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Ford Police Interceptors: City Pursuit

Officers test the acceleration, handling and braking of the Ford Police Interceptor sedan and utility, the Chevrolet Tahoe PPV and Dodge Charger Pursuit on a tight, aggressive cone course. Source: Ford Motor Co.

March 07, 2011

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Chieftam @ 3/8/2011 7:15 AM

No doubt, Ford is going to do what they can to keep their market share, and they appear to have done a commendable job with the platforms they have to work with. However, in the pursuit and handling videos at least (all I watched) Ford chose to skew the results by utilizing scenarios and courses that best matched their products. Where is the front wheel drive Ford? This is the model most departments will purchase, and they won't handle on those courses like the AWD models. The AWD definately helps pull out of corners on tight pursuits and helps to balance the vehicle. Lets compare the front wheel drive Ford with the rear wheel drive Dodge and Chevy PPV and see how it goes.

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