How common various police cars in the US are is very much regional. The Taurus was a lot more popular in the North than in the South because it had AWD on the police package from day one (essential for winter), while the Charger was a lot more popular in the South. Older police cars as a whole are very rare in the Northeast due to how brutal the region is on vehicles due to the winter and road salt. All in all what you will probably see: Sedans: 2019-2020 Ford Fusion - Incredibly rare. The Fusion was far too small to be a police car and it earned a horrible reputation with police due to this and was killed off entirely when Ford discontinued its sedan lineup completely. 2013-2019 Taurus - Quite popular still but slowly being phased out due to being discontinued. More common in the Northeast than its competitors. 2001-2011 Ford Crown Victoria - Most departments no longer use the iconic Crown Vic but there are quite a number that still do, usually in areas where they cannot afford new patrol cars. 2011-2017 Chevrolet Caprice PPV - Not very common due to NAFTA regulations limiting their sale to a number of US law enforcement agencies as they were made in Australia (rebadged Holden Commodore). Many of those that do exist are slowly being retired from service. 2006-2016 Chevrolet Impala - Not very common, many retired from service but some still exist 2015+ Dodge Charger - Very common across many regions of the US, and also the only police package sedan still in production in the United States. 2011-2014 Dodge Charger - Many still in service but slowly being phased out. 2006-2010 Dodge Charger - Very rare at this point due to age, but some are still in service in a few areas. Much older examples - Some still do exist. Older generations of the Crown Vic are in service in very few places, same with the 90s 9C1 Chevrolet Caprice. One of my friends found what appeared to be a Chevrolet Lumina still in service in rural Kentucky at one point recently. SUVS: 2020+ Ford Explorer - Introduced last year, but already very popular and quite common in many jurisdictions. Could very well become the most common police car in the US in the future. 2018+ Ford Expedition - Quite rare but some departments use these. 2021+ Chevrolet Tahoe - Introduced this year, somewhat rare due to being so recent. Will probably be common in the future but will likely still be behind the Explorer in popularity. 2016-2019 Ford Explorer - Extremely common in many jurisdictions, and the most popular police vehicle in the US. 2013-2015 Ford Explorer - Still in service in many areas but less common than the facelift due to being older 2015-2020 Chevrolet Tahoe - In service in many areas but less popular than the explorer. 2007-2014 Chevrolet Tahoe - Somewhat rare in many areas at this point due to most agencies retiring them but still in service in some areas. 2010+ Dodge Durango - Less common than the Explorer and Tahoe, but present in many areas. Much older examples - Some still do exist. I know of at least one Sheriff's department in NC still using 2006 Explorers for instance.