[Top 5] Just Cause 4 Best Cars

Just Cause 4 Best Cars
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Curious about the different cars the Just Cause 4 world has to offer? It is understandable; when you have a wingsuit as cool as this, cars seem to lose their appeal. However, you might be missing out on some of the greatest features the game has to offer.

Explore all this world has to offer, search for hidden vehicles, bring down underground gangs, or go on a rampage. So why not bring Rico down to earth occasionally; let him rest his wings while you explore this world to its fullest extent!

5. Vagabundo Buggy (Best for Off-Roading)

Travel anywhere and everywhere!


Check out this awesome buggy's jump stunt: https://youtu.be/MOsjj3Cja0A

Whenever you are in the mood to explore the beautiful terrains that Solís has to offer, grab yourself one of these buggies. They are incredibly durable and has a suspension system that is out of this world. Literally, no real-world buggy could handle the beatings that the Vagabundo can.

What’s Great About the Vagabundo:

  • Climb it, jump it, and roll it. With its durability, it will take it all and keep ongoing.
  • Most vehicles slow down when introduced to rougher terrains. Not the Vagabundo, continue speeding along at a top speed of 150 km/h wherever you go.
  • There are various hidden items in Just Cause 4. Sure, you could use your wingsuit around, but are you really going to take in all the sights this world has to offer from all the way up there.

How to find it:

  • You can find it being driven by citizens and the Black Hand.
  • Unlock the supply drop for this car by completing Scene: The Dawnflower
  • There is also a secret version of it parked at Ensueño, featuring a unique striped paint style. And as a bonus it also has nitrous.
  • You can also acquire weaponized versions of the buggy in the Daredevils of Destruction DLC and the Deathstalker Scorpion Pack.
  • Video Guide: https://youtu.be/ApIxVZsKPgY


4. Verdeleon Eco (Best for Drifting)

Do you want one yet?

Take a peek at how easy it is to drift through the streets of Solis: https://youtu.be/yxCiHcYNwuA

Now, drifting isn’t an essential part of Just Cause 4, however, it can be incredibly useful. Use it to complete some of those tricky speed challenges you’ve been struggling with or you could navigate the curvy mountain roads at high speeds, see how fast you can do it. Since you can find them all over the map they also make great escape vehicles!

What’s Great About the Verdeleon:

  • It is super fast (over 420 km/h), has tight handling, and better than average breaking, making it a perfect drift car.
  • Though drifting isn’t a huge part of the Just Cause games, you can still unlock special achievements by drifting for long distances, at high speeds, etc.
  • Who doesn’t love executing a killer drift while speeding through the streets? It’s a nice little adrenalin surge knowing you could lose control and explode with the slightest mistake.
  • Drifting can certainly help with some of those tricky speed challenges you’ve been struggling to complete.

How to get it:

  • You can unlock the supply drop for this car by completing the Los Molinollis car stunt in the Recalada region.
  • It can be found in traffic or in random parking lots throughout Solis.
  • Video Guide: https://youtu.be/ZfojZuE9Nxc


3. Deathstalker Scorpion (Best for Muscle Cars)

You can practically hear that engine roaring!

Take a closer look at this muscle-bound beast: https://youtu.be/tkpT5hNZm4s

The name alone is a dead giveaway that you are working with some serious power. Listen to that V8 engine roar to life the second you get behind the wheel. And let me tell you, it is not just for show. The moment you hit the accelerator you are racing forward, gaining more speed every second. Take it for a test drive to see for yourself what this piece of muscle can do.

What’s great about the Deathstalker:

  • This monster has a very fast acceleration rate, launching forward the moment you hit the gas. Watch as the speedometer jumps for 0 to 150 km/h in just a few seconds.
  • Even though it has no nitrous, it still reaches a maximum speed of 250 km/h.
  • It has surprisingly good handling and braking even at its higher speeds. You can easily navigate the curvy roads and traffic of Solís (at least a lot easier than you can in most vehicles). These same qualities also make it a great getaway car.
  • It is Rico’s own personal car, so you know it must be awesome. It has enhanced road performance and resilience for all your Rico Rodriguez needs.    

How to get it:

  • You can acquire this beefy monster by purchasing the Deathstalker Scorpion Pack (usually $2.49). This pack also includes the Deathstalker Scorpion Assault Buggy, Explosive Rifle, Wingsuit, and Parachute.
  • You can’t find it just anywhere, the only way to get the car in the game is through supply drops.
  • This is Rico’s own version of the Coyle Mambo, which you can find being driven by civilians all over Solis.
  • Video Guide: https://youtu.be/0p-1hXuxbR4


2. Neon Racer Supercar (Best for Speed)

Super speed, with a side of self-destruction.

See just how fast you can speed through the streets: https://youtu.be/5uGPjVACMGE

This sick speed demon is the fastest vehicle in the whole game, capping out at a max of over 550 km/h! No, that is not an error! Yes, that is even faster than the Fellhawk Jet (the fastest jet in the game at 380km/h).

What’s Great About the Neon Racer:

  • What could possibly be more fun, then flying through the streets faster than a jet? Except for the almost unavoidable highspeed crashes.
  • Because is like an upgraded version of the Verdeleon Eco, it has similar handling and breaking. Although when traveling at such high speeds it can still be difficult to control.
  • What is not fun about watching your car spin and flip wildly out of control?

How to get it:

  • First, you must purchase the Neon Racer Pack for $2.99, which also features that Neon Racer parachute and wingsuit.
  • This car can not be found anywhere in Solís, the only way to get it is to supply drop it to your location.
  • Video Guide: https://youtu.be/tj5ecdQ4tZ8


1. Excorpión (Best for Destruction)

Which customizations will you choose?

Take a look at some of the modification available: https://youtu.be/3-pOnB0drgA

This bulky metal monster has customizable destructive potentials. It is a unique part of the Daredevils of Destruction DLC, whereas you progress through the DLC missions (with S-rank victories) you can equip different tools and weapons to it. For example, shotguns, wheel spikes, wind-canons, jet engines, and more.

What’s Great About the Excorpión:

  • There is no other vehicle that can be customized in such ways. And while you work to unlock different tools and weapons, you also unlock 16 different awesome weaponized vehicles.
  • What more could you ask for from one of Rico’s personal vehicles? Rain bullets upon your enemies and ram them off the roads! Conquer the roads of Isla Santuario and crush the underground gangs!
  • It is fast (about 190 km/h) and has great handling which allows it to drift fairly well, adding to its overall mobility.

How to get it:

  • You will need to purchase the Daredevils of Destruction DLC in order to access any version of this vehicle (although, it is said to be modeled after the Coyle Mambo, which is easily available in other parts of the game).
  • The basic Excorpión (which has no weapons) can be unlocked for supply drop by completing the opening mission for the Daredevils DLC.
  • Video Guide: https://youtu.be/Ot_2P9TEG0A

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