This resembles to accord!? Bull*you known what*! Fugitive is all american, Ford Taurus and Chevy Caprice mashup, not funky hondas!
I think the Fugitive much more closely resembles the Holden Caprice not the Commodore. The wheelbase is a bit too long to be a Commodore and it's never used as a police car outside of Australia. The Caprice has. The front also looks nothing like the Commodore, but looks more similar to a Holden/ Chevrolet Caprice. The Fugitive being a Caprice also explains its placement in the sedans class as opposed to muscle. The Commodore is considered a sports/ muscle vehicle while the Caprice is a luxury sedan that still has a V8 engine. If nobody responds to this I'll just edit the page so... yeah. Feel free to tell me I'm wrong if you can come up with any evidence Jackimo1999 (talk) 13:04, April 11, 2015 (UTC)
- I agree, though it doesn't give an excuse for the Commodore to be removed completely from the article, as it resembles some significance of it. Add that in if you want. (talk) | (stalk) 13:10, April 11, 2015 (UTC)
"Lamar Davis used to own one"
Where is it seen ingame that Lamar owns a Fugutive.. I only remember him using a Emperor and driving away in a Jackal in The Long Stretch.
Edit: I just read the last trivia, I've never heard it before in a game. I'm gonna look into this later.
MitchMaljers - "5 years ago a virus escaped and everyone died" 14:16, May 18, 2015 (UTC)
The article claims that there are cues from the Impala (which causes assumption it's the Merit's successor), but the base is a Holden Commodore (as Cheval is Holden). The Commodore's US counterpart is the Pontiac G8 (end of paragraph one), so that would mean it's the successor to the DF8-90 (G6). I'd put that in but I'd like another opinion or two. Leo68 (talk) 07:18, September 8, 2016 (UTC)
- While it's factual, it's not really relevant to GTA. This is GTA Wiki; if a user wanted to know this, they could quite easily learn from the descriptions of what either car are based on, and work it out themselves. The only reason several other cars have "predecessor" "successor" mentions is because the game references them, for example, the Vacca and Infernus are referenced as brothers, like real life, and the Stirling GT's file name is "feltzer3", revealing its connection with the original Feltzer. I admit I have added Reaper to Vacca as a "spiritual successor", which was a bad move - sure, we can add DF8-90 in the related sections, and vice versa, but naming them successors isn't really relevant, unless the game references them as such. Monk Talk 14:40, September 8, 2016 (UTC)