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Revision as of 18:51, 14 November 2012

Vehicle
Habanero
A Habanero in GTA IV.
(Rear quarter view)
A Habanero in GTA IV.
Appearance(s) GTA IV
GTA V
Vehicle type Civilian SUV
Body style 4-door mid-size crossover SUV
Capacity 4 (driver and 3 passengers)
Manufacturer Emperor

The Emperor Habanero is a four-door mid-size crossover SUV in Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto V.

Description

The Habanero appears to be based primarily off of the 2004-2009 Lexus RX (a rebadge of the Japanese Toyota Harrier), but it is slightly bulkier. The rear end of the car, mainly the tinted windows and shape, as well as the rims, seem to be based off a 2008 3rd generation Subaru Impreza STI. Like the Lexus, the Habanero doesn't do well off road due to its low ground clearance, and is more sport-oriented and features a slightly porky curb weight (for a small CUV). However, the Habanero is good for cruising around Liberty City.

The interior of the vehicle bears the a likeness to that of an Imponte DF8-90.

Performance

The Habanero is powered by a numb-feeling V6, paired to a 5 speed gearbox in an AWD configuration. Borrowing it's specifications from the Lexus RX, the Habanero focuses more on stability and luxury rather than performance, leaving acceleration off the line slow, with a mediocre top speed of 200km/h (125mph).

Braking is below average, due in part to constant front wheel lockup. ABS is strangely not available on the Habanero, although on very rare cases, some Habaneros will feature ABS, however front wheel lockup still occurs. Handling at speed is fair, though the suspension does not perform as well as what would be expected. At slow speeds, it's far too soft leading to body roll, while at high speeds it's far too firm and unforgiving. Crash deformation is below average and build quality is sub-par, often leading to catastrophic failure after only a few accidents.

Overall, the Habanero seems to be best suited for long-distance cruising between islands, or as a last resort mode of transportation.

Trivia

File:Habanero-GTAV-trailer.jpg
The Habanero seen in the trailer for GTA V.

Locations

See also