MILFORD - General Motors aims to take a bigger bite out of the U.S. law enforcement sector in '12 by making its new Chevy Caprice available to more customers and enhancing its warhorse Chevy Impala with a more powerful and efficient high-feature V-6 engine. GM's fleet operations began offering the Caprice, a rear-wheel-drive sedan based on the Zeta platform used for the Chevy Camaro, to governments and municipalities in June. About 400 units of the 6.0L V-8-equipped Caprice have been ...

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