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The Socialite is a vehicle in Saints Row and Saints Row 2.

Overview[]

The Socialite is one of 7 luxury sedans in the Saints Row series.

These are rare but drive around the Apartments District, Truck Yard District, and Arena District.

The Socialite is the car used in the Escort activity in the University District and a blacked-out version is unlocked after completing all levels. This unlocked vehicle can be modified normally.

In Saints Row 2, it is wanted by the Chop Shop in the Truck Yard District.

Performance[]

The Socialite has a V-12 engine,[Reference needed] which is one of the largest engines in Saints Row 2, compared to the Zomkah's V-8;[Reference needed] but it has the weakest engine and slowest steering speed of all cars in the Luxury class. Low grip can easily lead to burnouts and fishtails, which makes it an entertaining vehicle to drive. The Socialite also has horrible suspension, the slightest decline can make the car bounce up and down frequently. Because it is so low to the ground there is a better chance of the bottom hitting corners of the sidewalk. Overall the performance of the Socialite is moderate but it fishtails on dirt roads.

It has exactly the same top speed as the Zomkah, Justice and Zircon.

It is faster and has better road grip than the Eiswolf, but has the same weak engine. Compared directly to the Zomkah, the Socialite has worse Torque, Grip and Turning Speed, although it does have a smaller turning circle.

Modifications[]

Saints Row

The Socialite has a total of 22 Vehicle Customization options.

Mods
  • 3 Hoods
  • 3 Body Kits
  • 4 Spoilers
  • 3 Exhaust Tips
  • 3 Rims
  • 3 Decal 1s
  • 3 Decal 2s
Paints
  • Rims
  • Trim Color
  • Rim Color (2 sections)
  • Window Tint
Saints Row 2

The Socialite has a total of 19 Vehicle Customization options. It does not have Industrial Rims available. The available Wheel Sizes are 7-9 and the available Wheel Widths are 2–3.

Mods
  • 3 Hoods
  • 3 Body Kits
  • 4 Spoilers
  • 3 Exhaust Tips
  • 3 Decal 1s
  • 3 Decal 2s
Paints
  • Body Color (2 sections)
  • Trim Color (3 sections)
  • Rim Color (2 sections)
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color

Variants[]

Saints Row
  • Standard (99%)
  • Rice (0.5%)
  • Bling (0.5%)
Saints Row 2
  • Beater (60%)
  • Standard (20%)
  • Bling (20%)
  • Chop_Shop (0%)
  • Escort (0%)
  • gang_saints (0%)

The Saints variant is pictured on 3rd Saints vehicle unlock group screen[1] but is not unlocked. It is never featured in any missions, Activities or Diversions.

The Saints Socialite is also pictured on the Stored Vehicle Delivery unlock screens.[2][3]

Trivia[]

Gallery[]

Socialite - Standard variant - front left in Saints Row

Socialite - Standard variant - front right in Saints Row

Socialite - Standard variant - rear left in Saints Row

Socialite - Standard variant - rear right in Saints Row

Socialite - Bling variant - front left in Saints Row

Socialite - Bling variant - front right in Saints Row

Socialite - Bling variant - rear left in Saints Row

Socialite - Bling variant - rear right in Saints Row

Socialite - Rice variant - front left in Saints Row

Socialite - Rice variant - front right in Saints Row

Socialite - Rice variant - rear left in Saints Row

Socialite - Rice variant - rear right in Saints Row

Socialite in Saints Row

Socialite (side) in Saints Row

Socialite (front) in Saints Row

Socialite (rear) in Saints Row

Boost magazine, featuring Socialite

Socialite in Saints Row 2

Socialite in Saints Row 2

Socialite in Saints Row 2

Socialite in Saints Row 2

Chop Shop listing in Saints Row 2

Beater variant in Saints Row 2

Bling variant in Saints Row 2

Chop Shop variant in Saints Row 2

Escort variant in Saints Row 2

gang saints variant in Saints Row 2

Standard variant in Saints Row 2

The Mercedes Benz S400

Mercedes E-Class


References[]


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