|Vehicle in Just Cause 3|
|List of owners||Civilians|
|Top speed (km/h)||200|
|Top speed (mph)||~124|
The Stria Gioco is a compact car in Just Cause 3.
It's a modern compact car based on the modern Fiat 500 and Opel/Vauxhall Adam. The tail lights are from the more modern variant of the Volkswagen New Beetle, along with a few other features. It's rims are similar in appearance to Abarth 595 and 695s.
There's a screen in the dashboard, which is an unusually expensive feature for a car like this. A mid-spec Fiat 500 has a screen like this, so this is likely a more premium supermini.
Great speed for a car of it's size and class, excelling around low speed corners due to it's short wheelbase.
- Olivo Moro.
- In civilian traffic.
- Possibly at some town parking lots. Could be more common in south-east Insula Striate.
- After bringing one to a garage, it can be called in at any time via Rebel Drop.
- It's made by the fictional company Stria.
- 'Gioco' means "toy", "play", or "game" in Italian.
- The Gioco is very similar in performance to the Hamaya Oldman.
- It's a modern variant of the Stria Cucciola, as they are both small low-end 2-door cars.
- Strangely this and the Autostraad D90 are the rarest traffic cars, possibly even the rarest altogether (not including military vehicles).
- It is faster than the Mugello Raffinati Vitesse, a sports car. This could mean it is based on an Abarth modified Fiat 500.