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{{Infobox vehicles
 
{{Infobox vehicles
| front_image = 313px-BanditoGTAV.png
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| front_image = Bandito-GTASA-front.jpg
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| rear_image = Bandito-GTASA-rear.jpg
 
| image_size = 300
 
| image_size = 300
| caption = The Bandito in [[Grand Theft Auto V]]
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| caption = The Bandito in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA San Andreas]]
 
| vehicle_type = Civilian car
 
| vehicle_type = Civilian car
 
| body_style = Dune buggy
 
| body_style = Dune buggy
 
| capacity = 1 (driver)
 
| capacity = 1 (driver)
| appearances = [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA San Andreas]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto V]]}}
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| appearances = [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA San Andreas]]|related = [[Dune Buggy|BF Dune Buggy]]}}
   
The '''Bandito''' is sand-driving buggy in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] and [[Grand Theft Auto V]].
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The '''Bandito''' is sand-driving buggy in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]].
   
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
 
===Design===
 
===Design===
 
The Bandito is designed as a single occupant sand rail with a relatively simple construction. The Bandito's body and chassis consists of formed and welded metal tubing. Its driver compartment, engine and other mechanical components are exposed; lights and windscreen are also added. Being stripped down to the bare essentials, the Bandito also lacks a radio.
 
The Bandito is designed as a single occupant sand rail with a relatively simple construction. The Bandito's body and chassis consists of formed and welded metal tubing. Its driver compartment, engine and other mechanical components are exposed; lights and windscreen are also added. Being stripped down to the bare essentials, the Bandito also lacks a radio.
 
[[Image:Bandito-GTASA-rear.jpg|thumb|260px|Rear quarter view]]
 
   
 
===Performance===
 
===Performance===
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* It is one of the few one-seater cars in [[GTA San Andreas]], the others being the [[Sweeper]], [[Forklift]], [[Baggage Handler]], [[Kart]], [[Dozer]], [[Mower]], and [[Combine Harvester]].
 
* It is one of the few one-seater cars in [[GTA San Andreas]], the others being the [[Sweeper]], [[Forklift]], [[Baggage Handler]], [[Kart]], [[Dozer]], [[Mower]], and [[Combine Harvester]].
 
* "Bandito" is Italian for "Gangster," or "Outlaw."
 
* "Bandito" is Italian for "Gangster," or "Outlaw."
* This is the only of the girlfriends' vehicles in which the progress doesn't need to be at 50% to become unlocked, owing to the fact it has no doors.
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* If the player activates the health cheat while driving a Bandito the belt wheel on the engine will become perpendicular with its normal rotation position. This will also occur of the player drives the vehicle into a Pay N Spray.
* If the player activates the health cheat while driving a Bandito the belt wheel on the engine will become perpendicular with its normal rotation position.
 
 
* There are no steering arms attached to the front wheels of the buggy, which in theory means that it is impossible for the Bandito to steer. (This logic is however ignored in-game)
 
* There are no steering arms attached to the front wheels of the buggy, which in theory means that it is impossible for the Bandito to steer. (This logic is however ignored in-game)
* The Bandito will return in GTA V. It bears a strong resemblance to the military DPV.
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* The [[BF]] [[Dune Buggy]] from [[Grand Theft Auto V]] could be the [[HD Universe]] counterpart of the Bandito.
   
 
==Locations==
 
==Locations==
 
* Spawns in front of [[Helena Wankstein|Helena Wankstein's]] [[Helena Wankstein's Farm|home]] in [[Flint Range]], [[Flint County]] if you date her.
 
* Spawns in front of [[Helena Wankstein|Helena Wankstein's]] [[Helena Wankstein's Farm|home]] in [[Flint Range]], [[Flint County]] if you date her.
* Found at a beach west of the [[San Fierro City Hall]] in [[San Fierro]].
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* Found at a beach west of the [[San Fierro City Hall]] in [[San Fierro (3D Universe)|San Fierro]].
 
