The Low Rider has the highest boost speed rating in the game which is 209mph, but a medium weight rating means poor acceleration. It also suffers from understeer at high speeds. When drifting with this car, it tends to go sideways more wider, and requires the player to let go of the gas a bit to make a good drift.
It's use for online is bad, as it cannot perform as well in both Race and Road Rage. This car also cannot get a Boost Start at the start of an online Race or on the Blue Team in online Road Rage. Despite this though, it is a good choice for Road Rage.
The Low Rider is the heaviest race vehicle and is a unique car in Burnout Revenge. It is unlocked once players have beaten all of Angel Valley's challenges. Although it is capable of traveling at 209 MPH, it has the worst acceleration of any race vehicle. When action gets overheated in an event, the Low Rider tends to struggle getting past speeds as low as 180 MPH. Handling is also horrible as the car has a high understeer problem. This is a less than recommended choice for races, but it is the best vehicle for Road Rage due to its massive size and weight. The Low Rider isn't the most ideal car for catching up to traffic, but its superior strength is excellent for checking it. It is also a potential vehicle for crash events in the XBOX 360 version as it has appropriate weight and a maximized payload.
Represented as a car of Angel Valley, the Low Rider has a California license plate that reads LA-SP-01 (Los Angeles Special 1).
The car can be colored in Blue, Violet Blue, Black, White, Grey, Dark Grey, Dark Red and Red in the PS2/Xbox versions, while it has Yellow, Sky Blue, and Pink included in the Xbox 360 version.
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This car resembles a Chevrolet Impala and Pontiac GTO.
This vehicle returns in Burnout Dominator.
The vehicle later reappears in Burnout Paradise as the Carson Opus.