Performance and police specific design have been a key to the popularity of the Dodge Charger police model. The 340 hp (254 kW) Hemi V8 is powerful enough to accelerate the car from 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) in 6.0 seconds and to a top speed of 146 mph (235 km/h). In tests the Charger V8 outperformed all other pursuit vehicles in acceleration, cornering, and braking with ease. The 2012 version has evolved from early 2006 when Chrysler released a new police version of the Charger. It has several differences from the civilian version such as upgraded heavy-duty brakes, a heavy-duty cooling system, a police-performance ESP system, police performance-tuned steering, and a gear shifter that is located on the steering column instead of in the center console where Dodge has equipped the police edition with an aluminum plate that can be used for mounting radio equipment, computers, and controllers for lights and sirens. The vehicle's electrical system is adapted to integrate of siren and light controls, and other police vehicle accessories. Also the interior is comfortable and the visibility excellent.
The highest performance police car in America, the Dodge Charger, was re-engineered for the 2011 model. The 2010 Charger had a great range of police features such as tactical technology, safety elements, power coupled with efficiency. This has understandably lead to its widespread use. It has also been ordered for police forces in Canada, Mexico, Chile and the Middle East. The 2012 model has improved brakes, hub caps, spark plugs and front seats. For 2012, the list price for the Charger was $29,770 plus deliver which is a bit cheaper than the R/T model.
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