Chrysler Details Updates to 2014 Dodge Charger Pursuit

September 04, 2013

Chrysler is offering AWD for the 2014 Charger Pursuit. Photo courtesy Chrysler.
Chrysler is offering AWD for the 2014 Charger Pursuit. Photo courtesy Chrysler.

Chrysler detailed the updates for its now available 2014 Dodge Charger Pursuit sedan for law enforcement, including changes to its drivetrain, brakes, exterior look, and new police-specific features, such as Secure Park.

Note: You can click the photo above in this story to see additional images of the 2014 Charger Pursuit.

The biggest change for 2014, which Government Fleet has written about before, is the new all-wheel-drive system for Charger Pursuit models equipped with the 5.7L HEMI V-8. The new AWD system features an active transfer case and front-axle disconnect for all-season traction.

In addition to the new AWD system, Chrysler added larger, 14.5-inch high-performance brakes for 2014; made a camber link change to the rear suspension for improved driving performance during high-speed driving and aggressive braking maneuvers; made the fuel pump more durable; gave the vehicle a variable-displacement air-conditioner compressor for added efficiency; and revised the rear fascia and exhaust tips to enhance the Charger’s ability to cross highway medians without damaging the vehicle.

Chrysler also offers new system for MY-2014, including the Police-specific Secure Park system, which prevents someone from driving away in the idling vehicle without a key fob present in the vehicle itself, and the ParkSense rear park assist.

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