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Jeep Unlimited vs. Jeep Wrangler

1. Introduction

Success is a vital factor when considering the differences between two things. This is an important place to start when comparing the two Jeeps because it is something Jeep has struggled with for the Unlimited. The Wrangler has been hugely successful due to its iconic style and functionality. This four-wheel drive can serve successfully as a vehicle driven around town or as a rugged off-road vehicle due to its great four-wheel-drive system and huge tire clearance allowing for big tires. Its unique design has made it highly recognizable and has certainly put it in the category of a modern icon. This is what Jeep was looking to capitalize on when they created the Wrangler. The success and recognition of the traditional Jeep is something they wished to carry on into future models. This has not happened with the Unlimited. The name "Jeep" has lost its identity as being a great four-wheel drive. With the introduction of a myriad of new SUVs, Chrysler thought to replace the now out-of-date Jeep Cherokee with a contender in the SUV market. The Unlimited is the incarnation of a Jeep Cherokee, still bearing some resemblance to the Wrangler, it is nowhere near as rugged or as versatile off-road as the Wrangler nor as previous Jeeps. This has dented its success as a four-wheel drive and, except for those with a previous Jeep fetish, it is not as recognizable or as appealing as the Wrangler. This is not to say that the Unlimited is a failure. In 2004, it was Motor Trend magazine's Sport/Utility of the Year and has earned several other industry accolades. Sales effectiveness does not necessarily mean a vehicle is good at what it is intended to do. However, it is clear that the Wrangler has been more successful in its form. [1][2][3][4][5][6]

Jeep is a name that has been credited with the manufacture of superb vehicles for decades. This vehicle has constantly evolved in form, design, functionality, and performance. One of the new offerings from Jeep in the four-wheel-drive market is the Jeep Unlimited. This new vehicle is an amalgamation of the traditional Jeep and a modern SUV. It has many modern features that set it apart from the other Jeeps still in production. Another vehicle that could be considered in a similar category is the Jeep Wrangler. This vehicle is the latest version of the traditional Jeep. There are still new versions of the traditional Jeep still being made today, but the Wrangler is this icon's current and future form. This essay will make an attempt to measure the two vehicles' features in a categorized manner to get the real differences between the two and make a real judgment on Jeep's latest attempt to modernize its classic.

1.1. Overview of Jeep Unlimited

Talking about the ride comfort between the two of them, the LJ was the best with the longest wheelbase, but the current JKU has the best handling and ride comfort of any generation. This 4-door version has a medium wheelbase and the best ride comfort, surpassing even the current two-door model. Now you can go to more places with more comfort; no more worries of getting muscles or back pain from a long off-road journey! Step in and out of the back seat more easily, thanks to the extra set of doors and the bigger rear seats. Dual front airbags are standard. Side airbags are optional and provide additional protection for both the torso and head. This is the safest generation for Wrangler. [7][8][9][10][11][12]

The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited offers five more cubic feet of storage than the two-door. Fold down the rear seats and enjoy over 68 cubic feet of storage. The 4-door Unlimited has a larger entrance, which means loading large cargo is a whole lot easier. Now loading cargo will never be a problem during your vacation trip. The 4-door Unlimited has room for five and offers more rear storage space than the two-door model. With the 4-door, families or Jeep enthusiasts can enjoy a movie at the drive-in, park near the beach, or go to an off-road competition and now have the cargo space for all their gear. Now it'll be fun for each family member, and no more complaints of "getting too crowded" into the Jeep.

It discusses the version that came after the older version of Jeep, Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited evolved from the older version. It has come in many series, and each series has its own introduction of the model. As for the versions, there are 4 versions of the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited: the LJ (2004–2006), 4-door JK truck (2007–2010), the JKU truck (converted from the 4-door JK from 2007–2010 to 2012–2013), and the current JKU (2016–present).

1.2. Overview of Jeep Wrangler

The Jeep has always been known as the "Wrangler". This vehicle can't be mistaken for any other behind the name and reputation that the name "Wrangler" holds. With a rich heritage dating back to the World War II era, the Jeep vehicle has always been synonymous with freedom, authenticity, adventure, and passion. In my opinion, this still holds true as Jeep being an all-American vehicle and the most democratic vehicle for taking its top and doors off and embracing the elements. This is a unique quality that only the Jeep Wrangler can offer.

