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25 Police Vehicles Civilians Can Actually Own

Cameron EittreimNovember 7, 2019

The thrill of owning a police pursuit vehicle is a prospect certain auto fans consider exciting. If you were unable to become a police officer, don’t fret. There’s a huge part of the car industry that specializes in rehabbing and recommissioning old police vehicles for civilian use. Like the military vehicles that head to auction every year, police vehicles are full of performance modifications. After all, have you ever wondered how a Ford Crown Victoria can keep up with a Porsche during a high-speed chase? Police vehicles are special, possessing many modifications that make them suitable for the daily demands thrown at them.

There seems to be a common misconception that to own a police vehicle you have to be in law enforcement. But this is not the case. State and city auctions are filled up with out-of-service vehicles that need a new home. Many of these vehicles were maintained and taken care of, but have a high amount of mileage. After a while, it becomes impossible for most government agencies to ensure these vehicles because of their shelf life. That means there is ample opportunity for civilians who want a stellar police vehicle that they can drive on the open road. Read on below as we take a look at 25 police vehicles that a civilian can own via Road and Track.

Armored Asian Hummer via Bing
Armored Asian Hummer via Bing

25. Armored Asian Hummer “Warrior”

The Hummer is one of the most iconic vehicles on the road today. If you want a superb off-road vehicle that can take you just about anywhere, a Hummer is going to be it. But what if you want a police issue Hummer to add a bit of flare? There happens to be a model that was designed for law enforcement and surprisingly you can get your hands on it. Take a look at the Armored Asian Hummer “Warrior.” Of course, the first stand out feature is the flush-mounted headlights and custom grill. Both of which let onlookers know this is no ordinary Hummer H1.

The police package takes it a step further as you go inside the Warrior thanks to steel ballistic padding. This five-sided armoring helps to protect occupants against gunfire and explosions. The usual Hummer flare is still on the interior with a good amount of walking space in between the captain’s chairs to help pick up stranded comrades. The frame of the Warrior has also been redone to incorporate ballistic grade steel, a far cry from the standard frame you get with the H1.

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Armored Chevy Tahoe via Bing

24. Armored Chevrolet Tahoe

The Tahoe Police Package is already one of the most popular variations of the Tahoe on the market right now. But what if you were able to take it a step further? The Armored Chevrolet Tahoe is essentially a police package Tahoe on steroids. The first thing you’ll notice about this Tahoe is the ballistic door panels. You’ll be protected against all types of gunfire and explosions should you drive into such an event. The bulletproofing doesn’t just stop there, as all of the glass is ballistic proven as well to prevent damage.

Engine-wise, the Armored Tahoe offers the capable police package withs a 5.3L V8 engine. The overall design of this Tahoe makes for a stellar police vehicle that civilians can drive and enjoy. You’ll notice the interior is much more comfortable than a lot of police cars currently on the market. That means that you can take this car just about anywhere in comfort and still enjoy the police package benefits. The Armored Chevrolet Tahoe is also four-wheel drive, which allows the vehicle to make it just about anywhere without getting stuck.

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Armored Copperhead via bing

23. Armored Copperhead

The Hummer was the ultimate off-road vehicle, and when it’s equipped with armor, it is even more intimidating. The Copperhead is another variation of the H1 that was designed for law enforcement applications. You might have seen the Armored Copperhead driving around an urban setting near you. These vehicles are often used for gang enforcement and other high crime areas where you need a vehicle that can handle gunfire and threats. The Copperhead is a beefed-up machine on a mission that can go anywhere.

The exterior looks thicker than the standard H1. This is to incorporate the armor protection that has been built into all of the door panels. The glass is capable of taking a .50 caliber bullet without shattering, protecting all of the occupants inside. The protection carries onto the door panels of the vehicle as well as the windshield. Engine damage is another threat so the engine compartment has been protected with armor as well. The entire Armored Copperhead has a thick level of armor that protects the vehicle while still offering a street-legal vehicle that you can drive around.

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Armored Kenworth via Bing

22. Armored Kenworth

The ultimate beast that will go anywhere and do anything is the Armored Kenworth. Designed for swat team applications, this 10-passenger behemoth is ready to take on urban warfare. The Armored Kenworth looks like something out of a movie. The Terminator-like exterior styling houses the massive Cummins diesel engine that sits beneath it. But to think that it’s difficult to drive this vehicle is dead wrong. The Armored Kenworth has a modern automatic transmission that allows you to drive just about anywhere with ease.

