DETROIT – Law enforcement agencies throughout the U.S. each year purchase between 60,000 and 70,000 sedans to use on the streets to protect and serve the public. The battle between Detroit’s auto makers to get a piece of the police-car pie is getting more fierce as DaimlerChrysler AG’s Dodge brand plans to enter the fray in 2002 with modified Intrepid. Ford Motor Co.’s rear-wheel-drive Crown Victoria currently lays claim to nearly 75% of the law enforcement market, while GM’s ...

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