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1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Series II 'Landstalker' [WJ]

1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee 'Landstalker' [WJ] in Grand Theft Auto III, Action, 2001

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Origin: US

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1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Series II 'Landstalker' [WJ]

Picture provided by : G-MANN

1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Series II 'Landstalker' [WJ]

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Comments about this vehicle

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G-MANN UK (51)

2006-11-08 15:21

The thing this always reminds me of is the Ssangyong Musso.

ScoobyDoo82

2007-01-19 22:43

1997 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

Emo_sux69

2007-01-20 04:57

Nissan Pathfinder

Star Wars Fanatic EN (487)

2007-01-20 12:45

Tough call really on those 2. Welcome to IGCD both of you, by the way :)

scoobydoo82

2007-01-20 19:42

Thanks, but Im 99.9% sure its a 1997 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

-- Last edit: 2007-01-20 19:53:25

Explorer4X4

2007-01-20 20:03

I agree its a Montero, but sorry, its sort of almost impossible to say its a 1997 Sport.
Here is a 1997 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

And here is a Nissan Pathfinder.

JELH

2007-04-08 05:22

Land Rover Freelander Mk1.

crossroads

2007-09-27 00:19

JELH wrote Land Rover Freelander Mk1.

Agreed

Neon IT (26)

2007-11-05 17:49

Confirm: Nissan Terrano II

www.expomercato.it/data/vetrina/08/0000957_img0.jpg

austinallegro UK (7)

2007-11-10 18:24

Yep, I see what you mean.

Red Grant

2007-12-08 08:23

Isuzu Trooper

Red Grant

2008-01-13 01:40

Ssangyongs were never sold in the US

CrazyCars EN (13)

2008-01-13 08:46

I doubt the designers of this game have ever heard or driven a Ssangyon. Lucky them....

Red Grant

2008-01-13 18:54

hehe

CrazyCars EN (13)

2008-01-13 19:55

Ssanyong: 1 Person (I don't think it will be in America)
LR Freelander: 3 People (Again, in America)
Nissan Terrano: 2 People (Maybe)
Nissan Pathfinder: 1 Person (I'm not sure)
Isuzu Trooper: 1 Person (Not sure)
Mitsubishi Montero: 2 People ( Possibly)

G-MANN UK (51)

2008-01-13 19:55

Actually Rockstar North, developer of the GTA series is based in Scotland, so they may have heard of the Musso. Also GTA1 features a Ford Escort Cosworth in Liberty City, that was never sold in the US either.

G-MANN UK (51)

2008-01-13 19:58

Has anyone ever seen the Musso?

www.4wdonline.com/Ssangyong/Musso/PiCs37/Musso96.FQ.jpg
www.driveguide.com.au/4wd/Ssangyong/PiCs37/Musso97.RQ.jpg

-- Last edit: 2008-01-13 19:59:38

CrazyCars EN (13)

2008-01-13 20:04

Oh right, i see that the line of the window is similiar to the Musso too, so it could be

Red Grant

2008-01-15 01:30

I don't see any simularity what so ever. Either Terrano or Trooper.

Maxx2008

2008-06-02 10:32

Terrano or Freelander I guess...

Black Bart US (84)

2010-12-14 01:28

This car really reminds me of a 2002 Explorer.

dodge1970 CA (9)

2010-12-14 01:50

Black Bart wrote This car really reminds me of a 2002 Explorer.

I could see that.

spamllama EN (0)

2012-06-20 22:08

2001 Ford Escape? upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c9/2001-04_Ford_Escape.jpg

Mr. Wheelman

2012-07-06 18:37

It's definitely a 2000 Isuzu Rodeo.

somedaysuddenly US (0)

2013-03-13 03:51

Didn't take much to flip that bad boy over...

spamllama EN (0)

2013-10-29 03:16

I definitely think this is undoubtedly a 2001 Ford Escape (The Terranos bulkier American counterpart) There is no mistaking the similarity. It also makes sense due to the fact that all subsequent Landstalkers in the series were American (Ford/GMC/Jeep) Based. The only thing Nissan about this is the rear window pillar design.