The interior is huge with enough space to fit an entire squadron. The fold-down rear seating makes it a cinch to get in and out of the thing. The dashboard is coated with mahogany wood trim which reminds you this is a very expensive toy. Kenworth is a brand that is known for creating one-of-a-kind monster machines, so it’s only right that the Armored Kenworth is a comfortable and unique ride. Ballistic bulletproofing is found all over the exterior of the vehicle and windows to the outside are limited to vents. The least amount of glass the better the vehicle will do under fire, and the glass it has is armored to the max.

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Armored Suburban via Bing

21. Armored Tactical Swat Suburban

Suppose you are an SUV shopper who likes everything about the Tahoe but you want something just a tad bit bigger. The Suburban has always been that step up in terms of size and interior volume that shoppers go for when the Tahoe just won’t cut it. The Armored Tactical Swat Suburban is built to take on an army and have fun doing it. Like with any Suburban, you get the functional interior that can seat eight full-sized adults comfortably. As with any police issue vehicle, the Armored Tactical Swat Suburban has a bare-bones interior that lacks many of the high-end options that you’ll find on normal models.

But for that small amount of sacrifice, you get one of the most menacing looking Suburban models on the road right now. The off-road tires are big enough to handle everything. There’s also a rear escape hatch that is fully armored where your team can escape the vehicle in a hurry. The roof-rack is deep enough to haul everything from kayaks to survival gear. The intense off-roading capability of the Armored Tactical Swat Suburban is only mirrored by the sheer amount of ballistic protection that is in the glass and door frames.

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Batt APX via Bing

20. Batt Apx

Who says an urban tactical assault vehicle can’t be fun? The Batt Apx is a smaller tactical assault vehicle that you can drive on the highway with ease. It’s based on the Ford F-550 platform, and you get 4×4 capability in addition to an engine with more torque. Great throttle response is only one aspect of the Batt Apx that makes it a great choice. Take one look at the compact Batt Apx and you know that you are in for something special. The Batt Apx is an intimidating armor law enforcement vehicle that still features a functional four-wheel-drive design that allows it to comb just about anything.

The entire firewall and exterior of the Batt Apx are ballistically bulletproofed for ample protection. But the shielding doesn’t stop there. The Apx also has a thick layer of ballistic glass which helps to protect occupants from oncoming gunfire. Naturally, you aren’t just going to be hiding out in the Apx. Sometimes you might need to drive it around. The Apx is still a maneuverable truck with a short wheelbase which makes big turns quite easy. Often enough with law enforcement vehicles like this, the maneuverability can be lackluster at best.

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Batt S via Bing

19. Batt S

The Ford F-550 is one mean truck, right? Well, imagine if you had one that was coated in tactical armor. The Batt S is that truck. Based on the F-550, it’s a law enforcement truck that you’ll want to keep for years to come. Because the Batt S is still basically a Ford F-Series pickup truck, it’s a lot easier to drive than an all-out tank. This is important when you have never actually driven a heavy-duty tactical vehicle before. The Batt S is manufactured for the law enforcement agency that needs a more maneuverable and budget-friendly vehicle.

Seating is capable of holding 12 crew members at once. The ballistic military-grade armoring that goes throughout the panels of the truck is what keeps it protected. There is built-in four-wheel-drive capability which helps the truck to go wherever you want to take it. The Batt S has the advantage of featuring a gasoline or diesel engine. Whichever combination you want to drive, you’ll experience a truck that drives a lot better than you’d expect it to. In a world of rare armored trucks, the Batt S stands out from the crowd.

Batt X via Bing
Batt X via Bing

18. Batt X

When it comes to a big, burly, and intimidating armored vehicle, the Batt X is it. Take one gander at this monstrous armored car and you are going to be amazed. 50. Cal ballistic protection protrudes through the body panels and the windshield and glass. That protection ensures that the Batt X can take just about anything you can throw at it. But that ballistic protection isn’t the only thing securing this big truck. There’s also a blast-mitigating floor panel that ensures the truck won’t be hit by a roadside explosion. The eight-passenger seating is mighty roomy with plenty of space for tactical gear galore.

