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    Phasers? Vertical take-off? Holographic pilot? Cloaking device?

    Maybe in the luxury series.
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      Seems kinda cheesy to me. In my area diesel is MORE spendy than regular unleaded.

      Besides, it looks a cross between a Cadillax DTS, those wierd mid 60's euro cars, a subaru, the headlights look like their from a mazda...

      Any how they are not coming right out and saying how much it costs, but I would think it will more or equal to a new charger.
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        Originally posted by ValleyOne View Post
        Seems kinda cheesy to me. In my area diesel is MORE spendy than regular unleaded.

        Besides, it looks a cross between a Cadillax DTS, those wierd mid 60's euro cars, a subaru, the headlights look like their from a mazda...

        Any how they are not coming right out and saying how much it costs, but I would think it will more or equal to a new charger.
        About $5K more than a stripped police package Dodge Charger. This car comes fully equipped, complete with agency stripping. The equipment alone can cost $10K or more. Upon delivery, all the buyer has to do it is start it up and go to work. Moreover, it is warranted for 250K miles. The diesel fuel might be a little more expensive but many will say that expense would be nullified by lower maintenance costs, (perhaps most importantly) this is an actual police car. Not a “regular” car modified for police work
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        • #5
          Don't forget, folks, this is supposedly going from factory to agency to factory. There will be no second-hand sales, and no security firms are getting them.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by N. A. Corbier View Post
            Don't forget, folks, this is supposedly going from factory to agency to factory. There will be no second-hand sales, and no security firms are getting them.
            I wonder how long they will push that policy. That eliminates a huge percentage of prospective buyers.
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            • #7
              I think it's nice they developed a car specifically for law enforcement, BUT...

              IMHO, I think it's pretty damn ugly. They couldn't have made it functional, and yet less spacey looking?
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                • #9
                  How long will a department have one, before they handcuff the suicide doors shut with an officer inside, horsing around?
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by integrator97 View Post
                    How long will a department have one, before they handcuff the suicide doors shut with an officer inside, horsing around?
                    Probably 15 seconds less than it takes the officer to undo the handcuffs with his own key.
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