As part of Rockstar?s campaign to give fans more gaming experience, the latest GTA V update on the Import/Export DLC came at a surprising pace. Just recently, the developer released the ?GTA Online? Biker DLC. Now, it looks like they are on the verge of trying their players? spending habits. Exotic cars come at a high price, but there are also those that even your millions can?t buy.
According to the latest GTA 5 update on Import/Export, while some vehicles can be purchased at a staggering price, there are few that can only be acquired by finishing the challenges on the ?GTA Online? game. If you see cars with two price tags, it doesn?t mean you can instantly choose the cheaper price.
The prices are there for a reason. The higher prices is when players want to directly buy the car and the cheaper price are for those who bothered to finish the challenge before buying it. To what extent are you going to spend your hard earned money on GTA 5? The following prices will give you an idea on the price of cars on the Import/Export GTA V update.
Warstock Cache & Carry
- Rocket Voltic: $2,880,000 ? $3,830,400
- Ruiner 2000: $4,320,000 ? $5,745,600
- Wastelander: $495,000 ? $658,350
- Armored Boxville: $2,200,000 ? $2,926,000
- Blazer Aqua: $1,320,000 ? $1,755,600
- Technical Aqua: $1,120,000 ? $1,489,600
- Phantom Wedge: $1,920,000 ? $2,553,600
- Ramp Buggy: $2,400,000 ? $3,192,000
- Pegassi Tempesta: $1,329,000
- Ocelot Penetrator: $880,000
Benny?s Original Motorworks
- Principe Diabolus: $169,000
- Annis Elegy RH8 (free) Upgrade to Classic Elegy: $904,000
All of these exotic cars will fit perfectly in a new garage that can house 60 cars. However, it?s going to cost you seven million. If you want to change your appearance and have your recently purchased car have a better fitting image, the GTA 5 Import/Export update will allow you to do that for the price of $100,000.