Remember that this is a modern Ford F-550 underneath so you still get a comfortable driving experience. The diesel engine is nice and robust and the F-550 is one of the most well known Ford trucks on the market. Whether you want to go off-road in style or recreate a war scene, the Batt X is the intimidating armored truck for you. You still get the Ford durability of the F-550 line and the durability of having a bulletproof vehicle. The technology that has gone into the Batt X has made it one of the most advanced armored trucks yet.

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Batt XL via Bing

17. Batt XL

The Batt XL is a notorious piece of machinery that takes up more than just a whole lot of road. When you think of an armored truck, you want something that can withstand anything. The Batt XL is a fire-breathing monster of a transport vehicle that is covered in ballistic armor protection. The 12-passenger design is enough for a whole crew to get packed up and go out on a mission. The interior design is protected by a massive amount of sound descending and ballistic protection. The Batt XL is another vehicle that is based on the Ford F-Series platform. From the interior on you get all of the comforts of the current generation of F-Series pickup trucks.

Overall, the Batt XL is an extreme truck built for extreme missions. Part of the reason that the Batt XL has been such a popular seller is because of the massive amount of technology that has gone into designing the truck. The purpose-built supercharged diesel engine is among the best on the market. Ford has long been a pioneer when it comes to the commercial and law enforcement truck market. So naturally, the Batt XL carries on this tradition. The overall design of the Batt XL will keep you apprised of your surroundings while protecting occupants with ease.

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Camaro CHP via Bing

16. California Highway Patrol: 2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

Yes, you’ve read the title correctly. The California Highway Patrol has a long history of utilizing pony cars as pursuit vehicles. Whether it was the fox body Mustang or the F-Body Camaro, both have been a pinnacle source of revenue for the law enforcement department. The 2002 Camaro is perhaps the most recognizable because of its one-of-a-kind design and the introduction of the LS-Series engine. The 2002 CHP Camaro is also one of the most iconic models to ever hit the road. It’s been featured in television shows as well as countless times as a toy. You can find these a lot of the time with low mileage.

This police car was more or less a show car for the CHP and was used for public appearances. Although a few of them were used in high-speed areas of the state, for the most part, the 2002 was just a show car. The thing with these Camaro models is that there were significant performance upgrades that were done to the car such as a Jasper performance transmission. When you factor in the already scary-fast SLP performance upgrades this is about one of the most fun to drive F-Body Camaros to come off of the production line. In total, 73 of these were ordered by the CHP and most were sold off around 2010, so keep an eye out.

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Mustang SSP via Bing

15. 1983-1993 Ford Mustang SSP

No one thinks a high-speed pursuit is fun. Especially not when perps are getting away, but this was happening to the California Highway Patrol (CHP) during the eighties. The patrol cars of this decade were slow and hampered down by smog regulations. The CHP ordered a car that could take on a suspect at a high rate of speed and still maintain safety for officers. The 1983-1993 Ford Mustang SSP is the byproduct of this request and to this day remains one of the most popular aftermarket cop cars on the road. If you are lucky enough to get your hands on one of these very rare Mustangs, you’re in for a treat. The 1983-1993 Ford Mustang SSP was made in 15,000 examples, generally to suit each department’s needs.

The 1983-1993 Ford Mustang SSP had features like reinforced floorboards, a supercharged engine, and more. Some departments like the NYPD ordered the 1983-1993 Ford Mustang SSP with power windows, whereas the CHP ordered these units with a roll-cage. No matter what variation of the SSP you get, this is one seriously fast Mustang. It’s essentially a more rugged version of the 5.0 Mustang with more features. Prices for the 1983-1993 Ford Mustang SSP have remained steady over the years. It has stood the test of time as a performance car that still offers a fun-to-drive demeanor and a little bit of history.

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Dodge Charger via Bing

14. 2006-2013 Dodge Charger Police Package

For a long period, Ford dominated the police car market after Chevrolet exited in 1996. Don’t get us wrong, the Crown Vic was a fun police car. But for those who wanted some serious power, there wasn’t a truly exciting option until the Charger hit the scene in 2006. Powered by a muscular Hemi V8, the 2006-2013 Dodge Charger Police Package still stands as one of the most menacing police cars on the road. The earliest models can hit 0-60 in six seconds flat, which is jaw-dropping compared to any car’s standards.

You can’t go wrong with the interior features of the Dodge Charger. Starting in 2006 the car was an entirely new design that was based on the 300C. The quality oozes through in every aspect of the Dodge Charger Police Package. Other features included a plethora of installed LED lighting. You still see this body style charger in use by many police agencies. That’s a testament to the newfound reliability of the Chrysler brand. The 2006-2013 Dodge Charger Police Package was a mass-produced vehicle, which means you can find quite a few of them on the open market.

