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|Stria Infimo S|
|Vehicle in Just Cause 3|
|List of owners||Civilians|
|Top speed (km/h)||123|
|Top speed (mph)||~76|
Stria Infimo S is a classic car in Just Cause 3.
It is a vintage 4-door saloon mostly based on the Fiat 124, but with curvier features and with more raked A and B pillars.
The Rebel drop description says "Don't expect the Infimo S to get you anywhere in a hurry. These old compacts are best enjoyed with the steering wheel in one hand and a choice cigar in the other."
For the average Medician, it is probably fine, but for performance enthusiasts, this is not your car. Acceleration is adequate to poor, depending on the environment. Handling is poor, requiring a lot of hand movement on the wheel to turn. The car has a low top speed, which is good, because braking is unreliable to poor. This car is best kept at the speed limit. Rapid acceleration from a standing start can cause some tire spinning, which is a bit odd considering the rest of the handling.
Strangely it has front wheel drive. This is odd because the Fiat 124 (on which the Infimo S is based), and its derivatives, are rear wheel drive.
The car's handling line is a strong antithesis against the real-world 124 which was praised at the time for its handling dynamics compared to its contemporaries.
- Parked at many random parking lots.
- In traffic.
- It may spawn as the car Rico leans on when the game starts.
- After bringing one to a garage, it can be called in at any time via Rebel Drop.
- 'Infimo' translates to 'lowest' from italian.
- While the drivable version is a front wheel drive car with a transversely-positioned engine, the wrecked version's model has a longitudinal engine and rear wheel drive.
- The Soviet Union produced its own version of the Fiat, known as the VAZ-2101 "Zhiguli"/"Lada", which was made in far greater numbers until recent years, making it one of the most common cars in the world.