J-2 ES (1309)

2013-10-29 03:26

I have to agree on this one, Ford Escape.

victorvance DE (311)

2013-10-29 07:45

somedaysuddenly wrote Didn't take much to flip that bad boy over...


Right! A poor escape vehicle.

Mathias98 HU (33)

2016-12-17 20:21

The Landstalker is not a Ford Escape, but a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ). I made a quick comparison:

Except the grille, the spare tire and some other details, it's almost identical.
And don't forget, that it was based on a Jeep Wagoneer in VC, SA, and VCS.

-- Last edit: 2017-01-19 17:28:16

Rinspeed FR (1214)

2017-03-05 09:17

Mathias98 wrote I posted a picture in December, which proves that it's a Grand Cherokee. I tried to edit it several times, but it was always rejected. But why? Just look at the picture, it's definitely a Grand Cherokee!

you are the only one to say that

Rinspeed FR (1214)

2017-03-05 12:48

Mathias98 wrote

No, I'm not. Just look at GrandTheftWiki, which has more accurate information that GTA Wikia:
www.grandtheftwiki.com/Landstalker#3D_Universe

i say here, not on a lambda wiki

CarCrazedAlex586 (5)

2017-03-05 15:12

Mathias98 wrote I posted a picture in December, which proves that it's a Grand Cherokee. I tried to edit it several times, but it was always rejected. But why? Just look at the picture, it's definitely a Grand Cherokee!

I forgot to agree, so now we are two people on IGCD thinking about a Grand Cherokee.

K20lover199 (0)

2017-03-16 00:01

Am I the only one who thinks this is a first generation Honda CR-V?

CarCrazedAlex586 (5)

2017-04-05 13:10

#StopRejectingMathias'Edit

Rinspeed FR (1214)

2017-04-07 23:11

Mathias98 wrote Rinspeed, did you read my last comment before you rejected my edits?

yes but as i hadn't other opinion of other admin or old member

Desscythe17 TK (7)

2017-04-08 00:45

I don't think it looks like a Grand Cherokee. It's too small to be one, and there are so many shapes on it that don't match. Not sure about it being an Escape either, but it's a better match than the Grand Cherokee.

CarCrazedAlex586 (5)

2017-04-08 00:48

Desscythe17 wrote I don't think it looks like a Grand Cherokee. It's too small to be one, and there are so many shapes on it that don't match. Not sure about it being an Escape either, but it's a better match than the Grand Cherokee.

Did you see Mat's comparison chart?

Desscythe17 TK (7)

2017-04-08 10:58

CarCrazedAlex586 wrote
Did you see Mat's comparison chart?

Yes

Desscythe17 TK (7)

2017-04-08 23:44

Mathias98 wrote

And now?

The headlights are the only thing that matches (except for the photoshopped grille). To be honest, I think the Landstalker looks too old to be either the Grand Cherokee or Escape.

carcrasher88 US (20)

2017-04-09 02:08

How about another possibility...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_4Runner#Second_generation_.28N120.3B_N130.3B_1989.E2.80.931995.29

...the second generation Toyota 4Runner. If you look at the side of the Landstalker, the rear window is raised up compared to the door windows, like the 4Runner, and the body line marked in red dips down further than the Escape or GC, just like said 4Runner.

Then, there's the rear tailgate, license plate, and spare tire...which all actually match the Japanese market (JDM) version, the Hilux Surf.

K20lover199 (0)

2017-04-09 02:54

carcrasher88 wrote How about another possibility...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_4Runner#Second_generation_.28N120.3B_N130.3B_1989.E2.80.931995.29

...the second generation Toyota 4Runner. If you look at the side of the Landstalker, the rear window is raised up compared to the door windows, like the 4Runner, and the body line marked in red dips down further than the Escape or GC, just like said 4Runner.

Then, there's the rear tailgate, license plate, and spare tire...which all actually match the Japanese market (JDM) version, the Hilux Surf.


