GTA San Andreas Vehicles – A Complete Review

When first released, Grant Theft Auto: San Andreas was one of the fastest selling games ever (it made the top 3 of all time). This was on the PlayStation 2. It has since been re-released on the XBOX, allowing a whole new demographic of gamers to enjoy this game. Within the game, there are almost 200 vehicles in the game. Note that this includes all GTA San Andreas vehicles, and this means planes, bikes, helicopters, boats, and several types of cars.

Because of the extensive collection of GTA San Andreas vehicles, I will be picking out a few of the most notable and taking a look at them. As bicycles are new to the game, most people like riding them at the start, and the most fun of all the bikes is the BMX, as you can bunny hop and even pop wheelies.

The fastest car in the game is called the Infernus. It can be found in the third city, driven by lots of rich businessmen.

The style is allegedly based on that of the Honda NSX sports car. Though this car is the fastest, it doesn’t have the best handling, so for an all-round driving experience I would recommend either the Banshee or the Bullet (which always spawns outside the Sphinx casino in the third city).

If you’re looking to go off road (and there’s plenty of off-road areas in this game in between every city) than you should look no further than the Patriot. Modelled on the Humvee, this 4×4 can take anything thing that you can throw at it, and is especially good at soaking up gunfire, so it’s useful to take on difficult missions. The only downside is that it’s incredibly rare to get hold of. The only place that it’s guaranteed to spawn is in the middle of the secret military base, but that’s not an easy area to get into!

One of the ‘bonus’ GTA San Andreas vehicles in the game is the Hydra plane. It’s the best plane in the game by a mile, thanks to its amazing handling, speed and weaponry. If you’ve ever seen the Harrior Jump Jet from the film True Lies, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about.

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