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2016 Michigan State Police Tests

By Law and Order Staff

Each year since the 1978 models, the Michigan State Police has tested a variety of police package (pursuit capable) patrol vehicles. These annual tests include acceleration to 100 mph, absolute top speed, braking from 60 mph after brake warm-up, road racing course lap times, an ergonomic and communications installation review, and EPA fuel economy ratings.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Nov 2015)
 

Chevrolet Police Vehicles for 2016

By Law and Order Staff

For 2016, the Tahoe PPV gets a fully automatic, police-oriented stability control system and the Tahoe SSV gets the option of an aggressive Off-Road package. The Bi-Fuel CNG Impala is an excellent “green” option for admin use.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Aug 2015)
 

Chevrolet Police Vehicles for 2016

By Police Fleet Manager Staff

For 2016, the Tahoe PPV gets a fully automatic, police-oriented stability control system and the Tahoe SSV gets the option of an aggressive Off-Road package. The Bi-Fuel CNG Impala is an excellent “green” option for admin use.

(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager Jul/Aug 2015)
 

Nautech Upfit Gateway Interface

By Kerr Industries Staff

Upfitting is becoming more technically sophisticated. It requires a continually higher level of integration with the OE vehicle systems. General Motors recognized this and partnered with Nautech Electronics to both simplify the process of upfitting a vehicle and enhance the integration between the aftermarket equipment and the vehicle. Their upfitting solution is a new product called an Upfit Gateway Interface Module.

(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager Jan/Feb 2013)
 

Overheard at PFE - Louisville

By Ed Sanow

All-New Tahoe, Restyled Charger

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Nov 2014)
 

Overheard at Police Fleet Expo - Southwest

By Ed Sanow

Overheard at Police Fleet Expo - Southwest

(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager May/Jun 2013)
 

Ford-Havis-LAPD Embedded Screen

By John Bellah

The technology and upfitting buzz of the season is the joint effort between the LAPD, Ford, Havis and Lectronix for an in-dash mounted screen in the two Ford Police Interceptors. This concept touchscreen is LAPD’s vision of the future police vehicle, the next step forward in police interiors and upfitting.

(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager Jan/Feb 2014)
 

Sedgwick County Sheriff Patrol Vehicle Evaluations

By Brad Hoch, Joe Page

Ed. Note: This evaluation is specific to the needs and requirements of the Sedgwick County, Kan. Sheriff’s Office. The results of their evaluation may differ from the needs and requirements of other police and sheriff’s departments. As such, their final results are not as important as their methodology (the selection process) used to obtain those results. The evaluation process used by the Sedgwick County Sheriff serves as a model to police and sheriff’s departments all across the nation. Police Fleet Manager Magazine welcomes similar evaluations performed by other departments totally regardless of the final results. Avoid buyer regret!

(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager Nov/Dec 2013)
 

Time on the Street with the Caprice Patrol Package

By Police Fleet Manager Staff

The new Caprice 9C1 Patrol has stunning acceleration, race car handling and strong brakes. It has a police-gear compatible center console and a massive rear seat. It is as big as a Ford CVPI and is almost as fast as a Camaro.

(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager Nov/Dec 2011)
 

New Engine for Caprice PPV: The Camaro's Hot V6

By Police Fleet Manager Staff

The Caprice PPV is now available with a 3.6L direct injection V6. Making 301 hp, this V6 gives the Caprice better acceleration and top speed than the Ford CVPI. This Caprice also gets better gas mileage than the CVPI. Frankly, this is the best engine for today’s largest police sedan.

(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager Jul/Aug 2012)
 
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