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Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

A Premier in GTA San Andreas (Rear quarter view).

The Premier is a 4-door sedan available in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto IV. In GTA San Andreas, it is the civilian version of the Taxi and the Police Car, it also appears to be a "cousin" of the bulkier Elegant.



GTA San Andreas

The Premier strongly resembles a 1991-1994 Chevrolet Caprice, but it might be the 1991 or 1992 because they fit in with the game's setting; the taillights, which are rectangular in shape as opposed to the Caprice's rounder taillights, might have some influence from 1992-1994 Ford Crown Victoria's. It's very boxy greenhouse looks closer to the Australian Holden VK Commodore but this may be to conserve graphics.


A Premier in GTA IV (Rear quarter view).

In GTA IV, the Declasse-manufactured Premier is designed as a compact, four-door sedan that resembles a Chevrolet Cobalt Sedan (obviously for its four-door design but also for its taillight design - which differs from the coupe).

The front actually seems to bear more of a resemblance to the 2002-2006 Lexus ES. The taillights are Altezza-styled, which are more popular in imported cars and custom cars in the United States than domestics; strangely enough, the only other vehicles to feature such taillights is the Huntley Sport and the Landstalker. The taillights look loosely inspired by the ones from the 1998-2005 Lexus IS (aka the Toyota Altezza), and there also seems to be some Cobalt influences, however they just seem improvised; the rest of the rear also seems improvised. The front bumper might be a result of things being rearranged (as Rockstar has done with other vehicles). According to its badging, it is powered by a 4 liter engine, probably a V6.


GTA San Andreas

In GTA San Andreas, its acceleration, speed, and handling are all quite impressive, while the sturdiness and bulk of the chassis render the Premier capable of withstanding heavy damage, making this front-engine, rear-drive beast simply one of the best passenger vehicles in the game. The strong engine, responsive handling, and sturdy frame also make the Premier an ideal car for performing the PIT maneuver and for ramming other vehicles, hence its use as a police car.

Police and taxi variants

One interesting note is that performance aspects for the Premier come in in three variations in GTA San Andreas: mediocre, impressive, and fantastic. The version of the Premier with the worst performance is the Taxi, with modest acceleration and speed, and a heavy, lumbering frame. Next is the civilian version, with its outstanding performance and lighter chassis. Last is the Police version, which is the civilian Premier with a slightly more powerful engine and increased durability, and truly one of the best vehicles in the game.

Other variations include the fact that the Taxi is the only front-wheel drive version of the Premier, partly explaining its comparatively poor performance. Furthermore, the San Fierro police car enjoys improved suspension over that of the police car in Los Santos (most likely due to San Fierro's hilly streets).


The Premier in GTA IV has a 4.0 V6 coupled to a 5 speed gearbox in a rear-wheel drive layout. The engine itself is responsive, propelling the vehicle off the line quickly, and giving it an acceptable top speed. Handling is rather good for a car in the mid-sized 4 door class, keeping the Premier stable in most turns, though some oversteer can be felt. The suspension is rather soft however, giving way to body roll. Braking is adequate, though not as good as other sedans. Crash deformation is below average, with the Premier stalling after only a few collisions.

Modifications (GTA San Andreas)

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  • Nitro (all)
  • Roof
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  • Wheels
  • Car Stereo
  • Hydraulics


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Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about Jedi Knights Trading Card Game set. You may be looking for Premiere, the leader of Kabal.

Premier is the base set of the Jedi Knights Trading Card Game, featuring the basic aspects of the game. The set was released on April 25, 2001.