The Jeep Wrangler has always had its distinguishing body style. It is easily identified and not confused with any other vehicle on the road, which is a unique trait that many drivers look for when buying a new vehicle. The styling of the Jeep has always been targeted towards an off-road look with off-road capabilities, proven by the body-on-frame chassis that the vehicle still holds today. The plastic fenders and removable tops and doors give it a utilitarian appearance that many drivers love. Step inside the Jeep and you'll see it's still a bit primitive on the inside, which some view as a drawback. The primitive interior can be put to the side when off-road capabilities come into play. This still draws in millions of buyers who want the look and off-road capabilities the Jeep can offer.

The Jeep Wrangler was first introduced in 1987. The Jeep is the main off-road vehicle that can do it all. Whether it be a daily driver or a weekend warrior, the Wrangler can fulfill the needs of drivers. The Jeep Wrangler is a carryover from the 2006 model. The Jeep Wrangler has gone through many different body styles and civilizations but has kept the same concept throughout the years. The Jeep is offered in a 2-door or 4-door version, which gives a good variation for different types of drivers. The unlimited version is the 4-door version, and the normal version has always been the 2-door. The price ranges anywhere from $20,000 to $32,000, depending on what bells and whistles the driver wants with the vehicle.

2. Exterior Features

An advantage from the longer wheelbase has been an increase in the turning circle, making the Unlimited more maneuverable than the TJ. 4 and 5-door vehicle designs have often had their rear doors come under criticism for only opening to a 70-80 degree angle, almost making the rear door no more usable than a 2-door vehicle. The wide angle of the Unlimited's rear doors has been a satisfying feature for owners and a point of difference from early Jeep station wagons.

With the Unlimited targeted more towards suburban dwellers and family men, a bolder and more roomy-looking design has been implemented to attract a wider audience. The wheelbase has been extended by 10 inches, and the overall length is 15 inches longer than a standard TJ. This longer and wider stance makes the Unlimited appear more stable and a more ideal candidate for a daily driver vehicle. The front doors are the same as a TJ, but the rear doors are slim-lined and open to a 90-degree angle, making entry and exit of the rear seats easy.

As is most distinctive about the Unlimited from the Wrangler is the additional two doors. This, of course, has greatly increased the practicality and entry ease to the Unlimited, especially for passengers utilizing the rear seats. Although the extra doors were a particularly necessary feature for family men who wish to use their Jeep for family outings and school runs, the general consensus from Unlimited owners has been that the two-door look has more appeal. The 2-door Wrangler and its earlier models certainly have a timeless design, which appeals greatly to fans of the original Willys Jeep.

2.1. Design and Body Style

Moving ahead, the customizability of the Jeeps should be analyzed in comparison to their design. This would consist of aftermarket parts and OEM parts for the vehicle. Any differences in the two types of parts for each model should be highlighted. After customizability, the strengths and weaknesses of the Jeeps' design should be discussed. This will lead into an analysis of both models' off-roading capabilities. This particular section should contain a lot of information, as this is a significant portion of what the Wrangler/Unlimited is about. This would help support an argument that the two models have no significant differences.

Both Jeeps have great designs and have the same overall body shape. The Unlimited and the Wrangler are both available in a 2-door and a 4-door. The doors can easily be taken off by removing 2 nuts from the hinges. The hoods, fenders, and grill are identical between the two models. The only difference that the Unlimited has, opposed to the regular Wrangler, is that the Unlimited has some extra cargo space on the body. The cargo space is located on the rear and is directly accessible from the inside of the vehicle. The rear seating in the Unlimited can also be removed to offer more cargo space. This should be identified and supported from an outside source and should feature some pictures of both models to show how simple visual comparing can unveil the above differences.

2.2. Roof Options

Jeep Unlimiteds are hit and miss with taking advantage of a soft top life. For example, the LJ provides an excellent conversion from hard top to soft with an easily removable hard top and a soft top which can be simply placed on the vehicle within the same framework. This is a simple and low-cost method of owning two types of tops to suit the weather or your mood. Conversely, the JKU offers a more complicated arrangement from hard top to soft. Transitioning from the three-piece hard top to a factory soft top takes some time, knowledge, and patience; the result, however, is a superior soft top providing more quietness and insulation than the standard soft top usually found on Wranglers. Finally, the JL has also simplified dual top options, although the aftermarket has more variety.

