- 1 Design
- 2 Performance
- 3 Image Gallery
- 4 Locations
- 5 Trivia
- 6 See Also
- 7 References
- 8 Navigation
Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online
Both variants share an almost identical triple-axle chassis and rear compartment, including the mudguards, flaps and red/white warning stripes above the rear wheels, as well as a rear lighting setup similar to the Biff and the Tipper. The rotating mixer drum is mounted onto a large frame, holding the hopper and discharge chute (in closed form). A small water system is found at the front of the drum, while an unusable ladder is mounted on the driver side that allows access to the feed. A red/white warning stripe and three red marker lights can be seen around the upper side, below the feed. Both models have a rusty/worn appearance.
In the enhanced version of the game, both trucks share the same interior common with all trucks, sporting analog dials, a retro steering wheel and a display screen mounted on the central console.
- First generation
The first generation Mixer closely resembles a Kenworth T800 for the hood shape and cabin, and it is based on the Biff in terms of the front bumper, nose design and cabin features. However, it uses dual circular headlights mounted onto the hood sides instead of being part of the fenders (which closely resemble the headlights seen on the Phantom and the Rubble), while the fender shape has been altered and the fender-mounted indicators have also been removed. Along the chassis, the truck features two battery boxes on the driver side and a large fuel tank on the passenger side, while the rear end features a non-functional strong arm lift axle and a slightly angled chute.
The entire truck is painted with a primary color and uses standard industrial wheels derived from many industrial trucks, such as the Phantom and the Biff.
- Second generation
The second generation Mixer closely resembles a second generation Chevy Kodiak/GMC TopKick for the side profile of the fenders and overall cab design, and it shares most of the features from the second generation Tipper (where it is manufactured by Brute), albeit with the addition of a passenger-side exhaust stack behind it and minor differences in the rust mapping, particularly around the hinges and underneath the wing mirrors. Along the chassis, the truck only features a single battery box on the driver side, in a similar manner to the Tipper, while the rear end lacks the strong arm lift axle (likely due to its smaller size compared to the first variant). The chute angle has also been adjusted, being more aligned with the rear structure and facing the passenger side.
The cab of the truck is painted with the primary color and the mixer and frame are painted with the secondary color, while the wheel color is applied to a stripe running around the mixer drum. Again, it uses standard industrial wheels derived from many industrial trucks.
Current Design Gallery
Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online
As expected, the Mixer has very poor performance, with a slow speed and acceleration. Due to its high center of gravity, it tips on its side quite easily, especially when navigating over rough, uneven terrain. However, it makes up for it with its brute force in pushing other vehicles.
GTA V/GTA Online Overview
(0-60 mph in Seconds)
(mph / kmh)
(FWD / RWD / AWD)
(kg / lbs)
|N/A||68 / 110||4||N/A||RWD||6000 / 13228||65|
|N/A||N/A||4||(rear 4) Turbocharged Inline-4 (In-game model)||RWD (rear 4)||Cannot be observed||Cannot be observed|
Grand Theft Auto V
- Can be seen driving around the Port of Los Santos.
- One can be found parked near a house in Sandy Shores, only a block north-west from Trevor's Trailer.
Both Mixers are part of the
CARS_CONSTRUCTION" and "
BUILDING_SITE_TRUCKS". Both sets of vehicles commonly appear driving in and out of construction sites or parked around them.
- May be seen driving in or out of the Alta Construction Site onto Power Street, Alta between 05:00 am and 11:00 pm (marker).
- May be seen driving into Hardwood & Lumber Supply and parking at LT Weld Supply Co. between 05:00 am and 12:00 pm (marker).
- May be seen driving into Mirror Park Railyard from Little Bighorn Avenue, Textile City, between 07:00 am and 11:00 am (marker).
- May be seen driving into (between 07:00 am and 11:00 am) or out of (between 15:00 pm and 18:00 pm) a parking lot next to the Los Santos River, south of Mirror Park, on El Rancho Boulevard (/-1072.723/ marker).
- May be seen driving out of an under-construction house on the corner of Vespucci Boulevard and Prosperity Street in Vespucci Canals, between 14:00 pm and 18:00 pm (marker).
- May be seen driving out of an under-construction house at the end of Steele Way in Rockford Hills, between 11:00 am and 18:00 pm (marker).
- May be seen driving out of an under-construction house on Dunstable Lane in Rockford Hills, between 11:00 am and 18:00 pm (marker).
Grand Theft Auto Online
- As of the Arena War update, can be unlocked as a Pegasus vehicle after reaching Sponsorship Tier 300 in Arena War (enhanced version only).
- It will spawn with a Black and White paint job.
- Both chassis of the Mixer are manufactured by HVY, despite only the Biff being manufactured by HVY and the second generation Tipper, which shares the cab of the second generation Mixer, being manufactured by Brute. This is likely a developer oversight.
- The police scanner audio files refer to the vehicle's manufacturer as "skiver", indicating the company name rather than manufacturer.
- Cement Truck - Predecessor of Mixer from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
- Tipper and Biff - Trucks with chassis shared with the Mixer.