GTA Online: Import/Export Vehicles Are Expensive As Hell
With the GTA Online: Import/Export expansion release, Rockstar has added new ways for players to make money like car theft, new adversary mode and special Securoserve’s missions.
If you’re tight on GTA cash, it is best to check out Pyrerealm gaming’s and MrBossFTW video below before going on a spending spree and splurge on the heavily priced vehicles, warehouses and the executive’s 60-cars garages.
Credits: Pyrerealm gaming
The Import/Export update brings eight exciting special vehicles, two new Super-class cars which is the Pegassi Tempesta and Ocelot Penetrator and Benny’s Principe Diablous custom and Annis Elegy Retro custom upgrades.
Pegassi Tempesta – $1,329,000
Ocelot Penetrator – $880,000
Principe Diabolus $169,000
Annis Elegy RH8 upgrade to Classic Elegy = $904,000
Warstock Cache and Carry
Rocket Voltic – $2,880,000 to $3,830,400
Ruiner 2000 – $4,320,000 – $5,745,600
Wastelander – $495,000 to $658,350
Armored Boxville – $2,200,000 to $2,926,000
Blazer Aqua – $1,320,000 – $1,755,600
Technical Aqua – $1,120,000 to $1,489,600
Phantom Wedge – $1,920,000 to $2,553,600
Ramp Buggy – $2,400,000 to $3,192,000
Appearance Change – $100,000
Redditers have compiled and posted a complete breakdown on the steal missions requirements, office garages, export missions and lots more.
Don’t make the same mistake that I did by purchasing the Armored Boxville without knowing the modified truck couldn’t even withstand a single grenade blast compared to the armored Brickade or the Insurgent.
The Knight Rider car or Imponte Ruiner 2000 is one of the best vehicle to buy for a total vehicular mayhem in my opinion. With it, you could fire heat-seeking missiles, execute boost-jumps and even land the entire car with a parachute.
Hydras will remain as the griefer’s favorite vehicle and there’s nothing KITT (Knight Rider car) could do against them sadly. If crazy fun is what you’re looking for, then go for the Rocket Voltic and Ramp Buggy.
Stick to selling crates with your small to 111-slot large warehouse if you’re playing solo because that activity pays much better than the MC business and Import/Export car theft business.
To maximize your profitability without bodyguards, play headhunter mission, and selling Sentinel XS in between after retrieving and delivering crates to your warehouse.
Import/Export business is quite lucrative, if only you have friends who is willing to compromise their time in helping you out by providing protection against hostile npcs and offloading multiple vehicles to specialist clientele for you. Bodyguards in SecuroServ don’t get paid much even with this new DLC.
GTA Online: Import/Export Trailer
Expand your criminal empire with a new frontier of illicit profiteering to explore: dominating the city’s trade in stolen luxury vehicles with GTA Online: Import/Export, the latest enterprising extension of the CEO gameplay introduced with Further Adventures in Finance and Felony.
In Import/Export, CEOs will get their hands dirty alongside their Organization, stealing and dealing in “liberated” luxury vehicles with Vehicle Cargo while Executive Offices get a facelift with the newest Executive Garage housing up to 60 vehicles. And tap into rare, highly unusual, and federally prohibited Special Vehicles that are capable of streamlining your corporate misdeeds in explosive new ways.