A new batch of ISUZU D-Max in the service of the National Police: details
The National Police of Ukraine received at its disposal a batch of special vehicles based on ISUZU pickups (D-Max).
Time-tested partners, Spets-Com-Service LLC (polycar.com.ua), helped to improve the cars for the needs of law enforcement officers.
Advantages of ISUZU D-Max pickups
The vehicles of the National Police are not always intended only for patrolling the streets, there is also a need for vehicles capable of transporting special equipment to perform various tasks. At the same time, one should not forget that these vehicles will have to perform tasks in conditions of dense urban traffic, therefore much attention is paid to the ratio of such indicators as: maneuverability, carrying capacity, overall dimensions and reliability. Of course, without sacrificing off-road capabilities.
The bad news for violators is that the police pickup does not need to stop to switch to 4x4 mode, four-wheel drive is available with one touch at speeds up to 100 km / h. In addition to confident off-road driving, water obstacles (up to 600 mm deep) will also not interfere with the implementation. In other words, D-Max will feel confident under any road conditions.
An additional improvement of frame pickups was special equipment installed in accordance with the requirements of the police service.
- Light-acoustic panels with loudspeakers are installed on the car, warning about the movement of the police squad.
- each board is equipped with modern walkie-talkies that provide flawless communication both in the city and beyond.
- a protective polymer coating of the surface of the luggage compartment is installed in the body.
Our partners have modified the Japanese pickup truck into a tool tailored to perform official tasks. Its cross-country ability, maneuvering in traffic, a spacious cabin for quick boarding and disembarking of passengers, a spacious cargo compartment, powerful protection and state-of-the-art equipment - all this is at the service of the Ukrainian police.