Dodge Polara Pursuit via Bing
Dodge Polara Pursuit via Bing

13. 1969 Dodge Polara Pursuit

Even during the 60s, Chrysler was a dominating force in the police car business. The big magnum V8 engine was among the best on the road in terms of performance. Yes, this was a time before smog regulations and other rules that have hampered vehicle performance for so long. The 1969 Dodge Polara Pursuit was a naturally-aspirated police car that could get the job done with authority. The 1969 Dodge Polara Pursuit took what was a Plymouth Road Runner and put a four-door design on it. Many agencies applauded the performance of the Polara Pursuit.

To this day, the Polara Pursuit is one of the most highly regarded police cars on the road. If you are lucky enough to find one with the 440 Magnum V8, you’re in for something special. The car offered a good deal of performance for the price and this is where the police community got behind the car. You could get the Polara Pursuit in various options which made the car a more appealing option to the general public. On the auction block, original Polara Pursuit models have managed to hold their value. You can expect to pay a pretty penny if you want to find an original Polara Pursuit police car.

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Camaro B4C via Bing

12. 1991-2002 Chevy Camaro B4C

The Camaro is the second and most influential pony car to ever hit the automotive industry. With that being said, it was only a matter of time until GM jumped into the chase. The Ford Mustang 5.0 was dominating the police pursuit market because of its simplistic design. The Mustang was cheap to fix and fairly reliable for what the local police departments needed. GM had an ace up their sleeve because the Camaro boasted Corvette-derived power. In its fuel-injected form, the Camaro was a lot more powerful than the Mustang was off the line. This helped the Camaro become a dominating force when it came to police chases.

Later versions of the B4C featured a modern interior. Options like the T-Tops or a convertible version were canceled. The B4C also lacked any luxury features such as leather interior or a CD player. This was to help with weight reduction as the Camaro B4C had to be lean and mean. When it comes to driving a performance cop car like this the Camaro B4C is a rarity that still provides a fun driving experience. Some of these models can still be found with the CHP equipment installed which creates a nostalgic effect.

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Dodge Monaco Pursuit via Bing

11. 1977-1978 Dodge Monaco Pursuit

Although the later years saw Ford dominating the police pursuit market, Dodge was ahead of the curve years before. Dodge is a brand that has always been centered around performance. At one point or another, Dodge-branded vehicles were the preferred choice for police departments and the 1977-1978 Dodge Monaco Pursuit was it. Monaco is a highly-regarded performance sedan that doesn’t quite get the credit that it deserves. Law enforcement officers loved Monaco because it offered a great blend of performance and functionality.

A large and functional interior meant officers could store and access gear with ease. The earliest Monaco models featured a powerful Magnum V8 engine. At the time, this was one of Dodge’s best engines and offered a serious blend of performance. Monaco has gone on to keep a steady value over all these years. You can get a decent Monaco in good condition with most of the original police gear still on the vehicle. The Monaco Pursuit model was the preferred pursuit vehicle of choice for many years until Chrysler shifted to the K-Car platform, which was just too small to accommodate.

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Caprice 9C1 via Bing

10. 1994-1996 Chevy Caprice 9C1

Let’s face the facts, the Caprice 9C1 is a fun car to drive. In fact, this generation of the Caprice was so highly regarded by police agencies that many spent their budgets restoring these as opposed to going out and ordering the Crown Victoria Interceptor. What made the 9C1 such an amazing car? Well, it was an Impala SS, but for law enforcement. The de-tuned Corvette motor was only 40 HP short of the actual Corvette. Interior wise, the Caprice is a big car, which made a life for an officer easier. The Crown Victoria is a big car, but the Caprice took it to the next level.

Being the size that the Caprice is you might think that it handles poorly, but that’s wrong. The Caprice 9C1 is one of the most agile sedans on the road. Even to this day, the Caprice 9C1 will leave a smile across your face. Even on the used car market, the 9C1 is the most desirable police car that you can get. The basic vehicle is more powerful than the Impala SS and you get a stellar base to build on. Perhaps one of the benefits of the PC1 is the fact that the interior is large enough for an entire family to ride comfortably. You don’t find sedans that were built as well as the 9C1 were anymore.

