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Bootlegger - Saints Row 2 logo
Bootlegger - Saints Row IV logo
Saints Row variants - Bootlegger - Standard - front right
The Bootlegger in Saints Row
Bootlegger - Bling SR2 variant screenshot
The Bootlegger in Saints Row 2
Bootlegger - front right in Saints Row The Third
The Bootlegger in Saints Row: The Third
Bootlegger average - front right in Saints Row IV
The Bootlegger in Saints Row IV
Class

Domestic

Hostage class

Sedan

Capacity

2 SR SR2
4 SRTT SRIV

Doors

?

Convertible

 ?

Speed

80

Nitrous Speed

90

Mass

1800

Torque

677

Hit Points

5500

Road Grip

0.04 SR2
0.05 SRTT

Steering Speed

45

Steering Angle

35

Manufacturer

Zanin

Games

Saints Row
Saints Row 2
Saints Row: The Third
Saints Row IV

Related

Bootlegger XL

Obtaining
Gangs

3rd Street Saints

Unlockable

Stunt Jumps SR2

Mission/Activity

Burying Evidence
Semi-Charmed Life
Chop Shop

Areas

Factories
University
Arena

Randomly Parked

Yes

The Bootlegger is a vehicle in Saints Row, Saints Row 2, Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV.[1]


OverviewEdit

This is an optional gang car for the 3rd Street Saints and seats 2 people in Saints Row and Saints Row 2. In Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV, it can seat 4.

The Bootlegger is a muscle car, and so it is one of the fastest and fastest-accelerating "everyday" cars, and is a great car for racing activities. It is a good drifter because of its acceleration. The car appears as a two-door coupé muscle in Saints Row and Saints Row 2, and a four door car in Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV. In Saints Row IV, the two front lights are smaller than in Saints Row: The Third, and changes to the rear lights have been made.

The Bootlegger is the given vehicle for the missions "Burying Evidence" and "Semi-Charmed Life", and is wanted at the Chop Shop in the Docks & Warehouses District in Saints Row.

It Saints Row 2, it is available as a Gang Customization vehicle, available in the default group of vehicles.

In Saints Row IV, the Bootlegger XL is a monster truck, based on the Bootlegger.

The DukeEdit

In Saints Row 2, after completing all 80 Stunt Jumps a special variant of the Bootlegger is unlocked in the Garage. It is called "The Duke", and is based on the "General Lee" car from The Dukes of Hazzard. It is a yellow-orange color with twos on the sides and the roof.

ModificationsEdit

Saints Row

The Bootlegger has a total of 30 Vehicle Customization options.

Mods
  • 3 Grills
  • 3 Front Bumpers
  • 2 Rear Bumpers
  • 3 Hoods
  • 4 Side Mirrors
  • 3 Spoilers
  • 3 Exhaust Tips
  • 6 Rims
  • 3 Decals
Paints
  • Body Color (2 sections)
  • Trim Color
  • Rim Color
  • Window Tint
Saints Row 2

The Bootlegger has a total of 23 Vehicle Customization options. It does not have Industrial Rims available. The available Wheel Sizes are 4-12 and the available Wheel Widths are 2-4.

Mods
  • 3 Grills
  • 3 Front Bumpers
  • 2 Rear Bumpers
  • 3 Hoods
  • 4 Side Mirrors
  • 3 Spoilers
  • 3 Exhaust Tips
  • 2 Decal 1s
Paints
  • Body Color
  • Trim Color
  • Rim Color (2 sections)
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color
Saints Row: The Third

The Bootlegger has a total of 40 Vehicle Customization options. The available Wheel Sizes are 16-24 and the available Wheel Widths are 2-4.

Mods
  • 4 Grills
  • 3 Front Bumpers
  • 3 Rear Bumpers
  • 4 Hoods
  • 2 Side Mirrors
  • 3 Spoilers
  • 4 Exhaust Tips
  • 2 Roofs
  • 4 Grime 1s
  • 4 Grime 2s
  • Underglow
Paints
  • Body Color
  • Rim Color
  • Trim Color (2 sections)
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color
Saints Row IV

The Bootlegger has a total of 59 Vehicle Customization options. It does not have Hydraulics available. The available Wheel Sizes are 16-24 and the available Wheel Widths are 2-4

Mods
  • 10 Grills
  • 5 Front Bumpers
  • 4 Rear Bumpers
  • 6 Hoods
  • 3 Side Mirrors
  • 3 Spoilers
  • 6 Exhaust Tips
  • 2 Roofs
  • 4 Grime 1s
  • 4 Grime 2s
  • Underglow
  • 5 Decal 1s
Paints
  • Body Color (3 sections)
  • Rim Color
  • Trim Color (2 sections)
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color

VariantsEdit

Saints Row
  • Beater (55%)
  • Standard (40%)
  • Hot Rod (3%)
  • Bling (2%)
  • Chop Shop Activity (0%)
Variant with modifications required at the Chop Shop.[2]
Saints Row 2
  • Beater (10%)
  • Standard (70%)
  • Bling (20%)
  • Chop Shop Activity (0%)
  • Stunt Jump (0%) (Non-customisable)
  • Gang_Saints (0%)
Saints Row: The Third
  • rough (30%)
  • average (70%)
  • ultimate (0%)
  • saints (0%)
Saints Row IV
  • rough (30%)
  • average (70%)
  • ultimate (0%)
  • saints (0%)

TriviaEdit

  • The Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row is #2668534427 (#Bootlegger).
  • The Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row 2 is #1049.
  • The Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row: The Third is "givebootlegger".
  • There is no Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row IV.
  • The Bootlegger resembles the second generation 1968-1974 Chevrolet Nova and the second generation 1968-1972 Chevrolet Chevelle.
  • The license plate of The Duke is "JUMP".
  • In Saints Row: The Third, when customizing, there are 2 option 2s in "Rear Bumpers"
  • In Saints Row: The Third, the Bootlegger has a lower chance of rolling.
  • In Saints Row: The Third, the Bootlegger's front loosely resembles a 1969 Pontiac Trans Am's front.

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. YouTube: "Saints Row 4 Gameplay Walkthrough Part 6 - Freeze Blast Power "
  2. Image:
    Saints Row Chop Shop - Docks and Warehouses - Bootlegger

    Bootlegger in the Chop Shop menu

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