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GTA Online: 15 Best Cars To Buy For Players Who Love To Customize

GTA Online is filled with vehicles for every type of player. From the highly weaponized to the extreme speed supercars, people have a lot to choose from. Even GTA Onlineplayers who like to customize their vehicles have a lot to choose from, and that isn't just from the Arena War or Benny's custom shop.

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Many normal vehicles are available that offer tons of customization options for players to choose from. Players who like to buy highly customizable cars will be thankful to know some of the best ones that are available in the game.

Updated August 10th, 2021, By Aden Carter: Rockstar recently released the newest update for GTA Online called the Tuners update. This update has brought in a ton of new vehicles that are extremely customizable. Not only are there new vehicles, but Rockstar also added new music, clothing, tattoos, and much more. There is even a new social space called the LS Car Meet for players to go hang out with friends, take refuge from griefers, and test out some of the new vehicles. One of the best parts of the new update is the newest money-making opportunity, the auto shop. Players can now purchase an auto shop to complete new heists and more importantly, customize their new vehicles.

15 Ubermacht Zion Classic

Coming in with a grand total of eighty-one customization options, the Zion Classic offers a lot for a player to choose from. Customize everything from one bumper to the other. This car is also relatively cheap and will only run a player around eight hundred thousand.

Considering some cars are well over a million dollars, the Zion classic offers a lot for only a little. Players who want to purchase this car can find it in the San Andreas Super Auto store. Take it to car shows and show off this beauty.

14 Weeny Dynasty

Turn the Weeny Dynasty into a dream car or turn it into a taxi. Paint it yellow, slap on a taxi sign, and take it to the streets. Unfortunately, players won't be picking people up in the car unless they use it for transport missions.

If taxi driving isn't what the player is looking for, then put one of the other crazy liveries on it. There are eighty-four customization options to choose from after purchasing the Dynasty and a ton of different looks that can be achieved. This car will also only cost the player a measly four hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

13 Benefactor Schlagen GT

With the Schlagen GT, players can take the abstract route and customize the vehicle to look as crazy as they are. They can also choose the standard route and bring out the vehicle's inner race car or equip it with a standard stripe and call it a day.

The Schlagen GT offers players a total of eighty-six customization options at the cost of a modest one million three hundred thousand dollars. It might be a bit more than others on the list, but it comes with more options to choose from and more horsepower for players who like fast cars.

12 Bravado Gauntlet Classic

Going to a great classic vehicle for both speed and customization, the Gauntlet Classic has eighty-seven customization options for players to choose from. Some of the best include the liveries. Players can paint their Gauntlet with the all-American style or go old school with a bomber look.

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Players can even go with the classic hot rod flame design if they want to spice up their look on the road. This car costs six hundred and fifteen thousand unless the player unlocks the trade price which will cost them four hundred and sixty-one thousand.

11 Annis Savestra

The Savestra can be turned into the race car of any player's dreams with some great liveries and tons of customization options. This car breaks into the nineties with the number of modifications it has. This car has a total of ninety-two mods that players can take advantage of.

These mods cover every aspect of the vehicle and can really take it to the next level. This is one of the cheaper options when it comes to great cars in the game and will only run the player a little shy of a million dollars. A great deal for the number of mods players get.

10 Pfister Comet Safari

The Comet Safari gets some great customizations that other vehicles on the list don't get. Players can change the hood to have tools on it, add extra lights to the roof, and even equip some mounted machine guns on the front. The liveries can help get this vehicle to the next level.

This is one of the few cars that players can get outside of warstock and the arena war websites that can be useful in battle. It also only costs a mere seven hundred thousand. Far cheaper than other armed vehicles.

9 Ubermacht Sentinel Classic

Players may recognize the Sentinel Classic as one of the cars they can use as a getaway vehicle during the Diamond Casino Heist. Outside of the heist, players can purchase this vehicle from San Andreas Super Auto for six hundred and fifty thousand.

The trade price will only cost a player four hundred and eighty-seven thousand. This cheap vehicle is filled with surprises like the one hundred customization options it offers. This still isn't the most mods a vehicle has access to but it is certainly close.

8 Vapid Dominator GTX

There is nothing wrong with choosing to go with a car that resembles a modern Ford Mustang. After all, many people love the design of this great vehicle. Little do people realize, however, that the Dominator GTX is filled with customization options to play around with.

