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Sedans are civilian subcompact cars featured in ArmA: Armed Assault and ArmA 2.


ArmA: Armed Assault

Sedan
Arma1-render-sedan.png
Faction Icon-side-neutral.png Civilians
Type Subcompact Car
Seats 4 seats:
  • 1× Driver
  • 3× Passengers
Item capacity Max:
  • 3× Weapons
  • 20× Magazines
Top speed 125 km/h
Fuel capacity 50 fuel units
Primary armament None
Secondary armament None
Variants None
Games
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Sedans are driven by Sahranian civilians in ArmA: Armed Assault.

Overview

  • Role:
    • Civilian transportation
« Civilian Car.
Library Description
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Design

The Sedan is a four-door, front-wheel drive car with a front-engine layout.

Features
Outdated but nonetheless reliable as ever, the Sedan is driven by many Sahranians all over the Kingdom. It is suitable for both city and residential suburban areas, though it isn't recommended for off-road travel.

Mobility
Compared to the Hatchback, the Sedan has a slightly greater top speed that caps out at ~ 125 km/h. The Sedan's only weakness is that it turns stiffly - particularly on sharp corners.

Overall however, handling isn't too different from the Hatchback with both retaining the same acceleration rate and poor stability on uneven terrain.

Crew Capacity
The Sedan is capable of carrying both its driver and up to three other passengers at a time.


Protection

Sedans have base armour values of 20.

Body

The vehicle's body can resist up to 20 points of damage.

Engine

The engine can survive 8 points of damage before failure.

Fuel tank

The fuel tank can only take 6 points of damage before rupturing.

Wheels

Tyres on the Sedan will burst if they take more than 3 points of damage.


Trivia

  • Armed Assault's Sedans are based on the real-world 1989 models of the "Geo Prizm" series of compact cars jointly manufactured by Toyota and General Motors.

Gallery

ArmA 2

Sedan
Arma2-render-sedan.png
Faction Icon-side-neutral.png Civilians
Type Subcompact Car
Seats 4 seats:
  • 1× Driver
  • 3× Passengers
Item capacity Max:
  • 10× Weapons
  • 50× Magazines
  • 2× Backpacks
Top speed ~ 101 km/h
Fuel capacity 50 fuel units
Primary armament None
Secondary armament None
Variants None
Games
Arma 2 logo.png

Sedans are driven by Chernarussian civilians in ArmA 2.

Overview

  • Role:
    • Civilian transportation
« Civilian Car
Armoury Description
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Design

Returning in ArmA 2, Sedans continue to serve as old but reliable forms of transport within inner city areas.

Features
Not much has changed from its Armed Assault predecessor. As before, the Sedan can carry a few passengers but has overall average specs and speed on paved roads.

Mobility
Handling-wise, the Sedan is virtually identical to German-made Hatchbacks.

While it does take less time to come to a halt compared to similarly-aged cars such as Soviet-era Ladas, the Sedan isn't all too different from the latter in every other aspect.

Crew Capacity
The Sedan supports both the driver and up to three passengers.


Protection

The Sedan has a base armour value of 20.

Successful strikes to any of the following highlighted sections will inflict full damage to the component:

LEGEND
Green = Body
Orange = Engine
Violet = Fuel tank

Body

The vehicle's body can resist up to 20 points of damage.

Engine

The engine can only survive up to 8 points of damage before failing. At least 20% of damage is shared with the vehicle's main "health" pool.

A damaged engine will prevent the Sedan from being able to attain its top speed.

Fuel tank

The fuel tank can only take a meagre 6 points of damage before rupturing. At least 50% of damage is shared with the vehicle's main "health" pool.

Incurred damage will cause the Sedan to gradually leak fuel over time.

Wheels

Each tyre can incur just 3 points of damage before bursting.


Trivia

  • ArmA 2's Sedan is simply an updated port of the same model from Armed Assault.

Gallery

External links

See also

Vehicles of comparable role and configuration

Vehicles of ArmA: Armed Assault
Wheeled 5T TruckArmy 4x4BusBRDM-2CarHatchbackHMMWV (Civil) • Offroad (Hilux) • M1030 (TT650, TT650G) • Pick-Up (Datsun) • SedanStrykerTractorUAZUral
Tracked BMP-2M1A1M113ShilkaT-72
Rotor-wing AH-6AH-1ZKA-50MH-6Mi17UH-60
Fixed-wing A-10AV-8BCamelDC-3Su-34
Aquatic CRRCRHIBPBX Boat
(Parenthesis) denote variants.
Queen's Gambit
Vehicles of ArmA 2
Wheeled 9P117 SCUD-BATVBRDM-2* • BTR-40BTR-60BTR-90BM-21 Grad* • BusCarDingo 2 CZHatchbackHMMWV* • GAZJackal 2 MWMIKKamazLada* • LAV-25Military OffroadMotorcycle* (Old moto) • Mountain bike (Old bike) • MTVR* • Offroad* • Pandur II 8x8 CZPickup* • RM-70S1203SedanStryker (MGS) • SUV (Armored SUV) • T810TractorTouring CarTowing TractorUAZ-469* • Ural* • V3S* • Vodnik
Tracked 2S6M TunguskaAAVP-7A1BMP-2BMP-3BVP-1FV510 WarriorM1 Abrams* (M1A2 TUSK*) • M113M2 BradleyM270 MLRS* • T-34* • T-55T-72* (T-72M4 CZ) • T-90ZSU-23-4*
Rotor-wing AH-1ZAH-6J Little Bird (AH-6X) • AH-11 WildcatAH-64D* (AH-1) • CH-47F Chinook (Chinook HC4) • Ka-52Ka-60Ka-137Merlin HC3MH-6J Little BirdMi-8MTV-3* (Mi-17*) • Mi-24P (Mi-24D*, Mi-24V*) • UH-1Y (UH-1H) • UH-60 Black Hawk (MH-60S)
Fixed-wing A-10 Thunderbolt II* • An-2AV-8B HarrierC-130J Hercules* • F-35 Lightning IIL-159 ALCAL-39ZA (L-39C) • MQ-9 Reaper* • MV-22 OspreyPchela-1TSu-39 (Su-25*) • Su-34
Aquatic CRRCFishing BoatPBXRHIBSmall Boat
(Parenthesis) denote variants.
* indicates partial DLC dependency.
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