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Bandit
Bandit
Level Level 6
Unlock Bonus Mission
Vehicle Stats
Speed FullstarFullstarFullstarFullstarHalfstar
Acceleration FullstarFullstarFullstarFullstar
Toughness FullstarFullstarHalfstar
Handling FullstarFullstarFullstarFullstarHalfstar

The Bandit is an unlockable vehicle in The Simpsons: Hit & Run. Like all other player owned cars this vehicle may be accessed via phone booths at any time, on any level.

Description Edit

The Bandit is a reddish-pink sports car with a black stripe at the end. It is adorned with a cobra and the words "Lil' Bandit" on each side. In Level 1, Level 4, and Level 6, Snake drives the vehicle. The car bears a strong resemblance to a 1969 Dodge Charger.

Appearances Edit

The Bandit makes multiple appearances. In Level 2, Bart needs to acquire a WWII radio, but when he gets to Herman's Military Antiques, he discovers that it's been robbed, and later, by Snake. He races Snake for the WWII, in which Snake uses the Bandit. In Level 3, before Lisa can get a hold of information regarding Bart's disappearance, she has to help Wiggum catch Snake, using the three strikes policy. They pursue him, while he uses this vehicle. In Level 5, Snake demands that Apu help him with "community service," or destroying an armored truck. The two destroy the truck and make a getaway in the car. In Level 6, after completing the bonus mission, the player unlocks the Bandit. In Level 7, Homer carjacks Snake, using the Bandit to deliver nuclear waste to the spacecraft, sacrificing the car and Snake in the process.

Trivia Edit

  • The Bandit in game differs quite a bit from the Bandit in the show. It is the most dramatic difference in a vehicle, with the exception of the Longhorn.
  • The image for the Bandit in the phone booth features different rims than in-game.
  • The Bandit in the mission Bart 'n' Frink is more durable than the version found outside of the mission.

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