Rat-Truck is an improved version of the machine Duneloader, unlike his younger brother, truck Rat Loader, not only does it have powerful engine, but also quite a pretty appearance.
Rat-Truck was added to the game with patch "Festive Surprise". Its neat, albeit slightly old-fashioned, streamlined shape Rat-Truck sounds like a neat truck, which drove the heroes of the American melodramas of the 50-ies. Machine got almost all the rust and got wider and more sustainable tires.
In addition to these obvious advantages (after all, few people want to travel around Los Santos on anything like a regular Rat Loader), Rat-Truck has more and wider tires, which allows him to better feel on the road (or no road) and more successfully log into steep turns. However, he's still prone to wheelspin and brake system still leaves much to be desired. Features of the suspension system and the location of the wheels lead to a very broad take-out when cornering, making u-turns on the spot, or perhaps maneuvering clogged traffic in the streets, a real challenge. The enormous power of the V8 engine, superimposed on a very peculiar handling, leads to frequent "wobbling" if not careful when overclocking. The strongest characteristic of the Rat-Truck and is the strength of its engine and a large mass at high speed turns the car into a real guided projectile.
In GTA 5 and GTA Online Rat-Truck can be purchased online for $37 000.
Characteristics of the Rat-Truck in GTA 5
|Speed ||135 kmph (95 mph) |
|Weight ||1200 kg |
|Capacity ||2 people |
|Engine ||petrol |
|Damage in the collision ||100% |
|Damage during the deformation of the body ||80% |
|Damaging small arms ||100% |
|Damaging the engine ||150% |
|The purchase price in GTA Online ||$37000 |
|The price of legal sale ||$3600 |
|The illegal sale price ||$600 |