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{{Infobox vehicles
| name = Manana
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|name = Manana
| front_image = Manana-GTA4-Stevie-front.jpg
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|front_image = Manana-GTAV-front.png
| image_size = 300
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|image_size = 300
| caption = A Manana in [[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]].
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|caption = A '''Manana''' in ''[[Grand Theft Auto V]]''.
| vehicle_type = Civilian car
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|rear_image = Manana-GTAV-rear.png
| body_style = 2-door coupe (GTA III — GTA IV)<br />4-door sedan (GTA Chinatown Wars)
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|vehicle_type = Civilian car
| capacity = 2 (GTA III — GTA IV)<br />4 (GTA Chinatown Wars)
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|vehicle_class = Sports Classics
| manufacturer = [[Albany]] (GTA IV)
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|body_style = 2-door city car <small>([[3D Universe]])</small><br>2-door convertible <small>(''GTA LCS'')</small><br>2-door lowrider <small>(''GTA IV''/''GTA V'')</small><br/>4-door sedan <small>(''GTA Chinatown Wars'')</small>
| appearances = [[Grand Theft Auto III|GTA III]]<br />[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|GTA Vice City]]<br />[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA San Andreas]]<br />[[Grand Theft Auto Advance|GTA Advance]]<br />[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|GTA Liberty City Stories]]<br />[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|GTA Vice City Stories]]<br />[[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]]<br />[[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars|GTA Chinatown Wars]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto V]]
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|capacity = 2 <small>(driver and passenger)</small><br />4 <small>(driver and three passengers, Chinatown Wars only)</small>
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|manufacturer = [[Albany]] <small>([[HD Universe]])</small>
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|appearances = ''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]''<br/>''[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]''<br/>''[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]''<br/>''[[Grand Theft Auto Advance]]''<br/>''[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]''<br/>''[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]]''<br/>''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]''<br>''[[The Lost and Damned]]''<br>''[[The Ballad of Gay Tony]]''<br/>''[[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]]''<br>''[[Grand Theft Auto V]]''<br>''[[Grand Theft Auto Online]]''
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|related = [[Emperor (car)|Emperor]]<br>[[Virgo]]<br>[[Esperanto]]<br>[[Buccaneer]]
 
}}
 
}}
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The [[Albany]] '''Manana''' (pronounced ''Ma-<u>Nya</u>-Nah'', from Spanish ''mañana'', meaning "morning" or "tomorrow") was originally a compact two-door coupe/city car first introduced in ''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]'', and appears in every game since then.
   
The '''Manana''' is a two-door coupe first introduced in [[Grand Theft Auto III]]. For much of its existence, the Manana has been designed as an undesirable vehicle, combining poor performance with unappealing aesthetics. The Manana concept was significantly changed in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]], but retains its two-door coupe body style.
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==Design==
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For much of its existence, the Manana has been designed as a basic civilian car with a simple design. The Manana concept was significantly changed into a full-size classic coupe in the [[HD Universe]].
   
To date, the Manana has appeared in the following games:
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===3D Universe===
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In its early appearances, the Manana is a city car with a very simple design. In ''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]'', ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]'', and ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]]'', the vehicle assumes a very boxy design, resembling coupe variants of a [[wp:Dodge Aries|Dodge Aries]]/[[wp:Plymouth Reliant|Plymouth Reliant K]], [[wp:Pontiac Grand Am#1985.E2.80.931991|Pontiac Grand Am]], or a [[wp:Ford Tempo|Ford Tempo]]. Its appearance remains "boxy" in ''GTA Vice City'' and ''GTA Vice City Stories'' — reflecting early 1980s automobile design trends. At one point during [[Beta Releases#Grand Theft Auto III|development of ''GTA III'']], the Manana was known on the [[Capital Autos]] website as the "'''Ariant'''", an evident portmanteau of the Dodge Aries and Plymouth Reliant names.
   
* [[Grand Theft Auto III]]
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Additional redesigns for the Manana were made for ''[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]'', ''[[Grand Theft Auto Advance]]'' and ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]''. In ''GTA San Andreas'', the Manana assumed a slightly different body design, resembling a [[wp:Toyota Tercel|Toyota Tercel]] ,[[wp:Dodge Shadow|Dodge Shadow]] or [[wp:Plymouth Sundance|Plymouth Sundance]] or a 1990 Ford Escort from front angle (but with front turn signals like earlier renditions). The ''GTA Advance'' rendition of the car features an older design than any previous version, harking back to a 1970s model. In ''GTA Liberty City Stories'', a rounder 1990s convertible body design was used, resembling a [[wp:Chevrolet Cavalier|1997 Chevrolet Cavalier z24 convertible]] and [[wp:Honda CR-X del Sol|Honda Del Sol]] with much improved performance compared to its predecessors. The round, compact design may also resemble the [[wp:Mazda MX-5|Mazda Miata]].
* [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]
 
* [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]
 
* [[Grand Theft Auto Advance]]
 
* [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]
 
* [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]]
 
* [[Grand Theft Auto IV]]
 
* [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]]
 
* [[Grand Theft Auto V]]
 
   
The Manana also appears to feature in Grand Theft Auto V, according to screen shots of Rockstar's second GTA V trailer.[[File:Screen_shot_2012-12-25_at_03.55.41.png|thumb|The distinctive rear end of the GTA IV style Manana in GTA V trailer #2.]][[File:Screen_shot_2012-12-25_at_03.55.58.png|thumb|The GTA V Manana front end, similar to that of GTA IV.]]
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===''Grand Theft Auto IV''===
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The [[Albany]] Manana has a very different look in ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]'' compared to its namesake in the previous games - it is now a classic luxury coupe similar to the [[Buccaneer]]. The front detailing resembles that of a [[wp:Buick LeSabre#1971-1976|1975 Buick LeSabre]], but the overall design is derived from a [[wp:Cadillac Eldorado#1967-1970|1967 or '68 Cadillac Eldorado]]; the front bumper is derived from neither of these cars, having a late '70s look.
   
==Description==
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The car is available as both a coupe and a convertible. It can be sold for $1,200 at [[S&M Auto Sales]] after completion of [[Stevie's Car Thefts]] in ''GTA IV''.
===GTA III — GTA Vice City Stories===
 
In its early appearances, the Manana is a small car with little power and poor handling characteristics. In [[Grand Theft Auto III]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]], and [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]], the vehicle assumes a very boxy design, resembling coupe variants of a [[wp:Dodge Aries|Dodge Aries]] or a [[wp:Plymouth Reliant|Plymouth Reliant K]]. Its appearance remains "boxy" in GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City Stories — reflecting early 1980s automobile design trends. At one point during [[Beta Releases#Grand Theft Auto III|development of GTA III]], the Manana was known on the [[Capital Autos]] website as the "'''Ariant'''", an evident portmanteau of the Dodge Aries and Plymouth Reliant names.
 
