2011 Chevrolet Caprice Police car review and pictures

Posted on Friday, 23 September 2011 , 14:09:39 byAngela

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Chevrolet Caprice Police car

The 2011 Chevrolet Caprice Police car proves to be the best choice for law enforcement duty today, featuring incredible results that speak for themselves. Boasting a 125.8 ft. stopping distance, the Caprice PPV 6.0-liter V8 was best-in-class in the 60-0 braking test for the second straight year. James Soo, lead development engineer of the Caprice PPV, commented that the police officers around the nation had wanted a serious rear-drive performance cruiser and the Caprice had been designed and developed entirely for the police officer who strongly depended on performance and technology in order to get the job done. The top speed has been increased by 6 mph to 154 mph, outperforming its competitor embodied by the Ford Police Interceptor Taurus AWD turbo. The car model also boasts an unprecedented average deceleration rate of 30.77 feet per second. The Impala features a maximum speed of 150 mph, ensured by its new LFX 3.6-liter V6 engine, without compromising the safety performance or fuel efficiency of the vehicle. Delivering 28 mpg highway, the Impala PPV improved in the MSP 60 to 0 braking test by seven feet compared to 2010. The first and only traditional SUV designed for police use is represented by the Tahoe PPV and reaches a top speed of 139 mph together with a reduced stopping distance by seven feet as compared to its 2011 model, delivering top performance efficiently.