Tuesday, July 12, 2011

The new Ford Taurus to replace the Crown Victoria police cars in 2011 because of less rapid and less efficient?

    The new Ford Taurus to replace the Crown Victoria police cars in 2011 because of less rapid and less efficient? True statement. let's review is complete and correct.
     About two months ago, FoMoCo invited the leaders of some of the largest fleets to the Dearborn police to tell them that the Crown Victoria will be discontinued after 2011 with the specific reasons but still a secret.      "But Ford also made a commitment to support the department with a new vehicle" said Larry Tagawa, commander of the Transportation Division of the Los Angeles Police Department Motor.yang be realized immediately. 


 
     Ford took the group to the test track and handed the keys 2010 Ford Taurus. Many would love to get rid of their victims to Crown a new Ford Taurus.


     It looks better, more compact, get better gas mileage and was faster and more secure in terms of engine specifications and interior equipment. like the dash board design, usb conect and navigation monitor. 
     Actual 2012 Ford Crown Victoria is not the car less for car performance specs polisi.dengan pretty good:
     2012 Ford Crown Victoria engine 4.6-liter SOHC V-8 that produces 272 Nm of torque at 4100 rpm and 24 horsepower and 4900 rpm. Crown Victoria including the sequence of electronic fuel injection rack and pinion steering, rear wheel and four-speed automatic, electronic

     Ford had no intention of walking away from the market share, said Jim Farley, head of global sales, marketing and service. "We've got some big decisions to make, and we make them," he said.
     As mentioned earlier, we just take the 2010 Ford Taurus SHO for our Weekly Test Drive this week. Incidentally, the things we keep talking about when taking our first trip in the car is that it would be a perfect police car, and ease in performing the duties of a policeman.

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