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Card List

  1. You Like Me Because I'm a Scoundrel
  2. Han Solo • Unlikely Hero
  3. Han Solo • Smuggler for Hire
  4. Han's Blaster Pistol
  5. He Certainly Is Brave
  6. Millennium Falcon • Modified Transport
  7. Outrun Those Imperial Slugs
  8. Leia Organa • Your Worshipfulness
  9. Lieutenant Neff • Immigration Officer
  10. Leia's Blaster
  11. You're My Only Hope
  12. Help Me, Obi-Wan Kenobi
  13. Momaw Nadon • Hammerhead Shepherd
  14. Obi-Wan Kenobi • Old Fossil
  15. Corporal Hakin • Former Skiff Racer
  16. Ellorrs Madak • Flight Instructor
  17. Ellorrs Madak's Blaster Pistol
  18. Corporal Kuep • Seasoned Guard
  19. C-3PO • The Professor
  20. Droid Detector
  21. The Force Is Strong With This One
  22. Luke Skywalker • Hero of Yavin
  23. Luke Skywalker • Moisture Farmer
  24. Luke's Blaster
  25. Private Alain • Unit Scrounge
  26. Red Five • Luke's X-wing
  27. Trooper Recruit Precht • Green Recruit
  28. Wedge Antilles • X-wing Ace
  29. Red Two
  30. Proton Torpedoes
  31. Zev SenescaT-47 Pilot
  32. Good Shooting, Wedge
  33. Corporal MaerTauntaun Handler
  34. R2-D2 • Feisty Astromech
  35. Artoo, See What You Can Do
  36. Obi-Wan Kenobi • Old Ben
  37. Pick Up Some Power Converters
  38. Yoda • Luke's Mentor
  39. Sergeant Airten • Alliance Sympathizer
  40. Now I Am the Master
  41. Darth VaderSith Warrior
  42. Darth Vader • Agent of the Empire
  43. Vader's Lightsaber • Sith Weapon
  44. Vader's TIE • Advanced Prototype
  45. You Should Not Have Come Back
  46. Boba Fett • Relentless Hunter
  47. Boba Fett's Blaster Rifle
  48. AF-119Cloud City Garrison
  49. ST-4402Tatooine Garrison
  50. TK-577 • Fire Team Leader
  51. DS-61-2 • "Mauler Mithel"
  52. Black Two
  53. Major Millich • Security Chief
  54. You Overestimate Their Chances
  55. Grand Moff Tarkin • Destroyer of Alderaan
  56. Grand Moff Tarkin • Imperial Bureaucrat
  57. Blaster
  58. AF-27 • Motivated Trooper
  59. Millions of Voices
  60. Coming Up on Their Sentry Ships
  61. PS-29-2 • "Mynock"
  62. PS-29-3 • "[Hammer]"
  63. Shadow Two
  64. Come With Me
  65. Commander Kreigg • Tactical Advisor
  66. TK-420 • Inspection Crew
  67. Darth Vader • Emperor's Sinister Agent
  68. General Tagge • Imperial Commander
  69. Emperor Palpatine • Imperial Overlord
  70. Admiral Motti • Fleet Admiral
  71. Keep the Local Systems In Line
  72. ST-103Sabacc Player
  73. Dodonna's Pride
  74. Just Like Back Home
  75. Rancor's Tooth
  76. X-wing Laser Cannons
  77. You Came in That Thing?
  78. Stabilize Your Rear Deflectors
  79. Senatorial Guard
  80. Atgar Laser Cannon
  81. That's No Moon
  82. Stand by, Ion Control
  83. I Have You Now
  84. Gold Five
  85. Conquest
  86. Concentrate All Fire
  87. Imperial Fleet
  88. Stalker
  89. Destroy Them Ship to Ship
  90. Full Throttle
  91. The Guns... They've Stopped!
  92. RGA-972 • Assault Specialist
  93. Tear This Ship Apart
  94. E-Web Repeating Blaster
  95. Blaster Rifle
  96. NT-311 • Squad Point Man
  97. UrTusken Raide
  98. Urur • Tusken Warrior
  99. Gaffi Stick
  100. IasaJawa Merchant
  101. Imperial Precision
  102. Tiatha • Legendary Scavenger
  103. Iasa's Jawa Blaster
  104. Jawa Trader
  105. Tiatha's Ion Blaster
  106. Ponda Baba • Doesn't Like You
  107. Ponda Baba's Blaster Pistol
  108. GreedoJabba's Underling
  109. Thok • Thug Who Smashes
  110. Greedo's Blaster Pistol
  111. Thok's Vibro Ax
  112. Local Trouble
  113. Hem Dazon • Salt Fiend
  114. Labria • Slippery Informant
  115. Zutton • Holojournalist
  116. Dewback Patrol
  117. Ubrikkian 9000
  118. Elis HelrotGivin Merchant
  119. Solomahal • Veteran Scout
  120. Nabrun Leids • Morseerian Transport Expert
  121. Obi-Wan's Lightsaber
  122. Nalan CheelBandfill Player
  123. Figrin D'anBith Band Leader
  124. Doikk Na'ts • Beshniquel Soloist
  125. Force 1
  126. Force 2
  127. Force 3
  128. Force 4
  129. Force 5
  130. Force 6
  131. Force 7
  132. Force 8
  133. Force 3
  134. Force 7
  135. Cloud City Carbon-Freezing Chamber
  136. Cloud City Guest Quarters
  137. Back Door
  138. Dense Forest
  139. Frozen Wastes
  140. North Ridge
  141. Lars Moisture Farm
  142. Mos Eisley
  143. Rebel Spies
  144. Corellian Laser Cannon
  145. Tantive IV
  146. Turbolaser Battery
  147. Devastator
  148. Naval Support
  149. Stay on Target
  150. Taim & Bak IX4 Laser Cannons
  151. Gold Two
  152. They Came From Behind
  153. SFS L-s7.2 TIE Cannon
  154. Shadow Three

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