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In total, the Dominator GTX has one hundred and sixteen mods for players to choose from. Unfortunately, players who like the use of liveries won't get any from this vehicle, but the other mods are well worth the seven hundred thousand dollar price take.

7 Weeny Issi Classic

Yeah, players can take the Issi Classic and turn it into a war machine to take into battle in the arena war game mode, but that is a waste. Without taking it to the arena, the Issi Classic has one hundred and eighteen customization options.

Players who choose the arena war versions of this car will surely miss out on some great designs like the wooden roof, great liveries, and cool features this car has to offer. All of it comes at a small cost as well of only three hundred and sixty thousand.

6 Karin 190Z

Another car that will run players a little less than a million dollars is the Karin 190Z. This great car gives players access to the most customization options in the game. For players who are interested, the total number of mods for this car is one hundred and sixty-seven.

This many options can really help players turn the 190Z into whatever they want it to be. A car like this is one that any player who loves customization should purchase. This car can be found on the legendary motorsport website.

5 Calico GTF

One of the highest-priced cars in the Tuners update is the Calico GTF. This car will run players almost $2,000,000 for the normal price or $1,500,000 for the trade price. That price will get players access to over a hundred customization options that they can use to trick this car out.

This car has impressive handling and acceleration, so much so that it is one of the best cars the Tuner update has to offer. Players can unlock the trade price by leveling up their reputation with the LS Car Meet.

4 ZR350

The ZR350 makes a return from GTA San Andreas. Back in the day, players considered this car the best that San Andreas had to offer. This new vehicle from the Tuner update will cost players $1,600,000 or $1,200,000 for the trade price.

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Like other vehicles on the list, the ZR350 comes packed with customization options for players to try out. It also offers great acceleration and speed while at the same time being pretty damage-resistant.

3 Euros

Who remembers the Fast & Furiousfilms? Well, the Annis Euros is GTA Online's version of the Drift King's Car from Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift. It even has a nice replica livery to boot.

This is one of the more modern vehicles from the Tuner update and will cost players $1,800,000 or $1,350,000 for the trade price. It may be pricey, but it is also one of the best drift cars from the update. The Euros also has great acceleration and above-average speed.

2 Jester RR

Another modern-looking vehicle from the Tuner update is the Jester RR. This magnificent vehicle will cost players just under $2,000,000 or $1,500,000 for the trade price. Most of the vehicles from the Tuners update have an older look, so the look of the Jester RR really helps set it apart.

This vehicle, like all the others, comes with a ton of customization options for players to enjoy. The Jester RR also boasts high stats that will help players out when traversing Los Santos.

1 Comet S2

While the Comet S2 doesn't offer as many customization options as other vehicles on the list, it still offers more than most cars in the game and has great stats to boot. It is rather expensive, just like the other modern cars from the Tuners update.

This vehicle will cost players $1,900,000 or $1,400,000 for the trade price. This car also has a special livery that is reminiscent of the livery on Johnny Silverhand's vehicle in Cyberpunk 2077.

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How to customize your car in real-time in the GTA 5 new DLC

The newest update to GTA 5, The Los Santos Tuners adds a new social space, the LS Car Meet to GTA 5 for players to socialise with one another over cars. It adds new tuner vehicles, races and missions to GTA 5. It also adds a mod shop within the space of the car meet where players can customize cars. This article shows the different steps to customize a vehicle in real time in the GTA 5 new DLC.

How to customize your car in real-time in the GTA 5 new DLC

Related: GTA 5 Los Santos Car Meet explained: All you need to know.

How to customize your car in real-time in the GTA 5 new DLC:

Step 1: Take your vehicle needed to be customized to the LS Car meet in Cypress Flats.

Step 2: When inside the car meet, press ‘E’ on the PC or the right Dpad on the consoles to enter the mod shop.

Step 3: When entered, the mod shop prompts a menu listing all the available customizations.

Step 4: On selecting a customization option, it can be seen that the car is customized in real-time and can be seen by other players.

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GTA 5 Wiki Guide

Aircraft, Bicycles, Police, Fire Department, Ambulance, Taxi, FIB and Military vehicles are not customizable.

Note that respraying your vehicle still works for evading cops of any star difficulty, but you have to have broken line of sight will all cops before entering Los Santos Customs.

WARNING: At the current time, vehicle saving and garages are an unreliable service, and it is recommended that you wait until Rockstar Games address these issues before spending large sums of money on customizing vehicles.

