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Sunday, August 20, 2017

Hyundai Fuel Cell SUV : 10 Key Things To Know

Hyundai is known for its economical cars with amazing design & features usually otherwise available on high end cars. Recently Hyundi unveiled a Fuel Cell SUV concept at its home Seoul, South Korea. The SUV is slated to be launched next year. Let's dig into what this SUV will potentially offer.



Know 10 Key Things about Hyundai Fuel Cell SUV

a) The SUV will be powered by Hydrogen and might have a range of 800 km.

b) This is first ever fuel cell concept vehicle and an SUV from Hyundai.

c) The commitment of the company is to put its focus on green vehicles.



d) Fuel Cell SUV is yet to be christened and is mostly production ready.

e) The design is inspired by Lexus and is futuristic - interior is simple & elegant looking in comparison to the exterior design with shades of white, silver and grey.

f) SUV features an audio-visual screen integrated into the wide dashboard while  cabin is made of eco-friendly and bio-materials.



g) The front end sports a V-shape grille with a wave-like pattern and looks rather sharp with scimitar-shaped headlamps.

h) The alloys too look rather sporty with its shuriken like design.

Also Read: Jeep Compass - 10 Reason why you should buy it


i) The car will use company's 4th Gen. of hydrogen fuel cell technology.

j) The company aims to provide the SUV with a range of 800 km on a single charge (based on New European Driving Cycle rules) and will produce an output of 161 bhp.

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Sunday, July 9, 2017

Jeep Compass - 10 Key Things To Know | Price & Verdict




Jeep India’s most anticipated entry-level SUV called Compass has been launched on July 31, 2017. Jeep dealers have already started accepting bookings for the new Compass at an amount of Rs 50,000 and if rumors are to be believed, the SUV is priced between Rs 14.95 lakh and Rs 20.65 lakh, ex-showroom (Delhi). The price cut is primarily attributed to local manufacturing under Make In India at the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles plant near Pune. Jeep Compass will be offered in three trims (Sports, Longitude and Limited) and five colour options. Will get two engine options and two transmission option.Let us explore top 10 key things you should know about Jeep Compass 2017.
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Also Read: Jeep Cherokee India - A quick review

10 Key Things To Know About Jeep Compass


1. Extremely plush - The ski grey interiors deliver this experience, owing to the use of the choicest of leather and impeccable seat design, in order to offer maximum comfort even in the toughest terrains. The Jeep® Compass offers two more interior options.



2. Active Drive with Selec-Terrain® - Active Drive engages when traction is needed to deliver the signature Jeep® capability. The Active Drive system is configured to maximise fuel economy. This system includes the Selec-Terrain® dial, which provides four modes (Auto, Snow, Sand and Mud) for the best four-wheel-drive performance on or off the road, in any weather.



3. Uconnect® Infotainment System - The infotainment on offer includes the signature Uconnect® system on a 7.0 Touchscreen. This gives you control over work and play with the ability to mirror your phone onto the system with *Android Auto and Apple Car play.



4. Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) - The EPB adapts based on the driver's actions. The automatic drive away release system senses if the vehicle is safe to launch and disengages. It also engages automatically when it senses open doors and unbuckled seatbelts while the driver exits the vehicle without engaging the parking brake. The EPB ensures safety leaving you stress-free to enjoy every ride.



5. 7-Speed DDCT - The Jeep® Compass sports a 7-speed Dual Dry Clutch Transmission. This lends split second gear changes which ensure a smooth drive at all speeds while keeping the vehicle fuel efficient.



6. Powerful Engines - When it comes to the engine you can choose between the 2.0 Multijet II diesel engine that drives a force of 173 ps, putting out a torque of 350Nm. Or the 1.4 Multiair Petrol engine that belts out 162 ps with a torque measure250Nm.



7. Hill Start Assist - HSA contributes to the safety of the vehicle and its passengers. In any situation if you find yourself on an incline HSA automatically engages and stops the vehicle from rolling back, giving you a few seconds to accelerate forward.



8. Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel - The leather wrapped steering wheel is one example of this. It provides for comfortable grip and ample feedback while giving the interiors a suave and sporty look. The wheel is also ergonomically designed with audio and phone controls placed in a way that your focus never shifts off the road.



9. Over 50 Safety & Security Features - In addition to a strong body structure the vehicle is equipped with advanced chassis controls including Four-channel Anti-lock Brakes, full function Traction Control, Electronic Stability Control, Panic Brake Assist, Hydraulic Boost Failure Compensation and Electronic Roll Mitigation. These features enable you to pre-empt any untoward driving situation and minimise damage.



10. Dual-Zone Automatic Temperature Control - This feature provides for a perfect driving atmosphere. Temperatures can be set separately for the driver as well as the passenger side. Making every drive a comfortable one.



Verdict

The Jeep Compass will compete with the likes of the Tata Hexa, Mahindra XUV500, Toyota Innova and Hyundai SantaFE. The new Jeep Compass will be available in three variants, namely; Sport, Longitude and Limited.  At 14.95 Lacs, its a steal. . However we strongly feel, if you can afford this SUV,  you can blindly go for it.

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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Exclusive Review: New Ford Endeavour - Great Ford Endeavour Drive, Hyderabad 2017



Introduction:

The Ford Motor Company (or "Ford") is an American multinational car maker headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. It was founded by Henry Ford and incorporated on June 16, 1903. It is one of the most iconic American Automobile brand. Ford started its India operations India in 1998 at Chennai, Tamil Nadu, with its Ford Escort model, which was later replaced by the locally produced Ford Ikon in 2001. It has since added the Fusion, Fiesta, Mondeo, Figo, Ecosport and Endeavour models to its product line. 


Also Read: All exclusive review of Tata Hexa





Ford Endeavour is the only SUV from the American automaker which is sold in India. It is a mid-sized to semi-full sized sport utility vehicle (SUV) produced by Ford. ReviewsToday team was invited specially for a day-long event to test drive (off-roading) this beast in toughest terrains of Hyderabad – The Great Ford Endeavour Drive. Checkout our detailed review below...




Getting to Know About All New Ford Endeavour 2016:

Ford Endeavour directly competes with Toyota Fortuner in India. The former generation Endeavour did really well for Ford in India, until Fortuner came in. The all new Endeavour is an improved SUV from house of Ford in every possible manner thus making it more appealing. The pricing for the SUV is also quite competitive – INR 26,63,000, which is pretty less compared to Toyota Fortuner.



Also Read: Quick review of Isuzu MU-X SUV (India Edition 2017)



Build & Quality:

Let’s quickly get into its hood to see what Ford Endeavour had to offer. We must say – this SUV is really a beast.



Exteriors - Endeavour is truly an American SUV –it has no chiseled edges but the muscular posture is quite distinctive. It sports a big front grille, flared wheel curves, silver skid plate and tall attitude thus commands a lot of road presence.  


Interiors- The SUV really sways with its luxurious, well-appointed interiors. The dashboard is a nice mix of beige and grey, while its top is swathed in leather that provides a premium feel. The feel is heightened with the well-laid out centre console, quality of plastics, and switches. It also sports single glovebox, sans the cooling. Cabin is definitely more spacious when behind the wheel thanks to the bigger windscreen and lower set dash. The major USP of Ford Endeavour is panoramic sunroof which gives SUV an airy feel.




Features- SUV comes loaded with semi-auto parallel park assist and front parking sensors, along with SYNC3 - Endeavour’s infotainment system which allows you to pair your smartphones via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. The SUV’s audio system offers a crunchier sound quality and gets 10 speakers. SUV also boasts of featuring dual zone climate control and temperature control for the second row. 

