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Base Model[]

A big and heavy, full sized American sedan. Looking like a proud American fleet vehicle from around '98 and '99, the Wanja seems to be a luxury vehicle and comes at a luxury price of $15999 for a new base model.

A heavy chassis and long wheelbase, which is not well suited for racing of any kind, is powered by a 3.8L (3800cc) straight 6 engine. The XL6 engine kicks out 252Hp and 384Nm of torque but only has a top speed of 132km/h

A lazy 3 speed gearbox with a first gear ratio of 3.25 has a shifting time of a massive 1.2 seconds. This connects to a rear wheel drive 3.08 differential.

300mm rear disk brakes and 290mm front brakes are responsible for stopping the 2189.3kg mass of the car along with 22mm front and 16mm rear sway bars to keep the wheels level. 245/40x20 tires are fitted on 245x20 steel rims.

Special Edition[]

The Wanja SE roars with a revived heart and the slow beast has gotten upgrades to many aspects of the base XL6 and improvements include a new engine, gearbox, differential, brakes, suspension, and tires. The only part that have not changed are the sway bars, exhaust and cooling components. Even though many upgrades were made, the Wanja SE has a lower weight than the base model.

Now driven by either a WGT8 4.5L (4500ccm) V8 engine or either XGTV8 7.3L(7250 ccm) V8 engine.

A 4 speed gearbox with a shifting time of 0.5 seconds and first gear ratio of 3.25 is connected to a rear wheel drive 2.85 differential.

Stiffer and lowered sport suspension with less ground clearance gives more downforce has been added and sport front and rear disk brakes have increased braking force.

A price of $29800 can be spent to buy a new Wanja SE. The increase of $13800 has been well spent and overall performance has certainly been improved.