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Miami - Bling SR2 variant screenshot
The Miami in Saints Row 2
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The Miami in Saints Row: The Third
Class

Boat

Hostage class

Compact

Capacity

4

Doors

0

Speed

85 SR2
65 SRTT

Mass

8600

Torque

290

Hit Points

15000

Road Grip

0.075

Steering Speed

40

Manufacturer

Breton

Games

Saints Row 2
Saints Row: The Third
Saints Row IV

Obtaining
Gangs

The Brotherhood[1]
Morningstar[2]

Law Enforcement

Stilwater Police Department
Ultor

Areas

Ocean
Dock

Randomly Parked

Yes

The Miami is a vehicle in Saints Row 2, Saints Row: The Third[3] and Saints Row IV.

OverviewEdit

These are the most common watercraft after the Shark. It is the second fastest boat behind the Hurricane. It is the fourth heaviest, behind the Commander, Skipper and Convict

In Saints Row: The Third, the Miami is slower, but is otherwise the same.

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ObtainingEdit

Saints Row 2Edit

It spawns at docks all over Stilwater, driving in the open ocean. It is sold at Ship It for $15,000, and Ship It will deliver one for free by calling 555-SHIP.

The Police use these at level 3 Notoriety and higher.

The Brotherhood use a Miami during "The Enemy of my Enemy". Can be obtained by stealing one and finishing the mission as normal. It can also be obtained in a Mission Replay by using the "Replay in a Replay" method.

Saints Row: The ThirdEdit

Boats do not spawn randomly in the open water, so the only available Miamis are parked.

Rough
Average
Ultimate
Piracy


Saints Row IVEdit

The Miami is included in Saints Row IV, but is inaccessible as there are no boat docks or parking spaces. Entering the cheat "unlockitall" unlocks the Miami as part of the otherwise-unavailable "Vehicles - Watercraft" unlockable, which is visible in the "Vehicles" section of the Upgrade menu. The presence of all three watercraft can be confirmed using a garage editor.


VariantsEdit

In Saints Row 2, there are seven variants of the Miami. Of these, there are 3 types that spawn randomly: Standard, Beater and Bling; as well as others which only spawn under certain conditions: Police, Ultor, Piracy and Brotherhood.

In Saints Row: The Third, there are 4 variants: Rough, Average, Ultimate and Piracy.

Saints Row 2Edit

Beater

20% chance of spawning

Miami - Beater SR2 variant screenshot

Beater Miami in Saints Row 2

  • No Air Intake or Decals. 50%-75% Dirt.
  • 33% chance of Spoiler 2.
  • Chance between 4 Matte paints
    • Galactic Dove Gray
    • Autumn Wood Brown
    • Mint Char Green
    • Tabletop Gray
  • Water Bucket Gray Interior.
  • Tabletop Gray and Metal Stainless Steel Trim.
Standard

60% chance of spawning

Miami - Standard SR2 variant screenshot

Standard Miami in Saints Row 2

  • Air Intake with no Spoiler.
  • No Decals or Dirt
  • Chance between 5 Gloss paints
    • Satin Bright White (with 20% Tint)
    • Jet Black
    • Midnight Blue
    • Bruised Plum Purple
    • Tangerine Orange
  • Galactic Dove Gray Interior.
  • Tabletop Gray and Metal Stainless Steel Trim.
Bling

20% chance of spawning

Miami - Bling SR2 variant screenshot

Bling Miami in Saints Row 2

  • Air Intake with either Spoiler 1 and 2.
  • 50% chance of Decal 1.
  • Exotic paint, with Satin Bright White hull. 60% Tint.
  • Chance between Kabuki Red, Dragon Blue and Satin Bright White Interior.
  • 35% chance of Gold Trim, otherwise Chrome.
  • Jet Black secondary Trim
Brotherhood
Miami - Brotherhood SR2 variant screenshot

Brotherhood Miami in Saints Row 2

  • Air Intake
  • 50% chance of Spoiler 1
  • Brotherhood Decal 1
  • Brotherhood paint. 60% Tint. No Dirt
  • Satin Bright White Interior.
  • Gold and Gloss Jet Black Trim.
Police
Miami - Police SR2 variant screenshot

Police Miami in Saints Row 2

  • Spoiler 3.
  • Police Decals 2 and 3. 20% Tint. No dirt.
  • Gloss Blue Wave and Satin Bright White paint.
  • Faint Tarragon Gray interior.
  • Stainless Steel and Gloss Jet Black Trim.
Ultor
Miami - Ultor SR2 variant screenshot

Ultor Miami in Saints Row 2

The Ultor variant was intended to be used in the mission "Salting the Earth...Again", but generic Miamis are used instead. So it is never seen under normal conditions.