Also Read: 2017 Best CNG Cars at Entry Level



Space- With a near 5 metre length there’s ample legroom for front and rear seat making it one of the most spacious SUV in its segment. Seats on Endeavour are very comfortable. However the third row is little cramped and is best suitable for kids or adults with small height. In terms of Luggage space, SUV’s third row seats are powered, and you can flip the seats down at the press of a button which adds to the convenience.




Engines and Performance-  Engine is heart of any car, and Ford Endeavour is no different - SUV packs in a five-cylinder, 3.2-litre engine producing 200PS and 470Nm of torque, and could race upto 100kmph in 10.86 seconds. Endeavour weighs heavier at about 2394kg, but six-speed automatic transmission deserves acclaim, as it is the quicker of the two gearboxes to shift gears and adds to the performance. There are two engine variants on offer on the Endy - the 3.2 and 2.2 litre Duratorq. The 2.2 TDCi is available in Trend 2WD/4WD manual or 2WD automatic and Titanium 2WD automatic. The 3.2 TDCi is only available in 4WD automatic in Trend or Titanium avatars. The 225mm ground clearance serves you well, especially when you put the car off the road.




Ride Quality & Off-Road Experience:


The SUV performs extremely well in city traffic with its lighter and more responsive steering. It feels lot sportier and yet very easy to drive in bad traffic too. The 4WD is similar to Land Rover, with a dial that allows you to switch the car's personality to respond to varying surfaces. This Terrain Management System has Rock, Snow/Mud and Sand modes, and works with ease. The Endeavour also gets a rear differential lock. When climbing uphill/rocks the Endeavour’s front parking sensors are great help, which lets one know how close the front end is to obstructions. Really cool feature. For our experience a custom made track was prepared at Area 56 motorsports in Keesara, Hyderabad. We tested 3.2L variant (4WD).  Our off-roading included steep climbs, severe turns, hill descent, water-wading, tilted driving at a 30-degree etc. truly meant for adrenaline junkie like us.

Overall Verdict:

The Great Ford Endeavour Drive had been an outstanding event for our team. This was our first high end SUV off-roading experience. We were simply blown away by the fact what a fully loaded SUV can achieve. The prices of SUV are affordable, offers better specs compared to rivals and comes with brilliant features. From city roads to off-roads, from water to snow – this is a true companion for all roads. 

Truly enchanting & mystic experience – Thanks Ford Endeavour. 


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Saturday, April 1, 2017

India-spec Isuzu MU-X SUV Unveiled: 10 Quick Facts To Know

Isuzu is known in India mostly for its sturdy pick-up cross overs. However it is very soon going to launch their premium SUV, the MU-X in India. Potentially, Isuzu SUV will compete directly with Toyota Fortuner, Tata Hexa, Toyota Innova and the Ford Endeavour in the Indian market. Let us quickly reveal quick 10 facts about this upcoming SUV:


10 Key Things To Know About Isuzu MU-X

1)  MU-X borrows  much of its designs from its cousin the D-Max V-Cross pick-up with a front fascia that's near cloned. 

2) The SUV looks extended and sports a third row of seats and added comforts.



3 The rear styling is revamped and comes with split horizontal tail-lamps and new bumper.

Also Read: Complete End to End Review of Tata Hexa 


4) The SUV’s interiors resembles to that of the V-Cross' and the Chevrolet Trailblazer - The new beige interior theme with revised dashboard with wood trim and new seat upholstery add a premium touch to its appearance.



5) The SUV is loaded with bunch of features like a new 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with navigation and Bluetooth connectivity, a silver accented steering wheel, roof-mounted 10-inch DVD monitor, 6-way electrically adjustable driver seat, split and fold 2nd and 3rd row seats, climate control, 12 cup holders and 19 cubby holes.

6)  Isuzu will be launching multiple variants of the MU-X viz.  4X4 MT and AT initially with the 4X2 models joining later. 



7) The SUV comes loaded with 3.0-litre engine initially, with 150hp 1.9-litre engine in works as well for later launch.