How to Create Custom License Plates

You can create a "vanity plate" or a customizable license plate in the IFruit app. These plates are limited -- you can create a unique plate that nobody else has -- so you'll want to create a plate as soon as possible to reserve one.


Before you can modify your vehicle, you must repair it if any damage has been sustained. The price varies on the extent of the damage and the vehicle type. Once you do a full body repair and engine service, vehicle modification can begin. You are unable to make any modification whatsoever to your vehicle until it is repaired.

The window you break while stealing a vehicle counts as "damage", and must be repaired before customization is available.


Once unlocked, there are five armor options available from 20% to a full 100% armor upgrade. This makes your vehicle extremely durable. However, a 100% armor increase does not make your vehicle invulnerable, it only doubles its durability, by adding 100% of the original durability. Keep in mind that this does not bulletproof your windows. Make sure to bulletproof your tires to get the full effect. Armor upgrade prices range from $500 to $25,000 depending on vehicle type. Armor does not increase any base vehicle stats or change the aesthetics of your vehicle.

Options Price Online Price Effect
None Default Default
20% $500 - 1,625 $4,500 Increases the vehicles defense by 20%
40% $1,250 - 4,068 $7,500 Increases the vehicles defense by 40%
60% $2,000 - 6,500 $12,000 Increases the vehicles defense by 60%
80% $3,500 - 11,375 $21,000 Increases the vehicles defense by 80%
100% $5,000 - 25,000 $30,000 Doubles the vehicles defense.


If you're going to tune your vehicle and increase speed and acceleration, some quality brakes are needed to stop the rocket. Notice that the effect of new brakes does not dramatically increase the braking base stat, but it does add a little extra stopping power. The brakes available are Stock, Street, Sport, and Race Brakes. The prices range from $1,000 to $17,500 depending on the vehicle type.

Options Price Online Price
Stock Brakes
Default Default
Street Brakes
$2,000 - 6,500 $4,000
Sport Brakes
$2,700 - 8,775 $5,400
Race Brakes
$3,500 - 11,375 $7,000
Increases Braking


Options Prices Effect
Stock Front Bumper Default
Dechromed Front Bumper $500
Exposed Intercooler $1250
Custom Front Splitter $500 - 1250
Chrome Bullbar $1250
Carbon Splitter & Canards $1650
Splitter With Canards $1650
Bullbar & Winch $1650
Bullbar & Lights $1950
Bullbar With Winch & Lights $2350
Matte Black Bullbar
Bullbar With Winch & Lights 2 $2550
Rally Bumper
Retro Racer Bumper
Stock Rear Bumper Default
Dechromed Rear Bumper $500
Bumper Mounted Spare Wheel $750
Dechromed Bumper & Spare $1,000
Chrome Rear Guard $1250
Carbon Rear Bumper $1,250
Matte Black Rear Guard $1650
Carbon Diffuser & Tow Hook $1,650 - 1,950
Painted Diffuser & Tow Hook $1,650
Carbon Rear Diffuser $1,250
Custom Rear Bumper $500
Drift Bumper
Drift Bumper & Charm
Offroad Bumber



Engine upgrades increase your base horsepower, which increases the acceleration stat. By altering the Engine Monitoring System (EMS), you can get more power out of your vehicle. Thre are four levels of upgrades that range from $900 to $2350 depending on the vehicle. These upgrades slightly increase the acceleration stat. At level four, expect around a 15% increase in acceleration.

Options Prices Online Price
EMS Upgrade, Level 1 $900 - 2,925 $1,800
EMS Upgrade, Level 2 $1,250 - 4,062 $2,500
EMS Upgrade, Level 3 $1,800 - 5,850 $3,600
EMS Upgrade, Level 4 $3,350 - 10,887 $6,700
Increases Acceleration


Options Prices Effect
Stock Exhaust Default
Dual Exit Exhaust $375
Titanium Tuner Exhaust $375 - 899
Dual Titanium Exhaust $375 - 899
Race Exhaust $899
Shakotan Exhaust $1499
Big Bore Exhaust $1499
Chrome Tip Exhaust $375


Options Price Online Price
Ignition Bomb $ $5,000
Remote Bomb $ $7,500


Options Prices Effect
Stock Fender Default
Stock Left Fender
Curb Fender $450
Snorkel Intake $450


