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Dealers to Benefit From New N.A.D.A. Official Used Car Guide and Reynolds and Reynolds Product

December 20, 2006

McLean, Va. — The N.A.D.A. Official Used Car Guide

Company's market-reflective used vehicle values have recently been integrated into two of Reynolds and Reynolds Company's dealer valuation applications to help guide dealers through the valuation process.

Reynolds now offers dealers easy access to N.A.D.A. values through two of its computer-based dealer management systems, Vehicle BookOut in the Reynolds Desking application and the Equity Calculator within its Contact Management program. Both tools are designed to help dealerships manage inventory, provide loan and lease payment comparisons and generate various

management reports. They also pull used vehicle data directly from the N.A.D.A Official Used Car Guide to help dealers determine trade-in and retail used passenger car and light-duty truck values.

"Integrating N.A.D.A. values into Reynolds and Reynolds new product extensions will help satisfy dealer needs for faster, more market-reflective vehicle valuation information," said Mike Stanton, vice president and chief operating officer, N.A.D.A. "Book Out and Equity Calculator will put our information right where it is most convenient for the dealer to access it. This new product is consistent with our goal to give dealers easy access to the information they have trusted and relied upon for years. It's a necessary link in the evolution of our offerings and we look forward to continuing working with Reynolds and Reynolds on other products

to satisfy dealer needs."

Dealer access to computer-based valuation data speeds up the vehicle valuation process. In addition to this new Reynolds and Reynolds product, N.A.D.A. currently offers online-based valuation applications to support this trend.

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