A Jeep Wrangler has a removable roof, offering what the company refers to as an open-air 4x4 experience. This is ideal if you like open-top driving, perhaps with a breeze through your hair, the sun on your face, and nothing but fresh air to breathe. However, the alternative hard top to the Wrangler takes away from the experience at the simple push of a button. Hard top drivers can experience top-quality insulation from wind and road noise, while the Freedom Top lets you remove the sections over the front seats for a taste of that open-top experience.

2.3. Door Options

There are a few key differences in the Unlimited and standard Wrangler when it comes to the doors that you can choose. Of course, having the same basic door configuration as the original vehicle is an option for both. When it comes to the Unlimited, you can choose to stick with the classic configuration or the full framed doors. The most impressive feature is the fact that you can go door-less with the Unlimited. The hard and soft top vehicles are both capable of being transformed into a completely door-less vehicle, but the Unlimited has the option of purchasing half doors. Purchasing half doors is not required for running a topless vehicle, but if you intend on ever putting on the hard top, you will need the upper half doors. This is because the soft top and hard top only have the ability to connect to half doors or full framed doors. This is a major selling point for anyone that has wanted a Jeep for the sole purpose of running it topless. With a normal Wrangler, you are pretty much limited to running completely door-less because half doors are difficult to find and quite pricey. Unlimited owners that choose to purchase half doors will have no problem finding or even switching back and forth between tips because they are still in production and are sold straight from the dealer.

3. Performance and Capability

Until just recently, Wrangler had offered a smaller 3.8-liter V6. And while the four-cylinder is no longer offered in the Wrangler, there is a new 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 that's in the process of being introduced, and it will eventually lead to some improvements in acceleration and fuel economy. Wrangler Unlimited continues with a smooth and torquey 2.8-liter turbo-diesel four-cylinder, which makes 197 hp and 339 lb-ft, and promises to deliver better fuel economy and even more low-rpm torque. Although it's a good choice for off-road enthusiasts, it's a little noisier and has more vibration than you might expect in a vehicle that costs as much as $35k when fully optioned. Diesel models get Command-Trac four-wheel drive standard. For 2014, Jeep has dropped the four-cylinder from Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited, replacing it with the newly developed 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine. With fuel economy that is expected to be a significant improvement over the previous V6, the Pentastar V6 will provide more horsepower and higher torque. Jeep's new focus on performance and fuel efficiency is a positive change and eliminates the long-held belief that Wranglers sacrifice fuel economy for capability. The newer engine combined with a new five-speed automatic transmission and newly introduced six-speed manual transmission will give Wrangler buyers greater value, running costs, power, and capability without sacrificing fuel economy. The 2012 Wranglers are set to receive powertrain improvements with the benefits of 2012 technology packed into 2012 Wrangler engines. Advanced engine electronics, including a previously mentioned five-speed automatic transmission, will be introduced, which will result in an approximate 10% increase in fuel economy across the Wrangler lineup; a figure that will improve the Wrangler ownership experience for consumers who regularly use their vehicles for on-road driving. With increased towing capacity and an expected 283 horsepower and 260 lb-ft torque from the Pentastar V6, the 2012 Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited look set to present an all-encompassing and unrivaled package of capability and consumer value in the 2012 and 2013 SUV markets.

Standard in all 2014 Wranglers and Wrangler Unlimiteds is the 3.6-liter V6 engine. In the standard two-door Wrangler, the engine makes 285 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque. When properly equipped, it makes the most of that power, and in general, we think the V6 pulls strongly, with a refined and responsive feel. The V6 can be paired with either a standard six-speed manual gearbox or an optional five-speed automatic. Fuel economy is slightly better than what it replaced; Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited models are rated at 17 mpg city and 21 mpg highway no matter which transmission is specified.