Also Read: 10 Key Things to know about Honda WR-V - Mini SUV 


8) Isuzu MU-X will be assembled locally at Isuzu's Sri City plant in Andhra Pradesh.

9) Isuzu’s new 7-seater SUV might come as a cheaper option for buyers looking for 7-seater family car and can be priced at Rs 23 lakh – Rs 27 lakh.

10) The SUV will be launched tentatively on May 11, 2017.

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Sunday, March 12, 2017

Honda WR-V: Decoded in 60 Seconds | Price | Verdict


Honda WR-V is a newest compact crossover in India that is scheduled to launch on 16th of March. It is built on the Jazz platform, but comes with new fashioning, features, ground clearance etc. This car from Honda will compete directly with likes of Hyundai i20 elite, Ford Ecosport, Mahindra KUV, Fiat Avventura and Suzuki S-cross. Prices starts from 7.75 lakhs upto 9.99 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). But the major question, should you buy it. Check out our quick analysis…

Also Read: Honda Jazz Decoded in 10 Points



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Key 10 Things to Know About Honda WRV


1. WRV is the new crossover from Honda which will be priced INR 65,000 more than the Jazz and will offers better ground clearance, body cladding and even roof rails and comes with six colour options i.e. Premium Amber, White Orchid, Golden Brown, Carmelian Red, Alabaster Silver and Modern Steel.

2. WRV sports a muscular looks and hence it resembles more like an SUV than a crossover.

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3. The interiors of WRV is plush and showcases the dashboard which is similar to the Jazz and is sporty. It comes with two colour options: a) black and silver b) bluish grey.

Also Read: Complete Review of Honda - Mobilio


4. Instrument cluster features three dials, one for speedometer, tachometer and driver information system along with keyless entry, push start and stop, touchscreen infotainment system, cruise control, dual airbags and even ABS.


5. The cruise control and push start and stop features will be available only on the diesel top-end model, VX.

6. The infotainment system comes loaded with HDMI, MirrorLink, 2 USB and SD card slots.

7. In term of spacing, WRV will not disappoint you – ample boot space of 360 litres and amazing knee room and head room for the rear passengers.



8. However only down side – it does not have rear AC vent, which can be an issue in summer.

9. The WRV comes in two engine variants - 1.2-litre petrol/ 1.5-litre diesel offering 87bhp/100bhp and 115Nm/200Nm respectively by 5-speed/6-speed manual gearbox which suits both city and highway drives. Also note diesel engine even gets a lambda sensor – that checks emission.




10. The mileage of WRV Petrol is 13 KMPL in city / 17 KMPL on highways while Diesel variant will offer 18 KMPL in city and 25 KMPL on highways.


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Tuesday, March 7, 2017

New Gen Maruti Suzuki Swift (2018 Launch) - 10 Key Things To Know

The next generation Suzuki Swift has finally made its global debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. The 2017 Swift brags a completely new charm taking the sporty and younger design. The new-generation Suzuki Swift is established on the all-new HEARTECT platform, which is lighter and more rigid than the current platforms.


10 Key Things About New Maruti Suzuki Swift


a) The new Suzuki Swift is lighter and agile.
b) The new HEARTECT platform has no similarities to the platforms used by the Baleno or Ignis and thus making them safer than the current models, thereby complying with global and also proposed Indian safety norms.
c) With new styling the A-pillar accentuates the Swift's trademark styling, while the new sweptback headlamp looks lustrous and incorporates LED DRLs.

Also Read: Complete Review of Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 AMT - World cheapest gearless car





d) There is no visible change to the side profile but now hatch gets a floating roof.
e) The carved out boot-lid with united spoiler and new diamond cut alloy wheels provides the classy look.
f) Interiors of the car is lot sportier – and comes with a race-inspired twin-pod instrument cluster and infotainment unit.



g) A touchscreen display elegances the central console and it may come with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
h) Dual airbags and ABS may also be standard on the new Swift.