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Caprice PPV via Bing

9. 2012-2013 Chevrolet Caprice PPV

The Caprice made a short-lived return as a law enforcement the vehicle for the 2012 model year. But sales were so low that the Caprice PPV was sold to the regular market. If you want a big, V8-powered sedan that features modern technology, the PPV was it. If the sedan looks familiar, that’s because it is based on the Chevrolet SS and Pontiac G8. Both of these were exceptional sedans but neither one sold very well. The Caprice PPV uses a stretched version of the platform and this made the car a lot roomier inside. The backseat is huge and you’ll notice exceptional quality.

Because the Caprice PPV was a limited production vehicle, there aren’t too many of them around. But the few that are on the market have very low mileage to this day. A lot of these vehicles were purchased by municipalities and these cars never really built hard wear and tear. You’ll notice the PPV was quite often used in larger cities like San Francisco as a parole and probation transport vehicle. If you want to experience what a modern Caprice would feel like the PPV is the ultimate rear-wheel-drive, V8-powered sedan. These cars are on the verge of being extinct, so get yours while you can.

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Raptor Border Patrol via Bing

8. 2010 Ford Raptor Border Patrol Service Package

Yes, you’ve read the heading right. The Border Patrol Service did order a fleet of Ford Raptor pickup trucks. The Ford Raptor is the ultimate off-road pickup truck. The 6.0L V8 is one of the best performance engines that Ford has ever placed into a pickup truck. The Raptor is sort of a replacement for the Lightning pickup truck, although it features a functional backseat. The Raptor was the perfect vehicle for the Border Patrol service and it replaced the Bronco models that had long been in service.

The Border Patrol Raptor is a scaled-down version of the production pickup truck. A lot of the luxury features that come with the truck have been removed. The Raptor was a stellar pickup truck in this combination and the lack of leather seating means that the interior will last a lot longer. The bare-bones aspect of the Border Patrol Raptor means that the vehicle is a lot lighter than the consumer version. You can also find a stellar deal on one of these Raptors used through Government auction agencies.

Nova 9C1 via Bing
Nova 9C1 via Bing

7. 1975 Chevrolet Nova 9C1

The 70s were a horrible time for the domestic automotive industry. The fuel crisis was among us and the large domestic vehicles were just not fuel-efficient. This problem translated into the law enforcement community as well. Law enforcement officers need a vehicle that can perform high-performance tasks in the case of a high-speed pursuit. The Nova 9C1 was designed to combine the best of both worlds as state agencies were beginning to hurt at the pump. The engine in the 9C1 is a 165-hp 350-CID V-8. It doesn’t sound all that great but the Nova was a notable performer.

Law enforcement agencies were appreciative of the V8 power, and the Nova was still spacious enough for all of the officer’s gear. The performance was notable at best, with the four-barrel carburetor offering decent acceleration off the line. The seventies were never a great time for American V8 engines, but the 9C1 still managed to perform well. Interior quality was still lackluster as it was with most domestic cars around this time. Overall, the Nova 9C1 makes for a fun muscle car that’s fairly easy to work on. There are a good number of aftermarket accessories for the 9C1.

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Taurus via Bing

6. 2013 Ford Taurus Police Interceptor

Ford has long dominated the police sector of the automotive industry. For a long time, the Crown Victoria was the lone offering on the market. But as with any good things, the Crown Victoria became outdated and Ford decided not to renew the platform. The 2013 Ford Taurus Police Interceptor was a step in a new direction for the brand. The car offered a serious amount of power right from a turbocharged V6 engine, the same engine that you’d find in the Taurus SHO sport sedan.

Interior wise, the Taurus is a big sedan, one of the biggest on the road. This translates to an impressive amount of interior room. The police interceptor version is the perfect car for a family who still wants a fun driving experience. The bare-bones features of the police interceptor make the overall repair costs of the car much lower. The standard steel wheels are cheap to maintain and if you’re lucky, you’ll find a used model that has run-flat tires. The overall design of the Police Interceptor Taurus is perhaps one of the best to come out of Detroit.

Bronco Police Package via Bing
Bronco Police Package via Bing

5. Ford Bronco Border Patrol Edition

The Ford Bronco was quite a popular police vehicle in its own right. Many of the early Ford Bronco police vehicles were so popular that they’re still in service today. The Bronco is a huge body on frame SUV. It’s based on the F-Series truck so its no wonder that the vehicle is a really good police vehicle. The Border Patrol edition is very similar to the modern-day Raptor we see patrolling the borders now. The high ground clearance makes the vehicle able to cross the desert with ease. The functional cargo area has more than enough room for weaponry and the gear that agents need.