   
Additional redesigns for the Manana were made for [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]], [[Grand Theft Auto Advance]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]. In GTA San Andreas, the Manana assumed a slightly different body design, resembling a [[wp:Dodge Shadow|Dodge Shadow]] or [[wp:Plymouth Sundance|Plymouth Sundance]] or a 1990 Ford Escort from front angle (but with front turn signals like earlier renditions). The GTA Advance rendition of the car features an older design than any previous version, harking back to a 1970s model. In GTA Liberty City Stories, a rounder 1990s convertible body design was used, resembling a [[wp:Mazda Miata|Mazda Miata]], or a [[wp:Chevrolet Cavalier|1997 Chevrolet Cavalier z24 convertible]] with much improved handling.
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===''Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars''===
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The Manana in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]]'' is the exclusive gang car for the [[Hillside Posse|Yardies]], appearing only with a green body color and a yellow [[wp:Vinyl roof|landau]], and a more compact 1960s design. Performance wise, the car is a significant improvement over its many preceding renditions, with moderate top speed and acceleration, good steering and acceptable brakes. For the first time in the series, it is a 4-door sedan, which can be compared to the third generation [[wp:Ford Zephyr|Ford Zephyr]] in its appearance how ether its not certain whether Ford made a landau version of the car.
   
In GTA San Andreas, the Manana can be seen driven by members of the [[Da Nang Boys]] around [[Easter Basin]] and [[Garver Bridge]], both in [[San Fierro]].
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===''Grand Theft Auto V''===
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The Manana makes its return in ''[[Grand Theft Auto V]]'', but has not changed much since its last appearance in ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]]'', the only notable difference being the absence of white wall tires (which can be purchased from [[Los Santos Customs]]). It is now highly customizable, and also available in gang modified variants. Its performance is mediocre, with bad acceleration and modest top speed, even with upgrades. It is a heavy vehicle, and is prone to fishtailing at high speeds.
   
{| align="center"
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===Current Design Gallery===
|<gallery width="auto" perrow="3" style="font-size:95%; padding:0;" widths="180">
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{{Vehicle Design Gallery
Ariant-GTA3-front.jpg|The beta [[Grand Theft Auto III|GTA III]] Manana as the "Ariant" as seen in the [[Capital Autos]] website.
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| Front_quarter_imagename = AlbanyManana-GTAV-Front.png
Manana-GTA3-front.jpg|GTA III (<small>[[:Image:Manana-GTA3-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
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| Top_view_imagename =
Manana-GTAVC-front.jpg|[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|GTA Vice City]] (<small>[[:Image:Manana-GTAVC-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
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| Rear_quarter_imagename = AlbanyManana-GTAV-Rear.png
Manana-GTASA-front.jpg|[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA San Andreas]] (<small>[[:Image:Manana-GTASA-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
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| Front_view_imagename =
Manana-GTAA.png|[[Grand Theft Auto Advance|GTA Advance]].
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| Side_view_imagename =
Manana-GTALCS-front.jpg|[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|GTA Liberty City Stories]] with roof up (<small>[[:Image:Manana-GTALCS-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view, with roof down]]</small>).
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| Rear_view_imagename =
Manana-GTAVCS-front.jpg|[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|GTA Vice City Stories]] (<small>[[:Image:Manana-GTAVCS-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
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| Engine_bay_imagename = Manana,Albany.jpg
</gallery>
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| Underside_view_imagename =
|}
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| Inside_view_imagename = Car-interior-manana-gtav.png
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| Badge_texture_imagename = Manana-GTAIV-Badges.png
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| Damage_view_imagename =
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| Dashboard_view_imagename = Manana_GTAVe_Interior.jpg
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}}
   
===GTA IV — GTA Chinatown Wars===
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===Version History Gallery===
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{{Vehicle Design History Gallery
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| GTAIII_Front_imagename = Manana-GTA3-front.jpg
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| GTAIII_Rear_imagename = Manana-GTA3-rear.jpg
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| GTAVC_Front_imagename = Manana-GTAVC-front.jpg
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| GTAVC_Rear_imagename = Manana-GTAVC-rear.jpg
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| GTAADV_Front_imagename = Manana-GTAA.png
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| GTASA_Front_imagename = Manana-GTASA-front.jpg
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| GTASA_Rear_imagename = Manana-GTASA-rear.jpg
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| GTALCS_Front_imagename = Manana-GTALCS-front.jpg
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| GTALCS_Rear_imagename = Manana-GTALCS-rear.jpg
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| GTAVCS_Front_imagename = Manana-GTAVCS-front.jpg
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| GTAVCS_Rear_imagename = Manana-GTAVCS-rear.jpg
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| GTAIV_Front_imagename = Manana-GTA4-front.jpg
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| GTAIV_Rear_imagename = Manana-GTA4-rear.jpg
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| GTACW_Front_imagename = Manana-GTACW.png
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}}
   
The [[Albany]] Manana has a very different look in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] compared to its namesake in the previous games - it is now a sharp '70s-style luxury car. The front detailing resembles that of a [[wp:Buick LeSabre#1971-1976|1975 Buick LeSabre]], but [[File:Manana_badges.png|thumb]]the rest is unmistakably derived from a [[wp:Cadillac Eldorado#1967-1970|1967 or '68 Cadillac Eldorado]]; the front bumper is derived from neither of these cars, having a late '70s look. The car is available as both a coupe and a convertible. The GTA IV rendition of the Manana does have one thing in common with the prior versions: it still has poor performance and mediocre handling, although it is far from the worst-handling car in the game. Its top speed is about 141 mph, but it takes a very long while to get there, given that it has acceleration figures identical to a Karin [[Dilettante]]. It has good crash deformation, probably owing to its heaviness and sturdy construction. It is able able to withstand 3-4 direct front impacts before catching fire or becoming undriverable. Unlike most heavy, underpowered cars (such as the [[Moonbeam]] and [[Voodoo]]), the Manana is capable of doing a burnout. The car is not fitted for rolling over. When you crash, the car will most likely have much trouble flipping back wasting your car. The car can be sold for $1,200 at [[S&M Auto Sales]] after completion of [[Stevie's Car Thefts]] in GTA IV.
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==Performance==
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=== 3D Universe ===
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In the [[3D Universe]], the Manana had a very sluggish acceleration and has a top speed around a mere 97 mph (156 kph) {{fact}}, but the Manana is slow enough that its cornering abilities are quite good. It has ABS and strong bodywork, so it can hit a Mule to move out of its way or avoid roadblocks with its outstanding cornering ability.
   
