The Dodge Durango SUV comes with a 3.6L V6 or a powerful 5.7L Hemi engine. The Durango is a Special Service Vehicle that combines the power of a workhorse with the style of a stallion flawlessly. It isnâ€™t as popular as the Tahoe or the Explorer yet, and so you may not see it on your city streets as often, but the Durango is going to take over the emergency vehicle market soon. While fire departments may be more used to using them, they are quickly moving into the police fleets as well. With that in mind, we wanted to go over the most popular police options for this Dodge.
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In the future, we’re going to start seeing more Dodge Durango police vehicles on the street. Why? Because these powerful SUVs are packed with safety features that keep officers safe, can go off-road when the call demands it and can tow nearly anything you throw at it. Adding to that are bright LED interior lights, the ability to configure the interior for police tasks, and stability control, which aids officers in high-speed chases, and the Durango is the total package. The only thing left to add are powerful LED police lights. We have those and can help you choose what’s right for your fleet’s SUV.
The Dodge Durango leaves the factory line packed with LED technology, so it’s a no-brainer to choose the same lighting for its aftermarket upfit. The first unit selected should be light bar. The light bar is the epitome of an emergency vehicle light set-up and should be chosen with care. We recommend a full-size light bar packed with LED technology including alternating lights, takedown lights, and alley lights. Our 912 and Mirage 48” light bar include all of these options and will prove to be exactly what you need when you need to get the attention of drivers on the road.
After you’ve outfitted your Dodge Durango with an LED light bar and a few other emergency vehicle lights, it might be a good idea to add work and scene lighting to the vehicle. Afterall, the Durango is an emerging priority on the police vehicle market because of its ability to go where other police vehicles can’t go. What this means is officers will often be off the beaten path and away from standard street lights. Emergency vehicle lights will come in handy in these situations, but work and scene lights can help even more.
We offer spotlights, floodlights, and even hybrid light bars that provide both technologies in one unit. You don’t have to give up much space on the Durango’s exterior to install a spotlight or floodlight, and the equipment isn’t meant to replace existing warning lights. Instead, it’s just a welcome addition. For instance, a spotlight or floodlight can be installed on the side view mirror of a Durango. You can also add a hybrid light bar near the windshield on the roof of the Dodge SUV without compromising the integrity of a full-size LED light bar.
At Extreme Tactical Dynamics, we offer LED police lights for patrol cars, SSVs, and civilian vehicles too. When you’re getting ready to buy warning lighting for your department’s Durango SSV fleet let us help. We can provide you with police light bundles, suggestions, and help you identify areas of the vehicle that will benefit from additional lightings such as spotlights or floodlights. Let us help you stretch your budget without sacrificing quality when you shop Extreme Tactical Dynamics.