This? A 4runner? HA!

This is too big be a 4runner, and the Hilux Surf wasn't sold in the States nor legal to import to America.

If you ask ME, then it's either a first gen Land Rover Freelander or a first gen Honda CR-V.

K20lover199 (0)

2017-04-09 03:34

Mathias98 wrote It can't be a Freelander, because the first model year was 2002 in the USA.


The game takes place in October 2001, so it could be a 2002 model year in 2001. Either that or it could be first gen Honda CRV because of the spare tire.

Edit: What about a 1995-2002 Kia Sportage?

About the Infernus, the beta version was a Lamborghini Diablo and the final version is a Vector M12.

-- Last edit: 2017-04-09 03:36:58

GamerFIB7590 ID (249)

2017-04-09 04:43

I'm thinking the 2nd gen Isuzu Trooper, but the problem is the B/C-Pillar is slanted

K20lover199 (0)

2017-04-09 09:48

Mathias98 wrote

"This first-generation model (1993–2002) sold in low numbers even domestically in South Korea" -Wikipedia
So it's definitely not a Sportage.


Just because it didn't sell well doesn't mean that it is not that car. It's not a GC or an Escape. Those are too big and don't have spare tires. I think it's a Freelander/CR-V, but it could also be similar cars listed below.

1997-2001 Honda CR-V
2002 Land Rover Freelander
1993-2002 Kia Sportage
1999-2004 Suzuki Grand Vitara/Chevrolet Tracker

I'm not going to force anybody into thinking that it's one of these cars above. If many people agree it should be a GC then change it as you please.

Have fun editing it wrong :)

-- Last edit: 2017-04-10 18:44:29

Aginnon CZ (4)

2017-04-09 10:21

If this really is a Honda, it must be a CR-V with HR-V wheels.

Desscythe17 TK (7)

2017-04-09 13:55

Mathias98 wrote
And about the Infernus: the sides, the shape of the windows and the rear is definitely from a Diablo.
And furthermore, only 14 Vector M12s were built - so it's unlikely that the person who modeled the Infernus, decided to base it on an almost unknown, extremely rare sports car.

Vectors were actually quite popular in 90s Arcade Racing Games, so you'd be wrong to say they are unknown.

Mathias98 HU (33)

2017-04-09 23:28

Oh, so now it's listed as Made For Game... fantastic.

Okay, so I'm trying to prove that it's based on a Jeep:
Most cars in the GTA 3 are based on common and well-known vehicles. There's only one SUV in the game, so it's most likely based on something popular. The Jeep Grand Cherokee was one of the most common SUVs in the late 90's US, so the Landstalker is more likely based on it instead of some rare Japanese SUV.
Why would it be based on a Freelander, which wasn't available in the US when the game was released?
Or the Escape, which was a far less common vehicle?


There are only minimal differences.

Sajmon14 PL (230)

2017-04-10 00:27

Mathias98 wrote
Why would it be based on a Freelander, which wasn't available in the US when the game was released?


Aren't the devs from UK?

Mathias98 HU (33)

2017-04-10 17:56

Sajmon14 wrote Aren't the devs from UK?


Rockstar North is located in Edinburgh, Scotland, but why would they add a British SUV to a game, which is set in the USA?

And actually, the Freelander isn't so similar to the Landstalker:

sajmon14 PL (230)

2017-04-10 18:02

I dunno what vehicle it really is and I'm not saying that it's a Land Rover but they can put anything they want to the game ;)

K20lover199 (0)

2017-04-10 18:43

Mathias98 wrote



And actually, the Freelander isn't so similar to the Landstalker


I wasn't saying that the WHOLE car is a Freelander. The front and sides are a CR-V and the back and headlights are from a Freelander.

-- Last edit: 2017-04-10 18:47:59

Mathias98 HU (33)

2017-04-10 21:54

K20lover199 wrote I wasn't saying that the WHOLE car is a Freelander. The front and sides are a CR-V and the back and headlights are from a Freelander.


