A Look At Ford’s New Responder Hybrid Sedan
October 10th, 2017
Ford retired the Crown Victoria in 2011 and police vehicles based on the Ford Taurus and Explorer quickly became the go-to options for police stations around the country. And Motor1 reports that Ford is expanding its range even more with the Police Responder Hybrid Sedan and the new F-150 Police Responder.
The Police Responder Hybrid Sedan, which was released earlier this year is expected to have a rating of 40 mpg city/36 mpg highway, and which outshines the Crown Victoria’s 16 mpg city/24 mpg highway. And it’s faster too. From a standstill, the Fusion Hybrid outruns the Crown Vic by a second. And while it's obviously no Ford GT you’ve got to admit it's a decent performance for a Responder vehicle. But if Hybrids aren’t some guys’ thing, agencies can still opt for naturally aspirated gas-powered versions of several Ford police vehicles.
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