The last line under the Performance heading reads: "The GTA IV Perennial is moderately fast for an MPV..." I'm assuming MPV stands for Multi-Passenger Vehicle, but I may be wrong. I think this needs to be's a little cryptic. Thoughts? EganioTalk 23:45, 28 June 2008 (UTC)

Not quite. An MPV is a Multi-Purpose Vehicle - essentially a big family car. I suppose its the British version of an SUV (which is a word we never use). Feel free to alter it to make more sense to yanks. Gboyers talk 00:56, 29 June 2008 (UTC)
Ah, thank you. Please forgive my yank ignorance! ;-) I just wanted to make sure it was a commonly used term. I'm not going to add SUV because I never found the term useful in any context. But if someone else wants to add it, I won't complain. EganioTalk 01:17, 29 June 2008 (UTC)


Perennial's original design kinda resembles the Lada-VAZ 2101 estate.GTAheppu 14:03, June 28, 2011 (UTC)


Is it just me or the Perennial page is broken? If it is, somebody please fix it. Ragref 21:56, December 28, 2011 (UTC)

Thanks for pointing that out. I've fixed all that up. It's happened to me a few times when my edit just changed to a load of jibber-jabber and was unreadable. I don't think he was meant to do that. Thanks again. Russelnorthrop 22:53, December 28, 2011 (UTC)

About the design

It's written this on the page, and I think something is wrong since it says the DS and iOS rendition is like an old design and in PSP and iOS renditions are a new design, but wait iOS two times? I think it's DS and iOS and PSP and IPad, someone can please solve this problem, since I just played on DS I don't know much things about the other versions. istalo September 9, 2012

No time since my GMT is different (I'm from Brazil)

Here's what written on the page:

"The GTA Chinatown Wars Nintendo DS and iOS rendition appears to revert to an older design, sporting a lean 1970s appearance more alike early renditions of the Regina. For the PSP and iOS renditions however, the Perennial resembles Mitsubishi Space Wagon."