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2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit Technology Updated for Police Use

2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit Technology

The new 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit technology will be compatible with law enforcement computer system software. The easy-to-use, award-winning Uconnect system is being modified for police use with fully-integrated, exclusive mobile command capabilities that will allow officers to access their computer systems on a simple, centrally-located monitor without dragging along their laptops.

In comparison to the standard Charger Pursuit’s 5-inch display, the 2016 Charger Pursuit will feature a 12.1-inch touchscreen that can toggle either to the traditional and familiar 8.4-inch Uconnect interface or to the officer’s own personal computer with the touch of a button. The touchscreen will work even when the user is wearing gloves, and has been tested in extreme temperatures. There is even an option for officers to plug in and store their mobile laptop in the trunk and connect it to the Uconnect system via Ethernet.

The change to the 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit technology was definitely developed with law enforcement in mind, and makes their jobs easier, safer, and more comfortable. The instruments they need to keep their communities safe will all be right in front of them, visible, and accessible.

Dodge Has to Stop Production of Sold-Out 2015 Hellcat

The 2015 Charger and Challenger SRT Hellcats are so outrageously powerful, it’s hard to imagine how many people would actually be able to purchase and drive them. And yet – Dodge has asked its dealer network to stop creating them due to overwhelming demand.

Sold-Out 2015 Hellcat
2015 Dodge Challenger SRT

Dodge literally cannot produce the Hellcats fast enough for all of the interested consumers to buy one. These vehicles get over 700 horsepower, and yet they’re some of the most popular cars of the year.

According to a company spokesperson, Dodge is “temporarily restricting orders while we validate current orders that are in the system.” As frustrating as this might be for Dodge, it’s got to feel good to have underestimated than to have overestimated.

Are you one of the many people trying to get their hands on a basically sold-out 2015 Hellcat? Let us know what you think in the comments, and get your order in quickly.

All-New 2015 Dodge Charger Pursuit — To Serve and Protect

You hate to see them in your rearview mirror, but you love to have them on your side when you need them. We’re talking about the whirling lights and loud sirens of the police cruisers. Pretty soon, you may find our local police officers cruising the streets in a new vehicle that turns heads even without the flashing lights, the all-new 2015 Dodge Charger Pursuit.

The new Dodge Charger Pursuit is redesigned to provide our trusted men and women in uniform with the power, speed, and features they need to do their job.

While the exterior presents a sleek, aggressive front, the interior is clearly designed with the driver in mind.

“Dodge has a strong police car heritage, and we are proud to offer a vehicle armed with modern muscle and cutting-edge technology to help law enforcement agencies perform their duties,” said Tim Kuniskis, president and CEO of the Dodge Brand, SRT Brand and Fleet Operations for Chrysler Group.

“The new Pursuit police car is based on our new 2015 Dodge Charger. It delivers up to 370 best-in-class horsepower, is available in both rear- and all-wheel drive, has a new driver-focused cockpit and adds new safety and security features, as well as new state-of-the art technologies, all designed to deliver the ultimate performance expected from Dodge.”

We at Warsaw CDJR want nothing less for those who put their lives on the line to save ours.

Dodge Models Dominate in J.D. Power APEAL Study

According to the J.D. Power APEAL Study, customers love pretty much everything about the Dodge Charger, Challenger, and Dart models. All three vehicles won the APEAL award in their respective segments, a testament to the brand’s ability to satisfy customers’ needs and deliver their wants.

The study evaluates vehicles’ Automotive Performance, Execution, and Layout (APEAL) based on customer responses. Participants evaluate their vehicles after 90 days of ownership and vehicles are scored on a 100-point scale.

The Dodge Charger won for the Large Car segment for the fourth year in a row. The Challenger topped the Sporty Car category for its third time in the past four years; and the Dart scored highest among competitors in the Compact Car class.

“These three APEAL awards, based on customer feedback, are a great way to celebrate Dodge’s 100 year anniversary and Chrysler Group’s commitment to continually deliver exciting, high quality vehicles,” said Doug Betts, Chrysler’s senior vice president of Quality. “A customer’s positive experiences with good quality lead to greater satisfaction, loyalty and the likelihood an owner will recommend their vehicle to friends and family. Personal recommendations are the most powerful type.”

We at Warsaw CDJR couldn’t be more proud to have so many customer favorites on our lot.