I disagree:

The CR-V has a smaller grille, and none of the vehicles mentioned above on the page has the same front bumper and wheel arches as the Grand Cherokee/Landstalker.
But I agree with the second part of your sentence, the rear might be from the Freelander.

-- Last edit: 2017-04-10 22:01:12

K20lover199 (0)

2017-04-10 22:10

Mathias98 wrote

I disagree:
The CR-V has a smaller grille, and none of the vehicles mentioned above on the page has the same front bumper and wheel arches as the Grand Cherokee/Landstalker.
But I agree with the second part of your sentence, the rear might be from the Freelander.


Whatever, I still think it's a CR-V with Freelander headlight and rear. Whatever this car becomes identified to next is going to be incorrect anyways, because the Ford Escape and second gen GC don't have spare tires on the back. Besides, this ain't worth my time anyways, the car is too tippy and hard to drive, it didn't become decent until GTA 4.

Also, who am I to judge? Half the unlicensed cars on this site are identified wrong anyways.

I'm done with this discussion.

Mathias98 HU (33)

2017-04-13 18:39

When I posted that picture back 2016 December, I didn't thought that it's going to be another long argument. I thought that some people are going to agree with me, and then it gets changed to a Jeep.
But I was wrong...
A lot of people suggested other vehicles, some of which look completely different or would be impossible to find in the USA.
Other people just simply said that it's not a JGC.
So let's pretend that the last 30 comments on the page does not exist.

I'm trying to prove for the last time, that it's a second generation Jeep Grand Cherokee:

As you can see, the Grand Cherokee has quite distinctive wheels arches, and the Landstalker has almost the same ones. And none of the vehicles mentioned on the page has similar wheel arches (maybe except the Trooper). And the front bumper is clearly from the JGC.
The shape of the grille is the same, but the grille itself different - most likely it was changed because the Jeep grille is a trademark, and Rockstar wanted to avoid a lawsuit. All of the Jeeps in the GTA series has different grille - just look at the Mesa Grande, the Seminole and the Crusader.
And about the spare tire - none of the cars in GTA series are 100% accurate. For example, the Tahoma in GTA San Andreas is obviously based on a Chevy Monte Carlo, despite the fact that the Monte Carlo wasn't available in 4 door form. And as K20lover199 said, the rear might be actually from the Freelander. And why it can't be a Grand Cherokee/Freelander mix?
And now, please look at the script:
gtamodding.ru/wiki/Kenji#kenji2
If you scroll down, you find these lines:

// creates car5 the 4X4

CREATE_CAR CAR_LANDSTALKER 200.7 -1006.2 25.1 car_to_steal5_km2

This is actually from the beta version of mission 'Grand Theft Auto'. In the beta it was called 'Gone In 30 Seconds' and the player also had to steal a Banshee and a Landstalker, while in the final version the player has to steal only an Infernus, a Cheetah and a Stinger.
As you can see the script calls the Landstalker 4X4 -please take a look at this:
www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=1052 -it's a Jeep Wrangler.
And it was a Jeep Wagoneer/Chevy S-10 Blazer mix in VC, SA and VCS.
And finally, the Jeep Grand Cherokee was far more popular in the USA than any of the SUVs mentioned on the page. For example, in 1999 ca. 300000 JGCs were sold. While, in 1997 ca. 60000, in 1998 ca. 100000, and 1999 ca. 120000 Honda CR-Vs were sold. More JGC were sold in one year, than CR-Vs in three years!
So, even if the Landstalker isn't 100% Jeep Grand Cherokee (only about 70%), it's still a much better match than the Ford Escape or anything else.

-- Last edit: 2017-04-13 18:44:32

Twilight Sparkplug (20)

2017-04-13 19:44

I like it when things work like this, Lots of people making images, and actually explaining themselves. its nice.

I could never identify the landstalker myself, I had no idea it was listed as such on this site. I personally would like to say it does not look like a Freelander in any way? I had the misfortune of buying one of those once :/ so maybe I have a bias on the fact I cant stand to see it :P

The comparisons with the jeep do work in some ways but its also.. Not quite there too, I personally always imagined it being something Japanese, But never could find something to fit the shape.