* May be used in the mission "[[Interdiction]]" for [[Mike Toreno]]
 
* May be used in the mission "[[Interdiction]]" for [[Mike Toreno]]
* Used in the chase to kill Eddie Pulaski during "[[High Noon]]".
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* Used in the chase to kill [[Eddie Pulaski]] during "[[High Noon]]".
 
* Used in one of the [[Race Tournaments in GTA San Andreas#San Fierro Race Torunaments|San Fierro Street Races]], namely "Bandito Country".
 
* Used in one of the [[Race Tournaments in GTA San Andreas#San Fierro Race Torunaments|San Fierro Street Races]], namely "Bandito Country".
* Importable from the [[Exports and Imports]] dock at [[Easter Basin]], San Fierro every Tuesday after completing export lists. Cost: $12,000
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* Importable from the [[Exports and Imports]] dock at [[Easter Basin]], San Fierro every Tuesday after completing export lists. Cost: $12,000.
   
==Gallery==
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==Navigation==
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[[pt:Bandito]]
313px-BanditoGTAV.png|The Bandito in [[GTA V]].
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[[Category:Vehicles]]
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[[Category:Vehicles in GTA San Andreas]]
 
[[Category:Vehicles in GTA San Andreas]]
[[Category:Vehicles in GTA V]]
 
 
[[Category:Off-Road Vehicles]]
 
[[Category:Off-Road Vehicles]]
[[Category:Special Vehicles]]
 
[[Category:Buggies]]
 

Latest revision as of 03:45, July 16, 2014

Bandito
Bandito-GTASA-front
The Bandito in GTA San Andreas
(Rear quarter view)
Vehicle type Civilian car
Body style Dune buggy
Capacity 1 (driver)
Appearance(s) GTA San Andreas
Related vehicle(s) BF Dune Buggy


The Bandito is sand-driving buggy in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

DescriptionEdit

DesignEdit

The Bandito is designed as a single occupant sand rail with a relatively simple construction. The Bandito's body and chassis consists of formed and welded metal tubing. Its driver compartment, engine and other mechanical components are exposed; lights and windscreen are also added. Being stripped down to the bare essentials, the Bandito also lacks a radio.

PerformanceEdit

The performance of the Bandito is comparably better than that of a BF Injection, a similar dune buggy, as the Bandito is not susceptible to spinouts due to a more balanced chassis and longer length. Its soft suspensions and off-road tires allow the vehicle to traverse rough terrain and sand with no problem, and its speed is considerably above average. On the bad side, the Bandito can't hold that much damage and will catch on fire in about 3 full-speed smashes to a wall. The vehicle is also bottom-heavy and wider at the bottom, reducing the risk of the vehicle resting on its top. Oddly enough, it sounds just like an FCR-900.

TriviaEdit

  • During the San Fierro Street Race "Bandito Country", the Bandito driven by Carl actually has a radio equipped; even though it isn't present visually. This may be the only Bandito in the game to ever have a radio equipped (leaving mods aside).
  • The Bandito looks like the cars from the Smuggler's Run series developed by Angel Studios (now known as Rockstar San Diego).
  • It is one of the few one-seater cars in GTA San Andreas, the others being the Sweeper, Forklift, Baggage Handler, Kart, Dozer, Mower, and Combine Harvester.
  • "Bandito" is Italian for "Gangster," or "Outlaw."
  • If the player activates the health cheat while driving a Bandito the belt wheel on the engine will become perpendicular with its normal rotation position. This will also occur of the player drives the vehicle into a Pay N Spray.
  • There are no steering arms attached to the front wheels of the buggy, which in theory means that it is impossible for the Bandito to steer. (This logic is however ignored in-game)
  • The BF Dune Buggy from Grand Theft Auto V could be the HD Universe counterpart of the Bandito.

LocationsEdit

NavigationEdit

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