DETROIT – Ford Motor Co.’s Crown Victoria Police Interceptor (CVPI) remains under scrutiny despite Washington’s decision to close an investigation of officer deaths linked to fuel tank fires. NHTSA says it will continue to monitor the performance of Ford's Crown Victoria Police Interceptor, despite closing its investigation The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. says the CVPI meets federal guidelines for fuel system integrity, which requires a vehicle to withstand a rear-end ...

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