  • Air Intake
  • Spoiler 3
  • Gloss Furious Orange and Jet Black paint.
  • 60% Tint. Decal 2. No Dirt.
  • Bright Day Orange Interior.
  • Black Titanium and Gloss Furious Orange Trim.
Piracy
Miami - Piracy SR2 variant screenshot

Piracy Miami in Saints Row 2

The Piracy is for the "Piracy" activity which was not included in the final game, so it is never seen under normal conditions.

  • No Air Intake
  • 33% chance between Spoiler 1, 2 and none.
  • Candy Toonshade Yellow paint. 20% Tint. No Decals. No dirt.
  • Steel and Matte Tabletop Gray Trim. Coffee Creamer Tan Interior.


Saints Row: The ThirdEdit

Rough
RoughVariant

"Rough" Variant, with railing

  • No Spoiler or Decals
  • 50% chance of Railing
  • Rear Air Intake, no Trunk.
  • Modern paint. 5% Tint. 75-100% Grime.
  • 30% chance of Satin Bright White stripe.
  • Chrome Trim. Water Bucket Gray Interior.
Average
MiamiAverage

"Average" Variant, with Spoiler and Railing

  • Spoiler with Railing
  • No Cabin or Decals
  • Rear Air Intake and Trunk
  • 25-75% Grime
  • Modern paint with Gloss Satin Bright White stripe. 5% Tint.
  • 50% chance of total Gloss Satin Bright White paint with 20% Tint.
  • Chrome Trim. Galactic Dove Gray Interior.
Ultimate
MiamiRare

Ultimate variant Miami with Luxury Cabin in Saints Row The Third

  • Luxury cabin
  • Railing
  • Trunk, no Rear Air Intake
  • Decal 1. 60% Tint. No Grime.
  • Modern paint, Gloss Satin Bright White stripe.
  • 35% chance of Gold Trim, otherwise Chrome.
  • Chance between Kabuki Red, Dragon Blue and Satin Bright White Interior.
Piracy
Miami Piracy Saints Row The Third

Piracy variant in Saints Row: The Third

  • Spoiler with no Railing
  • No Cabin, Rear Air Intake, Trunk or Decals.
  • Gloss Jet Black paint. 20% Tint. 50-75% Grime.
  • Steel Trim.
  • Coffee Creamer Tan Interior.

TriviaEdit

  • The Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row 2 is #826.
  • The Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row: The Third is "givemiami".
  • The Miami is named after the Floridian city of the same name. The style of the logo indicates that it may be a reference to Miami Vice; a similar boat is used in the show's intro sequence.
  • When calling Ship It (555-SHIP) while in the water, an employee delivers a Miami. Due to poor path finding in the Ocean, sometimes the driver gets lost. If the player moves The Protagonist out of the water after calling Ship It, the boat driver heads out to sea.

GalleryEdit

  • The Miami in Saints Row 2
  • Beater variant Miamis in Saints Row 2
  • Standard and Piracy variant Miamis in Saints Row 2
  • Bling variant Miamis in Saints Row 2
  • Piracy Miami (front) in Saints Row 2
  • Piracy Miami (rear) in Saints Row 2
  • two Piracy Miamis in Saints Row 2
  • A Miami in Saints Row 2
  • A Miami in Saints Row 2
  • Brotherhood variant Miamis in Saints Row 2
  • Brotherhood Miami in Saints Row 2
  • Brotherhood Miami in Saints Row 2
  • Law enforcement Miamis, police and Ultor
  • Police Miami, with spoiler 3
  • Ultor Miami in Saints Row 2 (side)
  • Ultor Miami in Saints Row 2 (front)
  • Ultor Miami in Saints Row 2 (rear)
  • Miami (front) in Saints Row 2
  • Miami (side) in Saints Row 2
  • Miami (back) in Saints Row 2
  • Beater variant in Saints Row 2
  • Standard variant in Saints Row 2
  • Bling variant in Saints Row 2
  • Brotherhood variant in Saints Row 2
  • Piracy variant in Saints Row 2
  • Police variant in Saints Row 2
  • Ultor variant in Saints Row 2
  • Ultimate variant Miami with Luxury Cabin in Saints Row The Third
  • Piracy variant in Saints Row The Third
  • Miami in Saints Row The Third
  • Miami in Saints Row The Third
  • Miami in Saints Row The Third
  • Miami in Saints Row The Third

ReferencesEdit

  1. Mission: The Enemy of my Enemy
  2. Mission: The Ho Boat
  3. YouTube: Quick Look: Saints Row: The Third
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