Cheektowaga Police to get eight new cruisers

A promotional image of the 2018 Ford Police Interceptor. (Ford Motor Company)

CHEEKTOWAGA – The Cheektowaga Police Department will soon receive eight new police cruisers to replace aging vehicles from its current fleet.

The Cheektowaga Town Council voted to approve the $247,070.00 resolution at their regular board meeting Tuesday evening.

According to the resolution passed Tuesday night, the department will receive two K8A Explorer’s (blue for patrol) at a unit price of $31,254.00 each; four P2M Taurus Sedans (blue for patrol) at a unit price of $30,308.00 each; one P2M Taurus Sedan (black) with remote start included at a unit price of $27,659.00; and one K8D 4×4 Explorer (black) at a unit price of $35,671.00.

The vehicles will be purchased through a New York State Contract with DeLacy Ford, of Elma.  The funds were allotted to the police department in the 2018 town budget.


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