The rear end bugs me, Looks like a cross between and old Discovery and a Montero or something..

But still... Jeep is closer than Freelander

Edit:
Also I would just like to say, Using wiki to find out about game cars is a really bad idea, Check out the GTA2 wiki page if you want some eye rolling fun.

-- Last edit: 2017-04-13 19:46:33

K20lover199 (0)

2017-04-13 20:34

I knew I said that I was done here but I actually like it being identified as a Discovery than something American.

Desscythe17 TK (7)

2017-04-13 21:46

Seems a better match than the Escape.

K20lover199 (0)

2017-04-13 22:08

Who cares about the sales of the cars, if it is based of a car it is based on it. Period. Sale data doesn't matter. The car never spawns in Portland, it is seen on the streets seldomly in Staunton Island, and is more common in Shoreside Vale.

Secondly, the GC is too big to be the Landstalker. The Landstalker is a smaller SUV in this game, plus it has a spare tire. So the GC is out of the question, and the CR-V gif is the closest it can get too, with Freelander headlights and tailights.

Just because it was a Jeep in VC and SA doesn't mean it can be a Jeep in others, it was a Lincoln Navigatot/Ford Expidition in GTA 4 and 5. So why can't it be different in 3?

Yes, it is not a Discovery, but it's at least better than having it as an American SUV like an Escape or GC. Personally I would list it as a CR-V, but that's just my opinion, no need to get upset.

Also, please watch your language. No need for the F-bombs.

-- Last edit: 2017-04-13 22:09:25

Speedevil BE (201)

2017-04-13 22:46

Also, it's called Landstalker. There's probably a reason for that...

CarCrazedAlex586 (5)

2017-04-13 22:49

Seriously, the Landstalker name has nothing to do with Native American tribes (Cherokee is a Native American tribe).

Rinspeed FR (1214)

2017-04-13 23:09

Mathias98 wrote Okay, sorry for the F-word.

You say it can't be a GC, because it has a spare tire. But you said in an earlier comment that back is from a Freelander, and I agreed with that. And I said in my essay above that it could be a GC/Freelander mix.
And size doesn't matter. Just look at this, for example:
www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=46846
It's much bigger that it should be, but it's still based on International 3800 bus.
Just because it's smaller, it can be a GC.
And please, tell me why do you think the Discovery is a better match. Apart from the spare tire and the name.

i don't accept an edit. It's an admin that put LR Discovery. But it's not because you said that it's JGC 100 times that we are ok with you.

Twilight Sparkplug (20)

2017-04-13 23:16

wow Im dumb, Why did I keep saying freelander? Oh well.

I still cant see this being a Landrover of any type regardless. My two cents

Also, Mathias98
Welcome to my world, I try to post images, and comparisons but people don't seem to care that much about those :P
you can show an exact car, and someone will still make a seemingly random suggestion after you, Not all the time, But some people seem to post before they read the other peoples comments is all.

-- Last edit: 2017-04-13 23:19:02

CarCrazedAlex586 (5)

2017-04-24 22:48

Can you stop? This is almost like Vexter XS wars.

K20lover199 (0)

2017-04-24 23:22

Mathias98 wrote Okay, so how long it will be listed as unknown?
Did anyone find a better match than the Jeep Grand Cherokee?

You can't expect everybody to agree with your opinion. You think it's a GC, I think it's a CR-V/Freelander. Also, nobody touched this thread until you showed up again. I'm fine with it being Unknown/M4G until somebody changes it to a small SUV with a spare tire. I have another suggestion. It's Japanese, has a spare tire on the back, and was sold in the U.S, but since your mind is overfocused on the Grand Cherokee, and won't agree to anything else, I'm gonna keep my mouth shut about it.

Twilight Sparkplug (20)

2017-04-25 00:03

hm, Now that I look the rear does have the same bumper as a Freelander, but the rest of the body shape is just kind of, Odd.

