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The Bravado Youga Classic is a vehicle featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Bikers update, released on November 22nd, 2016, during the Youga Classic Week event.


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The Youga Classic is depicted as a full-size van prominently based on the second generation Ford Econoline cargo van, seen in the overall design and front end detailings, particularly the lower vents below the main grille. This is a characteristic seen in some variations of the van, as well as the side doors with no windows.

The Youga Classic, as the name suggests, is a classic variation of the Youga, which has a much more traditional appearance. The van comes with four circular headlights and two rectangle tailights, as well as a single compartment door on the rear end, like the Rumpo Custom. The Youga Classic will come in a two-tone color scheme, which a single color applies to the roof and the lower portion of the van and another one surrounding the entire vehicle. The vehicle also has "Youga Classic" badges on the front doors and the rear compartment door. Also, it has more visual modifications available, offering more options to it than its original counterpart.

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Overall, the Youga Classic has similar performance to its modern counterpart. It has a low revving diesel engine and sluggish speed and acceleration. Unlike the Youga, however, the vehicle has slightly higher suspension and is thus more susceptible to rough terrain, however the lack of power means it lacks the potential for offroading, even with upgrades. Also, it has a decent amount of durability, being able to withstand collisions and gunfire. All in all, the Youga Classic is more favored for visual looks over performance benefits.

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Vehicle Statistics - Grand Theft Auto V
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N/A 75 / 120 5 N/A RWD 2500 / 5512 65
Website Statements [?] / Badges
N/A N/A 5 FR SOHC Inline-4 (In-game model) RWD Cannot be observed Cannot be observed
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Prominent Appearances in Missions

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  • A Youga Classic with beater livery appears as a Supplies transport vehicle for the player's Bunker in one of the Steal Supplies missions.


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GTA Online Biker Update - Vapid Bravado Youga Classic

GTA Online Biker Update - Vapid Bravado Youga Classic


  • Two liveries resemble that which was found on the iconic van from the A-Team TV show. Another has a similarity to the Mystery Machine from the Scooby-Doo franchise.
  • Unlike the original Youga which only seats the driver and one passenger, the Classic version seats three passengers in addition to the driver. In addition, it also sports sliding doors not featured from its original counterpart.
  • In the Southern San Andreas Super Autos website, the Youga is incorrectly listed as "Vapid Youga Classic", but when entering a Los Santos Customs garage, it is correctly listed as "Bravado Youga Classic".
    • This has been fixed with the release of the Import/Export update.
  • The Youga Classic has an anachronistically modern interior, with a plastic-clad steering wheel to match. The Surfer and the Journey, being similar vehicles, share this interior as well, despite being just as old.
  • The large number of modifications available is likely a reference to the custom van craze of the late 1970s with a number of those custom vans being Ford Econolines, similar to how the Youga is a reference to the Dodge Ram Van being a commonly modified vehicle in Japan.
  • The Youga Classic's extra headlights mounted on the front bumper (if fitted from Los Santos Customs) are non-functional.

See Also

  • Youga - Modern counterpart.


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    The Youga Classic as seen on Southern San Andreas Super Autos, where it is seen manufactured by Vapid.