Will benzylic halide undergo sn1 or sn2 mechanism?why?, Chemistry

Benzylic halide follows sn1 mechanism always...............the order of halides going sn1 rxn is
BENZYL>ALLYL>TERTIARY>SECONDARY>PRIMARY>METHYL
beacause of stability, benzyl & allyl r resonance stabilised

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Benzyl chloride is a  primary alkyl halide and undergo SN2 rapidly.

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