Top 10 News of 2014 on Government-Fleet.com

December 24, 2014

(Clockwise from top left) 2014-MY Sprinter; 2015 Dodge Charger; MY-2015 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD; Chicago Police Department's P.I. Utility
(Clockwise from top left) 2014-MY Sprinter; 2015 Dodge Charger; MY-2015 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD; Chicago Police Department's P.I. Utility

New vehicle information has proven to be the most popular content for news stories in 2014 on Government-Fleet.com.

While police vehicles are among the vehicles that topped the list of news stories, stories about vans, trucks, and a sedan were also popular. Readers were also interested to learn about the recipients of Government Fleet’s annual awards.

Below is the list of the top 10 news items of the year.

  1. Mercedes-Benz Gives Details on 2015 Sprinter, Compact Van Plan for U.S.

  2. Dodge Charger Redesigned for 2015

  3. Ford P.I. Utility Now America's Top Police Vehicle

  4. 2015 Silverado and Sierra HD Get Heavier Payload, Towing Capacities

  5. 2015 Ford Transit Arrives in June

  6. Government Fleet Announces Leading Fleets for 2014

  7. 2015-MY Mich. Police Vehicle Testing Results Released

  8. GM Introduces Police Chevrolet Silverado

  9. GM to Retire Express/Savana 1500 Vans

  10. Public Sector Fleet Manager of the Year Finalists Announced

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