Tuesday, September 07, 2010

2011 Dodge Charger Pursuit

What do you think?

Chevy has jumped back in, phasing out the Impala (eventually), and reintroducing the Caprice, in truth the Australian-built Holden, and for is phasing out the Crown Victoria Police Interceptor, with it’s replacement being the all-wheel drive, turbocharged V-6 Taurus SHO (rebranded as Interceptor). Take a first look at the response by Dodge, the Charger Pursuit.

2 comments:

Mixed Martial Arts said...

The electronic stability control options on this police spec charger is pretty neat. I'd like to see how it stacks up to Chevy's Caprice PPV in a side by side comparison. I'm glad Chevy is bringing it back, but I think it looks too tame.

Nathan Teodoro said...

Thanks for the comment. My understanding is that the Chevy is going to be quite a performer - perhaps beating the current Dodge. I was at the International Chiefs of Police show, and the Atlantic City Police Security Expo, and it's a nice car - to sit in. The room is comparable, in my subjective opinion to both Crown Vic and the Charger. The trunk room is comparable to the Charger - not that good.

I drive a Hemi Charger every day for my job, and love it, but I also like that it's built in the US. The Chevy will be built in Australia, to my understanding.