This article is about the car. For the manufacturer of the same name, see Willard (manufacturer).

The Willard is a 4-door sedan available in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto IV and its episodes. It is manufactured by Willard in the HD Universe.


The Willard resembles a 1988-1993 Chrysler New Yorker Salon, 1991 Lincoln Town Car, or Dodge Dynasty with 1983-1984 Toyota Cressida grille in GTA San Andreas; in GTA IV, it strongly resembles a 1986-1991 Buick LeSabre the only notable difference being the configuration of its taillights. The Willard in GTA IV has also quite a number of similarities as compared to the First Generation Proton Saga (Saloon), and Fourth Generation Toyota Carina. The overall body of the car remains the same, with a few changes to the headlights and taillights.

Current Design Gallery

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The performance of the Willard in GTA San Andreas is as expected from a below standard sedan. The car's 6 cylinder engine in a FR layout is rather mediocre, and as such has average speed and high-climbing capabilities. Its steering is very unbalanced, at high speed it can go from under-steer to over steer in the blink of an eye due to its awful suspension. Crash deformation, however, is good compared to some of the other cars in the game.

The GTA IV rendition of the Willard is powered by a high-displacement V6, paired to a 4 speed gearbox, no longer in a FR layout, but rather in FF. The Willard possesses a top speed of 153mph, but suffers from horrible acceleration, especially uphills, and often taking a long time to even get close to top speed. The Willard has great handling, but tends to smoke its tires a lot while turning and during takeoff. Overall, the Willard can be thought of as a slower Hakumai, but stronger and more luxurious.

Modifications (GTA San Andreas)

  • The Willard can only be modified in a TransFender garage.
Type Upgrade Cost
Color Car Color 1 (64 different colors) $ 150
Worx $ 250
Race $ 220
Exhausts Large Exhaust $ 250
Twin Exhaust $ 300
Upswept Exhaust $ 400
Nitro 2x Nitrous $ 200
5x Nitrous $ 500
10x Nitrous $ 1000
Roof Roof Scoop $ 80
Spoilers Win $ 550
Fury $ 350
Alpha $ 250
Wheels Import $ 820
Atomic $ 770
Ahab $ 1000
Virtual $ 620
Access $ 1140
Off Road Wheel $ 1000
Mega $ 1030
Grove $ 1230
Twist $ 1200
Wires $ 1560
Car Stereo Bass Boost $ 100
Hydraulics Hydraulics $ 1500

Notable owners


GTA San Andreas

GTA IV + Episodes from Liberty City

The Willard in GTA IV is notably rare, knowing largely to the fact it does not spawn in traffic as frequently as other vehicles. If it does appear, however, the car can be found in the following areas:


  • According to the GTA San Andreas vehicle chart, the car may be named after the movie of the same name as "it squeaks and it's hard to get rid of".
  • The Willard is one of three vehicles with known manufacturers to be named after its manufacturer (the other two being the Jugular and the Kraken).
  • The Willard has a unique horn in GTA IV, which can also be heard at certain points of the city ambiance in the game.
  • The Willard is one of the four cars in GTA IV referred to by name. In the mission It's Your Call, Roman Bellic says that the Albanian loan sharks he owes money to drive a "shitty beige Willard." The other three cars are Gracie Ancelotti's pink Feltzer, Jimmy's silver Blista Compact, the Patriot from "The Puerto Rican Connection" and the Romero used in Undertaker. All other vehicles are referred to by the type of vehicle they are (car, truck, SUV, etc.).
  • The Willard features the Door Ajar Chime, which can be heard in quiet areas with the driver's door open.
  • The Willard plays the following radio stations by default when entered:
  • The Willard in GTA IV has a minor texture glitch, where if the front windshield is damaged extensively, it suddenly turns white and lacks texture and a sheen. This glitch is also present in the Futo.
  • If the Willard is cleaned at Car Wash, the front doors may open when the car drives out of the car wash.
  • If the rear axle is damaged enough, the rear brakes may lock up when brakes are applied.
  • The car is absent from Grand Theft Auto V. However, either the vehicle itself or the manufacturer is mentioned in the police scanner files in the sound clip named "0x0E0F4D3B".


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