The Manana in GTA Chinatown Wars exists exclusively as the gang car for the [[Hillside Posse|Yardies]], appearing only with a green body color and a yellow [[wp:Vinyl roof|landau]], and a more compact 1960s/1970s design. Performance wise, the car is a significant improvement over its many preceding renditions, with moderate top speed and acceleration, good steering and acceptable brakes. For the first time in the series, it is a 4-door sedan, which can be compared with the [[Greenwood]] in its appearance.
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The ''Liberty City Stories'' version has an overall improved performance compared with its predecessor, with better acceleration and slightly higher top speed. But the car's improvement relied on its agile handling, able to drift in corners at high speed without losing control. Body work is slightly weaker and can sustain less damage than his original version. 
   
== Grand Theft Auto V ==
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The Manana is powered by a 1.4L four cylinder engine, with the exception of the Inline-3 (''Vice City Stories'') and V6 (''Liberty City Stories'').
The Manana makes it's return in [[GTA V]], but has not changed much since it's last appearance in [[GTA IV]].
 
   
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===''Grand Theft Auto IV''===
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[[File:Manana-GTA4-engine.png|thumb|175px|Engine close-up in ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]]''.]]
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In ''[[GTA IV]]'', the Manana has a 4.0L V8 coupled to 4-speed automatic gearbox, but due to its weight, it still suffers from sluggish speed and handling. It still has adequate brakes, but because of its higher curb weight, it takes longer to stop due to its larger mass. It does have one thing in common with the prior versions: it still has poor performance and mediocre handling, although it is far from the worst-handling car in the game. Its top speed is about 141 mph {{Fact}}, but it takes a very long while to get there, given that it has acceleration figures identical to a Karin [[Dilettante]]. It has good crash deformation, probably owing to its heaviness and sturdy construction. It is able to withstand 3-4 direct front impacts before catching fire or becoming undrivable. Unlike most heavy, underpowered cars (such as the [[Moonbeam]] and [[Voodoo]]), the Manana is capable of doing a burnout. The car is not fitted for rolling over. When crashing, the car will most likely have much trouble flipping back wasting the car.
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{{Clr}}
   
{| align="center"
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====GTA IV Overview====
|<gallery width="auto" perrow="4" style="font-size:95%; padding:0;" widths="180">
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{{GTA IV Vehicle Stats
Manana-GTA4-front.jpg|[[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]] (<small>[[:Image:Manana-GTA4-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view, without roof]]; [[:Image:Manana-GTA4-engine.png|engine]]</small>).
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|Gears Files = 5
Manana-GTACW.png|[[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars|GTA Chinatown Wars]].
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|Gears Tested = 5
180px-6929-mananaback.v.jpg|Rear of the Manana in [[GTA V]]
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|Engine = V8
</gallery>
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|Drivetrain Files = RWD
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|Drivetrain Tested = RWD
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|Mass (Files only) = 2100 / 4630 <small>(Handling.dat)</small>
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}}
   
==Variants==
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===''Grand Theft Auto V''===
The Manana is featured prominently in the GTA III mission "[[Dead Skunk in the Trunk]]" for [[Joey Leone]]. [[Claude]] is charged with taking the car from [[Greasy Joe's]] to [[Harwood Autocrusher and Junkyard]], whilst avoiding the Forelli Brothers. A special version of the car is used, featuring blood smeared at the tail of the vehicle, and, if the trunk lid is bumped loose, revealing the corpse of a [[Forelli Family]] gang member which is in the trunk. After disposing of the Forelli Brothers' [[Sentinel]]s, the corpse-carrying Manana can be taken back to the player's safehouse and blown up in the garage. While this will fail the mission, after the garage closes and re-opens, this unique Manana can be saved and kept. Internal files reveal this design of the Manana as '''Corpse'''. This Manana has also a different horn sound, identical to the one of the [[Landstalker]].
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In ''[[GTA V]]'', the Manana's performance did not go through any radical changes since its last iteration. Despite featuring a decent sized 4.0L V8, the vehicle feels very underpowered, possibly owing to its heavy weight. Acceleration is sluggish, and the vehicle has excessive body roll and bad weight distribution which may lead to fishtailing at high speeds. Crash deformation is the only solid point in this car's handling, as the Manana can take multiple hits to its body and engine without breaking down. Its performance is similar to that of its [[Declasse]]-manufactured competitor, the [[Voodoo]], being a heavy but moderate acceleration. 
   
In the mission [[Twisted Metal]] in [[GTA Advance]] , a unique dark cherry red Manana is used to exterminate [[Vinnie]]'s body, the colour is much darker than the normal red Manana.
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==== GTA V Overview ====
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{{GTA V Vehicle Stats
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|0-62mph/ 0-100km/h time defined =
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|Top speed defined = 81 / 130 <small>(Handling.dat)</small>
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|Engine defined =
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|Drivetrain defined = RWD
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|Gears defined = 4
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|Mass defined = 2100 / 4630
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|0-62mph/ 0-100km/h time observed = 12 Seconds
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|Top speed observed = 95 / 153
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|Engine observed = {{H:title|Front-engine, rear wheel drive|FR}} V8
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|Drivetrain observed = RWD
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|Gears observed = 4
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}}
   
A unique maroon red Manana is featured in the [[Ran Fa Li (mission)|Ran Fa Li mission]] in [[GTA San Andreas]] where CJ has to take the Manana to a garage, you have to blow it up to fail the mission. Then after, your Manana will be saved.
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==Modifications==
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===''Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas''===
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The Manana can only be modified in a [[TransFender]] garage.
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{| class="wikitable"
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!Type
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!Upgrade
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!Cost
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|-
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|Colors
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|Car Color 1 (64 different colors)
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|$ 150
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|-
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| rowspan="3" |Exhausts
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|Large Exhaust
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|$ 250
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|-
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|Medium Exhaust
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|$ 200
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|-
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|Twin Exhaust
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|$ 300
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|-
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| rowspan="2" |Lights
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|Round Fog Lamp
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|$ 100
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|-
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|Square Fog Lamp
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|$ 50
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|-
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| rowspan="3" |Nitro
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|2x Nitrous
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|$ 200
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|-
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|5x Nitrous
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|$ 500
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|-
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|10x Nitrous
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|$ 1000
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|-
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| rowspan="3" |Spoilers
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|Win
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|$ 550
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|-
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|Fury
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|$ 350
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|-
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|Alpha
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|$ 250
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|-
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|Side skirts
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|Side Skirt
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|$ 500
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|-
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| rowspan="10" |Wheels
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|Import
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|$ 820
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|-
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|Atomic
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|$ 770
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|-
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|Ahab
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|$ 1000
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|-
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|Virtual
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|$ 620
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|-
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|Access
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|$ 1140
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|-
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|Off Road Wheel
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|$ 1000
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|-
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|Mega
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|$ 1030
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|-
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|Grove
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|$ 1230
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|-
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|Twist
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|$ 1200
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|-
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|Wires
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|$ 1560
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|-
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|Car Stereo
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|Bass Boost
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|$ 100
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|-
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|Hydraulics
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|Hydraulics
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|$ 1500
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|}
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NOTE: [[Las Venturas]] [[Transfender]] will charge 20% more (except for colors)
   
