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Video: Chevy releases details on the 2011 Caprice cruiser

Chevrolet will begin taking US orders for the Detective Package in October, with first deliveries in April 2011


By Graeme Roberts
Just-Auto Global News

New rear drive Chevrolet Caprice police patrol vehicles will be available again from April 2011 for the first time since GM discontinued its full-size body-on-frame Caprice in 1996. This time, the design is unibody and Holden will build the cars in Australia.

General Motors last night announced order and first delivery dates, as well as final package specifications, for the 2011 Caprice Police Patrol Vehicle (PPV) which joins the Canadian-built front wheel drive Impala and Tahoe PPV to make Chevrolet the only brand to offer a full line of police vehicles.

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