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The Stiletto in Saints Row
The Stiletto in Saints Row


Hostage class










Nitrous Speed






Hit Points


Road Grip


Steering Speed


Steering Angle





Saints Row
Saints Row 2
Saints Row IV


Vice Kings
Sons of Samedi


Chop Shop[2]


Johnny Gat[1]



Randomly Parked



4 units of Vice Kings Notoriety
3 units of Sons of Samedi Notoriety

The Stiletto is a vehicle in Saints Row, Saints Row 2 and Saints Row IV.

Overview[edit | edit source]

The Stiletto is a 2-door car with average performance.

The Vice Kings and Sons of Samedi use customised versions of this vehicle. The Vice Kings use it at level 4 Notoriety and the Sons of Samedi use it at level 3 Notoriety. This is the only vehicle that is used as a standard gang car by two different gangs.[3]

In Saints Row, a unique Stiletto is unlocked in the Garage after completing Vice Kings Chop Shop Activity. No Chop Shop is looking for this vehicle in any game.

Samantha uses one when called as a Homie in Saints Row, and Johnny Gat drives this vehicle as a Homie in Saints Row 2.

Modifications[edit | edit source]

Saints Row

The Stiletto has a total of 27 Vehicle Customization options.

  • 3 Grills: Standard, Luxury, Royal Crown
  • 4 Front Bumpers: Pimpin, Retro, None
  • 4 Rear Bumpers: Pimpin, Retro, None
  • 3 Hoods: Standard, Gravaton
  • 3 Roofs: Spat, Plain, Convertable
  • 5 Rims: Manowar Spokes, Pimpin Rims, Standard1, Standard2, NoRims, Crap
  • 2 Antennas: Ariel, None
  • 3 Decals
  • Body Color
  • Trim Color
  • Rim Color
  • Interior Color: 2 sections
  • Misc Color: Whitewall Tire color - Cannot be purchased
  • Window Tint
Saints Row 2

The Stiletto has a total of 23 Vehicle Customization options. It does not have Industrial Rims available. The available Wheel Sizes are 5-11 and the available Wheel Widths are 2-3.

  • 4 Grills: Stock, Luxury, Stylish (Royal Crown), none
  • 3 Front Bumpers: Luxury, Retro, Stock
  • 3 Rear Bumpers: Luxury, Retro, Stock
  • 3 Hoods: Stock, Muscle (Gravaton), Flashy
  • 4 Roofs: Classic, HardTop (Spat), Stock HardTop (Plain), Convertible
  • 4 Antennas: Stock, None
  • 2 Exhaust Tips: Exhaust_R, Exhaust_LR
  • Decals: SoS1, SoS2, SoS trim, SoS skull
  • Body Color (4 sections)
  • Trim Color (2 sections)
  • Rim Color (2 sections)
  • Grill Color
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color
  • Misc Color
  • Mechanical Color
Saints Row IV

The Stiletto has a total of 42 Vehicle Customization options. It does not have Industrial Rims available. The available Wheel Sizes are 17-23 and the available Wheel Widths are 1-3

  • 4 Hoods
  • 5 Front Bumpers
  • 6 Rear Bumpers
  • 4 Antennas
  • 2 Exhaust Tips
  • 5 Grills
  • 2 Mirrors
  • 4 Roofs
  • 5 Grime 1s
  • 5 Grime 2s
  • Body Color (3 sections)
  • Rim Color
  • Trim Color
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color
  • Misc. Color
  • Underglow

Variants[edit | edit source]

Saints Row[edit | edit source]

50% Spawning chance
  • Standard Bumpers
  • 98% chance of Standard Hood, otherwise no hood.
  • 98% chance of Standard Grill, otherwise no grill.
  • Chance of 3 Wheels: Crap (60%), standard (20%), Standard2 (20%)
  • 50% chance between Spat and Plain Roofs
  • 50% chance of Aerial
  • Beater Paint, Rims, Cloth, Tires and Glass
50% Spawning chance
  • Standard Hood, Bumpers, Grill
  • 50% chance between Standard1 and Standard2 Rims
  • Chance between 3 Roofs: Spat (45%), Plain (50%), Convertable (5%)
  • 75% chance of Aerial
  • Standard paint
  • 10% chance of Chrome Rims
Vice Kings
  • Royal Crown Grill
  • 25% chance of Gravaton Hood, otherwise Standard
  • 45% chance of Pimpin or Retro Bumpers
  • Chance between 4 Wheels: Manowar Spokes, Pimpin Rims, Standard1, Standard2
  • Chance of 3 Roofs: Spat (30%), Plain (35%), Convertable (35%)
  • Vice Kings paint, cloth, interior. 75-100% Tint.
  • Chance between Gold, Chrome and Metal Trim and Rims
  • Gravaton Hood, Royal Crown Grill, Pimpin Bumpers, Convertable, ManOWar Rims
  • Reward paint, cloth, interior. Gold Trim and Rims