In GTA IV, a Manana is requested as part of [[Stevie's Car Thefts]], appearing with a uniquely white top (if it appears with a top) and grey body. As a new Manana will respawn at the same spot until the player delivers one to [[S&M Auto Sales]], the player can save one at their safehouse before delivering another.
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===''Grand Theft Auto V''===
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{{Under Construction}}
   
In [[TBOGT]], there is a chance to steal a unique maroon and gold Manana. During [[Arnaud]]'s second [[Random Encounter|encounter]], he drives this Manana to chase after a pimp, who stole his wallet and beat him up after a rather odd night of opium and [http://gta.wikia.com/Prostitutes prostitutes]. After you drop off Arnaud, you keep the car.
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==Notable Owners==
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*[[Ballas (HD Universe)|Ballas]]
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*[[Da Nang Boys]]
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*[[The Families]]
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*[[Hillside Posse]]
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*[[Joey Leone]] owns a gray Manana, as seen in [[Dead Skunk In The Trunk]].
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*[[Los Santos Vagos (HD Universe)|Los Santos Vagos]]
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*[[Stevie]] can own a grey/white variant through his [[Stevie's Car Thefts|car thefts]].
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*An unnamed [[pimp]] owns a golden Manana seen in [[Arnaud]]'s second [[Random characters|encounter]].
   
{| align="center"
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== Image Gallery ==
|<gallery width="auto" perrow="4" style="font-size:95%; padding:0;" widths="180">
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<gallery position="center">
Manana-DeadSkunkInTheTrunk.png|Trunk area of the "corpse" Manana featured during "[[Dead Skunk in the Trunk]]" in [[GTA III]].
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Ariant-GTA3-front.jpg|The beta ''[[Grand Theft Auto III|GTA III]]'' Manana as the "Ariant" as seen in the [[Capital Autos]] website.(<small>[[:Image:Ariant-GTA3-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
582px-Manana_Corpse,_III.png|The unique silver Corpse Manana from Dead Skunk in the Trunk.
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Manana-GTA4-Stevie-front.jpg|Manana requested by [[Stevie]] in [[Stevie's Car Theft Missions|Stevie's Car Thefts]].
Corpse-GTA3-traffic.PNG|A Corpse Manana in GTA 3, spawned in the traffic with the help of some minor modifications.
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AlbanyMananaConvertible-GTAV-Front.png|Convertible version (<small>[[:Image:AlbanyMananaConvertible-GTAV-Rear.png|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
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Manana-GTAV-RSC.png|The Manana on [[Rockstar Games Social Club]].
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GangWar-GTAV.jpg|[[Franklin]] shoots at nearby [[Ballas (HD Universe)|Ballas]] while driving a Manana in ''[[Grand Theft Auto V|GTA V]]''.
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
|}
 
   
== Performance==
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==Variants==
In the GTA III era, Manana had a very sluggish acceleration and has a top speed around a mere 90 mph (143 kph), but the Manana is slow enough that its cornering abilities are quite good. It has ABS and strong bodywork, so it can hit a Mule to move out or avoid the roadblock with its outstanding cornering ability. The Manana is definitely powered by a four cylinder engine.
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* The Manana is featured prominently in the ''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]'' mission "[[Dead Skunk in the Trunk]]" for [[Joey Leone]]. [[Claude]] is charged with taking the car from [[Greasy Joe's]] to [[Harwood Autocrusher and Junkyard]], whilst avoiding the Forelli Brothers. A special version of the car is used, featuring blood smeared at the tail of the vehicle, and, if the trunk lid is bumped loose, revealing the corpse of a [[Forelli Family]] gang member which is in the trunk. After disposing of the Forelli Brothers' [[Sentinel]]s, the corpse-carrying Manana can be taken back to the player's safehouse and blown up in the garage. While this will fail the mission, after the garage closes and re-opens, this unique Manana can be saved and kept. Internal files reveal this design of the Manana as '''Corpse'''. This Manana has also a different horn sound, identical to the one of the [[Landstalker]].
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<gallery width="auto" perrow="3" style="font-size:95%; padding:0;" widths="180" position="center" spacing="small" position="center">
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Manana-GTAIII-DeadSkunkInTheTrunk.png|Trunk area of the "corpse" Manana featured during "[[Dead Skunk in the Trunk]]" in ''[[GTA III]]''.
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MananaCorpse-GTAIII-Front.png|The unique silver Corpse Manana from Dead Skunk in the Trunk.
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MananaCorpse-GTAIII-Traffic.PNG|A Corpse Manana in ''GTA III'', spawned in the traffic via modifications.
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* In the mission "[[Twisted Metal]]" in ''[[GTA Advance]]'', a unique dark cherry red Manana is used to exterminate [[Vinnie]]'s body, the colour is much darker than the normal red Manana.
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* A unique maroon red Manana is featured in the "[[Ran Fa Li (mission)|Ran Fa Li]]" mission in ''[[GTA San Andreas]]'' where CJ has to take the Manana to a garage, then the player has to blow it up to fail the mission. After that, the Manana will be saved.
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* In ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]'', a Manana is requested as part of [[Stevie's Car Thefts]], appearing with a uniquely white top (if it appears with a top) and grey body. As a new Manana will respawn at the same spot until the player delivers one to [[S&M Auto Sales]], the player can save one at their safehouse before delivering another.
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* In [[TBOGT|TBoGT]], there is a chance to steal a unique maroon and gold Manana. During [[Arnaud]]'s second [[Random Encounter|encounter]], It is driven by a pimp, who stole his wallet and beat him up after a rather odd night of opium and [[Prostitutes|prostitutes]]. After killing the pimp and dropping Arnaud off, the player can keep the car.
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* In ''[[Grand Theft Auto V]]'', there are unique modified Mananas belonging to the [[Los Santos Vagos (HD Universe)|Los Santos Vagos]], [[The Families|Families]], and [[Ballas (HD Universe)|Ballas]] gangs. These gang variants feature a lower lip, headlight grilles, seven fives lowrider wheels, arch flames, painted and chrome fender skirts, curb feelers, dual shotgun exhaust, limo window tint, and competition suspension. Gang members will open fire on the player if he/she attempts to steal one of their cars. If [[Franklin Clinton|Franklin]] steals a [[The Families|Families]] Manana, he will be ignored.
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* There are unique non-gang modified variants that can be found in [[El Burro Heights]] at the bus junkyard on the corner of [[South Shambles Street]] and [[Hanger Way]], most often at night. These share the same upgrades as the gang variants but unique paint. The non-gang modified variants feature spinnaker purple with a hot pink pearlescent paint, spinnaker purple secondary paint, and bronze wheels. Similar unique non-gang modified variants of the [[Buccaneer]], [[Peyote]], and [[Tornado]] can be found parked at the same bus junkyard as well as in front of Olson's Autos on [[El Rancho Boulevard]] in [[Cypress Flats]], most often during the day.
   
