2021 Dodge Charger, Durango Police Vehicles Receive Small Upgrades

2021 Dodge Charger, Durango Police Vehicles Receive Small Upgrades

FCA unveils 2021 Dodge Charger and Durango Pursuit

September 11, 2020, Auburn Hills, Michigan – Order now open for 2021 Dodge Charger Pursuit and Dodge Durango Pursuit vehicles, equipped with new transmissions and high-tech options designed to improve safety, responsiveness and fuel efficiency agents.

“Designed and built with feedback from our Police Advisory Board and direct feedback from officers, the 2021 Dodge Charger and Durango Pursuit deliver on our promise to provide law enforcement with the range of law enforcement vehicles. most advanced in the industry, whether as a sedan or sport-utility vehicle, ”said Jeff Kommor, US Sales Manager.

2021 Dodge Charger Pursuit

The Charger Pursuit will now offer the TorqueFlite eight-speed transmission on the two available powertrain options: the all-new V-6 all-wheel drive (AWD), with increased horsepower and torque, and the legendary V-8 HEMI rear wheel. ® drive. These new powertrain combinations meet or exceed previous Charger Pursuit performance profiles in all key categories of acceleration, braking and handling. These improvements should also lead to better energy efficiency.

Other new standard features include a 140mph maximum speed setting with the ability for customers to configure and limit maximum speed for specific agency needs, electric power steering, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and an increase in gross vehicle weight rating of 5,500 pounds to accommodate payload.

Production of the Charger Pursuit begins in the fourth quarter at the assembly plant in Brampton, Ontario.

2021 Dodge Durango Pursuit

The 2021 Dodge Durango Pursuit will deliver over 20 new standard features.

Durango Pursuit all-wheel drive is powered by the standard 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine or the available legendary 5.7-liter HEMI V8 engine, both mated to the TorqueFlite eight-speed transmission. Other notable upgrades include an IP-mounted shifter to free up valuable space in the center console area, black steel wheels with chrome center caps, four programmable auxiliary switches and specific front seats. police to accommodate the service belts and allow easier access to the seat belt locking points.

“These features, such as the new IP-mounted shifter, free up valuable space between the front seats to accommodate the spare police gear that officers need to do their jobs,” Kommor said.

The vehicle systems interface module, a rugged “ BR9 ” brake package, standard vinyl flooring and a three-zone air conditioning system designed with the K-9 units in mind, are d ‘other key features now offered. The Durango Pursuit has a top speed setting of 130 mph with the ability for clients to configure and limit specific agency needs.

Production of the 2021 Dodge Durango Pursuit begins in the first quarter of 2021 at the Jefferson North Assembly Plant in Detroit.

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