For those looking to buy cheap, highly customizable vehicles in GTA Online, we’ve put all the best in one place for you.
Not everyone will know what these cars look like, where to find them, and – which is clearly most important as far as this article goes – how many changes you can actually make to them once they are fully insured in the name of. your character. (Definitely make them by the way, because it’s a nightmare to customize something you find only to explode it into a thousand pieces).
If you’re one of those people who is looking for something that can be turned into something very bespoke, but don’t want to shell out hundreds of thousands on a wheel set from Legendary Motorsport, you’ve come to the right place.
Some of GTA Online’s most customizable cars can be seen driving past you on the road.
We can all spend hours designing our rides themselves, but first and foremost you will need to get a car. As brutal as it sounds, with a lot of these cars you can just get someone out of them when you spot them in GTA Online, take it to Los Santos customs, get insurance coverage, and claim it like yours.
Still, no one wants to waste time doing all of this, only to be kicked out at the gates of the mod store with a “too hot to edit” notification. Not all cars can be insured on the streets and not all are super customizable, so let’s look at the best available on the streets and the cheapest utility cars to buy.
Value: $ 15,000
This muscle car might just be one of the most popular models in the Declasse lineup, and unlike many others that can be found in GTA Online, it has a whole bunch of unique things that can be tweaked. For example, not all cars allow players to access features like a chin spoiler, as well as the ability to pop the engine out of the hood, like a triple-intake bug catcher.
The Saber Turbo is one of the few vehicles that can also be modified not only at Los Santos Customs but also at Benny’s Original Motor Works.
Where to find Benny’s Original Motor Works in GTA Online:
While Benny’s stuff may be more expensive to buy, with a fee of $ 375,000 to access high-end specs, it goes without saying that having a car accepted at this particular mod store is a huge deal. bonus for those who like to modify their cars.
You can ride with a muscle car, but you could be driving with something very, very different – both inside and out.
Value: $ 12,000
Many fans of the GTA franchise will be very familiar with the Sultan RS from previous titles, and with the right merchandise purchased from Los Santos Customs, this Sultan could be a blast from the past.
There are a number of different stickers, sprays, and customizable parts that can be attached to this vehicle – which is truly a hybrid between the original Lexus IS and the Subaru Impreza. For a car that you can pick up right on the road, a few improvements down the line and it’ll be faster than most cars you can find using the in-game mobile store.
Value: $ 37,500
If you’re looking for something a little different than what your friends are browsing, there’s no doubt that bringing the Rat Truck to the mod store opens up a whole new world of opportunity. You can strip this thing down to its frame and not much else – if you choose.
Unlike the other cars on this list, however, the Rat-Truck – which can be turned into a Rat Rod with the right specs – cannot be insured by simply driving it through the streets. Instead, it’ll only cost you $ 37,500 from Southern San Andreas Super Autos.
If you are not looking to spend that much, maybe the car leveling game is not for you.
Value: $ 9,000
The Futo may look like something from the early 2000s as it walks past you on the streets of Los Santos, but don’t judge a book by its cover.
For some reason, this vehicle has a whole bunch of insane spoilers, colorful wraps, and other bespoke features that allow you to really make it into something other players may not have seen in GTA before. Online. The best part about it, too, is that you can pick it up right off the street and claim it as your own.
Value: $ 95,000
People always say things in life are better when it’s free, and look no further than the Elegy RH8 to prove it is. This vehicle is actually a free purchase for all GTA Online players and can be ordered as soon as you complete the online tutorial.
To get one for free, simply link your Rockstar Social Club account to your gamertag, and off you go.
With an incredible selection of customizable parts and unique sticker designs, this car can be transformed into a modern day drag racer or something more sporty with just a few modifications to its design.
Value: $ 60,000
This car can be picked up by GTA Online players in two ways, first with the traditional Grand Theft Auto method of picking one up on the streets, or second, by purchasing it at Southern San Andreas Super Autos for $ 60,000. – not too expensive.
You don’t have to be a genius to see that it is inspired by the BMW M5 and with a plethora of modifications made available by Los Santos Customs for this vehicle, you could turn it into a real racer in in no time. It also has excellent handling which is a nice bonus to have.
Value: $ 120,000
Finally, to complete our list, there is one that cannot be picked up from the street, but it’s still a really reasonable price!
The Vulcan Warrener is a four-door sedan and it’s fair to say flashy isn’t its middle name. In fact, it looks more like a Saab 99 from the 60s and 70s, or even the original Toyota Corolla KE70. However, don’t be put off by first impressions as this is one of the funniest wheel sets to customize in the entire game!
Costing just $ 120,000 in-game, which is a drop in the ocean for those who have racked up the $ 1 million rewards lately, it can be purchased from Southern San Andreas Super Autos. If you want to be a star in a reasonably priced car, this one might be the choice for you!
So we have it. This selection of cars can mainly be found by taking them from civilians and claiming them as your own in a mod store, otherwise they are very cheap to buy anyway. If you find anything worthy of our list, tweet us @GTA_INTEL and we’ll take a look!