3.1. Engine Options

Jeep Wrangler comes with the option of 2.0L Direct-Injection Turbo engine, 2.0L Direct-Injection Turbo Engine with eTorque, and 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine. New 2.0L Direct-Injection Turbo engine uses a twin-scroll, low inertia turbocharger with an electronic wastegate for improved responsiveness and performance. This engine has a fuel economy of 23 city/25 highway miles per gallon. The 2.0L Direct-Injection Turbo Engine with eTorque is the most fuel efficient option for the Wrangler. This mild hybrid engine is the first ever engine of its kind to be used in the Wrangler. This engine has fuel economy of 24 city/22 highway miles per gallon, and has 270 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. eTorque is the system that enables the mild hybrid feature on this engine. eTorque is a system using an additional belt-driven motor generator attached to the engine's crankshaft which provides a brief stop/start function, short-term torque assist, and brake energy recuperation. The additional functions provided by the eTorque system improve fuel economy and increase the performance of the engine. The new Wrangler is said to have a future release of a 3.0L EcoDiesel engine. This engine has not yet been released by Jeep, there is some anticipation for it from Wrangler enthusiasts. This engine is said to increase fuel efficiency and performance on the vehicle. Unlimited only offers the 2.0L Direct-Injection Turbo engine at this time. This is because FCA was focusing on selling off the Wrangler JK inventory as well as planning on reconfiguring the production lines for JL and getting the new tooling and assembly for the JL Unlimited completed. The production lines for JL and JL Unlimited have both been reconfigured and the Unlimited is planned to get the 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine in place of the 2.0L Turbo sometime in early 2019 after the completion of the tooling and assembly of the unlimited. This engine is the same option that is available for the JK Unlimited and it has been the most popular engine option for the Wrangler, the Unlimited version is expected to hit 285 horsepower which is still under the JK's current version of the engine at 295 horsepower.

3.2. Off-Roading Capability

The Jeep Wrangler offers improved off-road capability over the Wrangler Unlimited. Rubicon models of the Wrangler achieve the highest ground clearance with the help of the big P245/75R16 all-terrain tires on 16-inch steel wheels. All Wranglers are Trail Rated with 4WD, featuring a two-speed transfer case, and with either standard or optional Dana axles. This vehicle can meet or exceed the off-road capabilities of any vehicle in its class. Unlimited models take the benefits of the standard Wrangler and add to it. With 0.5 inches more ground clearance, the Unlimited is also capable of fording 2 inches of water depth than the Wrangler, a small but useful advantage. Increasing wheelbase has both its pros and cons with respect to off-road capability. The longer wheelbase of the Unlimited aids wagon space and ride quality on the road but can be more of a hindrance when tackling steeper inclines and declines on the trail. Overall, both Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited are solid choices for off-road activities. Picking one over the other in terms of off-road capability really depends on what trail users would be doing. Wranglers more serious about off-road typically choose a shorter wheelbase two-door Wrangler due to their better break-over angle. For example, Rubicon sales have a high rate of two-door models. Families with outdoor lifestyles who pack more gear and require more passenger space might choose the Wrangler Unlimited. If off-road activity is going to be very limited and most driving will be on the highway and in the city, the better on-road ride and added fuel efficiency of the Unlimited could make it a better choice. Keep in mind that the Wrangler Unlimited can still hold its own when the pavement ends. Its approach and departure angles are not much different than the standard Wrangler, and its additional weight is offset by the 4.10 gears that all Unlimiteds have, enhancing low-end torque and aiding in off-road performance.

3.3. Towing Capacity

This is a simple concept: a vehicle's maximum towing capacity is the largest load your vehicle can pull. The 2017 Unlimited offers the highest maximum towing capacity of 3,500 pounds. This is more than enough to tow your average-sized camper or outdoor recreational vehicle for a fun weekend expedition. The regular two-door Wrangler can tow up to 2,000 pounds. This is still a respectable amount and is convenient as it allows you to tow trailers and even lightweight boats. Towing anything heavier can be dangerous and hard work. The vehicle and trailer may approach the maximum combined weight of 4,240 pounds. Using this vehicle to tow anything less than 140 pounds above the unladen vehicle weight will result in better handling and performance on the trail. (How to determine your vehicle's weight) This means a regular two-door Wrangler can pull your average-sized fishing boat and trailer up to the lake and not cause too much strain on your vehicle. Jeep lists an unladen weight of 3,760 pounds for the vehicle. High altitude, steep grades, and heavy loads will affect the towing limit of your vehicle. If in doubt, a good way to measure this is by driving your setup on a typical test hill and having someone follow in a chase vehicle to determine if it is within the safe operating limit. Always check your owner's manual for details and explanations of what your vehicle can tow. This recommendation is based on an average of all the different vehicles and loads in your vehicle's class. A vehicle with an automatic transmission may tow less than a vehicle with a manual transmission.