Options Prices Effect
Stock Grille Default
Black Grille $375 - 670
Chrome Grille $375 - 825
Mesh Grille $375
Exposed Intercooler $375
Remove Grille $670 Removes Grille from vehicle
Custom Chrome Grille $670
Billet Grille $825
Lead Sled Grille $1500


Options Prices Effect
Stock Hood Default
Cowl Induction Hood $325
Triple Intake Bug Catcher $750
Carbon Hood $850
Offroad Hood $850
Single Intake Bug Catcher $875
Vented Hood $325 - 1,200
Offroad Hood with Spare $1,200
Vented Carbon Hood $1,450


Options Price Online Price
Stock Horn Default Default
Truck Horn $60 $2,000
Cop Horn $75 $3,000
Clown Horn $155 $5,000
Musical Horn 1 $255 $10,000
Musical Horn 2 $300 $12,500
Musical Horn 3 $325 $15,000
Musical Horn 4 $375 $17,500
Musical Horn 5 $500 $25,000
Changes the sound of your horn


Options Price Online Price
Stock Lights Default Default
Xenon Lights $300 - 1,000 $3,000
Changes light brightness

Loss/Theft Protection

Options Price Online Price Effect
Tracker $ $2,000 (First time is free) GPS Track your car
Full Coverage $ $6,250 (First time is free) Insures your vehicle if destroyed


Options Prices Online Prices
Blue on White 1 $50 $200
Blue on White 2 $50 $200
Blue on White 3 $50 $200
Yellow on Blue $75 $300
Yellow on Black $150 $600
Private Plate $200
Changes the color and style of your license plate


Roll Cage

Options Prices Effect
No Roll Cage Default Removes Roll Cage
Roll Cage and Chassis Upgrade $550


Options Prices Effect
Stock Roof Default
Roof Spoiler
Roof Rack $350
Carbon Roof $350
Roof Rack with Spotlights $575
Matte Black Roof Rack $800
Matte Black Rack/Spotlights $975

Side Step

Options Prices Effect
Stock Side Step Default
Side Step $1,500
Matte Black Side Step $2,000


Options Prices Effect
Stock Skirts Default
Custom Skirts 1 $415 - 1500
Custom Skirts 2 $2500


Options Prices Effect
Lip Spoiler $750
Low Level Spoiler $750
Mid Level Spoiler $950
Ducktail Spoiler
High Level Spoiler $950 - 1300
GT Wing $1300
Drift Wing
Tuner Wing $1750
Carbon Wings $1750


Suspension does not affect any of the base vehicle stats, but it does change the handling of your vehicle by giving it a lower center of gravity, improving its cornering ability. There are four suspension options available from $500 to $2200. These are the options from lowest to highest: Lowered, Street, Sport, and Competition Suspension. The more expensive the Suspension, the lower your vehicle sits relative to the ground.

Options Prices Online Prices
Stock Suspension Default Default
Lowered Suspension $500 $1,000
Street Suspension $1,000 $2,000
Sport Suspension $1,700 $3,400
Competition Suspension $2200 $4,400
Lowers height of the vehicle


Options Prices Effect
Stock Tailgate Default
Spare Wheel $750


Options Price Online Price
Stock Transmission Default Default
Street Transmission $2,950 - 9,587 $5,900
Sports Transmission $3,250 - 10,562 $6,500
Race Transmission $4,000 - 13,000 $8,000
Increase acceleration


Adding Turbo Tuning to your vehicle changes both Top Speed and Acceleration. Costs $2000 and upwards depending on the model of car.

Options Price Online Price
None Default Default
Turbo Tuning $2,500 - 8,125 $30,000
Greatly Increases Acceleration



Options Prices Online
None Default Default
Light Smoke $200 $1,500
Dark Smoke $450 $3,500
Limo $700 $5,000
Darkens the tint of your windows

Aesthetic Upgrades

Aesthetic Upgrades include any Color, Hood, Front and Back Bumper, Roof, Spoiler, Tire Smoke, Tire Color, Tire, Rim, Exhaust, Window and Side upgrades. Saddle Bag, Fuel Tank and Frame customizations are also available for motorcycles

These upgrades mean nothing towards your vehicle's performance whilst driving, and instead are there to change the way your vehicle looks into something that you like.

  • Note - The exception to this is Bulletproof Tires.

