Mafia Sentinel

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The Mafia Sentinel in GTA San Andreas
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A Mafia Sentinel in GTA III.

The Mafia Sentinel is a gang version of the Sentinel used by the Leone Family in Grand Theft Auto III. It accelerates fast and thus is ideal for street racing. In Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, the vehicle is named the Leone Sentinel.

Summary

Design

The Mafia Sentinel is evidently a four-door sedan based on the games' renditions of the Sentinel, resembling a mid-1990s BMW 5-series, possibly a BMW M5, which is a high performance version of the 5-series; the Mafia Sentinel is also related to the sporty Sentinel XS variants in later games. It is essentially a tuned version of the Sentinel, with a bodykit, tinted windows, and blinds over the rear window. Its paintjob is always dark gray in GTA III and black in GTA Liberty City Stories, and cannot be resprayed into any other color in a Pay 'n' Spray.

Like any gang car, attempts to steal one with a Leone Family member inside will result in surrounding peers attacking the player.

GTA San Andreas

in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, there are mods that can make the Mafia Sentinel appear in the game, however it looks like the Mafia Sentinel in Grand Theft Auto: III.

Performance

Handling is slightly sharpened, whilst average speed is noticeably quicker over its stock counterpart. Its performance coupled with its four occupant capacity makes this an ideal car for bank jobs and attacks on rival gangs.

Locations

GTA III

GTA Liberty City Stories

  • Ma Cipriani's house in Saint Mark's, Portland Island
  • Outside Salvatore's Mansion, just northwest of Saint Mark's, Portland Island (usually beside a PCJ-600)
  • Car park outside Marco's Bistro in Saint Mark's, Portland Island
  • In the mission A Volatile Situation, two of the vehicle can be seen behind the casino in Saint Mark's, Portland Island
  • Driven around Saint Mark's

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