Ford’s EcoBoost Police Interceptors Outrun Competition

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Ford’s EcoBoost Police Interceptors Outrun Competition
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Strong acceleration is important, it’s useful when merging onto a crowded expressway or towing a heavy trailer through the mountains. Speed is especially important for police vehicles as it gives law enforcement officers the power to take down bad guys. But who has the fastest cop car? Continue Reading...

Ohio Man One of the First Civilian Owners of a Chevy Caprice

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Ohio Man One of the First Civilian Owners of a Chevy Caprice
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The Chevy Caprice has been on sale in America for about a year now, but only if you’ve got a badge, and only as a special PPV (Police Patrol Vehicle) model. Or at least that’s what GM is trying to enforce. Several reports of dealers selling versions of the full-size, V8-powered, rear-wheel drive sedan to… Continue Reading...

Chevy Rumored to Sell Rear-Drive Holden Sedan in America: The Pontiac G8 Returns?

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Chevy Rumored to Sell Rear-Drive Holden Sedan in America: The Pontiac G8 Returns?
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Backing up the last reports from a few months back, General Motors appears ready to bring back the only truly exciting product Pontiac had to offer, the G8. Now with Pontiac dead the car will be badged as a Chevy (likely wearing the Caprice name), but the important part is that it will be based… Continue Reading...

No Chevy Caprice for North America Say Holden Sources

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No Chevy Caprice for North America Say Holden Sources
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We recently reported on rumors that Chevrolet is planning to bring back the Caprice full-sized sedan, based on the RWD Holden Statesman. This, however, is being denied by the folks at Holden, with Emily Perry, the Australian automaker’s communications director, commenting that “We have no plans to export that vehicle as a civilian car at… Continue Reading...

Report: GM Resurrects Chevy Caprice With 355-Horsepower Police Cruiser

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Report: GM Resurrects Chevy Caprice With 355-Horsepower Police Cruiser
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At the annual International Association of Chiefs of Police convention being held in Denver, Colorado, General Motors unveiled an all-new police cruiser, resurrecting the Chevrolet Caprice name. The General was rumored to be working on a police cruiser based on the Australian Holden Commodore (formerly rebadged and sold as the Pontiac G8 in North America)…. Continue Reading...