How to get free parts

There is a Los Santos customs on Route 68 just below the Grand Senora Desert. You have to purchase this with Franklin. You will get an income of $1,600 but all upgrades will be free from that location only for Franklin.

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Grand Theft Auto Online

Grand Theft Auto Online

Taking the fundamental concepts of open-world freedom, ambient activity and mission-based gameplay of the Grand Theft Auto series and making them available to multiple players in an incredibly dynamic online world, GTA Online offers the freedom to explore alone or work cooperatively with friends to complete missions.

How to Modify Cars in GTA V

Select the categories of modifications you want to make, then click on the modifications to purchase them.The categories include “Transmission,” “Turbo,” and “Brakes.” Some of these categories are further divided into subcategories. For instance, when respraying a vehicle, possible subcategories include “Primary Color,” “Secondary Color,” “Metallic,” “Matte,” “Pearlescent,” etc. Scroll over the various options until you find what you most prefer, then select it.[2]
  • For improved gameplay, you can purchase turbocharging (for faster speed and acceleration), armor and bulletproof tires.
  • Performance enhancing upgrades will show their effectiveness on the ratings bars underneath the list of customization bars. The ratings bars are labeled “Top Speed,” “Acceleration,” “Braking,” and “Traction.”
  • Visual upgrades will be reflected in the car model, but won’t be applied permanently until you actually buy them.
  • Upgrading a car to its peak performance should be expected to cost at least $200,000, depending on the player’s aesthetic preferences. New vehicles and some modifications like new chrome rims are available during in-game flash sales for a reduced price.
  • Bear in mind that all sales are final, and you can’t resell your vehicle.

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Why Grand Theft Auto's Car Customization Is Basically Pointless

Given how often players lose their cars, either through destruction or abandonment, customizing vehicles in GTA is a waste of money and time.

Although car customization in Grand Theft Autoseems like one of the franchise’s coolest features, it's ultimately pointless given how quickly players go through vehicles. With only a few opportunities to retrieve modified cars once they’re lost or destroyed, Grand Theft Auto's car customization makes for an inefficient investment of both a player's time and their money.

It’s not uncommon for GTA players to discover their cars disappearing from their garages and safehouses. This isn’t just a glitch, but rather the result of a poor design choice. Grand Theft Auto gives players little opportunity to retrieve modified vehicles which disappear in this way, despite the small fortune many players spend on customizing their rides. When players save their cars, they expect that the cars will do just that – stay saved. So, it’s a rude wake-up call to find their cars gone with seemingly no reason.

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Grand Theft Auto 5’s single-player and online modes both provide some opportunity to retrieve lost or destroyed cars, but there’s never a guarantee that a customized car will stay intact for long. Therefore, it doesn’t make sense to spend hard-earned GTA money on modifying a vehicle that players will only crash and destroy sooner rather than later. This renders the game’s car customizations basically pointless, or at least, inefficient and frustrating.

Is It Possible To Retrieve Destroyed Cars In GTA?

There are some instances in which players can retrieve a saved car in Grand Theft Auto 5. It’s a lot easier to do in GTA Online than the single-player mode, though. In single-player, if the player fails to return their car to their garage or safe house before they start a mission requiring a different vehicle, destroy the car, die, or simply exit the game, the car may not appear in their garage the next time they reload. However, if the player abandoned or lost their modified car, they can retrieve it at the Impound Lot, indicated by a white car on the map, and it will cost them $250 in-game. This option is not available for cars that were destroyed. Any vehicles that were totally obliterated cannot be retrieved in single-story, meaning all the money spent on customizing the ride is down the drain, too. Alternatively, to avoid losing a custom car, players can duplicate their saved file and then reload the duplicated saved file if they lose their vehicle while playing in the main file.

The process to retrieve a saved car is a bit different in GTA: Online. Players should always buy a tracker and insurance for their vehicles in GTA Online, so that if their custom car becomes destroyed they can simply pay the insurance money to retrieve it. If another player destroys it, then they pay the insurance fee. If players lose their car in Grand Theft Auto Online, they can locate it through the map or call a mechanic, but if a player is caught by the police while driving their customized car, they must then go to the impound lot and either steal it back or pay a fee to get it back.

Although some cars can be retrieved in Grand Theft Auto 5, the fact that players go through cars so quickly (or have to jump through so many hoops to get their cars back) leaves the car customization feature feeling pointless and inefficient.