But I went and loaded it up,
I hope this helps your search,

i.imgur.com/4z9Cln9.jpg

I have looked over many SUVs of that era and have come up still blank, I think they just made up the body shape.

Mathias98 HU (33)

2017-04-30 22:47

Hello everyone!
I know that I'm quite annoying at this point, and some people are going to disagree with me anyway, but I still didn't gave up.

I created a poll on GTAForums about the Landstalker, but only two people voted: one vote for the Freelander, and someone else said that it's based on the 1999-2001 Ford Explorer - but I think that we all can agree, that it's not the latter one.

So here's another (and I really hope the last) comparison picture:


Red - GC
Yellow - Freelander
Orange - It could be both
Green - ?

As you can see, this time I used the XBOX model, which is has higher quality textures: it has metallic grille, similarly to the GC's Laredo trim, and the headlights are more closely resembles the GC's.
The shape of the rear windows on the side are could be from several vehicles. Maybe a Toyota RAV4?
The spare tire, the position of the license plate and the taillights are most likely from the Freelander.
But as someone said on the GTAForums page I mentioned above: "It all probably just flowed from his (Paul Kurowski, the vehicle designer) mind." - So maybe some parts of the SUV aren't based on any real vehicle.

And I realized that the Landstalker also has a spare tire on the back in VC and VCS, despite the fact, that the Jeep Wagoneer didn't have a spare tire. But they're listed as Wagoneer - and no one has a problem with it.
So, what is different in this case?
Why is this Landstalker can't be listed as a Grand Cherokee with a spare tire?

And changing the Landstalker on the VC and VCS page is to unknown is certainly not the correct solution.

-- Last edit: 2017-04-30 22:53:16

Desscythe17 TK (7)

2017-04-30 23:22

Thanks for the umpteenth time for a comparison. The Landstalker is still not a WJ Grand Cherokee. Thank you.

Twilight Sparkplug (20)

2017-05-01 00:51

Well, I am.
but at times I feel I am the only one who does, And I also feel the same about my comments on here.

Personally the front end looks more like a Montero Sport.


And the rear, Sure It can be slightly freelander like, it could also be like a Discovery, or a Montero, or a Land Cruiser.

J-2 ES (1309)

2017-05-01 00:58

It reminds me of the Escape, G. Cherokee and Montero Sport at the same time. I think in cases like this, in which a clear answer is not easy and people will never agree, is list the Landstalker as Made for Game as being too generic.

Your Worst Nightmare US (0)

2017-05-07 19:22

Mathias98 wrote I know that I'm beating a dead horse, but...
- the script implies that it's based on a Jeep
- with the exception of LCS, it's based on a Jeep in the 3D Universe
- it wouldn't make any sense to be based on something foreign and then based on an American SUV in all other GTA games

I know I said in my previous comment that it might be based on the Montero, but I think the similarity is only accidental - similarly how the Infernus resembles the Vector.

And please, don't forget that GTA 3 was the first GTA game in 3D, and it has only about 40 vehicles. And there's only one SUV in the game. And if there's only one SUV in the game, it's most likely based on popular and well-known vehicle. The Jeep WJ was sold worldwide, and it's far more popular than the Montero, Freelander, Escape or the CR-V.

So, even though it might not look like a Jeep at the first glance, I still think the best match is the 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ).

Fascinating, sadly nobody cares about this car exept you.

K20lover199 (0)

2017-05-07 19:41

Mathias98 wrote I know that I'm beating a dead horse, but...
- the script implies that it's based on a Jeep
- with the exception of LCS, it's based on a Jeep in the 3D Universe
- it wouldn't make any sense to be based on something foreign and then based on an American SUV in all other GTA games

I know I said in my previous comment that it might be based on the Montero, but I think the similarity is only accidental - similarly how the Infernus resembles the Vector.

And please, don't forget that GTA 3 was the first GTA game in 3D, and it has only about 40 vehicles. And there's only one SUV in the game. And if there's only one SUV in the game, it's most likely based on popular and well-known vehicle. The Jeep WJ was sold worldwide, and it's far more popular than the Montero, Freelander, Escape or the CR-V.

