[[Image:Blista Compact (GTAVC) (front).jpg|thumb|right|300px|A Blista Compact in GTA Vice City ([[:Image:Blista Compact (GTAVC) (rear).jpg|Rear quarter view]]).]] The '''Blista Compact''' is a 2 door hatchback available in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]], [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]] and [[Grand Theft Auto IV]]. [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]] features a car similar to the Blista Compact, named the '''Blista'''. In Grand Theft Auto IV, the Blista Compact is manufactured by [[Dinka]]. The Blista Compact is a seperate car to the [[Blista]] van seen in [[Grand Theft Auto III]], and [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]. ==Description== The Blista Compact is commonly found almost anywhere in [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] or [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]], and is generally considered to be a satisfactory car, particularly useful for quick getaways and general evasive purposes. In GTA IV, the Blista Compact is worth [[Dollar|$]]1,500 at [[Stevie]]'s garage, where Niko can bring the vehicle after completing all of his [[Stevie's Car Thefts|Text Message Car missions]]. ===Design=== Unlike many other vehicles, the Blista Compact's design has remained almost exactly the same in all its appearances, apart from its different engine sound and minor cosmetic differences. Like its design influence, the first generation [[wp:Fiat Brava|Fiat Brava]], the Blista Compact sports a hatchback design and a very small curb weight; in fact, the Blista Compact is easily the smallest and lightest passenger car in GTA Vice City and GTA San Andreas (the [[Uranus]] is lighter in GTA IV). The car has a two-tone paintjob in GTA Vice City, with an always-black bottom half, but in later games was remodeled to feature a variety of colors in all-over and two-tone styles. In GTA IV, the Blista Compact may optionally feature a spoiler or sunroof; a variant is available with side-skirts, twin exhaust and a windscreen banner. There are several burnt out [[Wrecks|wreck]] versions of the Blista Compact.

Image:Blista Compact (GTAVC) (front).jpg|A Blista Compact in GTA Vice City ([[:Image:Blista Compact (GTAVC) (rear).jpg|Rear quarter view]]). Image:Blista Compact (GTASA) (front).jpg|A Blista Compact in GTA San Andreas. Its right signal light (beside the headlight) is missing ([[:Image:Blista Compact (GTASA) (rear).jpg|Rear quarter view]]). Image:Blista Compact (GTAVCS) (front).jpg|A Blista Compact in GTA Vice City Stories. Grilles are added on the rear windscreen ([[:Image:Blista Compact (GTAVCS) (rear).jpg|Rear quarter view]]). Image:Blista Compact (GTA4) (front).jpg|A Blista Compact in GTA IV ([[:Image:Blista Compact (GTA4) (rear).jpg|Rear quarter view, without sunroof]]). Image:Blista Compact (GTA4) (modified) (front).jpg|A modified variant of GTA IV's Blista Compact. The spoiler is not exclusive to this variant ([[:Image:Blista Compact (GTA4) (modified) (rear).jpg|Rear quarter view]]). Image:Blista (GTACW).png|A Blista in GTA Chinatown Wars.
=== Performance === Since its introduction in GTA Vice City, the Blista Compact has usually been an impressive small sports car, capable of outrunning rarer and more expensive performance cars. In GTA Vice City Stories, however, the Blista Compact is noticeably slower, and suffers from terrible oversteer. Blista Compacts all adopt front wheel drive. In GTA IV, the Blista Compact is powered by a high revving, twin cam 1.4L four-cylinder engine, giving it a top speed on par with much higher-end vehicles and acceleration superior to its nearest competition, the [[Futo]]. Its suspension is excellent, preventing understeer. At high speeds it is more than capable of cornering, and at low speeds it is easy to maneuvre through city traffic. Braking is acceptable, though ABS is not standard. Crash deformation is acceptable, though build quality is sub par, often leaving the Blista Compact disabled after only a few impacts. ==Locations== '''GTA San Andreas''' *Next to one of the radar towers at [[Easter Bay International Airport]] in [[San Fierro]] (only when wanted for export) *Usually seen in San Fierro and Las Venturas regions. '''GTA Vice City Stories''' *Parked by [[Sunshine Autos]] in [[Little Havana]]. *Found at the parking lot by the [[Hyman Memorial Stadium]]. '''GTA IV''' *A Blista Compact is always found in front of the [[Comrades Bar]] at the beginning of the mission [[Ivan The Not So Terrible]]. It can be moved to the player's parking space just across the street, and the mission can be completed with another car. *Spawn all around [[Broker]], but mostly [[Hove Beach]], [[East Hook]] and [[BOABO]] *Spawn around [[Acter]], [[Acter Industrial Park]] and [[Tudor]], [[Alderney]] *Spawn around [[Chinatown]], [[Algonquin]] *Spawn around [[Industrial]] and [[Chase Point]], [[Bohan]] *Spawn in traffic in [[Multiplayer in GTA IV|Multiplayer]] ==Modifications (GTA San Andreas)== *Color *Hood *Vents *Exhausts *Nitro (all) *Roof *Spoilers *Side Skirts *Wheels *Car Stereo *Hydraulics {{Navboxes |title= Navigation |list1={{gtavc vehicles|state=collapsed}}{{Gtasa vehicles|state=uncollapsed}}{{gtavcs vehicles|state=collapsed}}{{gtaiv vehicles|state=uncollapsed}}{{vehicles|state=collapsed}}{{gtaiv|state=collapsed}} }} [[de:Blista]] [[es:Blista Compact]] [[Category:Vehicles]] [[Category:Vehicles in GTA Vice City]] [[Category:Vehicles in GTA San Andreas]] [[Category:Vehicles in GTA Vice City Stories]] [[Category:Vehicles in GTA IV]] [[Category:Vehicles in GTA Chinatown Wars]] [[Category:Small Cars]] [[Category:2-Door Sedans and Coupes]]

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ST - I apologise, it appears my former staff member has been unecessearily rude to you. Firstly, yes, everyones opinion is equally irrelevant. If we don't have proof, then we need to make a best-guess together (even if it includes the word 'maybe'), and agree on that, or else we simply don't put anything. However, we have a number of users who put whatever they think, and fight back whenever anyone removes it (because there is no proof whatsoever). I am fairly sure I have seen Rockstar (Sam or Dan) mention there are definitely no minors in any of the games, probably in a magazine article. There is no evidence to suggest they are minors, so there's nothing worth putting in an article. Secondly, a tilda is this symbol (~), putting four of those (~~~~) will automatically sign your name and put the date, which is very useful on talk pages. Hope that helps - Gboyers talk 21:14, 29 July 2009 (UTC)

As a little bit of a follow-up, I noticed you said you were signing with the button at the top, which actually puts four tildes in the text. I'd venture to guess that your signature is set up as only your name, instead of a link to your userpage and talk page. I'd suggest going into your preferences and making your signature at least link to your userpage; that way, when you sign a post, it puts a link up for other users. --GuildKnightTalk2me 20:13, 30 July 2009 (UTC)