|The Far Cry 3 Vehicles|
|Air||Glider · Helicopter · Parachute · Wingsuit|
|ATVs||Buggy · Quad Bike|
|Cars||Darrah · Stryus|
|SUVs||Scavenger · Technical|
|Trucks||APC · Cargo Truck|
|Water||Jet Ski · Patrol Boat · RHIB|
- "The Darrah's main competition was the South African Stryus during Rook Island’s heyday. Both were nearly identical performance-wise except the Stryus was cheaper. Why? Because it was manufactured by laborers unfairly discriminated against by apartheid. Not quite time for Africa. Annnd, Africa's still waiting. Any day now, right?"
- — Survival Guide
The Darrah is not a high performance vehicle in Far Cry 3. However, they can be found almost everywhere on both islands due to popularity with the locals. Despite this, the Darrah has average armour and handling so it is best to avoid conflict or falling off steep hills, since the Darrah can be easily wrecked if not driven properly.
- A Darrah can be found just outside Amanaki Village.
It has mostly the same stats as the Stryus, but the Stryus was more popular since it was incredibly cheap, due to being manufactured by African Slaves.
- Enemy and Allied AI alike will use the Darrah in order to intercept a conflict so its important that Jason Brody does not leave this behind as they will make an attempt to pursue Jason.
- The Darrah can withstand 2-3 full clips from the Ak47 and PS416. However it doesn't have enough armor to survive direct confrontation against a heavy Gunner nor Explosives.
- In the Map editor it's called "Jap Sedan" this is because it is loosely based on the 1972 Datsun 510.
- Darrah is a misspelling of "Darah". It means blood in Indonesian/Malay
- Sometimes, a sticker with japanese words written on it can be seen glued to the glovebox of some Darrahs.