Also Read: Best Entry-Level CNG Cars In India of 2017-18


i) The new gen swift may be powered by 1.0 litre turbocharged BoosterJet petrol, updated 1.2 litre K-Series petrol and 1.3 litre diesel engine along with SHVS - or Suzuki's mild hybrid option in few upper variants.



j) Transmission options will include the 5-speed manual and automatic units as usual.
k) The India launch of this Swift, has been pushed ahead and is now scheduled around March 2018.

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Saturday, February 25, 2017

2017 Best Entry-Level CNG Cars In India


For an entry level car buyer in India, fuel economy is the most important consideration while making a choice to buy a car. While other features such as luxury and performance cannot be undermined however for most the fuel efficiency is still a major defining factor. While diesel cars are preferred over petrol but high maintenance and car pricing makes it an expensive affair at an entry-level. This spot is now conquered by  CNG-powered cars.

Also Read: Detailed review of Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 AMT - World cheapest gearless car


CNG Cars are powered by Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), making them the most fuel-efficient models in country. There has been a huge surge for CNG-powered cars among Indian buyers now since few carmakers have started offering company fitted CNG cars. Unfortunately there are only three brands which offers CNG cars at an entry level – Tata, Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai. Let’s find those models out.

1. Tata Nano eMax  [Price: ₹ 2.82 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi)]


The cheapest of all CNG cars is  the TATA Nano eMax which comes at a price of  ₹ 2.82 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).  Tata Nano eMax is showcases same 624 cc, 2-cylinder petrol engine as the regular Nano, but this one comes combined with a CNG kit. While running on CNG, the engine generates 32.5 bhp and 45 Nm of peak torque. The motor comes with a 4-speed manual gearbox as standard. The Nano eMax is based on the XM variant and provides a whooping fuel efficiency of 36 km/kg.

2. Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 CNG [Price: ₹ 3.67 lakh to ₹ 3.77 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi)]


Maruti Suzuki Alto is entry level hatch loved by everybody in India. Now Alto is also available in CNG variant and comes with 799 cc, three-cylinder petrol engine that generates 30.1 bhp and 60 Nm of peak torque. The engine comes with a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard. Alto offers the CNG option only with the LXI variant, which also gets optional driver side airbag. This car provides a fuel efficiency of 33.44 km/kg.

3. Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 CNG [Price: ₹ 4.06 lakh to ₹ 4.16 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi)]


One of the most popular models of  Marti Suzuki, the Alto K10 also comes with a CNG option. Alto CNG features a 1.0-litre K-Series engine paired with the CNG kit that generates out 58.5 bhp and 78 Nm of peak torque. A 5-speed manual gearbox is offered as standard and comes only in the LXI variant. The CNG-powered Alto K10 returns a mileage of 32.26 km/kg.

4. Maruti Suzuki Wagon R CNG [Price: 4.65 lakh to ₹ 4.88 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi)]


One of the top selling CNG hatchbacks in the country is the CNG variant of the Maruti Suzuki Wagon because of surging demand in the fleet (Uber, Ola, Meru etc.) segment. Wagon R provides tall boy physique and spacious cabin thus making it so popular with buyers. The WagonR comes loaded with 1.0-litre K-Series petrol engine paired with the CNG kit that churns 58 bhp and develops 77 Nm of peak torque. A 5-speed manual gearbox is offered as standard and is offered with the LXI variants only offering a fuel efficiency of 26.6 km/kg.

5. Maruti Suzuki Celerio CNG [Price: ₹ 5.0 lakh to ₹ 5.12 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi)]


Maruti Suzuki Celerio Green, is the most expensive CNG-powered in the list. Celerio Green comes in the VXI model showcasing 1.0-litre K10B engine which churns 58 bhp and 78 Nm of peak torque. The engine comes with a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard and offers notable fuel efficiency of 31.79 km/kg.

