Ford Offers Flex Fuel Crown Victoria Police Vehicle
Ford’s 2008 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor will be offered as a flexible fuel vehicle allowing it to operate on E85 ethanol or gasoline. Vehicle production is slated to begin in May.
“The ability to offer an E85 capable vehicle to our police customers is significant,” said Gerald Koss, Ford’s fleet marketing manager. “Many municipalities and states across the country are encouraging, if not mandating, that their police and other government fleet vehicles begin using alternative sources of fuel. We can now help our police fleet customers achieve this goal.”
Government agencies that include FFV Police Interceptors on their annual Department of Energy plan can receive credits toward EPACT mandates.
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