Fast Cars: Meet the Ford Police Responder Hybrid Sedan: 38 MPG Ford Fusion Hybrid Gets a Police Makeover

Fast Cars: Meet the Ford Police Responder Hybrid Sedan: 38 MPG Ford Fusion Hybrid Gets a Police Makeover

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32 Replies to “Fast Cars: Meet the Ford Police Responder Hybrid Sedan: 38 MPG Ford Fusion Hybrid Gets a Police Makeover”

  1. Crown Victoria is more reliable this will not catch on its too expensive to buy and maintain the Crown Victoria is simple transportation that's fast and quicker than this damn thing. I can guarantee you that this won't be on the the streets still in service almost 7 year after this car is discontinued like the Crown Victoria

  2. 1:001:20…with a few exceptions, the Chevy Caprice and Tahoe: both are available with an auxiliary battery that runs on a separate relay so that when it drains, the main car battery won't get drained…and then there's the Havis idleright fuel management system that monitors a police vehicles' battery level and automatically turns on the engine when it detects a low charge, then shuts off when full charge is reached….but I'm curious to see how this thing will do at the police vehicle testing in Michigan and L.A. County later this year.

  3. how much horsepower though? fuel economy is great and everything, but i don't think they're going to be catching criminals based on them running out of gas first…. lol

  4. The first thing that comes to mind is comedian Gabrielle Iglesias…"Imagine one of these pulling up to a drunk guy…Hey, is that a Prius…do me a favor…charge my phone!…but for real…if you're going to take me to jail, can you call a real police vehicle!!"

  5. Why do auto makers keep initially putting the gear selector on the console, or the dashboard in new Police Cars e.g., the Taurus and Caprice, and are moved to the column, due to Police request. Put it on the steering column where it can be grabbed quickly, and shifted by feel. When you watch shows like Cops, or Live PD, you see them go from Reverse to Drive and back again quickly, or quickly put it in Park, to get out of the car to pursue someone on foot.

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