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.
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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.