 model year. Featuring a more aerodynamic exterior, active grille shutters and a new 2.0-liter direct-injected four-cylinder engine, the gas-powered Focus is capable of returning up to 40 mpg on the highway with the SFE package on its SE sedan model.

Inside the 2012 Ford Focus, the innovative SYNC with MyFord Touch system is available to keep drivers and passengers entertained and connected through their smartphones and other Bluetooth-enabled cellphones. The technology allows for voice control of the navigation system, stereo and phone calls while opening up access to apps like Pandora internet radio. Another available technology in the Focus is Active Park Assist, which allows the car to parallel park itself.

“New Hampshire drivers love the Focus because it’s fun to drive, packed full with features and saves them cash at the gas pump,” McGovern noted. “Ford has loaded the Focus with technology that was previously unseen in the compact market, giving the car a premium feel without a premium price.”

Reign of the Iconic Crown Victoria Comes to an End

Law Enforcement and Taxi Companies in Hot Pursuit of Next-Gen Ford Vehicles

LONDONDERRY, NH, October 3, 2011 – Next time you see flashing red and blue lights in your rearview mirror, don’t be surprised when the vehicle looks more like a Ford Taurus or Ford Explorer than a Crown Victoria. Marking the end of an era of V8-powered Ford sedans, the last Ford Crown Victoria rolled off the assembly line in Ontario, Canada on September 15, relinquishing its 32-year legacy as the iconic police and taxi driver vehicle of choice.

The Crown Victoria was known for being ideal for street work because of its durable 4.6-liter V8 engine and rugged suspension. The full-size sedan was also easy to repair and had the interior space for all the technology and equipment an officer needs while in the line of duty. For all its strengths however, the Crown Vic was an aging platform, and modern demands for greater fuel efficiency and technology have led Ford to develop a new 2013 Police Interceptor Sedan based on a Ford Taurus and a 2013 Police Interceptor Utility based on a Ford Explorer.

“Seeing a Crown Vic on the highway always raises your pulse a little bit,” said Jim McGovern, general manager of Ford of Londonderry, a Southern New Hampshire Ford dealer. “After decades of service, its profile is ingrained in our minds, so it will be sad to see it go. That said, our law enforcement officials will be even better served by the new Ford Police Interceptor Sedan.”

The new Police Interceptor Sedans are modeled after the Taurus typically found at Ford dealerships, a vehicle that has been in Ford’s arsenal since 1986 but has gone through six generations of upgrades to reach its current technology-packed model. New Ford Police Interceptor Sedans will take full advantage of the Taurus’s 3.5-liter V6 engine, which offer 280 horsepower at the base level. An optional turbocharged EcoBoost engine – the same powerplant that can be found in the high-performance Taurus SHO – delivers up to 365 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque with the same size and displacement. Compare that to the Crown Victoria’s engine, which delivered 250 horsepower with a larger displacement, and the reasons for the upgrade become clear.

Currently undergoing testing by police departments in North America, the new Police Interceptors are expected to roll out to forces later this year. Extensive testing by the Michigan State Police recently deemed the new vehicles worthy of performing the grueling work demanded of police cars day in and day out. As the only vehicles to pass testing for rear collisions at 75 mph, the Interceptors will also cost about the same as a Crown Victoria, so taxpayers will not have to pay a premium for better handling and fuel economy in their towns’ police fleets.

In addition to its work with police vehicles, Ford introduced its Transit Connect Taxi model this year to replace the Crown Victoria as its flagship taxi for city and suburban cab companies. Transit Connect Taxis offer more passenger and luggage room and save an average of four miles per gallon compared with the Crown Victoria, but that doesn’t mean the last of Ford’s rear-wheel-drive sedans won’t be missed.

“Now that the Crown Vic’s reign is over, police and taxi fleets are looking for alternatives,” added McGovern. “The Crown Victoria has done its job and done it well. Ford is looking to build upon that legacy with its next generation of service vehicles, and maybe one day the new Police Interceptor Sedan and Transit Connect Taxi will be icons themselves.”

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