The Windsor 351 V8 is among one of the most powerful engines that Ford has placed into a truck. Modern Bronco models featured an electronic four-wheel-drive system which made the truck a lot easier to live with. We like the overall design of the Bronco and the unique styling of the final generation made the vehicle an icon. Did we mention that the Bronco also has a removable top? Another feature that made the Border Patrol Bronco a unique vehicle that offered a variety of even more unique features.

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Impala 9C1 via Bing

4. Chevrolet Impala 9C1 Police Car

The Impala was another lesser-known police car that was released by GM. Although you see a good deal of them in larger cities, the Crown Victoria has still dominated the market. The Impala was not as much of a performance vehicle as the previous Caprice 9C1 was, which is why a good deal of law enforcement agencies never sprang for these. The standout feature was the fuel-efficient V6 engine, which made the 9C1 perfect for routine work. You’ll see a good portion of these Impalas in use at city municipalities.

Still, if you want a family sedan that offers a decent amount of power, a used Impala 9C1 might be the car for you. The interesting array of features makes the 9C1 a notable performer. From the gate, the 9C1 handles business on the track or in the city. The interior can seat six full-sized adults with ease. Some models featured a plastic backing, and these were the models that were intended to be used as patrol vehicles. Overall, the Impala 9C1 is still one of the more memorable police cars that you can buy.

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Jeep Cherokee PPV via Bing

3. Jeep Cherokee PPV SSP

Did you know the Jeep Cherokee was a police car? Probably not, but the boxy Jeep that we all grew up seeing at school was a police car as well. The Cherokee PPV SSP was one of the most used police vehicles in the United States. Although its common application was not as a pursuit vehicle, the Cherokee was the perfect fit for rural communities on a tight budget. The bulletproof straight-six engine was cheap to maintain. The Cherokee PPV SSP was also available with a diesel engine, which was more than suitable for most applications.

Of course, anyone who is familiar with the Cherokee will realize that the overall design was one of the best. The boxy shape has a high ground clearance that made the SUV handle just about anything with ease. The Cherokee PPV SSP is a stellar combination of sheer versatility and functionality. Law enforcement agencies were appreciative of the one of a kind design and reliability. The less time that the Cherokee spent in the shop, the more time it was on the road doing civil service.

Caravan PPV via Bing
Caravan PPV via Bing

2. Dodge Grand Caravan PPV

Believe it or not, the Caravan also comes in a police package. You might not think that a minivan would be of any use to a law enforcement agency, but you’d be wrong. The Caravan PPV is a stellar mixture of versatility and functionality. The ample interior volume means that up to eight crew members can ride in comfort, or you can opt for the cargo package which is great for crime scene investigation. The Caravan PPV is a lot lighter than the production version, which means that the standard V6 performs a lot better.

For years, the Caravan PPV has been in production. You’ll often see them in use in smaller towns where the need for high-performance pursuit vehicles is less. The Caravan will still handle business but the main purpose is not to be a pursuit vehicle. The standard features list on the Caravan includes a back-up camera, as well as an optional cage to separate the passengers. You can find the Grand Caravan PPV for a stellar deal, and many of these vehicles are going for a great price point.

Durango PPV via Bing
Durango PPV via Bing

1. Dodge Durango Pursuit

When it comes to a true fun-to-drive police car, the Durango Pursuit is it. This particular package is based on the R/T version of the SUV and performs well. The 5.7L Hemi V8 handles business with authority. This is the same engine combination that you’ll find in the Dodge Charger and other muscle car models. Ready alert braking allows you to stop on a dime, and the SUV will stop itself from swaying off-course. The Durango Pursuit handles incredibly well for an SUV and this is why it has been such a great seller for Dodge.

Pursuit models can be found in the used car market with relative ease. You’ll enjoy features such as a powerful standard engine and no-frills interior. Dodge was still sure to add some unique features to the Durango Pursuit such as a one-of-a-kind interior and a lot of the standard luxuries. The Durango has always been a strong spot in the Dodge lineup. If you want a great SUV with a bit of law enforcement flare, the Durango Pursuit is it.

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