The Chevrolet Impala PPV gets the best in class top speed over all V- 6 range at 150 mph following the best in class top speed and best in class braking for second consecutive year, the Caprice PPV. The Tahoe PPV comes as the segment- leading top speed and reduces stopping distance seven feet.
The 2012 Chevrolet Caprice Police Patrol Vehicle (PPV) against the competitors at the recent Michigan State Police testing in Chelsea and Grattan.
The Caprice PPV 6.0 liter V8 came as the best in class in the 60- 0 mph braking test for two year. The Caprice PPV was four levels less than the Ford Police Interceptor Taurus AWD turbo. James Soo who is the leader of development engineer of the Caprice PPV said that when the company starts to develop the Caprice PPV, they got critical input from police officers around the nation who said they wanted a serious rear- drive performance cruiser. The vehicle has been developed exclusively for the police officers who want performance and technology to do their jobs.
The best in class top speed for two years also posted by the Caprice which delivers increasing 6 mph to 154 mph beats the 148 mph delivered by the Ford Police Interceptor Taurus AWD turbo. The caprice figures an average deceleration rate of 30.70 feet per second in terms of braking.
The Caprice LFV 3.6L V6 did well compared to the similar type naturally aspirated Dodge Charger V6 and Ford Police Interceptor Taurus Sedan V-6 in 60-0 mph braking, top speed and acceleration.
Against the V6 entrant, the Impala along with its new LFX 3.6L V6 engine delivered a best in class top speed of 150 mph. compared to last year model, the Impala has increased its power of more than 70 hp. it become the top naturally aspirated V6 entrants in acceleration and top speed.
A higher top speed than the Ford Police Interceptor Taurus AWD twin- turbo V6 delivered by the naturally aspirated Impala at 150 mph. the Chevrolet Impala PPV delivers fuel economy of 28 mpg highway, improved by 4 mpg than that of the 2011 model.