Ford Police Interceptor Utility
2019 Dodge Charger Pursuit was a very close second.-
It's more efficient and faster than the 3.7-liter V6
Ford isn't aware of fires, injuries, or accidents related to either recall.
Fords are quicker than Chevy and Dodge, but no matter which police car you come across, remember, you'll never outrun Motorola.
Available on 2017 Police Interceptor Utility models, spoiler-mounted rear lights are programable and can be set to red, blue, or amber.
Ford is set to offer a new "no profile" light bar option on its 2017 Police Interceptor Utility, and you probably won't be able to spot it until it's too late.
Ford now offers its Police Interceptors with optional front door protection that can stop armor-piercing rifle rounds.
Ford is recalling three different vehicle lines built between model years 2011 and 2015, including a number of service and specialty commercial vehicles.
The 2016 Ford Police Interceptor Utility might initially look like just the latest Explorer, but underneath its skin is a bushel of heavy-duty upgrades to make sure it can properly stop crime.
Perps beware: Ford has followed up on its update of the popular Explorer CUV with its latest Police Interceptor Utility, at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show.
Ford is poised to replace the Police Interceptor Utility with a new version based on the recently updated Explorer, set to debut at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show.
Ford unveiled its surveillance mode technology last year as an option for 2014 Ford Police Interceptor Sedan and Utility models, and it has been a huge success. Now, the automaker and its partner InterMotive Inc. have decided to license the patent-pending system, including possibly to competitors and the
There is a new vehicle that you should keep an eye out for when you're going a little too fast down the Interstate. Ford's Explorer-based Police Interceptor Utility was the bestselling new law enforcement model in the country last year, and signs show that won't be changing anytime soon.
Just last month, Ford announced its first-ever non-pursuit-rated version of the Police Interceptor sedan for agencies looking to maximize fuel economy, but that doesn't mean that Ford is giving up on chasing down the bad guys. While the Jeffrey N. Ross
Speeders beware, the police are going to be getting quite a bit faster. Ford has just announced that it will be offering its 3.5-liter, twin-turbocharged, EcoBoost V6 in the Explorer Police Interceptor. The new engine will be joining the existing 3.7-liter V6. The 365-horsepower,
Oh, how far things have come. NASCAR, as you may have heard, traces its roots back to moonshiners trying to outrun police cars. Now it'll be the stock cars chasing after the police when NASCAR rounds out the season at Homestead-Miami Speedway.