Vehicles are necessary to get to the Outskirts of the City, and you get them by Buying or Stealing a Car. To drive them well you need the driving skill. The vehicle's year can be anywhere from 1967 to the current year + 1.
Here are the types of Vehicles you can buy or try to steal:
|Type||Retail Price||Buyable?||Skill Bonus||Find Diff.||Sense Alarm Prob.||Touch Alarm Prob.|
|A - Van||$10,000||2||1%||10%|
|B - Station Wagon||$7,500||1||1%||10%|
|C - Sportscar||$10,000||Yes||+3||3||15%||95%|
|D - Bug||$2,500||Yes||2||1%||10%|
|E - Pickup Truck||$5,000||Yes||+1||1||1%||10%|
|F - Police Cruiser||$5,000||+2||7||0%||0%|
|G - Taxicab||$5,000||+1||8||0%||0%|
|H - SUV||$7,500||Yes||+1||1||4%||85%|
|I - Jeep||$7,500||+1||6||1%||10%|
There are also these vehicles included in the game which cannot be bought or stolen:
|Type||Retail Price||Skill Bonus|
|Agent Car (called 'Sportscar')||$10,000||+3|
Buyable - if the vehicle can be bought from the used car dealer at the retail cost. Having a sleeper at the dealership will typically lower this price by 20%.
Skill Bonus - how much of a boost the car gives to the driver's driving skill.
Sense Alarm and Touch Alarm Probability - how likely it is you'll run into The Viper while stealing the car.