Brazilian Military Police gets 670 Renault Duster SUVs for patrolling
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- 12:19 pm, February 05, 2013
Renault Brazil has delivered 670 Duster SUVs & 150 units of Fluence for patrolling and other policing activities.
Renaults newest vehicle, the Duster SUV - also known as the Dacia Duster in many international markets - has been bringing home straight A's in terms of worldwide sales. Which is why we weren't surprised, when the Brazilian state of Parana narrowed down its choice to the Duster SUV as the new steed for it's Military Police.
Renault Brazil has started supplying a total of 1,220 vehicles to the state, which includes 670 units of the Duster SUV and 150 units of the Fluence sedan that will be used in for patrolling and other policing activities.
The Renault Duster SUV patrol car has been decked up in the livery of the local Paran city police, i.e white exteriors with black and yellow stickers. It also comes with the red siren, antenna, special lighting system, a beacon and everything else that a cop car needs. The AC, airbags, front power windows, power steering, driver's seat adjustment and more come as standard.
First Published on 12:19 pm, February 05, 2013
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