Hunter Citizen
Make Hunter emblem
Game BurnoutParaLogo
Boost Aggression
Speedicon Stat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-grayStat-grayStat-grayStat-gray (6)
Boosticon Stat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-grayStat-gray (8)
Strengthicon Stat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-aggressionStat-grayStat-gray (8)
Weighticon 2,780 kg.
731 License Plate
Cruising 170 MPH
Boosting 191 MPH
Has br1Has toys1
FeaturedArticle Hunter Citizen was Burnopedia's Featured Article in December 2009.

The Hunter Citizen is one of two original Paradise City police vehicles. The Citizen's unit number is 731 and is the same as the number on the Cop Car in Burnout 2: Point of Impact. It is equipped with bull bars across its front bumper as well as blue and red lights on the roof which can be activated by clicking the left thumb stick or by pressing P. The siren can let off a different sound by holding down the same button. The Citizen can appear in 3 different color schemes; the traditional black and white finish, fully white and a solid blue finish with yellow letters and decals. The Gold and Platinum finishes can be used once they're unlocked.

The Hunter Citizen is a high-powered muscle car with massive speed, boost and strength. Its only disadvantages are its handling and acceleration. The handling of the Citizen can be best described as vaguely directed as it can turn corners but not without a few troubles. Its best use is as a Road Rage vehicle due to its high strength and speed rating which compensates for its turning abilities.

This car is also good in Marked Man events as long as the route taken does not have too many turns. It can also be surprisingly effective in Races thanks to its deceptively high max speed and sturdiness giving it an edge above other cars but only if the route is pretty much a straight line. The poor turning and large weight make it one of the worst choices for Stunt Runs.

Description Edit

Paradise City's idea of law enforcement. It's more like a battle cruiser than a police cruiser. It takes an age to turn, but you'd need a torpedo to stop it!

How to Unlock Edit

Win 98 events then shut it down.

Resemblance Edit

The Hunter Citizen is almost a dead ringer of the 2006-2010 Dodge Charger SRT-8 with 3 different finishes resembling 3 distinct police color schemes;

  • Finish 1 has a black and white color scheme resembling to a typical North America police vehicle.
  • Finish 2 has a light blue color scheme similar to the MSP Blue Goose livery used by Michigan State Police.
  • Finish 3 has a plain white livery with blue text.

Burning Route Edit

Burning Route (Right) Citizen Burning Route

Notes Edit

  • The Citizen's siren was made functional in the Cagney Update.
  • In Burnout Paradise's Free February Update, the Citizen's speed stat was lowered from 8 to 6.
  • Because of its weight, the Citizen can reach speeds of 240 mph and up while going downhill.
  • The Citizen is not unlocked after purchasing the Cops and Robbers Pack. It is an original Paradise vehicle and is unlocked by playing through Burnout Paradise's offline "career mode".
  • The white siren strobe lights on top and on the front grill won't flash when toggled on, however, its Toy counterpart has these lights working.
  • This is the only police vehicle not to have "PCPD" in its name.
  • Its siren has no effect on traffic.

Gallery Edit

See Also Edit

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