6. Tata Indica emax CNG [Price: Rs 4.04 lakh  to 4.32 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi)]


Tata’s very popular model in fleet segment is the petrol Indica eV2 which comes with a factory-fitted CNG kit, known as Indica emax. The emax is available in two variants priced at Rs 4.04 lakh and Rs 4.32 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) and comes powered by a 1.2-litre engine. For the price the Indica offers a spacious interior, although quality is not up to standard.

7. Hyundai Grand i10 CNG [‎ Rs 4.62 lakh onwards plus Rs 68,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi)]


The Grand i10 can be had with a factory-fitted CNG kit for Rs 68,000 over the base ex-showroom price of the Asta trim level. The addition of the kit now keeps the warranty of the car intact unlike earlier models. Hatch is powered by the 1.2-litre Kappa 2 petrol engine seen on the standard car.


8. Hyundai Xcent CNG [ Rs 5.42 onwards plus Rs 68,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi)]


Hyundai also offers the Xcent compact sedan with a CNG option at an additional cost of Rs 68,000 over the ex-showroom price. The car is again powered by 1.2-litre Kappa 2 petrol motor as its hatchback cousin.


9. Maruti Eeco Green CNG [ Rs 3.83 lakh and Rs 4.19 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi)]


The modified version of old Maruti Van – OMNI now christened as the Eeco, also comes in CNG variant. Eco Green is available with five or seven seats options and is priced at Rs 3.83 lakh and Rs 4.19 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) respectively. It is very popular as school vans and delivery vehicle.


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Saturday, December 10, 2016

Hyundai Tucson - Decoded in 10 Points


India’s SUV segment has witnessed remarkable upward trend in recent years. Every car brand has been launching SUV to capture this market. SUV is no longer choice of just high income group population, it is catching a lot of attention of young Indians who are new gen entrepreneurs or have decent jobs. Now a days SUVs comes in all sizes & shapes, from full-size 7-seaters to sporty crossovers, sub-4 metre compacts, and even in hatchback sizes. Hyundai after its successful launch of compact SUV - Creta, it has launched all new Tucson – starting INR 18.99 Lacs. But a big question, with several SUVs available in this price range should you buy Tucson? Let’s decode this SUV in 10 key points.

Read More: Tata Hexa - India's most versatile & affordable All-Terrain SUV


10 Key Things To Know About Hyundai Tucson


1) Tucson sports Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design like other members of its Family.

2) SUV comes with a very detailed signature hexagonal grille complemented by swept-back headlights which are dual-barrel LED units thus making it resemble to its big brother - Santa Fe.

3) Tucson resides on 18" 225/55 tyres and has a ground clearance of 172 mm.



4) Interior of Tucson resembles that of Creta and comes with two-tone black and beige dash with a distinctive separation between entertainment unit and dual zone HVAC (loaded with two power sockets and one USB slot).

5) 8-inch touchscreen entertainment unit sports both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

6) Multi-function steering wheel, seats, armrests and transmission knob all are leather-wrapped gives a plush feeling.



7) There is ample leg room at the rear however it is quite low thus window line is higher as a result outside view is slightly reduced. Tucson's boot is of whopping 513 litres.

8) Tucson is available in petrol and diesel variants; both can be paired with a six-speed automatic or manual transmission:
2.0 Lts petrol engine delivers 155hp at 6200 rpm and 192Nm of torque
R2.0 L diesel engine delivers 185hp at 4000rpm and 400Nm of torque

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9) Diesel engine is performs much better than Petrol engine as it offers torque right from the lower rev range and the transmission is super smooth thus making ride much peppy and comfortable.

10) Verdict - Tucson is a mostly city-roader with five seats with 2WD driving capabilities but definitely not an off-roader. In fact we reviewed Tata Hexa which is launching in less than 30 days – which provides 4WD All Terrain drive under INR 19 Lac for top end model.

Hence if you like Hyundai brand, and keen on city driving, Tucson fits the bill. However if you want little more adventure or an off-roading – Try Tata Hexa

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