Have You Ever Wondered About The Cars Used By Different Police Personnel Around The World?

With the advancement of technology, the present day cars are at par with the requirements we face. As the crime goes hi-tech along with speed, the police too need to upgrade themselves with the latest technology in every aspect, may it be weapons, communication systems or cars (For special speed with special technology). They need to have all those tools that help them reach the crime spot, or catch a running culprit or escape from an attack. They need to have vehicles with in built communication system with armor grade protection from outside attack. The tools should deliver the accuracy that does not miss the target.


So let us get into the details pertaining to the Cars used by police specifically in our country, India, the neighboring country, Pakistan and world center for business, Dubai. But before that just remember that cars are not just to deliver speed. Along with that, they need to be efficient in terms of maneuverability and control.

India :

The Police Force in India mostly uses SUVs to serve their purpose. The most common vehicle that is used under SUV category is the home-make Mahindra Legend Jeep. In the recent days other SUVs were also used by the police. For Example, the Maruti Gypsy, Mahindra Bolerao, Tata Sumo, Tata Safari, Chevrolet Tavera and Toyota Qualis. SUVs have the capability to move around in any sort of terrain.



The Police force in Pakistan seems to be dependent mostly on imported items that too not focused on SUVs, unlike India. They mostly use Toyota Hilux (Single Cab & Double Cabin Vigo), Toyota Corolla, Toyota Land Cruiser, Toyata Land Cruiser (70 Series), Mohafiz (vehicle), foton (double cabin).



General duties and patrols of Police Personnel are carried out by using cars like Chevrolet, Toyota, Mazda and Nissan vehicles. In the year 2013, the police force started using more new eco-friendly vehicles, which are one-seaters, but have the capacity to carry an additional passenger.


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