In GTA IV, the Manana has a larger engine, a V8, but due to its weight, it still suffers from sluggish speed and handling. It still has adequate brakes, but because of its higher curb weight, it takes longer to stop due to its larger mass.
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MananaBallas-GTAV-Front.png|[[Ballas (HD Universe)|Ballas]] Manana. (<small>[[:Image:MananaBallas-GTAV-Rear.png|Rear quarter view]]</small>)
== Trivia ==
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MananaFamilies-GTAV-Front.png|[[Families]] Manana. (<small>[[:Image:MananaFamilies-GTAV-Rear.png|Rear quarter view]]</small>)
* "Mañana" is Spanish for "morning" and "tomorrow", possibly a reference to the car's markedly unimpressive speed and handling (ie. "You'll get there tomorrow").
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MananaVagos-GTAV-Front.png|[[Los Santos Vagos (HD Universe)|Vagos]] Manana. (<small>[[:Image:MananaVagos-GTAV-Rear.png|Rear quarter view]]</small>)
* At one point during the development of GTA III, the Manana (Ariant) had a similar front end to the [[Taxi]].
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* In GTA IV, despite there being no "[[wikt:ñ|ñ]]" in its name, the police chatter pronounce its name ("man - yah - nuh").
 
* In GTA IV, the car emits a [["Door Ajar" Chime|&quot;door ajar&quot; chime]] when one of its doors is opened, unusual considering the rarity of the feature in real-life cars from the 1960s and 1970s.
 
* The Manana plays the following radio stations by default when entered:
 
** [[K-JAH]] in GTA III
 
** [[Bounce FM]] in GTA San Andreas.
 
** [[Massive B Soundsystem 96.9]] or [[Tuff Gong Radio]] in GTA IV.
 
** [[Ticklah]] in GTA Chinatown Wars
 
** [[RamJam FM]] in the [[Episodes from Liberty City]].   
 
* In GTA San Andreas, there is a glitch where if you damage the Manana extensively and exit the vehicle, it sometimes suddenly turns white and lacks a sheen. If you reenter the vehicle, it remains like that until it is either repaired or destroyed.
 
* The GTA III [[beta]] Manana was the civilian variant of the taxi and the police car.
 
* It's strange that in GTA III the car looks old, but in GTA Liberty City stories it looks modern, despite Liberty City Stories passing in 1998 and III in 2001.
 
* It may possibly be a gang car for the [[Grove Street Families in HD Universe]] as shown in a recent screenshot for [[GTA V]].
 
   
 
==Locations==
 
==Locations==
;GTA III
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===''Grand Theft Auto III''===
 
*[[AMCo. Petroleum Company|AMCo.]] underground car park in [[Torrington]], [[Staunton Island]].
 
*[[AMCo. Petroleum Company|AMCo.]] underground car park in [[Torrington]], [[Staunton Island]].
 
*Often seen around the [[Red Light District]] .
 
*Often seen around the [[Red Light District]] .
 
*[[Francis International Airport, Shoreside Vale|Shoreside Vale]] car park on [[Shoreside Vale]].
 
*[[Francis International Airport, Shoreside Vale|Shoreside Vale]] car park on [[Shoreside Vale]].
   
;GTA Vice City
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===''Grand Theft Auto: Vice City''===
 
*Can frequently be found in [[Little Haiti]] and [[Little Havana]].
 
*Can frequently be found in [[Little Haiti]] and [[Little Havana]].
 
*Commonly appears in the car park of the [[Schuman Health Care Center]], in [[Downtown Vice City|Downtown]].
 
*Commonly appears in the car park of the [[Schuman Health Care Center]], in [[Downtown Vice City|Downtown]].
   
;GTA San Andreas
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===''Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas''===
 
*Occasionally at the [[Xoomer|Xoomer Gas Station]] in [[Easter Basin]], [[San Fierro]], most of the time with doors locked. The player have to push it to a garage for it to unlock.
 
*Occasionally at the [[Xoomer|Xoomer Gas Station]] in [[Easter Basin]], [[San Fierro]], most of the time with doors locked. The player have to push it to a garage for it to unlock.
*Spawns in [[Da Nang Boys]] gang turf, like Easter Basin.
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*Spawns in [[Da Nang Boys]] gang turf, like [[Easter Basin]] and [[Garver Bridge]], both in [[San Fierro]].
*Used in [[Ran Fa Li (mission)]] as the car CJ uses to escape the car park and reach the garage at [[Esplanade North]].
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*Used in "[[Ran Fa Li (mission)|Ran Fa Li]]" as the car CJ uses to escape the car park and reach the garage at [[Esplanade North]].
   
;GTA Liberty City Stories
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===''Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories''===
 
*AMCo. underground car park in Torrington, Staunton Island.
 
*AMCo. underground car park in Torrington, Staunton Island.
 
*In an alleyway south of the [[Staunton Island Safehouse (GTA LCS)|Staunton Island Safehouse]] and southwest of [[Pay 'n' Spray]] in [[Newport]], Staunton Island.
 
*In an alleyway south of the [[Staunton Island Safehouse (GTA LCS)|Staunton Island Safehouse]] and southwest of [[Pay 'n' Spray]] in [[Newport]], Staunton Island.
*By the church in [[Bedford Point]], Staunton Island, a few blocks north of the Love Media drop-off point.
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*By the church in [[Bedford Point]], Staunton Island, a few blocks north of the [[Love Media]] drop-off point.
 
*[[Carson General Hospital]] car park in [[Rockford]], Staunton Island.
 
*[[Carson General Hospital]] car park in [[Rockford]], Staunton Island.
 
*In the [[Newport Multistory Car Park]].
 
*In the [[Newport Multistory Car Park]].
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*Commonly seen driven around Northern [[Portland]].
   
;GTA Vice City Stories
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===''Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories''===
 
*Commonly seen in Little Haiti and Little Havana.
 