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Although there are lots of heists and missions in GTA Online, a very important part of the game is what car you drive, how it looks and how fast it goes. Basically, can metal on four wheels race really fast! Some cars are better for customization than others though, so here are some of the best options for customization in GTA Online.

The cars on this list can range and vary quite wildly, so some might be more affordable than others if you are a relatively new player.

Elegy Retro Custom

The Elegy Retro Custom is well-known in the community and is actually one of the favorites amongst GTA Online veterans. Its likeness to the real-life Nissan Skyline is uncanny, which makes it an obvious choice for those which like racing and want to replicate cars that you can find IRL in-game.

The top speed of the Elegy Retro is nothing to be dismissed, which is why it makes it onto this list. But it is also very aesthetically pleasing as well, which helps alongside the quick 0 to 60 time! On top of the speed it has a variety of modification options, so you can make it look the way you want it.

If you want to begin customizing the Elegy, you will have to pay the base price of $904,000. Features added to the car after that will run it past the 1 million mark.

Vapid Dominator GTX

Keeping in trend with in-game cars which look like ones you can find on the road out there in the real world, the Vapid Dominator GTX is a beautiful car that takes after the modern Ford Mustang. Much like its real-life counterpart, the GTX also packs a decently powerful engine which is another great thing about having it in the game!

This car actually has 116 modifications available for you to choose from. So, there is some massive scope for customizing the Dominator.

If you want to start doing up this bad boy, the base price will run you $725,000. This means that it is slightly more affordable than some of the cars on this list, but still higher end.

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Benefactor Schlagen GT

With this one there are definitely some crazy customization options, meaning you can pretty much tailor this car to fit you exactly. Taking inspiration from the Mercedes AMG GT it has the engine inside to match - which definitely makes it worth getting. There is a standard route that helps to bring out the car's inner racing talents which will be useful for players that race often.

The Schlagen GT has a total of 86 customization options which is why it is so easy to manipulate it to your own style! The base price for this one is $1,300,000; so customizations after that will run you from one and a half million, ranging up to the two million spot.

Karin 190Z

The Karin 190Z is a bit of a throwback vehicle that looks like a bond car. It also looks a bit more like what used to roll around the streets of Vice City back in the day!

The car has 167 modification options, which means there is still a lot that can be played with in regards to customizing this retro looking beauty. It is a bit on the pricier side and comes in at a cost of $900,000 for the base model. So, customizations will most likely take you above the one million spot.

Pfister Comet Safari

The modification options on the Comet are quite superior and definitely allow you to pick exactly how you want this roadster to look. Need a mini armoury on the front in terms of machine guns? You got it. You can even fully customize the hood and add extra lights as well so you're your own landing strip, or Las Vegas; either one.

This one is still packing a good engine, but can also be battle hardened more than the other cars on this list; meaning that it will be much better suited for battle missions should that be your thing.

The base model will cost you a cool $710,000, so not one of the absolute most expensive cars on here but not the cheapest either.

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Specter Custom

The Dewbauchee Specter Custom is a beautiful car which will have heads turning, and not just because you've run somebody over on the streets of Los Santos... Once again packing a decent engine and some sleek, aerodynamic designs the Custom is definitely worth considering, and is much cheaper than most other cars on the list!

The car has multiple customization options to take advantage of, so you can create a sophisticated looking sports motor, or a racy, striped up speedster. Just don't get into too much debauchery in the Dewbauchee! Actually do, it's GTA, where else are you going to do it?

The cost for the base car is $252,000. If you are on a bit more of a budget, it means that this particular vehicle can definitely be suped up for under a million!

Banshee 900R

The Banshee 900R is one of the most powerful cars in the game, but it also holds a special place in our hearts as it has been in the GTA universe for many years, even going as far back as Grand Theft Auto III!

In some ways it hasn't changed too much from the very first time it was introduced into the series, and yet it still looks fantastic and is one of the best cars that you can buy. Once again, you can keep the Banshee as a stock looking vehicle which harks back to previous games, or you can heavily customize it and make it your own dream car.

The base Custom Banshee will run you $565,000. Once again placing as one of the slightly cheaper cars on the list, it can be customized sub $1,000,000!

These cars should set you up for your adventures online, whether that be racing, battling or just showing off your whip.On the hunt for some more GTA help? Check out the best GTA 5 roleplaying servers.

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