Saints Row 2[edit | edit source]

Beater Variant

40% Spawning chance
  • Standard Hood, Bumpers. Right Exhaust.
  • 98% chance of Stock Grill (otherwise none)
  • Chance between Stock and Classic HardTop
  • 50% chance of Stock Antenna
  • Matte paint. Tabletop Gray Interior. 50-100% Dirt. No decals.
  • Jet Black Plastic and Stainless Steel Trim. Stainless Steel Rims. 5% Tint

Standard Variant

40% Spawning chance
  • Standard Hood and Bumpers. Right Exhaust.
  • 20% chance of Luxury Grill, otherwise Stock
  • Chance of 3 Roofs: Convertible (5%), Classic HardTop (45%), Stock HardTop (50%)
  • 75% chance of Stock Antenna
  • Chance of 2 paint jobs
    • Solid (80%) Classic paint. Water Bucket Gray Interior.
    • Stripe (20%) Modern paint. Gloss Chaz Beige stripe. Chaz Beige Interior.
  • Stainless Steel Trim and Rims. 20% Tint. No Dirt or Decals.

Bling Variant

20% Spawning chance
  • Standard Bumpers. Right Exhaust.
  • 10% chance of Muscle Hood, otherwise Flashy.
  • Chance between Luxury and Stylish Grill
  • 20% chance of Classic HardTop, otherwise Convertible
  • 75% chance of Stock Antenna
  • Chance of 2 paint jobs
    • Solid (50%) Iridescent paint. Chrome Trim and Rims.
    • Stripe (50%) Tricked Metallic paint. Tricked Tarragon Gray stripe. Platinum Trim and Rims.
  • Chance of 4 interiors: Dragon Blue, Bright Day Orange, Galactic Dove Gray, Coffee Creamer Tan
  • 60% Tint. No Dirt or Decals.

Gang SOS Variant

Gang SOS
Sons of Samedi
  • Stylish Grill. Left and Right Exhaust.
  • 25% chance of Muscle Hood, otherwise Stock
  • 15% chance of Samedi license plate.
  • Chance of 3 Bumpers: Retro (45%), Luxury (35%), Stock (20%)
  • Chance between Convertible, Classic HardTop and Stock HardTop Roofs
  • 50% chance of dual Antennas
  • Breton Green paint. Satin Bright White interior. No Dirt.
  • SoS trim Decal. 30% chance of SoS skull Decal. 50% chance between SoS1 and SoS2 Decals.
  • Chrome Trim and Rims. 60% Tint.

Reward Variant

This variant is named "Reward" and has Saints Purple paint, but is not used in the game. It appears to be directly based on the "Reward" variant from Saints Row.
  • Gravaton Muscle Hood, Pimpin Bumpers, Stylish Grill, Left and Right Exhaust. Dual Antennas, Convertible
  • Pearlescent Harlequin Purple paint. Ice White Interior. No Dirt or Decals
  • Gold Trim and Rims. 60% Tint.

Saints Row IV[edit | edit source]

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See N-Forcer#Obtaining for more details.

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  • Average (100%)
  • SOS (0%)

The Stiletto can be obtaining on Xbox One and PC during "Psychosomatic", after completing "Grand Finale Part Four".[4]

  1. Start the mission, and go to the first location with the Churchills and Stilettos.
  2. Pick up a Stiletto with Telekinesis, and carry it to the middle of Loren Square, where there is a lot of on-street parking.
  3. Destroy the Stiletto by smashing it against the ground, then throw it with Telekinesis.
  4. Run along the road, and a parked Stiletto should appear, which can be entered and saved
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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row is #784553886 (#Stilletto). The entry in the cheat menu is also misspelled.
  • There is no Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row 2.
  • The Stiletto is named after the shoe, and knife, of the same name.
  • The car resembles a fifth generation 1977-1984 Cadillac Coupe DeVille.
  • "Aerial" is misspelled "Ariel" in the game files.

Saints Row IV[edit | edit source]

  • The Stiletto is only present during the mission "Psychosomatic", but it is not possible to save to the Garage, because they only appear parked and do not spawn randomly.
  • The Stiletto's engine sounds similar to the Phoenix, which is unusual for an early 80s coupe.
  • There is a badge with Stiletto's logo from previous games on the trunk.[5]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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References[edit source]

  1. Note: In Saints Row 2
  2. Activity: Vice Kings Chop Shop
  3. Note: The Criminal is used to carry Brutes by all gangs in Saints Row: The Third, but is not a "standard" gang car.
  4. YouTube: Saints Row IV - Obtaining the Stiletto
  5. Image:

    Stiletto's trunk with logo badge from previous games visible

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