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"Somewhere in the history of the 4x4, America lost its way. The seats got too comfy, the suspension got too forgiving, the stylings got too polished. The Kamacho is a lifeline thrown across fifty years of compromise, taking you right back to a time when a good 4x4 was used for crossing a desert, not making a school run."
Southern San Andreas Super Autos description.

The Canis Kamacho is an off-road utility truck featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Doomsday Heist update.

Design

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The vehicle is strongly based on the Jeep Crew Chief 715 concept, which is itself a homage to the Kaiser Jeep M715. Notable differences include the headlight setup of round and rectangular headlamps rather than the Crew Chief's double round headlamps, as well as a minor change on the lower lamps to feature yellow and white lights. The rear end features a dual tail light setup of red and yellow, as well as white lights on the bumper, opposed to the characteristic Jeep's single light setup of red and white.

The Kamacho features a soft top similar to the Mesa and the Crusader, as well as a floodlight bar similar to the Riata and the Barrage. As expected from a vehicle of its type, sump guards are visible in both ends of the underside and static winches on the bumpers.

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Performance

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The Kamacho is an adept offroader, with the high torque and high ground clearance giving it immense capability offroad. It is capable of tackling even the roughest terrain, with 50/50 torque distribution giving it an advantage on uneven terrain. Durability is good and can be further improved with the addition of bullbars. Its steering is relatively heavy due to its weight.

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Speed
71.897881%
Acceleration
63.75%
Braking
10%
Traction
60.606064%

Modifications

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GTA Online - Canis Kamacho -The Doomsday Heist-

GTA Online - Canis Kamacho -The Doomsday Heist-

Locations

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Trivia

General

  • "Kamacho" is derived from Jeep Honcho. There is a livery in Los Santos Customs to make it look like this counterpart.
  • The Jeep Crew Chief 715, which the Kamacho is based on, is the successor to the Jeep Kaiser M715, the real life counterpart of the Bodhi. This means that the Kamacho is technically the successor of the Bodhi.

Bugs/Glitches

  • The Kamacho's roof light doesn't appear to be symmetrical. The light itself appears to be split in half, with one half of the light being slightly dimmer and lower in texture quality.
  • When the Kamacho has the tubular doors equipped, removing one either via collision or forced removal results in it turning into a stock door.
  • The optional tubular doors share a hitbox with the stock doors.
  • There is a spelling error in the vehicle's name in the advertisement card when loading into Online, incorrectly calling it the "Kamancho", notice the 'n'.

See Also

  • Dubsta 6x6 - A similar vehicle manufactured by Benefactor.
  • Riata - A concept truck manufactured by Vapid.
  • Bodhi - Another pickup truck manufactured by Canis, which is technically the predecessor to the Kamacho.
  • Kalahari - A small, off-road utility truck which is also manufactured by Canis.

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