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Phoenix logo
Phoenix - Bling SR2 variant screenshot
The Phoenix in Saints Row 2
Style

2-door

Class

Sports

Hostage class

Exotic

Capacity

4 SR2
2 SRTT SRIV

Doors

?

Convertible

 ?

Speed

80 SR2
85 SRTT SRIV

Nitrous Speed

90 SR2
95 SRTT SRIV

Mass

1500 SR2
1800 SRTT SRIV

Torque

500 SR2
450 SRTT SRIV

Hit Points

4000

Road Grip

0.035 SR2
0.045 SRTT SRIV

Steering Speed

40

Steering Angle

37.5 SR2
35 SRTT SRIV

Manufacturer

TS Motors SR2
Zanin SRTT SRIV

Games

Saints Row 2
Saints Row: The Third
Saints Row IV

Obtaining
Homies

Burt Reynolds SRTT

Cost

$20,000

Areas

Common

Randomly Parked

Yes

The Phoenix is a vehicle in Saints Row 2, Saints Row: The Third[1] and Saints Row IV.[2][3]

OverviewEdit

The Phoenix, a fast little car that doesn't compromise handling. It has an above average speed and the handling to suit. It is a common car in all games and spawns in almost every neighborhood.

Jessica's PhoenixEdit

Jessica drives a special variant of the Phoenix in the mission "Bank Error in Your Favor".

The Shaft cannot tow Jessica's Phoenix during the mission.

It can be obtained on the first play through, or in a mission replay using the "replay in a replay" method, or in Co-op.

  1. Play the mission as normal, until instructed to put Jessica in the trunk of her car.
  2. Before putting Jessica in the trunk, throw a Satchel on the back of her car.
  3. Stand in the marker, and press the buttons to detonate the charge and put Jessica in the trunk simultaneously.
  4. If this has been done correctly, the cutscene of putting Jessica into the trunk plays, with some effects of the explosion visible.
  5. After the cutscene, exit the mission from the "Mission Failed" screen to keep the car.

In Co-op, a similar method can be used with the Guest throwing a Satchel Charge at Jessica while the host presses the button to put her in the trunk just as it lands on her.

BanditEdit

The "Stunts" variant, named "Bandit" on the unlock screen, is unlocked in the Garage by getting three gold Diversion stars for Near Miss, Oncoming Lane, and Big Air Driving Stunts.

The Bandit variant returns in Saints Row: The Third, Mayor Burt Reynolds drives this vehicle when he is called as a homie. This variant cannot be modified normally, but there is a Vehicle Customization glitch which allows non-customizable vehicles to be modified.

In both games, the name "Bandit" is not displayed in the garage, the display name is still "Phoenix".

VariantsEdit

Saints Row 2

All variants have a matching high quality cutscene version which is not normally available, but can be obtained by modifying the game files. The cutscene version exists due to Jessica's Phoenix, but all variants are duplicated in higher quality.

  • Beater (5%)
  • Standard (80%)
  • Bling (15%)
  • Arms Dealer - Does not spawn randomly, Non-customisable.

The "Arms Dealer" variant has an open trunk and the license plate "SHRPNL", which was originally to have been used to buy bombs in the mission "Room Service" before going to the hotel, but is not used in the game.

  • Jessica - Does not spawn randomly.

Jessica drives a special variant of the Phoenix in the mission "Bank Error in Your Favor".

  • Stunts - Does not spawn randomly.

The "Stunts" variant, named "Bandit" on the unlock screen, is unlocked in the Garage by getting three gold Diversion stars for Near Miss, Oncoming Lane, and Big Air Driving Stunts.

This variant is non-customizable and is black with a large phoenix shaped decal and a license plate that says "ANGLEAH".

Saints Row: The Third
  • Average (70%)
  • Ultimate (5%)
  • Rough (25%)
  • Stunts - Does not spawn randomly.

Identical to Stunts variant in Saints Row: The Third, driven by Burt Reynolds when called as a Homie.

Saints Row IV
  • Average (70%)
  • Ultimate (5%)
  • Rough (25%)
  • Stunts (0%) (Non-customisable)
  • glitch (0%)
  • Topless (0%)

ModificationsEdit

Saints Row 2

The Phoenix has a total of 32 Vehicle Customization options. It does not have Industrial Rims available. The available Wheel Sizes are 5-11 and the available Wheel Widths are 1-4.

