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==Companies==
 
==Companies==
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* [[The Mars Gas Corporation]]
 
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* [[Haul]]
 
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* [[Binco]]
 
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* [[Bo-Bella Boutique]]
 
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* [[Hermit Clothing]]
 
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* [[Alpha Mail]]
 
* [[Alpha Mail]]
 
* [[The Bean Machine|Bean Machine Coffee]]
 
* [[The Bean Machine|Bean Machine Coffee]]
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* [[Candybox Chocolate]]
 
* [[Candybox Chocolate]]
 
* [[Cherenkov Vodka]]
 
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== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==

Revision as of 09:13, 29 May 2009

File:Mule (GTA3) (front).jpg
A Mule in GTA III.

The Mule is a box truck that is featured in all of the GTA III era games (except Grand Theft Auto: Advance), as well as Grand Theft Auto IV.

Description

The Mule can only support two occupants in the cab; the cargo hold does not normally open, but the cargo hold can be exposed when the door is removed - the truck will contain various items of cargo in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories.

When introduced in Grand Theft Auto III, the Mule served as a mid-size straight "luton" truck a step below the Yankee, thus being smaller in size (in actuality being narrower) and lighter. As a result, the Mule fares better in speed and acceleration but still possess average-to-poor cornering. In addition, the truck's awkward weight division may also result in easier rollovers and an inability to return upright in many occasions. The GTA III era Mule most closely resembles a 1989 or 1990 Ford E350 cube van.

In GTA IV, it resembles a 1994-2004 Isuzu Elf, with minor alterations. Unlike all other GTA versions of the Mule, it won't flip over, but is still slow. The GTA IV Mule is manufactured by Maibatsu, and has a 3 litre diesel engine, according to the badging. The Mule comes with various company names painted on the sides, as well as a version with no markings. The companies include Candybox, Cherenkov, The Bean Machine, Alpha Mail, Easy Lay Carpet, and Betta Pharmaceuticals. It should also be noted that due to its height, it is unsellable at Stevie's garage, as it will not fit inside.

Locations

GTA III

GTA Vice City

GTA San Andreas

GTA Liberty City Stories

  • Parking area of Portland Harbor, Portland Island, Liberty City

GTA Vice City Stories

GTA IV

Variants

Companies

GTA III

GTA Vice City

GTA San Andreas

GTA Liberty City Stories

GTA Vice City Stories

GTA IV

Gallery

GTA San Andreas variations

See also