|Category||Vehicles > Ground|
|Capacity||300 Slots (10x30)|
|Top Speed||119 kph|
|Fuel Tank||N/A L|
|Locations||Towns and Cities|
The Sarka 120 or Sarka 120 is a vehicle in DayZ Standalone which was implemented in Update 1.05. It handles well on road like the Sedan, but since it has only 4 gears, it is slow, able to achieve an average speed of ~100kph on flat roads.
Unlike all other cars in-game, the Sarka’s engine is in the rear, as is the battery and spark plug. The radiator is still in the front. It’s inventory holds 300 slots, same as other vehicles.
It comes in 3 colors: Dark Red, Yellow and Gray-ish Green.
Setup & Maintenance
The following parts are necessary to get the Sarka 120 operational, as of v1.06:
NOTE: SINCE 1.02 WHEN YOU TAKE OFF THE RADIATOR FROM THE VEHICLE, WATER WILL BE REMOVED!
The following fluids are necessary for a healthy, long running car:
- About 1/4th of a Jerry can ,4 Canteens or 5-6 Plastic bottles of water.
- About 1-2 Gasoline cans will fill up the engine.
As of v1.0 Motor Oil is not required.
The following parts are optional, but recommended for the safety of the vehicle and its occupants:
- 1x Sarka 120 Front Left Door
- 1x Sarka 120 Front Right Door
- 1x Sarka 120 Rear Left Door
- 1x Sarka 120 Rear Right Door
- 1x Sarka 120 Hood
- 1x Sarka 120 Trunk Door
- 2x Headlight Bulb
The Sarka 120 perform very well on road, being able to take most turns at 80-100 km/h and is generally very well grounded (except when the server has very high ping). It can reach speeds up to 120 km/h.
Where to find it
Chernarus: The Sarka 120 on Chernarus is usually found around coastal areas, mostly in towns and cities unless moved by another player. Most parts are found in industrial areas or pre-attached to Abandoned Sarka 120.
Livonia: The Sarka 120 is a bit harder to find on Livonia because of the lack of large towns and cites. However it seems to spawn in high numbers around destroyed villages from the middle of the map.
- The Sarka 120 is modeled after real-life Czechoslovak Škoda 120/125/130 produced in various versions between 1983-1990.