The Maibatsu Mule Custom is an armored weaponized Commercial vehicle featured in GTA Online on PS4, Xbox One, PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X|S, added to the game as part of the 1.44 After Hours update on July 24, 2018.
The Mule Custom is a variant of the standard Mule base model.
How to get the Mule Custom in GTA Online:
The Mule Custom can be purchased in GTA Online from Warstock Cache & Carry for a price of $95,760.
The Mule Custom can be stored in the Nightclub Warehouse. It can only be customized at the dedicated Vehicle Workshop in the Nightclub Warehouse.
Once acquired, you can request the delivery of the Mule Custom from the Interaction Menu - Special Vehicles.
How to unlock the Mule Custom Trade Price?
A trade price of $72,000 (Discounted)* can be unlocked for the Mule Custom.
Maibatsu Mule Custom in Real Life:
The design of the Maibatsu Mule Custom is based on a real life 1990 Mitsubishi Fuso FM series.
Maibatsu Mule Custom Top Speed:
The actual top speed of the Mule Custom in GTA V is 76.25 mph (122.71 km/h) when it's fully upgraded, as it's been accurately tested in-game by Broughy1322.
The Mule Custom is an armored vehicle, and with full Armor it requires 7 Homing Missiles to be destroyed.
Can you sell the Mule Custom in GTA Online?
No, you cannot sell the Mule Custom. Unfortunately in GTA Online it's not possible to sell Special Vehicles, Pegasus, or Facility Vehicles.
Mule Custom: GTA V Vehicle Info
- Vehicle Class Commercial
- Manufacturer Maibatsu
- Vehicle Features Armored VehicleBulletproof - FrontBulletproof - SideBulletproof - RearHas LiveriesHas Trade PriceNo Passive ModePassengers can hang on sidePeds can stand on topProximity MinesSpecial VehicleUnique Radar IconWeaponized Vehicle
- Acquisition Warstock Cache & Carry
- How To Unlock Complete the Nightclub Set-Up missions
- Base Model
- GTA Online Price $95,760
- Trade Price $72,000 (Discounted)*
- Storage Location Nightclub Warehouse
- Delivery Method
- Modifications Point of Storage
- Sell Cannot be sold
- Race Availability Transform Races Only
- Top Speed - Game Files 62.14 mph (100.00 km/h)
- Based on (Real Life) 1990 Mitsubishi Fuso FM series
- Seats 4
- Mass / Weight 6,000 KG
- Drive Train RWD
- Gears 5
Mule Custom: GTA V Performance
- Top Speed - Real 76.25 mph (122.71 km/h)
- Lap Time 1:39.803
- Bulletproof Bullet resistant windows. Only resistant to explosive during Nightclub Sell Missions.
- Explosive Resistance
Amount of explosives required to destroy the Mule Custom, with 100% armor, and occupied by a player:
Explosive Weapon Amount Homing Launcher / Oppressor Missiles / Jet Missiles 7 RPG / Grenades / Sticky Bomb / MOC Cannon 7 Explosive Rounds (Heavy Sniper Mk II) 16 Tank Cannon (Rhino / APC) 3 Anti-Aircraft Trailer Dual 20mm Flak 1
Mule Custom: GTA V Statistics
- Overall 33.74
Note: The above statistics are coming from the Rockstar official website.
Mule Custom Description:
Abandon your prejudices. This is not a delivery truck. It's a blank canvas. Somewhere you can create a thundering juggernaut of modern urban warfare, spitting missiles, machine gun fire, proximity mines and grenades at every turn, covered in near-impregnable armor, the terrifying spearhead of your new business empire. Cup holders not included.
Please note: this vehicle can be stored and modified exclusively in your nightclub warehouse.
Mule Custom: GTA V Appearances
- Release Date July 24, 2018
- DLC / Title Update 1.44 After Hours
- Game Edition GTA Online
- Platforms PCPlayStation 5Xbox Series X|SPlayStation 4Xbox One
- Similar Vehicles
- Model ID mule4
- Notes *The discounted SecuroServ Trade Price for the Mule Custom is unlocked after the player has completed 5 Sell Goods missions from their Nightclub as a VIP, CEO or MC President. Requires a Nightclub Property.
- Mule Custom: Vehicle Customization
Total Cost to Fully Upgrade in GTA Online $971,950
Modification GTA Online Price Armor Plating No Armor Plating $1,000 Light Armor Plating $55,000 Reinforced Riot Armor $87,500 Heavy Armor Plating $150,000 Brakes Stock Brakes $1,000 Street Brakes $20,000 Sport Brakes $27,000 Race Brakes $35,000 Engine EMS Upgrade, Level 1 $9,000 EMS Upgrade, Level 2 $12,500 EMS Upgrade, Level 3 $18,000 EMS Upgrade, Level 4 $33,500 Horns See the full list of the available Horns options » Lights Stock Lights $600 Xenon Lights $7,500 Livery None $11,400 Basic Camo $18,240 Zancudo Camo $19,380 Sprayed Camo $20,520 3 Color Outline $21,660 90s Sandbox $22,800 Modern 5 Color $23,370 Arid Theater $23,939 Winter Camo $24,510 Urban Warrior $25,080 Nature Reserve $25,650 Naval Battle $26,220 Urban Geometric $26,789 Coyote Geometric $27,360 Large Geometric $27,930 Naval Geometric $28,500 Desert Fractal $29,070 Urban Fractal $29,639 Large Digital $30,210 Medium Digital $30,780 Small Digital $31,350 Pink & Green Camo Reward Yellow & Blue Camo ? Orange Shade Camo ? Blue & Green Camo ? Hunting Camo ? Blue Tartan ? Santo Capra Coins ? Sessanta Nove Monogram ? Sessanta Nove Multi-color Reward Dolla Dolla ? Plates Blue on White 1 $200 Blue on White 2 $200 Blue on White 3 $200 Yellow on Blue $300 Yellow on Black $600 Respray See the full list of the available Respray options » Transmission Stock Transmission $1,000 Street Transmission $29,500 Sports Transmission $32,500 Race Transmission $40,000 Turbo None $5,000 Turbo Tuning $50,000 Weapons > Proximity Mine No Proximity Mine $700 Proximity Mine $99,000 Weapons > Secondary Weapons No Secondary Weapon $1,000 Remote Grenade Launcher $285,000 Weapons > Primary Weapons No Weapon $1,000 Machine Gun $115,000 Missiles $205,000 Wheels > Wheel Type See the full list of the available Wheel Types options » Wheels > Wheel Color See the full list of the available Wheel Colors options » Wheels > Tire Design Stock Tires $200 Custom Tires $5,000 Wheels > Tire Enhancements Standard Tires $200 Bulletproof Tires $25,000 (Rank 20) Low Grip Tires $500 (at LS Car Meet) Wheels > Tire Smoke See the full list of the available Tire Smoke options » Windows None $500 Light Smoke $1,500 Dark Smoke $3,500 Limo $5,000
Mule Custom: GTA V Screenshots