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14 / 11 / 2019

Kia’s involvement in the Australian policing community is continuing to grow as more of the state-based police departments discover the functionality and value of cars from the Kia stable.


Driven by outstanding engineering, unbeatable value, leading safety credentials and the industry-leading 7-year warranty Kia’s police presence is continuing to grow.






Queensland, West Australia, the Northern Territory and Tasmania have all engaged with the high-performance Stinger as their pursuit vehicle of preference for Highway Patrol and Road Policing duties. The rear-wheel drive characteristics and superb power delivery from the 3.3 litre bi-turbo V6 engine are continuing to put the Stinger on the front line of police engagement.




At the same time the award-winning Sorento large SUV is enjoying strong demand across various general duties divisions in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and the Northern Territory.


The Victorian police force has also engaged the 8-seater Carnival for special duties.


With proven reliability and value, and the promise of simplified technology and safety from Kia Australia’s collaboration with Fujitsu Australia on the integrated police unit of the future, Kia is confident the association with law enforcement will continue to grow.


Related: Fujitsu x Stinger Police Car

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