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Shouldn't the Police Riot in GTA V simply just be part of the Enforcer page? I mean, it's virtually the same vehicle with a different name, it looks exactly like the GTA IV rendition of the Enforcer with a few minor changes and pretty much behaves the same as well. Case in point, the Securicar in GTA V was unchanged from the design in GTA IV but strangely had a completely new name ("Stockade"), yet remains as part of the Securicar page on GTA Wiki. I just thought the same should apply to the Police Riot as well.
Personally I don't agree, both have a different design and name. While the Securicar was exactly the same in GTA V but just with a different name (G6 armored truck), here the Police Riot has a different usage. RainingPain17 (Talk - Edits - Blogs) 10:37, October 22, 2014 (UTC)
No, this has a significantly different design to the Stockade-based Enforcer, and that Stockade model remains in game. The front end is entirely different, side running-boards, squared-off wheel arches, narrower rear windows. Not the same vehicle. Smurfynz (talk) 10:42, October 22, 2014 (UTC)
Probably not, but similar enough I thought. The design (especially the front) has changed and so has it's purpose (forming roadblocks instead of deploying NOOSE), but it's mostly the exact same type of vehicle. It was just a thought.
Personally I think that the Enforcer is likely a heavy van/medium truck while the Riot is likely a heavy truck,the armor,the design is a bit different, I think they should stay separete (Talk) 14:10, October 22, 2014 (UTC)