II Type 89 I-Go/Chi-Ro
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Type 89 I-Go/Chi-Ro Japan

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Developed in 1929. The first Japanese tank with a diesel engine, which served as the main tank in the early 1930s. By the beginning of World War II, the design of the vehicle was already obsolete; however, it was widely used until the end of the war. Vehicles of this type last saw action in 1944 in the Philippines.

Nation Japan Japan
Tier Tier II
Type Medium Tank Medium Tank
Cost Credits 3,400 Experience 270

Crew

Crew Member Commander

Commander

Loader

Crew Member Gunner
Crew Member Driver
Crew Member Radio Operator

Characteristics

Characteristics

FirepowerFirepower

/ / / / HP Damage
/ / / / mm Armor Penetration
rounds/min Rate of Fire
(HP/min) Damage per Minute
s Aiming Time
m Dispersion at 100 m
pcs Ammo Capacity

MobilityMobility

/ / t Weight/Load Limit
hp Engine Power
hp/t Specific Power
km/h Top Speed
deg/s Traverse Speed
deg/s Turret Traverse Speed

SurvivabilitySurvivability

HP Hit Points
/ / mm Hull Armor
/ / / / mm Turret Armor

SpottingSpotting

m View Range
m Signal Range

Characteristics are specified for a vehicle with crew members trained to 100%.

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