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of Police variant Estrada in Saints Row: The Third.

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Vehicle logo bike standard02 estrada
Estrada logo SRIV
SRG Goat HUD Image
Melbourne - Blinged SR2 variant screenshot
The Melbourne in Saints Row 2
Melbourne - Fuzz SR2 variant screenshot
The Estrada in Saints Row 2
Estrada - front right in Saints Row The Third
The Estrada in Saints Row: The Third
Estrada gallery SRIV
The Estrada in Saints Row IV
Cyber Estrada SRIV
The Cyber Estrada in Saints Row IV
SRG - Goat
The Goat in Saints Row: Gat out of Hell
Also known as

Estrada

Class

Bike

Hostage class

Compact

Capacity

2

Doors

0

Convertible

 ?

Speed

70

Nitrous Speed

80

Mass

375

Torque

80

Hit Points

3000

Road Grip

0.075

Steering Speed

50

Steering Angle

45

Manufacturer

Dobson

Games

Saints Row 2
Saints Row: The Third
Saints Row IV
Saints Row: Gat out of Hell

Related

Estrada

Obtaining
Law Enforcement

Stilwater Police Department

Unlockable

Virus Collection SRIV

Cost

$10,000

Areas

Arena
Downtown

Randomly Parked

Yes

Other

Police Notoriety while riding a motorcycle SR2

The Melbourne is a vehicle in Saints Row 2. It is known as Estrada in Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV and Goat in Saints Row: Gat out of Hell.

OverviewEdit

This 2 seater bike commonly spawns driving around Stilwater and the Standard variant is available at Cycles for $10,000. It is wanted by the Apartments District Chop Shop.

At the Car Mechanic, the Melbourne can be made to look identical to an Estrada, including Police logos. The only real difference between the two is that the Melbourne does not have sirens.

EstradaEdit

A special police variant called the Estrada also appears in the game, which the Stilwater Police Department use to chase The Protagonist if they have 2-4 police units of Notoriety while riding a bike.

As they are the same vehicle, the Chop Shop accepts an Estrada in place of a Melbourne. When stealing an Estrada while the Chop Shop still needs a Melbourne, the "A Chop Shop is looking for this vehicle" message is displayed.

In Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV, the base vehicle is renamed "Estrada", and the name "Melbourne" is not used.

Cyber EstradaEdit

The Cyber Estrada is a variant of the Estrada featured in the Henry Steel Mills instance of the Virus Collection Diversion. The target is located in central Ashwood, and is unlocked in the Garage upon completing.

LocationsEdit

Saints Row 2Edit

  • The Melbourne commonly spawns.
  • The Estrada spawns when riding a bike with level 2-3 police Notoriety.

Saints Row: The ThirdEdit

  • Outside Leather & Lace, a parking spot to the left.
  • Inside Leather & Lace, as part of a display. It can be moved outside the store with the RC Possessor or the Sonic Boom. Once outside, it can be driven like a normal Estrada.
  • Two Estradas are parked near Rusty's Needle in Espina.
  • In traffic and random parking spaces, all over the city.
  • At the north east dock in Henry Steel Mills. If it is bumped, it falls into the water and explodes, but it is possible to ride it and fall through the map.

Saints Row IVEdit

Same as in Saints Row: The Third, except Henry Steel Mills location.

ModificationsEdit

Saints Row 2

The Melbourne and Estrada have a total of 40 Vehicle Customization options. It does not have Reinforced Bumper available.

Mods
  • 3 Gas Tanks
  • 3 Gas Caps
  • 4 Front Fenders
  • 3 Rear Fenders
  • 2 Rims
  • 2 Mirrors
  • 2 Exhaust Tips
  • 5 Front Mods
  • 10 Seats
  • 4 Side Skirts
  • 2 Decal 1s
Paints
  • Body Color (4 sections)
  • Trim Color (3 sections)
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color
  • Rim Color
Saints Row: The Third

The Estrada has a total of 36 Vehicle Customization options.

Mods
  • 3 Gas Tanks
  • 3 Gas Caps
  • 4 Front Fenders
  • 3 Rear Fenders
  • 2 Rims
  • 2 Mirrors
  • 2 Exhaust Tips
  • 5 Front Mods
  • 8 Seats
  • 4 Side Skirts
Paints
  • Body Color (4 sections)
  • Rim Color
  • Trim Color (3 sections)
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color
Saints Row IV

The Estrada has a total of 39 Vehicle Customization options.

