San Andreas Vehicles
V. Vehicle Info
A. SUVs and Station Wagons
Huntley -- A four-door luxury SUV (Land Rover).
Landstalker -- The same SUV from GTA3 and Vice that rolls with a gust of
wind, or maybe if you hit a squirrel.
Perennial -- The same wagon from GTA3 and Vice that rides at the speed of
-- A nice two-door SUV that's a step up from the Landstalker. Late
70s to early mid 80s Chevy Blazer K-5.
Regina -- A Perennial look-alike.
Romero -- A black hearse. There's one parked in Angel Pines.
Solair -- A sportier station wagon found all over San Andreas.
B. 2-Door Sedans
Alpha -- A simple
two-door sedan with an rounded front end. A Dodge
-- A Honda CRX look-alike.
Bravura -- A simple two-door sedan with a pointed front end.
Buccaneer -- An Esperanto look-alike.
Cadrona -- A faster version of the Bravura.
Club -- Late 80s or early 90s VW Rabbit, now called a Golf.
Esperanto -- The same lowriding Caddy from
GTA3 and Vice.
Feltzer -- A convertible that rides just off the ground.
The simplest of all sedans. Plain in every way.
Hermes -- It looks like a PT Cruiser, if you need a reference
Hustler -- An old Ford T.
Majestic -- An Esperanto that rides higher.
Manana -- A sedan that looks and feels like it was made of cardboard.
Picador -- Another Esperanto look-alike.
It's a Ford Ranchero.
Previon -- A sedan with a station wagon-style back end.
-- A nice Manana with an elongated front end and a front grill.
It looks like a Bentley. 1997-2005 or so Bentley,
square front grill, boxy
body, appears in Las Venturas off the strip near your girlfriend's house.
Stallion -- A simple convertible sedan with weak handling. 1968-1970 Ford
Mustang. Similar to the models right
before they went with the huge bodies
in the 70s.
Tampa -- A beat-up Bravura look-alike.
Virgo -- A stafford with a different front grill and a vinyl back window.
C. 4-Door Luxury Sedans
Admiral -- A very pricy sedan that looks less ritzy than it really is. Looks
like a diesel Mercedes from the
early to mid 90s.
Elegant -- A plane four-door sedan.
Emperor -- A very nice looking
Elegant that handles just the same.
Euros -- A sporty sedan with a rounded front end. A 90-96 Nissan 300zx.
Glendale -- A simple vintage Chevy.
Greenwood -- The most basic, horribly handling sedan you can find.
Intruder -- A sedan with an angled front end.
Merit -- A simple sedan that looks like an Intruder. A Ford
Nebula -- An Oldsmobile that looks just like an Inturder.
-- An old 50's Chevy.
Premier -- It still looks like an Inturder. I can't tell the difference.
Primo -- This also looks like an Intruder with a more rounded front.
Sentinel -- The basic sedan from
GTA3 and Vice that handles well and looks
nice on the road. A 5 series BMW.
It's a limo.
Sunrise -- A lesser version of the Emperor that just doesn't handle quite
as well. A 90-93 Honda Accord, slammed to the ground and front drive.
Tahoma -- A fast accelerating sedan
with a pointed front grill.
Vincent -- A plain sedan with a square front end. A 7 series BMW.
Washington -- A Vincent with a hood ornament to separate it from the rest.
Willard -- A really dumbed
down Sunrise. Has no rims on the tires.
D. Muscle Cars
Buffalo -- The powerful sports car that
Catalina drives. Mid-80s Chevy
Camaro IROC with no IROC decals, but with dual hood scoops.
Clover -- A more off-road, low riding muscle car that can really fly.
Phoenix -- A nice looking Pontiac
that can haul ass.
Sabre -- A standard looking muscle car found all throughout San Andreas.
1965-1970 Chevrolet Chevelle.
E. Street Racers
Elegy -- Has low side skirts and a sleek design.
An R32 Nissan Skyline.
Flash -- Higher side skirts and a flashier looking hood. A riced out 88-91
Jester -- Same as the Elegy but it's a smaller car with a longer hood. It's
a Toyota Supra Turbo.
Stratum -- A street racing station wagon.A Volvo 850.
-- A Flash with a different hood and no side skirts. It's a Subaru
Impreza WRX STi.
-- A lesser version of the Jester. A 89-94 Nissan 240sx S13
F. High Performance Vehicles
Banshee -- A sleek convertible. One of the best in the game. It's a Dodge
Bullet -- A Banshee without the convertible and with a racing strip. Your
reward for all silver in driving
school. Russ Kociuba says it's a Ford GT.
