Skoda Superb wagons replacing Holden Commodores as police highway patrol cars

Skoda Superb wagons replacing Holden Commodores as police highway patrol cars
Skoda Superb wagons replacing Holden Commodores as police highway patrol cars
The surprising European car that's replacing Australian-made Holden Commodores for police highway patrol - and it only has four cylinders Western Australia Police Force has ordered 55 Skoda Superb wagons for patrol The two-litre, four cylinder turbos replacing six-cylinder Holden Commodores Australia stopped making cars in October 2017 - making police rethink choices NSW and Victoria police forces have bought BMW 530d diesel-powered sedans 

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A lesser-known four-cylinder Czech car is replacing Australian-made Holden Commodores as police highway patrol cars.

Skoda has confirmed the Western Australia Police Force ordered 55 Superb wagons, marking the biggest ever single order for a European brand by an Australian law enforcement agency.

The Sportline turbo model has been little modified to suit police purposes with a standard sub-woofer removed to fit a police-specification dual battery.

Skoda first came to Australia in 1965 when the old Czechoslovakia was under communist rule.

A lesser-known four-cylinder Czech car is replacing Australian-made Holden Commodores as police highway patrol cars. Skoda has confirmed the Western Australia Police Force ordered 55 Superb wagons (pictured), marking the biggest ever single order for a European brand by an Australian law enforcement agency

A lesser-known four-cylinder Czech car is replacing Australian-made Holden Commodores as police highway patrol cars. Skoda has confirmed the Western Australia Police Force ordered 55 Superb wagons (pictured), marking the biggest ever single order for a European brand by

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