Asea is a compact four-passenger sedan, developed by a fictional in-game automobile company DeClasse.
DeClasse Asea is an exclusive car for the game Grand Theft Auto 5 and it didn't make it appearance in any game of the series prior to the fifth part. Asea has straight-four engine with a small volume of 1.4 litres, and this car is lighter than than other sedans - it's weight is 1400 kilograms. This automobile is capable of achieving speed up to 233 kilometres per hour in perfect conditions, but the acceleration of the car is still wished to be improved greatly - despite it's light weight, it reaches 152 kilometres per hour in awful 18 seconds.
On the other hand, automobile excess at handling it is totally okay with complicated J-turns. DeClasse Asea has troubles with brakes, which makes it dropping down it's speed for quiet a long time, so prepare to stop beforehand unless you expect yourself to be crashed into something. Also due to the light weight Asea is very fragile, it is separated from a complete breakdown just by one or two frontal hits, and almost anything can throw it off road. DeClasse Asea can be met everywhere on the streets of Los Santos, and it's price on automobile-dealer website is just 12 thousands of US dollars. Due it's manoeuvrability the car carve out it's own niche in the motor pool of GTA 5, however it wouldn't be wise to suggest it for any serious business.
When modelling DeClasse Asea, Rockstar were inspired by such cars, as Suzuki Aerio, Chevrolet Malibu of year 2004, Dacia Logan and Chevrolet Aveo.
GTA 5 DeClasse Asea characteristics
|Speed ||145 km/h |
|Mass ||1400 kg |
|Capacity ||4 passangers |
|Engine ||gasoline |
|Drive ||front |
|Brake force distribution ||65/35 |
|Damage in the collision ||70% |
|Damage during the deformation of the body ||50% |
|Damaging small arms ||100% |
|Damaging the engine ||150% |
|The purchase price in GTA Online ||$12000 |
|The price of legal sale ||$7200 |
|The illegal sale price ||$1200 |