Chevrolet Caprice PPV (Police Patrol Vehicle) deliveries in the United States totaled 61 units in April 2017, a healthy increase compared to 18 units sold in April 2016. In the first four months of 2017, sales of the police-only full-size sedan decreased 15.3 percent to 172 units.
Sales Numbers - Chevrolet Caprice - April 2017 - United States
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For the North American market, the Caprice PPV is imported from the GM’s Holden division in Australia and is sold exclusively to police fleets in the United States; it is not available in Canada or Mexico. The Caprice is, however, available for purchase to civilians as a used vehicle once it has been decommissioned by police departments.
The Caprice PPV along with its Zeta platform mates — the Holden Caprice, Chevrolet SS, Holden Commodore, and Holden Ute — will soon be discontinued as the GM-Holden Elizabeth plant is set for closure in October 2017. In fact, Chevrolet has already stopped taking orders for the Caprice (along with its SS Sedan platform mate), and production of the SS came to an end on May 25, 2017.
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