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The 14 Best Plug-In Hybrid SUVs of 2024-2025, Ranked By Reliability Score

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Since the dawn of the automotive industry, fuels like oil, gasoline, and diesel have been the standard power source for nearly all vehicles on the road. In recent years, however, electric vehicles (EVs) have started taking up more and more space, with the top manufacturers beginning to make the swap to EVs as more of them hit the streets each year. But if you’re not ready to make the jump to all-electric, there’s another option that offers the best of both worlds: plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs).




Plug-in hybrids are different from standard hybrid vehicles like the Toyota Prius because, unlike a regular hybrid, you can actually plug a PHEV into an electric power source and charge the onboard battery. These PHEVs have batteries that are big enough to drive the vehicle on its own for a short time before having to fire up the internal combustion engine and run off gasoline. In a regular hybrid, the small onboard batteries are charged during normal driving processes, allowing the vehicle to alternate between power sources, but you never plug them in.

This is why PHEVs offer a nice bridge between gasoline-powered vehicles and all-electric vehicles for anyone looking to dip their toes into the space. The good thing is that plug-in hybrids are made in just about every vehicle class, so anyone looking for a car or SUV can find one to plug in and venture into the world of electric cars.


Their combination of cargo capacity, versatility, comfort, and fuel economy make PHEV SUVs some of the most sought-after vehicles on the market, but it’s important that you get one that’s going to last a long time without giving you too many issues. That’s where Consumer Reports’ Predicted Reliability Score comes in. This metric, a major aspect of Consumer Reports’ Overall Score, is a forecast of how well a particular vehicle is going to perform over time, while also taking that model’s recent history into account.

To help make it easy to find the right PHEV SUV for you, here’s a list of the 14 most reliable plug-in hybrid SUVs on the market, according to Consumer Reports. For any models with the same Reliability Score, their relative ranking is determined based on the Overall Score from Consumer Reports (CR).

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In order to give you the most up-to-date and accurate information possible, the data used to compile this article was sourced from various manufacturer websites and Consumer Reports.



14 2024 Chrysler Pacifica PHEV

Predicted Reliability Score: 14/100

2024 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid
Chrysler

Starting off the list is far and away the least reliable plug-in hybrid that Consumer Reports includes in this segment, and that’s the 2024 Chrysler Pacifica PHEV. The only plug-in hybrid minivan on the market, the Pacifica PHEV has a Reliability Score of just 14/100, indicating that it is expected to be far less reliable than other options on the market. That said, it does carry the Chrysler name, and the Pacifica has been one of the best available next to the Toyota Sienna, so it might not be as bad as it seems.


Performance Specifications

Engine

3.6-liter six-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine

Transmission

CVT

Battery

16.0 kWh Net

Horsepower

260 HP

Torque

N/A

Driveline

FWD

0-60 MPH

7.8 Seconds

Top Speed

N/A

Towing Capacity

N/A

(Data sourced from Chrysler and Consumer Reports)


Only offered with a front-wheel drive (FWD) powertrain, the Pacifica PHEV combines a 3.6-liter engine with a 16.0 kilowatt-hour (kWh) battery to produce 260 horsepower, which is only enough to get the minivan to 60 miles per hour (MPH) in 7.8 seconds, one of the slowest times on this list. In terms of reliability, Consumer Reports feels that the powertrain, brakes, and in-car electronics are far worse than average, which drags the score so low. That said, it scores well above average for steering and suspension, climate control, and overall build quality.

Pros

  • Best-in-class cargo capacity
  • Combined 82 MPGe in hybrid mode
  • Only plug-in hybrid minivan

Cons

  • Underwhelming performance
  • Only available in FWD
  • Chrysler suggests not towing with the hybrid Pacifica

13 2024 Volvo XC60 Recharge

Predicted Reliability Score: 21/100

2024 Volvo XC60 Recharge Plug-in Hybrid
Volvo


Coming in as Consumer Reports’ second least reliable plug-in hybrid SUV is the Volvo XC60 Recharge with a score of just 21/100. The 2024 XC60 Recharge combines a turbocharged 2.0-liter internal combustion engine with an 18.8 kWh battery to produce an impressive 455 horsepower and 523 pound-feet of torque, making it one of the most powerful SUVs on this list. This powertrain is enough to propel the XC60 Recharge from 0 to 60 MPH in just 4.5 seconds, faster than most gas-powered cars on the street.