Cheetah -- A low-riding, fast as hell Ferrari 512 Testarossa.
Comet -- A Porsche 911 Cabriolet sports car.
Hotknife -- Your reward for gold in driving school. An insanely
roadster with amazing speed.
Hotring Racer -- This stock car is your reward for
Infernus -- No longer than Lambourghini it was in GTA3, but obvious by it's
style and spoiler. Steal one once and you'll know it forever. A 1995-2005
GT - Your reward for all bronze in driving school. A road racer with
a gigantic spoiler. A Toyota Supra GT.
Turismo -- A much lower version of the Infernus. Ferrari F40.
Windsor -- It's luxurious, sporty, and powerful.
I've yet to see one on the
road, but it has a unique look that you just can't resist.
ZR-350 -- A Mazda RX-7 sports car found all over San Andreas.
G. Heavy Trucks and Utility
-- A pickup with an overhanging camper.
Boxville -- A really boxy van.
-- A black Boxville that starts Home Invasions.
Cement Truck -- It's a cement truck.
Combine Harvester -- Farm equipment gone wild.
DFT-30 -- A flatbed truck with an Isuzu or Mitsubishi-Fuso
style truck cab.
Dozer -- A bulldozer. Control the front with the right analog stick.
Dumper -- A dump truck. Control the lift with the right analog stick.
Dune -- An off-road transport truck
that you get for completing Kick Start.
Flatbed -- A large Flatbed truck found in construction
Hotdog -- Alex's Hotdog vans.
Linerunner -- The smallest of the truck cabs.
Mr. Whoopee -- The ice cream truck. Press L3 to hear the jingle.
Mule -- A larger version of the Benson.
Packer -- A portable ramp, great for motorcycle jumps. Use R3 to lift the
ramp up and down and transport cars.
Roadtrain -- The biggest of the truck cabs. This is HUGE.
Tanker -- The cab that hauls tankers for the
RS Haul missions.
Tractor -- A riding tractor.
Yankee -- The simple hauling truck
from GTA3 and Vice.
H. Light Trucks and Vans
Berkley's RC Van -- The vans that Zero wants you to
Bobcat -- A simple pickup with Bobcat written on the back.
Burrito -- A simple
gangster van with no windows.
Forklift -- Use the right analog stick to control the lift.
Moonbeam -- The stupid soccer mom van with windows on all sides.
Mower -- A riding lawn mower.
Newsvan -- A Pony with a satellite dish on it.
Pony -- A simple van with one window on each side.
Rumpo -- A slightly smaller version of the Pony.
Sadler -- Another simple two-door pickup.
Tug -- An airplane tugger found near and on airport fields.
Walton -- A pickup with a wooden fence in
Yosemite -- A much bigger version of the Sadler with more power. A Chevy
Blade -- There are rarely hydraulics on this simple lowrider.
Cutlass convertable .
Broadway -- A very stylish pimpmobile. Hit
R3 to start pimping missions.
Remington -- A boxy Caddilac lowrider.
-- A four-door convertible lowrider. A 70s Chevy Impala.
Slamvan -- A very sleek and fast lowrider.
Tornado -- A tricked out 50s Chevy with hydraulics.
Voodoo -- The most simple lowrider. Usually
comes with the works and found
in bright red.
-- A custom-made dune buggy.
BF Injection -- A nice dune buggy with a roll cage and four wheel drive.
Bloodring Banger -- A demolition derby lowrider that you get for completing
the Blood Bowl.
Caddy -- A golfcart.
Camper -- A Volkswagon Combi Van.
Journey -- A big
RV found out in the countryside.
Kart -- A crazy go cart found in some racing missions.
Mesa -- An off-road jeep.
Monster -- A monster truck that you get for completing 8-track.
Patriot -- An off-road military Hummer.
Quad -- An ATV that handles like crap on the roads. Keep
it in the dirt.
There's one on a farm in Blueberry Hills.
Sandking -- An SUV
tricked out with huge tires.
Vortex -- A hovercraft vehicle that can go on land or sea.
Bikes and Motorcycles
Bike -- A simple lowrider bike.
BMX -- A BMX bike.
Mountain Bike -- A bike that handles far better off road than on.
-- A crotch-rocket with amazing wheelie capabilities.
Faggio -- A simple motor scooter.
FCR-900 -- Get all silver at Bike school to get this. Faster than the
BF-400 and PCJ, but still no match
for the NRG.
