Empty, twisty, snowbound country roads. Do you take the Caprice or the pickup?
They say that the majority of accidents occur within close proximity of home. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Camper Caprice is a home you could always be proximal to, but would considering buying it be an accident waiting to happen?
The Australian-built Caprices are popping up all over AutoTrader. Some you can buy. Most you can't. Here's the deal.
When Chevrolet announced last year it would import the Australian-built Chevy Caprice sedan as police-only fleet car, enthusiasts begged for a civilian version to no avail. Now one Maryland dealer says it will buck GM and sell 13 Caprices to the public. UPDATE: It's legit — but not for long.
The Chevy Caprice Police Cruiser is a big step forward for GM police cruisers. Seriously, it's so giant and imposing we saw more than one press flack run the other way. Dude, hide the nose candy!
With the launch of the new Chevy Caprice, GM continues their long history of producing cars for law enforcement. Grow out your mustache and put on ridiculously dark shades as we PIT-maneuver through the half-century history of Chevy police cars.
In our list of Best Caprice Movie Cop Cars some questioned the omission of the Secret Service Caprice from To Live And Die in L.A.. We actually think it's an Impala, but nonetheless, the chase is awesome. Enjoy.
In honor of the return of the Chevy Caprice police car, and because it's one of the most ubiquitous film cop cars of the 1980s and 1990s, we've put together the ten best criminal-chasing, car-smashing Caprice police movie cars below.
After a 15-year absence patrolling U.S. streets, an all-new law-enforcement-only Chevrolet Caprice Police Patrol Vehicle (PPV) joins GM's fleet in 2011. Although it's built on the same rear-wheel-drive Camaro and dearly-departed Pontiac G8-spawning Zeta platform, it's not a G8 sedan.
Much to the frustration of G8 fans, when GM Marketing Chief Bob Lutz said the Pontiac G8 will become the Chevy Caprice he might have meant a Caprice only for police work. What's happening?