Performance Specifications

Engine

2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine

Transmission

Eight-Speed automatic

Battery

18.8 kWh Net

Horsepower

455 HP

Torque

523 LB-FT

Driveline

AWD

0-60 MPH

4.5 Seconds

Top Speed

113 MPH

Towing Capacity

3,500 Pounds


(Data sourced from Volvo and Consumer Reports)

Its lower Reliability Score stems from the fact that the only two systems or components that CR ranks above average are the steering/suspension and brakes. Everything else, including the powertrain, electronics, build quality, and climate system all received the lowest score possible, dragging it down to just 21/100. All that said, Consumer Reports gave it a score of 86/100 on the road test, indicating that the car performs well, but they don’t see the XC60 Recharge as a reliable option.

Pros

  • High power output for a hybrid
  • 0-60 MPH in 4.5 seconds
  • Upscale, yet simple, interior design

Cons

  • 32-mile electric driving range
  • Below-average cargo capacity
  • Google infotainment system can be clunky

12 2024 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe

Predicted Reliability Score: 26/100

A parked 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Hybrid
Jeep/Stellantis


Coming up next with another unimpressive Reliability Score of just 26/100 is the 2024 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe. With a history of being a bit of a gas-guzzler, seeing a hybrid Jeep might be a bit odd to some, but it has an impressive powertrain and provides solid performance. By combining a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with a 14.0 kWh battery, the Jeep hybrid pumps out 375 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque, which makes it more powerful and faster than most of the gas-powered Jeeps out there.

Performance Specifications

Engine

2.0-liter four-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine

Transmission

Eight-Speed automatic

Battery

14.0 kWh Net

Horsepower

375 HP

Torque

470 LB-FT

Driveline

4WD

0-60 MPH

5.3 Seconds

Top Speed

117 MPH

Towing Capacity

3,500-6,000 Pounds


(Data sourced from Jeep and Consumer Reports)

Like a few of the other models on this list, Consumer Reports does not provide a detailed breakdown of the reliability score, stating only that it’s based on other models of the Grand Cherokee and Jeep’s history. One thing about the hybrid Jeep that’s lacking is its electric-only range, with the 14.0 kWh battery only able to provide 26 miles of driving before needing assistance from the gas engine. This is the worst battery-only range of any SUV on this list.

Pros

  • More powerful than gas-only Jeeps
  • Best towing capacity in the segment
  • Top-notch off-road capability

Cons

  • Only 26 miles of electric range
  • Higher trims than the base model get expensive
  • No breakdown of its Reliability Score

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11 2024 Alfa Romeo Tonale

Predicted Reliability Score: 30/100

2024 Alfa Romeo Tonale (2)
Alfa Romeo


The first luxury model on this list, the 2024 Alfa Romeo Tonale comes in with another low Reliability Score of 30/100. The Italian SUV is powered by the smallest engine (tied with the Dodge Hornet) on this list, a 1.3-liter four-cylinder gas engine with a rear-mounted 12.0 kWh battery. Even with its small footprint, this powertrain produces a respectable 285 horsepower and 347 pound-feet of torque, enough to get you to 60 MPH in just 5.5 seconds. After that, the power starts to taper off, and it struggles to continue pulling at high speeds.

Performance Specifications

Engine

1.3-liter four-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine

Transmission

Six-Speed automatic

Battery

12.0 kWh Net

Horsepower

285 HP

Torque

347 LB-FT

Driveline

AWD

0-60 MPH

5.5 Seconds

Top Speed

125 MPH

Towing Capacity

2,000 Pounds


(Data sourced from Alfa Romeo and Consumer Reports)

Unfortunately, Consumer Reports does not provide any details about its low Reliability Score except that it’s based on the brand’s history. It may also have something to do with the fact that the Tonale has already had four recalls issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). These recalls include issues with wheel/tire size information missing, incorrect payload/towing capacity, and rear pedestrian warning failure.