3.4. Fuel Efficiency

Finally, the most fuel efficient Jeep Wrangler is the JK series with the 2.8L V-6 Turbo Diesel engine that was an option for the Jeep Wrangler X in the years 2007-2008. The diesel engine offers 19-20 mpg in the city and 21-23 mpg on the highway, making it the most fuel efficient in comparison to all the other engines for the Wrangler. It is a costly yet viable conversion for those looking to increase the fuel efficiency of their older Wrangler.

The Jeep Wrangler can be considered the most fuel efficient of all the Jeep 4x4s. At 17-18 mpg for the manual transmission and 17-18 mpg for automatic, the difference in transmission was not a big factor in fuel efficiency for the Wrangler. It is also a common belief that the symbol of the Wrangler, being a newer version of the CJ series, has been a traditional utility vehicle that was powered by the standard Jeep 4.0L straight 6. Into today's age, this would mean fuel efficiency and durability. And again, in the case of the 2007-2011 Wrangler, the optional 3.8L V-6 engine was still not a major difference in fuel efficiency. Considering that the Wrangler TJ with the 4.0L straight 6 engine offered 14-15 mpg in the city and 18-19 mpg on the highway, also according to the Jeep website, it is a fair assumption that the updated JK series has not majorly differed in fuel efficiency. The new Jeep Wrangler JK with the 3.6L V-6 offers 17-21 mpg for the manual transmission and 16-21 mpg on the automatic transmission, showing less difference with the automatic option indicating that the newer 3.6L engine came close to equalizing the transmission fuel efficiency.

For drivers who use their vehicle for off-road excursions as well as a daily driver, the fuel efficiency remains an important factor. The Jeep Unlimited offers 16-17 mpg in the city and 19-20 mpg on the highway, according to the Jeep website. Given that the Unlimited series is essentially a longer and heavier TJ, it could be expected that the TJ and Unlimited series should offer similar fuel efficiency. The reasoning is that the 4.0L straight 6 engine is the power plant for both the TJ series and the Unlimited series. Due to their shape and weight, even the more modern Unlimited series with the 3.8L V-6 will likely not compare with the fuel efficiency of the Wrangler.

4. Interior and Technology

Coherence. This theme is well articulated in the article, and the details given are relevant and hold true to the themes of unlimitedness, specialty, and the Jeep brand itself. The discussion of the more practical interior of the Wrangler and increased luxury of the Unlimited is key as a direct comparison in this area is a rarity with many car reviews, and it provides a basis for the traits of the different vehicles. Overall, the later discussion on the interior of the Unlimited will be beneficial for potential Jeep buyers looking for comparisons between the standard and Unlimited models and for those considering what they are gaining in the step up to an Unlimited from another SUV.

So while the Unlimited's interior clearly outdoes that of its older brother, it must also stand up to competition within its own class. This is a tougher call, and personal preferences will play a large part in deciding between the Sport and Limited grade Unlimiteds, and the difference here comes down to interior trim levels rather than space and design. The Sport will have a similar interior design to that of a standard Wrangler with cloth seating and simple dash layout, and the Renegade package will have the same again, while the Limited provides an up spec interior and a choice of leather or premium cloth seating prices.

The standard Wrangler can feel somewhat cramped and ordinary due to its smaller size and larger transmission tunnel, although the cabin is well presented with a sound driving position and logical access to all controls. By comparison, the Unlimited offers a more comfortable environment with improved seating and trim, an increased sense of space, and greater rear passenger comfort due to the increased room and the ability of the front seats to tilt and slide forward for access to the rear.