Mods
  • 3 Hoods
  • 3 Bumpers
  • 4 Spoilers
  • 3 Exhaust Tips
  • 4 Grills
  • 2 Mirrors
  • 4 Roofs
  • 3 Trims
  • 4 Side Skirts
  • 2 Light Covers
Paints
  • Body Color (4 sections)
  • Rim Color (2 sections)
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color (2 sections)
  • Misc Color
Saints Row: The Third

The Phoenix has a total of 86 Vehicle Customization options. It does not have Industrial Rims available. The available Wheel Sizes are 17-23 and the available Wheel Widths are 1-4.

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

The Phoenix has a total of 91 modification options. It does not have Industrial Rims available. The available Wheel Sizes are 17-23 and the available Wheel Widths are 1-4

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

TriviaEdit

  • The Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row 2 is #1064.
  • The Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row: The Third is "givephoenix".
  • The car has a distinct supercharger whine.
  • The Phoenix closely resembles the 2007 Ford Mustang GT, it is a modernized adaptation of the 1970s Pontiac Firebird Trans-Am but it also looks similar to the 2010 Camaro, which is also classified as a 'Pony Car.'
  • The unlockable Bandit variant is a reference to the car from the film series Smokey and the Bandit, which stars Burt Reynolds.
  • In Saints Row: The Third, the Phoenix has a lower chance of rolling in any direction.
  • In Saints Row: The Third, the Phoenix has two sets of pedals for both the driver and the passenger, visible when modified as to a convertible.

GalleryEdit

  • Boost magazine, featuring Phoenix
  • Phoenix - front left with lights and logo in Saints Row 2
  • Phoenix - Saints Row 2 promo
  • Phoenix - front right with lights in Saints Row 2
  • Phoenix - front left in Saints Row 2
  • Concept art of the Phoenix
  • Phoenix - front in Saints Row 2
  • Phoenix - rear in Saints Row 2
  • Phoenix - left in Saints Row 2
  • Jessica's Phoenix
  • Jessica's Phoenix
  • Jessica's Phoenix
  • Jessica's Phoenix
  • Arms Dealer variant in Saints Row 2
  • Beater variant in Saints Row 2
  • Bling variant in Saints Row 2
  • Jessica variant in Saints Row 2
  • Standard variant in Saints Row 2
  • Stunts variant in Saints Row 2
  • Cutscene - Arms Dealer variant in Saints Row 2
  • Cutscene - Beater variant in Saints Row 2
  • Cutscene - Bling variant in Saints Row 2
  • Cutscene - Jessica variant in Saints Row 2
  • Cutscene - Standard variant in Saints Row 2
  • Cutscene - Stunts variant in Saints Row 2
  • The license plate of Bandit in Saints Row 2
  • Phoenix in Detroit Bonus Derby
  • Phoenix in Saints Row: The Third
  • Phoenix in Saints Row: The Third
  • Phoenix in Saints Row: The Third
  • Bandit variant of the Phoenix from Saints Row: The Third
  • Billboard featuring the Phoenix
  • The Phoenix in Saints Row: The Third
  • The Phoenix in Saints Row: The Third Remastered
  • The Phoenix in Saints Row IV
  • The Phoenix in Saints Row IV
  • The Phoenix in Saints Row IV
  • The Phoenix in Saints Row IV
  • The Phoenix in Saints Row IV
  • The Phoenix in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (Average) - front in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (Average) - rear in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (Average) - side in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (Rough) - front in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (Rough) - rear in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (Rough) - side in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (Stunts) - front in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (Stunts) - rear in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (Stunts) - side in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (Topless) - front in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (Topless) - rear in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (Topless) - side in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (Ultimate) - front in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (Ultimate) - rear in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (Ultimate) - side in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (glitch) - front in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (glitch) - rear in Saints Row IV
  • Phoenix (glitch) - side in Saints Row IV


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ReferencesEdit

  1. Twitch.tv: Saints Row The Third Early!
  2. Image:
    Phoenix - rear with logo in Saints Row IV

    Phoenix name

  3. YouTube: Saints Row IV LIVE GAMEPLAY with Volition's Dave Bianchi!
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