|Vehicle type||Civilian motorcycle|
|Body style||Sport motorcycle|
|Capacity||2 (rider and passenger)|
|Appearance(s)||Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|
The Streetfighter is very easy to handle, thus it is a great beginner bike, due to its good speed and handling. The Streetfighter used at the beginning of the game, when Jerry Martinez tells Victor Vance to go to the airport , where a person is waiting for him.
The bike can be seen driving around Vice City and can also be found at Fort Baxter Air Base (until the base cannot be accessed after Victor is dishonorably discharged from the army in "Conduct Unbecoming").
The Streetfighter is primarily based on a Honda CB750 Four, but with more slimmer body and rounder fuel tank design. However, its engine appears to be either a twin-cylinder or inline-3, as opposed to Honda CB750's inline-4.
- Beside Jerry Martinez's Barracks, with an army green color (not available after "Conduct Unbecoming").
- Lying beside the house south of the Cholo Warehouse in Little Haiti.
- On the west wall near King Knuts in Downtown.
- In Little Havana, near the Libre Havana Logo and just parked at the Carioca.
- Next to a cafe at the north of Ocean Beach.
- Parked near the steps at the Brodie's Hotel in Vice Point.
- On a street corner northeast of the Vice Point Pay'n'Spray.
- The name of this bike is a reference to the streetfighter style of motorcycle common in urban areas. A streetfighter is a sportbike stripped of its fairings, often with an aftermarket headlight. They are commonly used for stunting and are an example of a standard/naked bike.
- The name is also a possible reference to the series of fighting games of the same name.
- In the PSP version of the game, the pitch sound of the Streetfighter is lower than the PS2 version. It is very noticeable.
- It's the first vehicle available to the player to drive in GTA Vice City Stories.
- Chronologically this is the first vehicle driven in the 3D Universe.
- It looks very similar to another motorcycle from the HD Universe: the Vader and PCJ-600, which both are also a large-displacement streetfighter bikes with high-pitched engine noises.