Peugeot shows off its range of police cars
25 August 2009

Peugeot has been showing off its latest range of police cars, including a 308 SW dog van and a 308 patrol car.

The latest police car models will be shown off at next month’s National Association of Police Fleet Managers’ conference at Cheltenham race course.

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Peugeot police cars on show include a rapid response Peugeot 207 GTi and the new 3008, designed to transport multiple officers around to crime scenes.

The two models pictures in the gallery are the five-door 308 hatchback, designed to be used as a patrol car, and the five-door 308 SW, designed to be used as a police dog van.

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25 August 2009

The only problem with the Pugs is that they fall to bits in a few months, we have had 306 and 307s on our fleets and buy the time they get to 40,000 miles they are done for and these are just general beat cars. By the time they get to renual at 100,000 miles the seats on the floor and the trim well that fell off along time ago.

26 August 2009

[quote daddy 3]The only problem with the Pugs [/quote]

I thought that the police usually used alsatians...!

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