The Buffalo returns in GTA 5, with the normal version having the same design as The Ballad of Gay Tony model. The second generation Buffalo, known as Buffalo S, is a supercharged facelift version of the normal Buffalo, with a new front fascia, rims and taillights based on the Dodge Charger SRT8.
The Buffalo S has a much more aggressive appearance, giving it the look of the modern American sports car. The front fascia consists of one large grille that extends from the hood to the front bumper and two smaller grilles near the tyres. On the side, there are two small CFRP panels. It also has unique rims that consist of ten spokes. The rear of the Buffalo S remains largely the same, except for the taillights, based on the Acura NSX concept. In the single player game, this version can only be obtained through Franklin, as it does not spawn anywhere else in the game world, although it can be purchased in GTA Online on southernsanandreassuperautos.com for $96,000. The original Buffalo is also available for $36,000 on the same website in GTA Online only.
GTA Online price:
(Los Santos Customs) $3000
Bumpers, Exhaust, Skirts, Spoiler, Roof & Grille (Franklin’s Version)
Copy of real life vehicle:
Dodge Charger SRT8 2012
- In GTA 5, a unique supercharged Buffalo S that cannot be found anywhere else appears at Franklin’s house with a unique plate reading FC1988. However, in Grand Theft Auto Online, the Buffalo S is available for purchase from Southernsanandreassuperautos.com for $96,000, after the I’m Not a Hipster Update was released.
- Franklin Clinton owns a unique white Buffalo S that can be modified with more variations and has some unique features and spawns outside his safehouse.
- When switching to Franklin from Michael or Trevor, either Franklin is driving his Buffalo S, or if he is on foot, it will be parked nearby.
- When driving this Car, the TBoGT variant spawns more easily, particularly in Strawberry.
- The first generation of this car can be found mostly in Vinewood Hills.
- The first generation can also be found on the highways in Los Santos and Blaine County.