Freeway -- Your reward for all bronze at Bike school. A Harley hog.
NRG-500 -- Get all gold at bike school for this. The fastest bike in the
land by far. There's one on
top of the parking garage near the LS Stadium.
PCJ-600 -- A sport bike that was great back in the
Pizzaboy -- The Well Stacked Co.'s delivery scooter. No pizza missions in
San Andreas though.
Sanchez -- The off-road dirty Sanchez is back.
-- A laid back cruising road bike.
L. Civil Service and Transport
Baggage -- Found
in airports. A baggage handler.
Brown Streak -- The Brown Streak freight train. Hit R3 for
Bus -- Your personal gang transportation system.
Coach -- The same as a Bus. Really, there's like no difference.
Freight -- A freight train.
Hit R3 for Freight missions.
Securicar -- A durable security car for transporting bank money.
Sweeper -- A little baby street sweeper.
Towtruck -- Use the right analog
stick to tow vehicles around.
Trashmaster -- The trash van is back, too.
Utility Van -- It's a PG&E utility truck. Not a van.
M. R3 Vehicles
Starts paramedic missions.
Barracks -- An army flatbed. Starts Vigilante.
Enforcer -- The SWAT truck. Starts Vigilante. Free armor for entering.
FBI Rancher -- The
FBI's version of the Rancher. Starts Vigilante.
FBI Truck -- An off-road FBI SUV. Starts Vigilante.
Firetruck -- Starts Firefighter.
HPV1000 -- The police motorcycle. Starts Vigilante.
Police -- Starts Vigilante. Five free shotgun rounds for entering.
Ranger -- A police SUV
found outside of towns. Starts Vigilante.
Rhino -- Everyone's favorite tank. Right control
stick controls the
turret, O fires, R3 starts Vigilante.
-- A crowd control SWAT vehicle. Does not start Vigilante, but it
doesn't really fit anywhere
AT-400 -- A passenger jet liner. Yes, you can steal it.
Beagle -- A light dual prop plane. Great for travel.
Cropduster -- A cropdusting biplane.
There's one out in Bone County north
of the large Quarry.
-- The stupid two-winged plane is back and just as horrid as ever.
There's an open one in the
Hydra -- Oh no I missed one vehicle out of 200, everyone send me e-mails
complaining. A special miltiary plane that you get as a reward for doing
some missions at Verdant
Meadows. It's a Harrier jet.
Nevada -- An old dual-prop passenger plane.
Rustler -- A WWII fighter plane. All bronze in flight school gives you
this as a reward.
Shamal -- A private jet. There's an unlocked one at the LS airport.
Skimmer -- The stupid
sea plane from Vice is back, but now it can land
on land or water
Stuntplane -- A single-prop biplane. All silver in flight school unlocks
this plane. Also used
in race tournaments.
Cargobob -- A transport helicopter
that looks like military.
Hunter -- The real military helicopter. R3 starts Vigilante (Brown
Thunder). This is the ultimate crime fighter. All gold in pilot school
gives this as your reward.
An AH-64A Apache.
Leviathan -- Appears in Verdant Meadows after Up, Up, and Away. Use O to
drop the magnet onto cars.
Raindance -- A big helicopter with no real interests.
Sea Sparrow -- A helicopter that can land on water. Hit L1 for machine
guns. Very nice.
Sparrow -- A simple helicopter with a bubble cockpit.
Coastguard -- A plain
coast guard boat.
Dingy -- A James Bond style inflatable raft.
Jetmax -- A sleek speed boat. Get all gold at boat school for this.
Launch -- An attack boat.
Marquis -- A nice looking recreational boat. All bronze at boat school
nabs you one of these.
Predator -- The police boat, so you aren't safe at sea. Hit L1 for
Reefer -- A lame fishing boat.
Speeder -- The second fastest boat in the sea. Very sleek and cool.
Squallo -- A tenth of
a step down from the Speeder is the Squallo. Almost
as good, and it's your reward for all silver
in boat school.
Tropic -- A simple recreational boat.
Q. RC Cars
RC Bandit -- A remote controlled race car.
RC Baron -- A remote controlled biplane.
RC Goblin -- A remote controlled helicopter.
RC Tiger -- A remote controlled tank.
are nearly 200 vehicles in GTA:SA. Have fun. More in-depth info on some
cars by Johnny Wales, Jon Palazzo, L. Faustini,
Raymond Shao and KKgrandi,
since I really don't care about this section of the guide. If you want better
free to send it in. I am most certainly not a car connosieur, nor do
I care how that's even spelled.