Pros

  • Aesthetically pleasing styling
  • Luxury feel inside and out
  • Above average acceleration

Cons

  • Steering can be sluggish
  • Powertrain is unimpressive at higher speeds
  • Seats are uncomfortable for a luxury SUV

10 2024 Dodge Hornet Plug-in Hybrid

Predicted Reliability Score: 42/100

2024 Dodge Hornet R/T
Dodge


After a pretty big jump in reliability, we have the Dodge Hornet Hybrid coming in with a score of 42/100. The engine and battery combination that powers the Hornet is identical to the one in the Alfa Romeo above, since Fiat owns both companies. In the Hornet, however, this powertrain is slightly more impressive, pumping out 288 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque, though the 0 to 60 MPH time is the exact same 5.5 seconds.

Performance Specifications

Engine

1.3-liter four-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine

Transmission

Six-Speed automatic

Battery

12.0 kWh Net

Horsepower

288 HP

Torque

383 LB-FT

Driveline

AWD

0-60 MPH

5.5 Seconds

Top Speed

128 MPH

Towing Capacity

2,000 Pounds


(Data sourced from Dodge and Consumer Reports)

Also similar to the Tonale above is that Consumer Reports hasn’t provided any information about the Hornet’s reliability, other than that it’s based on the history of the brand. At the very least, the Dodge Hornet hasn’t had any recalls issued by the NHTSA yet, so it looks like the Hornet might actually be better built than the Tonale, hence the higher Reliability Score.

Pros

  • Quick acceleration
  • Pulls harder at high speeds than the Tonale
  • Lots of standard features

Cons

  • Road manners could be better
  • Cabin is loud at higher speeds
  • High starting price for the segment

9 2024 Ford Escape Plug-in Hybrid

Predicted Reliability Score: 43/100

2024 Ford Escape Hybrid
Ford


Barely beating out the Dodge Hornet is another entry from a well-known American carmaker, the 2024 Ford Escape Hybrid, with a Reliability Score of 43/100. The Ford Escape Hybrid has two engine options, with the bigger one being a 2.5-liter four-cylinder combined with the smallest battery on this list of just 10.7 kWh. This powertrain produces just 210 horsepower and 155 pound-feet of torque, and the Escape takes 7.7 seconds to reach 60 MPH.

Performance Specifications

Engine

2.5-liter four-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine

Transmission

Eight-Speed automatic

Battery

10.7 kWh Net

Horsepower

210 HP

Torque

155 LB-FT

Driveline

FWD

0-60 MPH

7.7 Seconds

Top Speed

122 MPH

Towing Capacity

1,500 Pounds


(Data sourced from Ford and Consumer Reports)

Even though it has the smallest battery on this list, it can still go up to 37 miles on the battery alone, which is among the best electric-only range of any SUV here. Consumer Reports yet again provides no details about the reliability of the Escape Hybrid and why it has a score of 43/100, but the company believes it will have right around average reliability compared to other new SUVs. With Ford’s history and the successful past of the Escape Hybrid, you can expect the 2024 model to be up there with the best options on the market.

Pros

  • 37-mile electric driving range
  • Balanced steering and handling
  • Multiple plug-in hybrid engine options

Cons

  • Only has a 1,500-pound towing capacity
  • Stiff suspension and firm ride
  • Lots of plastic used in the interior


8 2024 Hyundai Tuscon Plug-in Hybrid

Predicted Reliability Score: 48/100

A Blue 2024 Hyundai Tuscon Hybrid
Hyundai

Almost reaching a Reliability Score of 50, the 2024 Hyundai Tuscon Plug-in Hybrid sits at 48/100, which might seem a little low for an SUV with an Overall Score of 82/100. The newest addition to the Tuscon family is a capable hybrid SUV that makes 261 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, and it can even tow up to 2,000 pounds. It may have one of the smaller batteries of any hybrid on this list at 13.8 kWh, but it can still go up to 33 miles without using any gas.


