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Ford Expedition 04'-10'

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The Ford Expedition is a tough, relieable SUV great for towing trailers and moving your cargo and/or emergency equipment. Much like the Crown Victoria P71 also manufactured by Ford, the Expedition is built Ford tough to last you a long time of loyal and hard working service. Some of the Ford Expedition's features and specifications are:

*Features vary by model
-2 models now available: Expedition and the new Expedition EL
-EL includes a 5.4L SOHC 3-valve V8 engine with 6-speed automatic overdrive transmission
-Offers 108.2 cu. ft. of cargo space behind the 1st row, Expedition EL offers 130.8 cu. ft. behind
the first row
-2nd row map lights
-2nd and 3rd row coat hooks
-Air conditioning
-Alternator – 150-amp heavy duty
-Audio – Premium AM/FM stereo with single CD player and 6 speakers
-Automatic on/off headlamps with Autolamp and Rainlamp functions
-Brakes – Power disc with 4-wheel Anti-lock Brake System
-Cargo organizer (EL)
-Column shifter
-Fog lamps
-Mirror - Auto-dimming rearview
-Mirror – black, power heated sideview with security approach lamps
-Multi-link Independent Rear Suspension
-Power door locks and windows – One-touch-down driver-side feature
-Privacy glass
-Remote keyless entry – Illuminated entry with driver door keypad
-Step bars (4x2 non-EL only)
-Tilt steering column with cruise control
-Tow hooks (4x4 only)
-Trailer Tow – Integrated Class III hitch receiver with 4-pin connector
-Variable-assist power rack-and-pinion steering
-Adaptive stroking steering column
-AdvanceTrac® with RSC® (Roll Stability Control)
-Airbags – Driver and passenger passive restraints
-Airbags – Side thorax
-Brakes – Power disc with 4-wheel Anti-lock Brake System and Brake Assist
-Child safety locks (rear doors)
-LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren) System in rear outboard seats
-Personal Safety System® for driver and right-front passenger – Includes dual-stage front airbags, safety belt pretensioners, driver-seat position sensor, crash severity sensor and load limiting retractors
-Safety belts – color-keyed 3-point lap and shoulder belts for all outboard passengers (1st row adjustable shoulder harness)
-Safety Canopy™ System
-SecuriLock® passive anti-theft ignition system
-Side-intrusion door beams
-Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

2011 Dodge Charger


The newly redesigned Dodge Charger was about what we had expected when we inspected it in person from what we had recently heard on the internet. The exterior has a whole new body style. The new models will still be offered with the 5.7L V8 HEMI or the new 3.6L V6 High Output motor instead of the old 3.5L. The HEMI now has around 370 HP and continues to have surprisingly good MPGs due to its muti-displacement engine. The interior was oddly designed but efficient. It had a digital gauge cluster and new overall design. The seats were very comfortable and we took notice to the fact that the seat belt buckles were raised to accommodate police duty belts. Dodge strives for performance. They aim to build a police vehicle that cannot be out run while keeping the police officers as comfortable as possible in a car. We have found however that this vehicle is much less "duty specific" than the previous year models.

2011 Chevrolet Lineup - Caprice, Impala, Tahoe

2012 Ford Sedan and SUV Interceptors


Ford will be releasing two next generation police interceptors in 2012. The Crown Vic has one more year as a 2011 model and then the next gens will take over when the 2012 models come around. Ford is the only US motor company that is not releasing a new police specific model for 2011, though the two next gen vehicles will likely be a big hit once they do hit the streets. There is a sedan interceptor and an SUV. They both come with a standard twin turbo V6 engine which will be the only engine available. There is however an option for all wheel drive. Front wheel drive is standard which will not go over very well with officers nationwide as front wheel vehicles are more difficult to handle. Ford promised that they're new V6 engine will be capable of achieving about the same HP as the Chevy and Dodge V8's while beating them by a long shot on MPG, this however has been tested and proven incorrect. The vehicles do achieve higher MPG's, but possess far less overall speed. The SUV was very spacious inside and situated well for police usage. The Taurus version however was somewhat uncomfortable. The dashboard has a steep slant that makes reaching for controls strenuous and the seat was on the floor like a sports car. On top of that the steering wheel and pedals made our company representative who inspected the vehicle feel stretched out and cramped at the same time as a 6'1 person.

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