The interior of a vehicle is the closest environment to which an owner is exposed. It is where the driver and passengers feel the direct characteristics of any limited or expansive environment, and it is the seat cover, dash comforts, and various other interior configurations that articulate this difference. Following this understanding, one would expect that the difference in comfort and spaciousness would provide the largest divergence in interior design and comfort, and they would be right.

4.1. Interior Design and Comfort

Elegance meets functionality in the interiors of both vehicles. Jeep has mastered the use of innovation and style to enhance the driving experience. The Wrangler is designed to seat four individuals comfortably. High-backed front bucket seats provide the driver and passenger with ample comfort and support. Rear passengers are treated to ample legroom and comfortable seating for two. An available two-tone appearance with unique stitching, Command-Trac Utility Grid, all-weather slush mats, and other accessories allows owners to customize the interior to their liking. The Wrangler Unlimited adds on to be the 4-door Wrangler in design features. Each of the four doors is designed to provide easy entry and exit. The Unlimited comes equipped with a more versatile fold and tumble rear seat. This allows easier access to the back and to store cargo. The heated front seats and automatic temperature control keep the driver and passenger comfortable in any climate. Unlimited models also have an available rear seat DVD player with a six-disc CD/MP3 changer and a premium speaker system. This is perfect to entertain the kids after a long day's hike or to watch the game while parked on the beach. Unlimited models add on to the Jeep state-of-the-art interiors. A Tilt Steering Column and an Electronic Information Center only add to the comfortable and convenient interiors of both models.

4.2. Infotainment System

Wrangler's rugged and open interior can pose a threat to the electronic navigation unit, and the elements of nature can be unwelcome to a touch screen device. The MyGig multimedia interface package has a 20GB hard drive and can store over 1000 songs and photos. This system can also support Gracenote music file management, has a voice command option, and features a touch screen control. Although this unit boasts, it is still not the most luxurious system available. The MyGig system is the best in custom install with a double DIN screen. The most premium install available for Wrangler is the Grand Cherokee REC system. This is a true double DIN unit with a motorized face, GPS with turn-by-turn directions, off-road mapping, and points of interest. The REC unit will likely not be available in the 2011 Wrangler due to the new body style that is set to release.

The Jeep Wrangler, just like the Jeep Unlimited, supports various infotainment systems and related technologies. But in this model, it is possible to install the customer's choice of an infotainment system as well. The 6.5-inch screen is the main focal point for Wrangler's media centre. The centre stack can be single or double DIN, and even a separate screen can be mounted. Factory system options include the base model system with a single disc CD player and no GPS navigation. The premium model features GPS with a navigation system, which is a simple, user-friendly Garmin-based interface. Both options support U-Connect hands-free phone. It is possible to buy a Wrangler with the above-mentioned unit and no screen. In this case, an accessory screen will be mounted on top of the centre stack.

4.3. Safety Features

Finally, the last thing to mention is that according to the vehicle-to-vehicle comparison, the Jeep Wrangler comes out on top. All the safety ratings were higher on the Wrangler than the Wrangler Unlimited. By no means is the Wrangler Unlimited unsafe; however, it is quite an interesting result.

The frontal barrier test at 35 mph into a deformable barrier, the safety cage of both Wranglers held together and even the footwell intrusion was minimal on both sides. The airbags were enough to protect the dummy's head from any substantial contact with any hard structures of the vehicle. The airbags in both Wranglers are dual front airbags; however, the Unlimited model has the option of supplementing the airbags with side airbags in the front. Both models of the Wrangler also have electronic stability control to assist the driver in maintaining control in extreme steering maneuvers. This feature is proven to be effective as studies have shown that ESC reduces the risk of having fatal single vehicle crashes by 51% and fatal single vehicle rollovers by 74% in vehicles for 2004 models and later.

This topic is crucial when it comes to driving on the roads today. We all want a vehicle we feel safe in and furthermore, we desire something that will protect our loved ones. The safety of a vehicle can be a deal breaker or a deal maker for a lot of people, which is why it is important to be well informed. The four-door Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and two-door Jeep Wrangler were one of the few vehicles not to earn a "poor" rating in the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety tests on the rear impact crash. This is because the vehicles were constructed with a bar that connects the two sides of the rear frame. This was effective in reducing intrusion in the test, which in turn helped prevent injury.


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