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Blog - Vehicles - September 2011

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<p>General Motors brought the second model year of its Chevy Caprice PPV to the annual Michigan tests. Photo: Paul Clinton.</p>

Michigan State Police Test 2012 Patrol Cars  

September 26, 2011
A vehicle that can reach 150 mph certainly presents officer-safety concerns, yet officers may sleep more soundly knowing the capabilities these new vehicles bring to the table.
<p>Dodge Durango Crew all-wheel drive. Photo: Paul Clinton.</p>

Dodge Considers Durango, Ram for Officers  

September 20, 2011
Chrysler may produce law enforcement versions of its Dodge Durango and Ram 1500 Crew Cab 4x4 if the automaker determines there's a market for the vehicles, company executives told POLICE Magazine.
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