*Commonly seen in Little Haiti and Little Havana.
   
;GTA IV
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===''Grand Theft Auto IV''===
 
*[[Stevie]] requests a Manana for his [[Stevie's Car Thefts|Car Thefts]], this one is found behind the [[Burger Shot]] near the [[Huntington Street LTA|Huntington Street Station]] in [[Cerveza Heights]], [[Dukes]].
 
*[[Stevie]] requests a Manana for his [[Stevie's Car Thefts|Car Thefts]], this one is found behind the [[Burger Shot]] near the [[Huntington Street LTA|Huntington Street Station]] in [[Cerveza Heights]], [[Dukes]].
 
*Often spawn in [[Hove Beach]], [[Firefly Island]], [[Beachgate]], [[Schottler]] ([[Broker]]), Cerveza Heights, [[Steinway]], [[Willis]] (Dukes), [[East Holland]], [[North Holland]], [[Northwood]], [[Star Junction]], [[Purgatory]] ([[Algonquin]]), [[Boulevard]], [[Fortside]], [[South Bohan]] ([[Bohan]]), [[Acter]] and [[Tudor]] ([[Alderney]]).
 
*Often spawn in [[Hove Beach]], [[Firefly Island]], [[Beachgate]], [[Schottler]] ([[Broker]]), Cerveza Heights, [[Steinway]], [[Willis]] (Dukes), [[East Holland]], [[North Holland]], [[Northwood]], [[Star Junction]], [[Purgatory]] ([[Algonquin]]), [[Boulevard]], [[Fortside]], [[South Bohan]] ([[Bohan]]), [[Acter]] and [[Tudor]] ([[Alderney]]).
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*Rarely spawn in [[Beechwood City]] (Broker), and [[Presidents City]] (Algonquin).
 
*Rarely spawn in [[Beechwood City]] (Broker), and [[Presidents City]] (Algonquin).
   
;GTA Chinatown Wars
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===''Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars''===
 
*Spawns commonly in [[Jamaican Mafia|Jamaican]] gang territory, primarily in Beechwood City, Broker.
 
*Spawns commonly in [[Jamaican Mafia|Jamaican]] gang territory, primarily in Beechwood City, Broker.
   
;Grand Theft Auto V
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===''Grand Theft Auto V''===
*Spawns around the Grove Street Families gang territory, as the Manana is one of there gang vehicles.
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*Spawns around the [[The Families|Families]] gang territory, as the Manana is one of their gang vehicles.
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*Yellow Mananas serve as a [[Los Santos Vagos (HD Universe)|Vagos]] gang vehicle and can be found in [[Rancho]].
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*Often spawns on [[Grove Street (HD Universe)|Grove Street]]. Customized with anything that can be done at [[Los Santos Customs]], which is very useful if the player does not have enough money to customize a car. It spawns purple, but this can be changed at Los Santos Customs for $650. The car is owned by the [[Ballas (HD Universe)|Ballas]].
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== Trivia ==
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===General===
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* "Mañana" is Spanish for "morning" and "tomorrow", possibly a reference to the car's markedly unimpressive speed and handling (i.e. "You'll get there tomorrow").
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* The Manana plays the following radio stations by default when entered:
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** '''''GTA III''''': [[K-JAH]].
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** '''''GTA San Andreas''''': [[Bounce FM]].
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** '''''GTA Liberty City Stories''''': [[Rise FM]].
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** '''''GTA IV''''': [[Massive B Soundsystem 96.9]] or [[Tuff Gong Radio]].
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** '''''Episodes from Liberty City''''': [[RamJam FM]].
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** '''''GTA Chinatown Wars''''': [[Ticklah]].
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** '''''GTA V''''': [[East Los FM|East Los FM 106.2]].
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* It shares the rim design with the [[Admiral]].
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* Because of its heavy handling, it is implied that the Manana is not equipped with a [[wp:Power steering|power steering]] system in its engine, further explaining the Manana's ludicrous handling.
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===3D Universe===
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* In the beta of ''GTA III'', the car had a different rear design (see gallery).
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* The ''GTA III'' [[beta]] Manana was the civilian variant of the taxi and the police car.
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* It's strange that in ''GTA III'' the car looks old, but in ''GTA: Liberty City Stories'' it looks modern, despite Liberty City Stories passing in 1998 and III in 2001. This was probably an attempt to introduce a new model of the Manana, following the trend of San Andreas, ignoring GTA III's model.
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* In ''GTA San Andreas'', there is a glitch where if the player damages the Manana extensively and exit the vehicle, it sometimes suddenly turns white and lacks a sheen. If the player reenters the vehicle, it remains like that until it is either repaired or destroyed.
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* The ''GTA San Andreas'' rendition fairly resembles a shortened [[wp:Toyota AE86|Toyota AE86]], making it look like the [[Futo]].
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* The ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]'' version is similar to the [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]'s [[Cadrona]].
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* Due to its round design in ''GTA: LCS'', one may consider the Manana as the coupe version of the [[Kuruma]].
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===''Grand Theft Auto IV''===
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* Despite there being no "[[wikt:ñ|ñ]]" in its name, the police chatter pronounce its name ("man-yah-nuh").
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* In ''GTA IV'', the car emits a [[Vehicle Features#Door Ajar Chime|door-ajar chime]] when one of its doors is opened, unusual considering the lack of the feature in real-life cars from the 1960s and 1970s.
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===''Grand Theft Auto V'' and ''Online''===
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* Although the Manana, along with the [[Peyote]], has the convertible variant, it does not function in ''GTA V''.
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* The gang variant in ''[[Grand Theft Auto Online]]'' nets the players $7,520 in [[Los Santos Customs]].
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** After the [[Heists Update]], the gang Manana used to sell for $34,815.
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** However, this was later patched after the 1.22 update.
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* In ''GTA V'', the Manana strangely has a clutch pedal clearly visible despite having an automatic transmission. However, the pedal may be a foot-operated parking brake.
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* The real life variant of the Manana is seen in the "The Chain Gang of 1974 - Sleepwalking" Music video. This song is heard on [[Radio Mirror Park]] and was the song heard on the official trailer.
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* In the Android version of ''GTA III'', the "corpse" version of the car has shorter and slightly smaller taillights and rear turning signals, which is shown more instead on the back of being on the sides, like its normal counterpart.
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* The snow variant of the Manana can be obtained by setting the Respawn vehicle as "Manana (snowed)" while making a GTA [[Capture]] in the creator.{{Fact}}
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==See also==
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*[[Futo]] and [[Issi]], the [[HD Universe]]'s continuation of the Manana's previous compact body style.
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*[[Voodoo]] and [[Buccaneer]], the direct competitors of the HD era Manana.
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*[[Esperanto]], [[3D Universe]] equivalent of the HD Universe Manana.
   
