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It is located in East Holland, Algonquin, that primarily sells sportswear and casual clothing. The store is also present in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, but it is inaccessible. It is one of only three clothing chains where the player can purchase clothes in GTA IV, the other two being the Russian Shop and Perseus, and is considered a "mid-range" clothing outlet of the three.
Modo's presentation is generally simple but tidy, with neatly organized rows of wardrobes. The cashier is a well-dressed young man named Mike, who comments that Niko looks like he was "in a Binco explosion", or was a past resident of Alderney, if Niko walks into the store wearing non-Modo clothing.
|Dark Knit||$100||Striped Shirt||$80||Jeans-|
|Brown Knit||$100||Silk Shirt||$80||Jeans-|
White & Brown
|Striped Knit||$100||Plaid Shirt||$80||Jeans-|
White & Red
- Modo could be a reference to the Turkish, Polish, Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian, Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian and Serbo-Croatian word "moda" which means "fashion".
- Modo can be robbed by pressing LB on Xbox 360 or L1 on PS3. You will get about $9-$199 and an automatic 1 star wanted level.
- Modo is the only accessible location besides the Bank of Liberty in the campaign mission "Three Leaf Clover" that has an alarm system.
- It is odd that you can fire gunshots and even kill the cashier and the alarm will only go off if the player opens the cash register.
- Modo is believed to be based on the famous clothing retail chain H&M.
- It is possible that Modo was planned on being ZIP before the game's release, but the name was changed. This is due to both stores selling very similar clothing styles.
- gta4onlineguide.com - has pictures and prices for all the clothing in Modo