So, even though it might not look like a Jeep at the first glance, I still think the best match is the 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ).

We all lost the craps we have and you are still rambling on about why you think this is a GJ. Give up!

CarCrazedAlex586 (5)

2017-05-07 20:11

Mathias98 wrote I know that I'm beating a dead horse, but...
- the script implies that it's based on a Jeep
- with the exception of LCS, it's based on a Jeep in the 3D Universe
- it wouldn't make any sense to be based on something foreign and then based on an American SUV in all other GTA games

I know I said in my previous comment that it might be based on the Montero, but I think the similarity is only accidental - similarly how the Infernus resembles the Vector.

And please, don't forget that GTA 3 was the first GTA game in 3D, and it has only about 40 vehicles. And there's only one SUV in the game. And if there's only one SUV in the game, it's most likely based on popular and well-known vehicle. The Jeep WJ was sold worldwide, and it's far more popular than the Montero, Freelander, Escape or the CR-V.

So, even though it might not look like a Jeep at the first glance, I still think the best match is the 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ).

Stop shoving your opinion down our throats! We are sick and tired of this! Give up NOW! Also, GIVE UP EDITING!

Mathias98 HU (33)

2017-05-14 03:22

Sorry, I have gone too far.
I didn't want a debate with anyone.
I deleted most of my comments on the page.

But you can't ignore the fact that the Landstalker is listed as Jeep Grand Cherokee on the German, French, Portugalian and Russian GTA Wikias.
And it was listed earlier as a JGC on the English GTA Wikia. And it seems that it was changed accidentally.
And GrandTheftWiki, which is more accurate than GTA Wikia, also calls it a JGC.

Aginnon CZ (4)

2017-06-05 16:15

Grand Cherokee is right! It is!

valera UA (8)

2017-11-19 11:42

For me it looks like Ford Escape\Maverick

Nickolay27PM RU (41)

2018-04-27 07:30

Ford Explorer

SLON (0)

2019-02-09 16:40

I have no idea where you see Grand Cherokee here. For me, this is just a mash-up, based on various Japanese SUVs of those years.

andarara ES (0)

2019-02-21 19:23

Who removed the previous statment? It is a Ford Escape/Maverick!

Even if it wasn´t as popular as the JGC in the US is far more similar!
Firstly is the compact size the Maverick has, Jeep Grand Cherokee is more masive in size! Then there´s the spare wheel, then the rear lights...

TomboyTanner US (0)

2020-03-08 02:28

I think it looks like a Mitsubishi Montero, because of how the windows are placed.

stecol90 IT (8)

2020-04-18 14:53

The Landstalker is mostly the Ford Expedition, like all GTAs...

RGF PL (0)

2020-06-29 20:44

Mathias98 wrote

Rockstar North is located in Edinburgh, Scotland, but why would they add a British SUV to a game, which is set in the USA?

And actually, the Freelander isn't so similar to the Landstalker:


www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=127 - how will you explain this? You said "why would they add a British SUV to a game, which is set in the USA?", but Land Rover is also a British car and it appeared on GTA San Andreas, which also takes place in USA.

twilight sparkplug (20)

2020-06-30 02:01

RGF PL (0)

2020-06-30 13:19

twilight sparkplug wrote

I only wanted to reply to his comment "why would they add a British SUV to a game, which is set in the USA?", so I don't know why you posted that CJ meme. My comment/reply doesn't have anything to do with the Landstalker real counterpart.

-- Last edit: 2020-06-30 13:19:20

twilight sparkplug (20)

2020-06-30 19:25

eh its been quiet for a while. so interesting to see what happens. Landstalker is the Stratum of the 3D era
but ok.

RGF PL (0)

2020-07-01 12:10

twilight sparkplug wrote Landstalker is the Stratum of the 3D era
but ok.

What the heck? These are 2 completely different cars and both appear on 3D and HD era of Grand Theft Auto series, so I don't know what you meant.

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