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Featured Emegency Vehicles

Below are the main vehicles that we feature for use as police and company fleet vehicles. These vehicles can be purchased with no equipment or fully equipped. Unlike other emergency vehicle dealers, we don't just sell, recondition, or equip vehicles, we do both. This service reduces expenses and hassles from doing otherwise. Note that the vehicles listed below are not the only ones that we will sell and equip. Over time more vehicles will be added to this list. Though all of the following vehicles may not currently be in stock, if you currently have one and would like to have it equipped or reconditioned, we will do so.

On these pages you will find detailed reviews of past and upcoming police vehicles to help you choose which suits your agency's needs the best.

Ford Crown Victoria P71

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Our primary and most recommended police vehicle sold, the P71 is a dependable heavy duty sedan perfect for police and company fleets. Mechanics love these cars! They are easy to maintain and repair and rarely have any problems! The CV P71 is definitely one of the most relieable vehicles on the road today. For those who do not know much about the Crown Victoria Police Interceptors, they have many unique features.
Many features are as follows:

-Powerful 4.6L V8 Engine which gets an economic 18 City 25 Highway MPG
-Body-on-frame, RWD construction
-Reinforced suspension which gives the vehicle that sports car feeling
-5 Star Crash Test Rating so you know that you or your drivers will be safe
-Side-intrusion door beams for better side impact saftey
-Heavy-duty frame/suspension
-Large trunk for anything your deparment or company may need to transport
-Brakes – Power 4-wheel disc with Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
-Emergency interior trunk release
-200-amp maximum output alternator provides additional electrical capacity for
 police equioment
-Engine, power steering and transmission oil coolers
-Mirrors – fold-away dual power sideview
-Heavy-duty rubber floor covering
-Tilt steering column
-Seats – Front, cloth buckets, vinyl rear bench

Dodge Charger (06'-10')

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The Charger has brought a new fierce look which has been sought after for many years as the former leader the Crown Victoria rarley changes it's body style. The Charger also has helpful features that the Crown Victoria does not offer including an optional engine size of up to a 5.7L V8. Below are features for police chargers but we also supply civilian Chargers including trim levels SE, and SXT.
Many features are as follows:

-Best-in-class performance in four key categories: fastest acceleration,
 highest top speed, projected stopping distance, and Vehicle Dynamics
 Best-in-class available power — 368 hp and 395 lb-ft of torque (1)
 Best-in-class acceleration — 0 to 100 mph in 14.29 seconds (1)
 Best-in-class top speed — over 146 mph (1)
 Best-in-class vehicle dynamics — average lap time of 01:37.08 (1)
-Standard Electronic Stability Program (ESP)
-Only police vehicle available with a 5.7L HEMI® V8 with the Multi-
 Displacement System (MDS)
-Most available horsepower and torque (5.7L 368 hp, 390 lb.-ft of torque)
-Only rear-wheel-drive police vehicle with short/long arm front
 suspension and an independent five-link rear suspension
-160-amp High Output alternator with surge-protection diode
-Severe duty cooling system includes external oil coolers, engine oil,
 transmission fluid and power steering fluid
-Heavy-duty cloth front bucket seats with manual lumbar and rear fixed
 cloth bench seat
-Police performance-tuned steering with Telescoping Steering Wheel
-Automatic Oil Change Monitoring System
-Four-wheel heavy-duty ABS
-Energy-absorbing steering wheel
-Mid-vehicle-mounted saddlebag gas tanks

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Chevrolet Impala

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The Chevrolet police and fleet Impala are currently the least used of vehicles in the industry but that does not mean that they are no good. The reason that the Impala has been used less in the past (left image above) is due to the fact that it has been smaller in size than other police vehicles which can make the vehicles cramped when fully equipped. This proved less practical for rural usage but highly usful for city usage. Newer model Impala (right image above) are now more spacious but still not widly used due to the tense competition between the tough, large, most economic of police vehicles Ford Crown Victoria and the new breath-taking and inovative Dodge Chargers.
Many of the features are as follows:

-3900 Series SFI V6 Engine
-Heavy-Duty 4T65E 4-Speed Automatic
-4-Wheel Independent suspension
-Struts, front Heavy Duty
-Power, Rack-and-Pinion steering
-Fuel tank capacity 17 Gallon (64 Liters)
-Stainless Steel, Single with Dual Outlets Exaust System
-4-Wheel Anti-Lock Disc Brakes with Police Calibration and Heavy Duty Front Brake Pads
-150-AMP; with Idle Boost (Transmission in Park or Neutral) Based on Battery Energy Level

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