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The Albany Manana (pronounced Ma-Nya-Nah, from Spanish mañana, meaning "morning" or "tomorrow") was originally a compact two-door coupe/city car first introduced in Grand Theft Auto III, and appears in every game since then.

DesignEdit

For much of its existence, the Manana has been designed as a basic civilian car with a simple design. The Manana concept was significantly changed into a full-size classic coupe in the HD Universe.

3D UniverseEdit

In its early appearances, the Manana is a city car with a very simple design. In Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, the vehicle assumes a very boxy design, resembling coupe variants of a Dodge Aries/Plymouth Reliant K, Pontiac Grand Am, or a Ford Tempo. Its appearance remains "boxy" in GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City Stories — reflecting early 1980s automobile design trends. At one point during development of GTA III, the Manana was known on the Capital Autos website as the "Ariant", an evident portmanteau of the Dodge Aries and Plymouth Reliant names.

Additional redesigns for the Manana were made for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto Advance and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. In GTA San Andreas, the Manana assumed a slightly different body design, resembling a Toyota Tercel ,Dodge Shadow or Plymouth Sundance or a 1990 Ford Escort from front angle (but with front turn signals like earlier renditions). The GTA Advance rendition of the car features an older design than any previous version, harking back to a 1970s model. In GTA Liberty City Stories, a rounder 1990s convertible body design was used, resembling a 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier z24 convertible and Honda Del Sol with much improved performance compared to its predecessors. The round, compact design may also resemble the Mazda Miata.

Grand Theft Auto IVEdit

The Albany Manana has a very different look in Grand Theft Auto IV compared to its namesake in the previous games - it is now a classic luxury coupe similar to the Buccaneer. The front detailing resembles that of a 1975 Buick LeSabre, but the overall design is derived from a 1967 or '68 Cadillac Eldorado; the front bumper is derived from neither of these cars, having a late '70s look.

The car is available as both a coupe and a convertible. It can be sold for $1,200 at S&M Auto Sales after completion of Stevie's Car Thefts in GTA IV.

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown WarsEdit

The Manana in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars is the exclusive gang car for the Yardies, appearing only with a green body color and a yellow landau, and a more compact 1960s design. Performance wise, the car is a significant improvement over its many preceding renditions, with moderate top speed and acceleration, good steering and acceptable brakes. For the first time in the series, it is a 4-door sedan, which can be compared to the third generation Ford Zephyr in its appearance how ether its not certain whether Ford made a landau version of the car.

Grand Theft Auto VEdit

The Manana makes its return in Grand Theft Auto V, but has not changed much since its last appearance in GTA IV, the only notable difference being the absence of white wall tires (which can be purchased from Los Santos Customs). It is now highly customizable, and also available in gang modified variants. Its performance is mediocre, with bad acceleration and modest top speed, even with upgrades. It is a heavy vehicle, and is prone to fishtailing at high speeds.

Current Design GalleryEdit


Version History GalleryEdit

PerformanceEdit

3D Universe Edit

In the 3D Universe, the Manana had a very sluggish acceleration and has a top speed around a mere 97 mph (156 kph) [citation/verification needed], but the Manana is slow enough that its cornering abilities are quite good. It has ABS and strong bodywork, so it can hit a Mule to move out of its way or avoid roadblocks with its outstanding cornering ability.

The Liberty City Stories version has an overall improved performance compared with its predecessor, with better acceleration and slightly higher top speed. But the car's improvement relied on its agile handling, able to drift in corners at high speed without losing control. Body work is slightly weaker and can sustain less damage than his original version. 

The Manana is powered by a 1.4L four cylinder engine, with the exception of the Inline-3 (Vice City Stories) and V6 (Liberty City Stories).

Grand Theft Auto IVEdit

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Engine close-up in GTA IV.

In GTA IV, the Manana has a 4.0L V8 coupled to 4-speed automatic gearbox, but due to its weight, it still suffers from sluggish speed and handling. It still has adequate brakes, but because of its higher curb weight, it takes longer to stop due to its larger mass. It does have one thing in common with the prior versions: it still has poor performance and mediocre handling, although it is far from the worst-handling car in the game. Its top speed is about 141 mph [citation/verification needed], but it takes a very long while to get there, given that it has acceleration figures identical to a Karin Dilettante. It has good crash deformation, probably owing to its heaviness and sturdy construction. It is able to withstand 3-4 direct front impacts before catching fire or becoming undrivable. Unlike most heavy, underpowered cars (such as the Moonbeam and Voodoo), the Manana is capable of doing a burnout. The car is not fitted for rolling over. When crashing, the car will most likely have much trouble flipping back wasting the car.

GTA IV OverviewEdit

Acceleration
(0 - 60mph / 0 - 100km/h)
Top Speed
(mph / km/h)
Engine Details
(Layout/Type/Decal Detail)
Drivetrain
(AWD / FWD / RWD)
Gears
(Number + Type)
Mass
(Kg / lb)

n/a

Top Speed (Handling.dat)
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Top Speed (Tested)
n/a

V8

Drivetrain (Handling.dat)
RWD
Drivetrain (Tested)
RWD

Gears (Handling.dat)
5
Gears (Tested)
5

2100 / 4630 (Handling.dat)


Grand Theft Auto VEdit

In GTA V, the Manana's performance did not go through any radical changes since its last iteration. Despite featuring a decent sized 4.0L V8, the vehicle feels very underpowered, possibly owing to its heavy weight. Acceleration is sluggish, and the vehicle has excessive body roll and bad weight distribution which may lead to fishtailing at high speeds. Crash deformation is the only solid point in this car's handling, as the Manana can take multiple hits to its body and engine without breaking down. Its performance is similar to that of its Declasse-manufactured competitor, the Voodoo, being a heavy but moderate acceleration. 

GTA V Overview Edit

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n/a 81 / 130 (Handling.dat)

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4

2100 / 4630

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12 Seconds 95 / 153

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RWD

4

Mass cannot be observed.


ModificationsEdit

Grand Theft Auto: San AndreasEdit

The Manana can only be modified in a TransFender garage.