Mods
  • 5 Front Mods
  • 2 Mirrors
  • 3 Gas Tanks
  • 8 Seats
  • 4 Side Skirts
  • 2 Exhaust Tips
  • 4 Front Fenders
  • 3 Miscellaneous (Gas Caps)
  • 3 Rear Fenders
  • 2 Rims
  • 3 Decal 1s
Paints
  • Body Color (4 sections)
  • Trim Color (3 sections)
  • Rim Color
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color
  • Underglow Color

The Cyber Estrada has Torque, Tire Durability, Reinforced Bumper and Reinforced Frame options only.

VariantsEdit

Saints Row 2
  • Beater (10%)
  • Standard (70%)
  • Blinged (20%)
  • Police Estrada (0%)
  • Fuzz Estrada (0%)
  • Chop_Shop (0%)
Saints Row: The Third
  • rough (0%)
  • average (0%)
  • ultimate (0%)
  • Police (0%)
Saints Row IV
  • rough (0%)
  • average (0%)
  • ultimate (0%)
  • Police (0%)
  • Chopshop (0%)


TriviaEdit

  • The Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row 2 is #803.
  • The Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row: The Third is "giveestrada".
  • Melbourne is one of the largest cities in Australia.
  • It resembles a Harley Davidson XLH or Harley-Davidson Sportster.
  • The Cyber Estrada is the only "cyber" style motorcycle, although there is a "wireframe" X-2 Phantom.
  • The name Estrada is a reference pun on actor Erik Estrada, who played Officer Francis Poncherello in the television series CHiPs, which followed the lives of two motorcycle cops.
  • When customizing in a Mechanic, the police lights can occasionally become glitched, and may hover, disappear then re-appear.
  • There is a glitch with the "Stored Vehicle Delivery" menu which causes the Estrada to appear as "Melbourne" in the list. This is the same for the City Waste Truck, Mix Master and Warrant, as they are also variants.
  • The Estrada is the only law enforcement vehicle capable of having all police lights removed, although the headlights still flash when the siren is activated.
  • In Saints Row: The Third, the Estrada is used by civilians and Steelport Police uses Kenshin instead of Estrada.

GalleryEdit

  • Boost magazine, featuring Melbourne in Saints Row 2
  • Melbourne in Saints Row 2
  • Melbourne in Saints Row 2
  • Melbourne in Saints Row 2
  • Melbourne (front) in Saints Row 2
  • Melbourne (side) in Saints Row 2
  • Melbourne (back) in Saints Row 2
  • Melbourne Chop Shop listing in Saints Row 2
  • Beater variant Melbourne in Saints Row 2
  • Blinged variant Melbourne in Saints Row 2
  • Standard variant Melbourne in Saints Row 2
  • Chop Shop variant Melbourne in Saints Row 2
  • Police variant Melbourne in Saints Row 2
  • Police Estrada in Saints Row 2
  • Two Estradas with trunk in Saints Row 2
  • The two variants; with backseat and with trunk in Saints Row 2
  • The Estrada in Saints Row 2
  • Playing cop with the Estrada in Saints Row 2
  • Estrada in Saints Row 2
  • The Estrada in Saints Row: The Third
  • The Estrada in Saints Row: The Third
  • Estrada in Saints Row: The Third
  • Estrada in Saints Row: The Third
  • Estrada in Saints Row: The Third
  • Estrada in Saints Row: The Third
  • Estrada in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada (rough) - front in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada (rough) - rear in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada (rough) - side in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada (ultimate) - front in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada (ultimate) - rear in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada (ultimate) - side in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada (average) - front in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada (average) - rear in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada (average) - side in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada (Police) - front in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada (Police) - rear in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada (Police) - side in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada (Chopshop) - front in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada (Chopshop) - rear in Saints Row IV
  • Estrada (Chopshop) - side in Saints Row IV
  • Cyber Estrada in Saints Row IV
  • Cyber Estrada in Saints Row IV
  • Cyber Estrada (Chopshop) - front in Saints Row IV
  • Cyber Estrada (Chopshop) - rear in Saints Row IV
  • Cyber Estrada (Chopshop) - side in Saints Row IV
  • Goat in Saints Row: Gat out of Hell

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