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Las Vegas Chooses Ford P.I. Utility for Patrol

February 22, 2013
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department chose Ford's Police Interceptor Utility as its new standard patrol vehicle, after more than two years of research, testing, evaluation, and feedback.

Iowa City Reconsiders Patrol Car Choice

January 30, 2013
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is re-evaluating its decision to go with the Chevrolet Caprice PPV as its primary patrol car. The city originally purchased seven Caprice PPVs in late 2012 but since then has been testing Ford's and Chrysler's latest police models.

Code 3 Introduces Ford PI Side Marker Light

January 9, 2013
Code 3 has introduced the Side Marker light kit for the Ford Police Interceptor sedan. These lights are designed to fit in Ford's existing side marker light units.

Va. Agency Transitioning to Ford P.I. Utility

January 8, 2013
The Albemarle County (Va.) Police Department has chosen to transition to the Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicles, replacing its Ford Crown Victoria police sedans.

Chicago PD Receives First Ford Police Interceptors

December 21, 2012
The Chicago Police Department has taken delivery of 51 new Ford Police Interceptor Utility and sedan vehicles from its initial order of 500 patrol vehicles built within city limits.

2013 Police Vehicle Testing

November 1, 2012

Evaluators in Michigan and Southern California have completed their testing of the 2013 model-year patrol cars, SUVs, and motorcycles. View these photos from the test sites that show the vehicles in action. Read "How to Use Police Vehicle Tests" for the full story.

In-Service Cop Cars: Ford Police Interceptor Sedan

October 24, 2012

After retiring its venerable Crown Victoria Police Interceptor, Ford offered law enforcement agencies two choices—the Police Interceptor sedan and P.I. Utility. The vehicles provide a balance of fuel efficiency and power. View our gallery of in-service Ford Police Interceptor sedans, and then read "The New Recruits: In-Service Cop Cars" for detailed stories of agencies using them. Photos provided by the respective agencies unless otherwise noted.

Michigan State Police Release 2013 Patrol Vehicle Test Results

October 17, 2012
The Michigan State Police (MSP) has released preliminary results from its testing of 2013 model-year police vehicles. MSP’s tests included acceleration and speed, braking, and vehicle driving dynamics.

Oklahoma City Buys 2013 Ford Police Interceptors

September 28, 2012
The Oklahoma City Police Department recently purchased 78 newly redesigned 2013 Ford Police Interceptor sedans for its uniformed patrol operations. The department stated that out of the 78, 54 sedans are front-wheel drive and 24 are all-wheel drive models.

Ford Adds 3.7-Liter Engine To Police Interceptor Sedan

September 13, 2012
Ford has upgraded its 2013 Police Interceptor sedan, by adding the 3.7-liter V-6 variable camshaft timing (Ti-VCT) engine previously available only on the Police Interceptor Utility.

N.M. State Police Choose Ford P.I. Sedan

September 12, 2012
The New Mexico State Police purchased 54 Ford Police Interceptor sedans to replace its aging fleet of Ford Crown Vics, citing the vehicle's blend of performance, fuel economy, and safety features.

New Patrol Car Accessories Take Center Stage at Fleet Expo

August 16, 2012
Two things were clear from a visit to this year’s Police Fleet Expo: Ford’s new police interceptor sedan and police interceptor SUV are starting to make serious impact in the patrol vehicle market and manufacturers are searching for ways to make emergency vehicle operations safer.

Ford P.I. Utility Console

July 30, 2012
Gamber-Johnson's console box made specifically for the 2012-2013 Ford Utility Police Interceptor (PI) is designed for easy installation and is constructed of heavy-gauge steel and fully welded for long-term durability.

Ford P.I. Utility Cabinet

July 6, 2012
D&R Electronics' Explorer Cabinet Kit fits the 2013 model-year Ford Police Interceptor Utility and provides better organization of gear. The kit includes a cargo partition, single-drawer cabinet, electronics mounting panel, and lightweight powder-coated aluminum sub-frame.

NYPD Picks Ford P.I. Sedan As New Patrol Car

July 3, 2012
The city has entered into a preliminary agreement to purchase Ford's P.I. sedan or Ford's P.I. Utility for patrol officers. The NYPD's Support Services Bureau has begun developing a contract to purchase the vehicles from a New York dealer.

Virginia Troopers To Get Ford P.I. Sedans

July 2, 2012
The Virginia State Police have ordered 144 2013 Ford Police Interceptor sedans to begin replacing a fleet of aging Ford Crown Vics.

Fla. Sheriff Buys Ford Police Interceptor Sedans

June 14, 2012
The Marion County (Fla.) Sheriff's Office has received the first vehicle in an initial delivery of 36 new Ford Police Interceptor sedans equipped with 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 engines. The sheriff's office stated it is receiving four to five new Police Interceptors each week and will have 60 to 70 new vehicles within a few months.

CHP Shifts To Ford P.I. Utility for Patrol

May 31, 2012
The CHP picked the P.I. Utility for its payload capacity and versatility in handling a variety of missions including traffic enforcement, event security, and facility protection.

Gamber-Johnson Introduces Solution for Ford Utility Police Interceptor

April 30, 2012
Gamber-Johnson has introduced a new vehicle-specific console box that's designed specifically for the 2012-13 Ford Police Interceptor Utility. The console is available in two versions.

Iowa Department Purchases Ford Police Interceptors

April 17, 2012
Officers with the Des Moines (Iowa) Police Department will drive Ford's 2013 Police Interceptor sedan and utility as their new patrol car, following that City Council's approval of the new cars.
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