Performance Specifications

Engine

1.6-liter four-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine

Transmission

Six-Speed automatic

Battery

13.8 kWh Net

Horsepower

261 HP

Torque

258 LB-FT

Driveline

AWD

0-60 MPH

7.1 Seconds

Top Speed

132 MPH

Towing Capacity

2,000 Pounds

(Data sourced from Hyundai and Consumer Reports)

The Tuscon is one of the most recognizable names on this list, as it has been a mainstay of the SUV industry for two decades, so its relatively low Reliability Score may come as a surprise. Consumer Reports gives the Tuscon high marks on the brakes, climate system, in-car electronics, and overall build quality. But it scores well below average in terms of powertrain and suspension, bringing its total score down to just 48.


Pros

  • Solid fuel economy with the battery
  • Plenty of power
  • Handles well at high speeds

Cons

  • Fuel economy without the battery is poor
  • Potentially unreliable powertrain
  • Weird gear selector

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7 2024 BMW X5 xDrive50e Plug-in Hybrid

Predicted Reliability Score: 53/100

Front 3/4 shot of the 2024 BMW X5
BMW

By far the highest-rated luxury PHEV SUV according to Consumer Reports, the 2024 BMW X5 xDrive50e has an Overall Score of 88/100 and a Reliability Score of 53/100, the first one on this list crossing the halfway mark to a perfect score. It’s also the most powerful and capable SUV ranked here, with its 3.0-liter engine producing 483 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque, enough to reach 60 MPH in just 4.6 seconds and also tow nearly 6,000 pounds.


Performance Specifications

Engine

3.0-liter turbocharged six-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine

Transmission

Eight-Speed automatic

Battery

25.7 kWh Net

Horsepower

483 HP

Torque

516 LB-FT

Driveline

AWD

0-60 MPH

4.6 Seconds

Top Speed

155 MPH

Towing Capacity

5,952 Pounds

(Data sourced from BMW and Consumer Reports)


For a vehicle that costs as much as this one does, you might expect it to be a bit more reliable than the score Consumer Reports gave it. Unfortunately, the company doesn’t provide any details about its scoring, only saying that it’s based on historical data for the X5 and on questionnaire responses from CR subscribers. Given it has the second-highest Overall Score of any SUV on this list, you could consider giving the X5 Plug-in Hybrid the benefit of the doubt if you’re on the fence about buying one.

Pros

  • Responsive and powerful
  • Fast acceleration
  • Up to 5,952-pound towing capacity

Cons

  • Expensive compared to other SUVs
  • Horrible fuel economy without the battery
  • Controls can be tough to master

6 2024 Lexus NX450h+ Plug-In Hybrid

Predicted Reliability Score: Not Yet Rated (4/5)

2023 Lexus NX 450h+ Hybrid
Lexus


These next two are a bit different since Consumer Reports hasn’t given them an official Reliability Score just yet, but the 2024 Lexus NX450h+ is expected to do well. Based on its history and early testing, CR has given the new Lexus model a predicted score of 4/5, an indication that the detailed Reliability Score should be in line with other vehicles that have gotten this same rating. The Lexus NX Hybrid makes just over 300 horsepower, hits 60 MPH in 6.0 seconds flat, and can go 37 miles on just the battery.

Performance Specifications

Engine

2.5-liter four-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine

Transmission

ECVT

Battery

18.1 kWh Net

Horsepower

304 HP

Torque

167 LB-FT

Driveline

AWD

0-60 MPH

6.0 Seconds

Top Speed

124 MPH

Towing Capacity

2,000 Pounds


(Data sourced from Lexus and Consumer Reports)

Until testing is complete, Consumer Reports isn’t releasing much information about the reliability of the NX 450h+, but the company’s overall sentiment towards the SUV is positive. It cites responsive steering and handling, class-leading 38 MPG fuel economy, and an upgraded infotainment system to replace the sluggish one from previous model years. Plus, Lexus models are built on Toyota platforms, which are among the most reliable vehicles in the world.

