Rockstar Games, I love you. While my time recently has been spent away from Los Santos, you always send postcards of new content and updates that make me want to come back to visit. Your latest update about the Import/Export content has me foaming at the mouth. Please never stop updating GTA Online. Yours truly, Jornny.
Today sees the Import/Export content update hit San Andreas in GTA Online, bringing new missions, 25 new cars, and more ways to earn a living in the criminal underbelly. However, being GTA Online, the pricing on these new cars can be a bit…overwhelming. Sure, there are Sharkcards you can buy to give your bank account a bit of a boost, but if you play the game for fun, you can amass a nice savings account in time.
A listing of the new cars and their prices have gone up, thanks to VG247, and you can see them below.
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
The GTA Online Import/Export DLC allows you to buy new office garages, allowing you to store up to 60 (yes, SIXTY) cars, which you can keep for yourself or trade off for a bit of a profit. The garages will cost you a good sum of money, and there are a few options available. You can also decorate your garage with a choice of three different styles.
I’m still awaiting the official Rockstar press release and trailer, but we’ll have that up as soon as possible. Expect missions similar to the likes of CEO and the Biker Gang missions, just with more of an automotive twist. Just what I wanted!