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Dodge Enters Police Car Market

March 30, 2005

NEW YORK – Dodge has announced that it will enter the police car market with modified versions of the Charger and the Magnum.The Charger has enhanced brakes and a 340-hp HEMI engine. The Charger was put through rigorous testing by the California Highway Patrol and the Michigan State Police. The Magnum, a sport wagon, will likely attract some business.John Alley, fleet administrator for the San Diego Police Department, said he's looking forward to seeing some competition in the market.

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