Pros

  • 38 MPG fuel economy
  • Nearly 40 miles of electric range
  • Upgraded infotainment system

Cons

  • Reliability testing is not yet complete
  • Unimpressive cargo capacity
  • Expensive compared to non-luxury SUVs

5 2024 Lexus RX450h+ Plug-in Hybrid

Predicted Reliability Score: Being Tested (4/5)

2024 Lexus RX Hybrid
Lexus


Another Lexus and another model that Consumer Reports has not yet rated, but, at the time of writing, the 2024 Lexus RX450h+ is currently being tested, so its scores should be available soon. Similar to the NX450h+ above, the RX450h+ has been given a 4/5 predicted reliability score, suggesting that it, too, will score similarly to the surrounding models on this list. It uses the exact same powertrain as the NX450h+, meaning it offers plenty of power and electric-only range.

Performance Specifications

Engine

2.5-liter four-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine

Transmission

ECVT

Battery

18.1 kWh Net

Horsepower

304 HP

Torque

167 LB-FT

Driveline

AWD

0-60 MPH

6.0 Seconds

Top Speed

124 MPH

Towing Capacity

2,000 Pounds


(Data sourced from Lexus and Consumer Reports)

This is the first PHEV on the two-year-old Lexus RX line, and it doesn’t disappoint. It comes at the top end of the available trims, and its starting price indicates that it will be even better than other Lexus models. The RX450h+ is also built on a Toyota platform and uses the same guts and internals as something like the RAV4 Prime, which is yet another indication that it performs incredibly well and should be considered among the most reliable hybrid SUVs you can buy.

Pros

  • Over 300 horsepower
  • 83 MPGe combined while in hybrid mode
  • Built on a reliable Toyota platform

Cons

  • Most expensive option on this list
  • Consumer Reports’ testing is not complete
  • RX line of vehicles is only two years old

4 2024 Kia Sportage Plug-in Hybrid

Predicted Reliability Score: 64/100

2024 Kia Sportage Hybrid-5
Kia


Next up is the 2024 Kia Sportage Plug-in Hybrid, which is undoubtedly one of the most recognizable models on this list. The Sportage has been a popular SUV option for years, and the new hybrid might just be one of the best models yet. Similar to how the two Lexus models above share a powertrain, the new Kia comes with the exact same 1.6-liter motor and 13.8 kWh battery combination as the 2024 Hyundai Tuscon from earlier in the list.

Performance Specifications

Engine

1.6-liter four-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine

Transmission

Six-Speed automatic

Battery

13.8 kWh Net

Horsepower

261 HP

Torque

258 LB-FT

Driveline

AWD

0-60 MPH

7.1 Seconds

Top Speed

132 MPH

Towing Capacity

2,000 Pounds


(Data sourced from Kia and Consumer Reports)

With the same powertrain as the Hyundai, it might seem odd that the Kia Sportage scores so much higher according to Consumer Reports’ Reliability Score, but it does. In fact, the report shows high scores for everything across the board, indicating that CR expects the powertrain to be more reliable in the Sportage than it is in the Tuscon.

Pros

  • 87/100 Overall Score from Consumer Reports
  • Spacious, comfortable interior
  • Responsive steering and tight handling

Cons

  • Less fuel-efficient than other models
  • Only 34 miles of electric range
  • The identical powertrain scored low in the Hyundai Tuscon

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3 2024 Mazda CX-90 Plug-in Hybrid

Predicted Reliability Score: 67/100

White 2024 Mazda CX-90 Plug-In-Hybrid
Mazda


With a Reliability Score of 67/100 from Consumer Reports, the 2024 Mazda CX-90 Plug-in Hybrid takes the next spot, just beating out the Sportage’s 64/100 score. The Mazda’s hybrid powertrain combines a 2.5-liter engine with a 17.8 kWh battery to produce a total of 323 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque. These numbers are enough to make the CX-90 PHEV a little bit of fun to drive, though Mazda has not published any raw performance data yet.