Type Upgrade Cost
Colors Car Color 1 (64 different colors) $ 150
Exhausts Large Exhaust $ 250
Medium Exhaust $ 200
Twin Exhaust $ 300
Lights Round Fog Lamp $ 100
Square Fog Lamp $ 50
Nitro 2x Nitrous $ 200
5x Nitrous $ 500
10x Nitrous $ 1000
Spoilers Win $ 550
Fury $ 350
Alpha $ 250
Side skirts Side Skirt $ 500
Wheels Import $ 820
Atomic $ 770
Ahab $ 1000
Virtual $ 620
Access $ 1140
Off Road Wheel $ 1000
Mega $ 1030
Grove $ 1230
Twist $ 1200
Wires $ 1560
Car Stereo Bass Boost $ 100
Hydraulics Hydraulics $ 1500

NOTE: Las Venturas Transfender will charge 20% more (except for colors)

Grand Theft Auto VEdit

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Notable OwnersEdit

Image Gallery Edit

VariantsEdit

  • The Manana is featured prominently in the Grand Theft Auto III mission "Dead Skunk in the Trunk" for Joey Leone. Claude is charged with taking the car from Greasy Joe's to Harwood Autocrusher and Junkyard, whilst avoiding the Forelli Brothers. A special version of the car is used, featuring blood smeared at the tail of the vehicle, and, if the trunk lid is bumped loose, revealing the corpse of a Forelli Family gang member which is in the trunk. After disposing of the Forelli Brothers' Sentinels, the corpse-carrying Manana can be taken back to the player's safehouse and blown up in the garage. While this will fail the mission, after the garage closes and re-opens, this unique Manana can be saved and kept. Internal files reveal this design of the Manana as Corpse. This Manana has also a different horn sound, identical to the one of the Landstalker.
  • In the mission "Twisted Metal" in GTA Advance, a unique dark cherry red Manana is used to exterminate Vinnie's body, the colour is much darker than the normal red Manana.
  • A unique maroon red Manana is featured in the "Ran Fa Li" mission in GTA San Andreas where CJ has to take the Manana to a garage, then the player has to blow it up to fail the mission. After that, the Manana will be saved.
  • In Grand Theft Auto IV, a Manana is requested as part of Stevie's Car Thefts, appearing with a uniquely white top (if it appears with a top) and grey body. As a new Manana will respawn at the same spot until the player delivers one to S&M Auto Sales, the player can save one at their safehouse before delivering another.
  • In TBoGT, there is a chance to steal a unique maroon and gold Manana. During Arnaud's second encounter, It is driven by a pimp, who stole his wallet and beat him up after a rather odd night of opium and prostitutes. After killing the pimp and dropping Arnaud off, the player can keep the car.
  • In Grand Theft Auto V, there are unique modified Mananas belonging to the Los Santos Vagos, Families, and Ballas gangs. These gang variants feature a lower lip, headlight grilles, seven fives lowrider wheels, arch flames, painted and chrome fender skirts, curb feelers, dual shotgun exhaust, limo window tint, and competition suspension. Gang members will open fire on the player if he/she attempts to steal one of their cars. If Franklin steals a Families Manana, he will be ignored.
  • There are unique non-gang modified variants that can be found in El Burro Heights at the bus junkyard on the corner of South Shambles Street and Hanger Way, most often at night. These share the same upgrades as the gang variants but unique paint. The non-gang modified variants feature spinnaker purple with a hot pink pearlescent paint, spinnaker purple secondary paint, and bronze wheels. Similar unique non-gang modified variants of the Buccaneer, Peyote, and Tornado can be found parked at the same bus junkyard as well as in front of Olson's Autos on El Rancho Boulevard in Cypress Flats, most often during the day.

LocationsEdit

Grand Theft Auto IIIEdit

Grand Theft Auto: Vice CityEdit

Grand Theft Auto: San AndreasEdit

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City StoriesEdit

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City StoriesEdit

  • Commonly seen in Little Haiti and Little Havana.

Grand Theft Auto IVEdit

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown WarsEdit

  • Spawns commonly in Jamaican gang territory, primarily in Beechwood City, Broker.

Grand Theft Auto VEdit

  • Spawns around the Families gang territory, as the Manana is one of their gang vehicles.
  • Yellow Mananas serve as a Vagos gang vehicle and can be found in Rancho.
  • Often spawns on Grove Street. Customized with anything that can be done at Los Santos Customs, which is very useful if the player does not have enough money to customize a car. It spawns purple, but this can be changed at Los Santos Customs for $650. The car is owned by the Ballas.

Trivia Edit

GeneralEdit

  • "Mañana" is Spanish for "morning" and "tomorrow", possibly a reference to the car's markedly unimpressive speed and handling (i.e. "You'll get there tomorrow").
  • The Manana plays the following radio stations by default when entered:
  • It shares the rim design with the Admiral.
  • Because of its heavy handling, it is implied that the Manana is not equipped with a power steering system in its engine, further explaining the Manana's ludicrous handling.

3D UniverseEdit

  • In the beta of GTA III, the car had a different rear design (see gallery).
  • The GTA III beta Manana was the civilian variant of the taxi and the police car.
  • It's strange that in GTA III the car looks old, but in GTA: Liberty City Stories it looks modern, despite Liberty City Stories passing in 1998 and III in 2001. This was probably an attempt to introduce a new model of the Manana, following the trend of San Andreas, ignoring GTA III's model.
  • In GTA San Andreas, there is a glitch where if the player damages the Manana extensively and exit the vehicle, it sometimes suddenly turns white and lacks a sheen. If the player reenters the vehicle, it remains like that until it is either repaired or destroyed.
  • The GTA San Andreas rendition fairly resembles a shortened Toyota AE86, making it look like the Futo.
  • The Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories version is similar to the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas's Cadrona.
  • Due to its round design in GTA: LCS, one may consider the Manana as the coupe version of the Kuruma.

Grand Theft Auto IVEdit

  • Despite there being no "ñ" in its name, the police chatter pronounce its name ("man-yah-nuh").
  • In GTA IV, the car emits a door-ajar chime when one of its doors is opened, unusual considering the lack of the feature in real-life cars from the 1960s and 1970s.

Grand Theft Auto V and OnlineEdit

  • Although the Manana, along with the Peyote, has the convertible variant, it does not function in GTA V.
  • The gang variant in Grand Theft Auto Online nets the players $7,520 in Los Santos Customs.
    • After the Heists Update, the gang Manana used to sell for $34,815.
    • However, this was later patched after the 1.22 update.
  • In GTA V, the Manana strangely has a clutch pedal clearly visible despite having an automatic transmission. However, the pedal may be a foot-operated parking brake.
  • The real life variant of the Manana is seen in the "The Chain Gang of 1974 - Sleepwalking" Music video. This song is heard on Radio Mirror Park and was the song heard on the official trailer.
  • In the Android version of GTA III, the "corpse" version of the car has shorter and slightly smaller taillights and rear turning signals, which is shown more instead on the back of being on the sides, like its normal counterpart.
  • The snow variant of the Manana can be obtained by setting the Respawn vehicle as "Manana (snowed)" while making a GTA Capture in the creator.[citation/verification needed]

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