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  1. Police, Taxis, Ambulances, etc
    The initial results are trickling in, and the Ecoboom Ford is now quickest and fastest, as Chrysler has clamped down a bit on top speeds. This is partly because agency liability concerns, but also because of Fleet's new policy for allowing customers to set their units to the top speed allowed by...
  2. Police, Taxis, Ambulances, etc
    As promised, below is Fleet's press release regarding the 2021 Pursuit models. As one goes through the lists of changes, there are very few surprises from what we've been predicting here in this forum, primarily because of the feedback supplied from those out in the field (for whom all of this...
  3. Police, Taxis, Ambulances, etc
    First, a tip 'o the hat to Patfromigh for the source. Fleet has not issued a 2021 LEV press-kit yet, but we'll use what they currently have out for a start. As noted previously, testing for MSP and LASD will be done in 2 parts, without spectators, between mid-September and late October...
  4. Police, Taxis, Ambulances, etc
    Details about the 2021 Dodge Law Enforcement models are finally trickling in. As predicted here at Allpar, the 2500 and 3500 Ram trucks are now available in a Special Service Package (SSV). This would infer that the 6.4HD and Cummins engines should be available, at least as options, but we'll...
  5. Police, Taxis, Ambulances, etc
    Not a huge amount of info. Fleet made the anticipated changes to the Durango Pursuit this past January. Newly available features include the vinyl floor and rear seat, dedicated police wiring harnesses, and a police-specific center floor console (no column shifter yet). Braking also got an...
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