The Declasse Premier is a four-door sedan that appears in GTA 5. It is heavily based on a Chevrolet Cobalt/Aveo. The front of the Premier appears similar to Chevrolet Cobalt sedan and the 2001-2006 Toyota Corolla E120. With its enlarged grille located in the bumper region, the car bears an eerie resemblance to the 9th generation Chevrolet Impala. The taillights appear similar to the 2005-2011 Chevrolet Aveo tailights, and are reminiscent of the taillights of the Ford Fusion. Its front and rear are also similar to the Citroen C5.
The Declasse Premier in GTA 5 seems to have had a power upgrade as the car has a lot more get up and go than the previous rendition. Handling has also been improved thanks to the more realistic FWD like its real-life counterpart. It is responsive and quick, and handles very well on tight corners, in par with the more expensive, larger sedans in the game. Damage deformation, however, is quite poor, as crashing headlong in the front even at moderate speeds can significantly degrade its overall performance, resulting it in becoming sluggish. Further collisions mean lower speeds can make evading cops a challenge.
In GTA 5, the Declasse Premier has a transversely-mounted 4-cylinder engine, as seen if the hood is open. This is similar to the Bobcat in GTA San Andreas. Despite different design and class, the Premier is comparable to the Dinka Blista in terms of performance and handling characteristics.
GTA 5 Car: Declasse Premier Detailed Info and Location
Bumpers, Skirts, Windows, Spoiler, Exhaust, Turbo.
Copy of Real Life vehicle:
Chevrolet Cobalt, Chevrolet Aveo
Declasse Premier Location in GTA 5:
- Very common in Los Santos and can be found in parking garages around the city.
- Spawns at Michael’s house after Did Somebody Say Yoga? until Caida Libre, then at Trevor’s trailer between Minor Turbulence and Monkey Business.
- In Grand Theft Auto Online, The Declasse Premier sells for $1,000 in Los Santos Customs.