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Lockdown - front right in Saints Row The Third
The Lockdown in Saints Row: The Third
Lockdown - front right in Saints Row IV
The Lockdown in Saints Row IV
Style

SWAT Van

Class

Semi Cab

Hostage class

Truck

Capacity

 ?

Doors

?

Convertible

 ?

Speed

70

Nitrous Speed

80

Mass

4000

Torque

800

Hit Points

15000

Road Grip

0.04

Steering Speed

45

Steering Angle

35

Manufacturer

Millah

Games

Saints Row: The Third
Saints Row IV

Obtaining
Law Enforcement

Steelport Police
SWAT

Homies

SWAT Team

Randomly Parked

No

The Lockdown[1] is a vehicle in Saints Row: The Third[2] and Saints Row IV.

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Not to be confused with Peacekeeper

OverviewEdit

The Lockdown is a heavy tactical enforcement vehicle, used to carry teams of SWAT members when deployed at a high police Notoriety. It can carry only one Homie, in spite of the fact that 6-8 SWAT members can be carried. SWAT Homies with Riot Shields can hang on the side like regular SWAT.

VariantsEdit

Saints Row: The Third

Average

  • All components Options 1
  • Grime 75-100
  • Miscellaneous - seats
  • Matte Tabletop Gray and Jet Black Body
  • 40% Tinted Windows
  • Dark Gray Rubber Rims
  • Tabletop Gray interior

This variant is used in roadblocks, accompanied by a Peacemaker only at 3 stars of Notoriety.

SWAT

  • Same options as Average
  • Roof Option 2 - roof_rack_stuff
  • Miscellaneous- gun_ports
  • SWAT Blue and Matte Jet Black Body
  • 60% Tinted Windows
  • Black Rubber Rims
  • Tabletop Gray interior

This variant is used in wide roadblocks at 3 and 4 stars of Notoriety. These variants also pursue at 4 stars, with 4 SWAT soldiers holding onto the sides, while a normal officer drives.

Saints Row IV

Average

  • Same as Saints Row: The Third

SWAT

  • Same as Saints Row: The Third

Chopshop (Chrome Lockdown)

  • All components Options 1
  • Roof Option 2 - roof_rack_stuff
  • Miscellaneous- gun_ports
  • No Decals.
  • Chrome Body
  • 100% Tinted Windows
  • Silver Rims
  • Jet Black Interior

A Chrome Lockdown is unlocked upon completing Virus Collection target in Loren Square. SWAT Lockdown appears during Mech Suit Mayhem only.

PerformanceEdit

This vehicle has a high resistance to damage and can take a heavy load of gunfire before the engine begins to smoke.

Unlike the STAG N-Forcer, it can be upgraded. This gives it a reasonable top speed for such a heavy vehicle and enables it to handbrake turn. It does have major flaws in close quarters fighting: it has a huge natural turning circle and weapons cannot be fired out the armour plated windows.

ModificationsEdit

Saints Row: The Third

The Lockdown has a total of 19 Vehicle Customization options. The available Wheel Sizes are 25-32 and the available Wheel Widths are 2-4.

Mods
  • 2 Hoods
  • 3 Roofs
  • 2 Bull Horns
  • 2 Antennas
  • 3 Mirrors
  • 2 Bumpers
  • 3 Miscellaneous
  • 2 Decal 1s
Paints
  • Body Color (2 sections)
  • Rim Color
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color
  • Misc Color
Saints Row IV

The Lockdown has a total of 25 Vehicle Customization options. The available Wheel Sizes are 25-32 and the available Wheel Widths are 2-4

Mods
  • 2 Hoods
  • 2 Bumpers
  • 2 Bull Horns
  • 3 Mirrors
  • 3 Roofs
  • 2 Antennas
  • 3 Miscellaneous
  • 8 Decal 1s
Paints
  • Body Color (2 sections)
  • Rim Color
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color
  • Misc. Color
  • Underglow Color

TriviaEdit

  • There is no Cheat for this vehicle in any game.
  • It strongly resembles a BATT AP[3], an armoured tactical vehicle, and also resembles a Lenco BearCat.
  • Lockdown is the name of a Transformer.
  • The Lockdown has half-tracks on them that allows the vehicle to transport SWAT Homies with Riot Shields, with the N-Forcer being the only other transport of carrying Riot Shield users.
  • Weapons cannot be used while driving the Lockdown.
  • The Lockdown's antenna on the back has its own, tall hitbox. The hitbox persists even when the antenna is disabled via Rim Jobs. This causes the Lockdown to have problems entering and exiting Cribs with low vertical clearance, such as the Saints HQ, Safeword, Burns Hill Reactors and 3 Count Cribs. 3 Count's very short gate in particular does not allow the Lockdown to exit at all. All Homie-owned Cribs (Kinzie's Warehouse, Shaundi's Loft, Zimos' Pad, and Angel's Gym) have tall rolling doors similar to Rim Jobs door, allowing for smooth entry and exit.
  • The Lockdown has surprisingly good drifting performance for a vehicle its size, compared to Bear or even the Bulldog.
  • The Lockdown is one of the unlockable Virus Collection vehicles in Saints Row IV. It is one of two special police vehicles that can be unlocked, with the other one being a Wireframe Peacemaker.

GalleryEdit

  • Lockdown in Saints Row The Third Garage
  • A heavily damaged Lockdown, during the "Tank Mayhem" activity
  • Two Lockdowns during the "Tank Mayhem" activity
  • Front view
  • Rear view
  • Side view
  • Dark grey variant of Lockdown used in roablock along with Peacemaker
  • Lockdown in Saints Row: The Third
  • Lockdown in Saints Row: The Third
  • Lockdown in Saints Row: The Third
  • Lockdown in Saints Row: The Third
  • Lockdown in Saints Row IV
  • Lockdown (Average) - front in Saints Row IV
  • Lockdown (Average) - rear in Saints Row IV
  • Lockdown (Average) - side in Saints Row IV
  • Lockdown (SWAT) - front in Saints Row IV
  • Lockdown (SWAT) - rear in Saints Row IV
  • Lockdown (SWAT) - side in Saints Row IV
  • Chrome Lockdown in Saints Row IV
  • Lockdown (Chopshop) - front in Saints Row IV
  • Lockdown (Chopshop) - rear in Saints Row IV
  • Lockdown (Chopshop) - side in Saints Row IV

ReferencesEdit

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