Fiat Chrysler Debuts Dodge Law Enforcement Web Portal

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Debuts Law Enforcement Web Portal

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has a new law enforcement fleet vehicle page developed for easy use by departments interested in brand-new Dodge cars for their fleet. Like the majority of automobile websites, the fleet page highlights car pricing, features, performance, effectiveness and much more.

However, the design of the website is a little simpler to handle than its counterparts over at GM and Ford. Although both rivals have adequate documents on fleet automobiles, they primarily survive on PDFs, making it rather hard to compare. The FCA site, in turn, does a good job of keeping everything in one place and having easier for departments to pick the right automobile for their requirements.

Dodge vehicles are a far-off second to the Ford Interceptor and Interceptor Utility in regards to sales, however they are still a popular choice amongst departments throughout America. FCA just recently got a big agreement (over 500 automobiles) with the California Highway Patrol, and the firm plans to change their aging cars with Charger Pursuits.

An intriguing thing to point out is the manner in which FCA is presently pricing the base Dodge Durango Special Service at $31,595, below the Dodge Battery Charger Pursuit $31,645.

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