Performance Specifications

Engine

2.5-liter four-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine

Transmission

Eight-Speed automatic

Battery

17.8 kWh Net

Horsepower

323 HP

Torque

369 LB-FT

Driveline

AWD

0-60 MPH

N/A

Top Speed

118 MPH

Towing Capacity

3,500 Pounds


(Data sourced from Mazda and Consumer Reports)

Even though the CX-90 Plug-In scores well in terms of reliability, Consumer Reports doesn’t provide a detailed breakdown of what it likes and dislikes most. It states that the score is based mainly on the regular CX-90, which has an identical score of 67/100 largely based on previous model years and Mazda’s history as a whole.

Pros

  • 3,500-pound towing capacity
  • 323 horsepower with premium fuel
  • Agile, responsive handling

Cons

  • Stiffer suspension than other SUVs
  • Interior can feel a bit cheap
  • Fuel economy in hybrid mode is lacking

2 2024 Toyota RAV4 Prime

Predicted Reliability Score: 84/100

RAV4 Hybrid XSE parked outside
Toyota


Next up is arguably the most popular hybrid SUV on the market, the 2024 Toyota RAV4 Prime, with a score of 84/100. Also listed as the best overall plug-in hybrid SUV according to Consumer Reports, with an Overall Score of 89/100, the RAV4 Prime has everything you could want in a new SUV. It makes over 300 horsepower, races to 60 MPH in under six seconds, and can drive up to 42 miles on just the 18.1 kWh battery alone.

Performance Specifications

Engine

2.5-liter four-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine

Transmission

ECVT

Battery

18.1 kWh Net

Horsepower

302 HP

Torque

165 LB-FT

Driveline

AWD

0-60 MPH

5.7 Seconds

Top Speed

124 MPH

Towing Capacity

2,500 Pounds


(Data sourced from Toyotaand Consumer Reports)

The RAV4 has been a staple of Toyota’s lineup for years now, and the 2024 Prime Hybrid Plug-In tops them all as arguably the best one yet. Without the battery, the RAV4 Prime gets 34 MPG, and the ECVT transmission provides a smooth driving experience. The only knock that CR has on the RAV4’s reliability is the in-vehicle electronics, which are expected to perform worse than in recent years.

Pros

  • RAV4’s historic reliability
  • 0-60 MPH in 5.7 seconds
  • Tow up to 2,500 pounds

Cons

  • In-car electronics are expected to be unreliable
  • Oddly long stopping distance
  • Loud noise while in reverse

1 2024 Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid

Predicted Reliability Score: 87/100

2024 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport profile shot
Mitsubishi


Rounding off the list as the most reliable PHEV SUV on the road today is the Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid. Somewhat of a surprise to see a Mitsubishi model outrank big names like Hyundai or Toyota, but the Outlander is rated as one of the best overall hybrid SUVs on the market, snagging an Overall Score of 82/100. It offers solid performance from its 2.4-liter engine, and the 20.1 kWh battery provides up to 38 miles of range.

Performance Specifications

Engine

2.4-liter four-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine

Transmission

CVT

Battery

20.1 kWh Net

Horsepower

248 HP

Torque

332 LB-FT

Driveline

AWD

0-60 MPH

6.6 Seconds

Top Speed

110 MPH

Towing Capacity

1,500 Pounds


(Data sourced from Mitsubishi and Consumer Reports)

Consumer Reports provides very little detail about how the Outlander scored so high, except to say that it’s based on limited data from the manufacturer and the history of the SUV. Unlike other models like the RAV4, CR doesn’t give any breakdown of what’s the most reliable aspect and what they’re not a fan of. Maybe not the most glamorous first-place winner on any list, but based on this score, you can expect a new Outlander Hybrid to be much more reliable than other new SUVs in the segment.

Pros

  • Best reliability score of any plug-in hybrid SUV
  • Comfortable and functional interior
  • Third-row seating

Cons

  • Poor fuel economy for its class
  • 38-mile battery-only range is lacking
  • Steering can feel loose

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