Law enforcement agencies demand more than just peak performance from their police vehicles. The diverse, reliable police and special service vehicles from Chevrolet deliver on all fronts: Cutting-edge safety features, interior room, impressive cargo capacity and efficient ownership costs.
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When the stakes are high, law enforcement officers depend on their equipment to be safe as well as effective. The Caprice, available today exclusively for police use, features advanced engineering and a larger interior then any other police sedan.
Chevrolet Tahoe, available in 2WD and 4WD, combines performance, utility, safety and low life-cycle cost. Tested by the Michigan State Police, the Tahoe 2WD is made for high pursuit, and the Tahoe 4WD has become the solution of choice for many first responders, including K9, tactical and other special applications.
An efficient and durable police car (as proven by the thousands purchased each year), Impala's already remarkable fuel economy and low cost of ownership are complemented by a new standard powertrain with improved highway fuel economy.
GM vehicles have proven again and again why they are a top choice for law enforcement professionals.
For more detailed information about the safety features of GM police vehicles, visit Police Vehicles Safety Information.
GM police vehicles are built to serve and protect the law enforcement officials who drive them. The Caprice, the Impala and the Tahoe all share the following safety features:
The Caprice PPV had the shortest stopping distance of any vehicle tested during the 2013 Michigan State Police Vehicle Evaluation.
The Caprice PPV is offered with a Limited Slip Rear Axle that can give more traction on snow, mud, ice, sand or gravel. It works like a standard axle most of the time, but when traction is low, this feature will allow the rear wheel with the most traction to move the vehicle. V8 standard, optional on V6.
The Caprice PPV's body structure is designed to maximize energy absorption during a crash and minimize potential intrusion into the passenger safety cell, which is strategically reinforced with steel up to seven times stronger than normal.
In severe frontal impacts, the steering column may collapse and, to help to reduce leg injury, the brake pedal attachment may release.
The Impala provides the outstanding safety performance expected of a family sedan.
The Impala is also the only large sedan that includes OnStar®, which can automatically send emergency help to a crash.
Not only does the Impala have standard anti-lock brakes, but it also includes Electronic Brake Force Distribution, which helps provide optimum braking regardless of load, traction or braking speed.
The 2012 Tahoe SUV RWD achieved an overall rating of four out of five stars in the Federal government's top frontal crash test ratings.
The Tahoe PPV is equipped with the Hill Start Assist feature, which may be useful when the vehicle is stopped on a grade. This feature is designed to prevent the vehicle from rolling, either forward or rearward, during vehicle drive off.
The Tahoe PPV is offered with an optional Locking Rear Axle that can give more traction on snow, mud, ice, sand or gravel. It works like a standard axle most of the time, but when traction is low, this feature will allow the rear wheel with the most traction to move the vehicle.
The 2012 Tahoe received the highest Ergonomics and Communication total rating for all vehicles tested by the Michigan State Police Evaluation team.