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How to buy cars in GTA Online and stock up your garage

How to buy cars in GTA Online
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If you're looking for information on how to buy cars in GTA Online, then you're no doubt trying to add more vehicles to your collection so you have a decent pool of rides to select from. You're going to be spending a large amount of time behind the wheel as you navigate around the huge setting of Los Santos and Blaine County, so you'll need a vehicle that gets you to your destinations fast and efficiently. Of course, speed isn't the only consideration in GTA Online, and there will be circumstances where you want a ride with increased armor protection or even mounted weapons, which means carjacking the nearest vehicle is unlikely to fulfil your requirements.

Also, there's a greater choice available if you invest in your own car, meaning you can claim high-end rides and other rare vehicles that you aren't going to spot just driving around the streets as standard. Whether you're looking for a sturdy SUV, a flashy supercar, or anything in-between, we've got all the details here for how to buy cars in GTA Online.

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How to buy cars in GTA Online

How to buy cars in GTA Online

(Image credit: Rockstar Games)

The usual route to buy cars in GTA Online is accessing the Eyefind internet browser on your phone, then heading to the Travel and Transport section. This opens up a list of websites selling various types of cars and other vehicles, with a broad enough selection to meet all of your needs. The type of vehicles you can get from the individual websites are as follows:

  • Southern San Andreas Super Autos - all-round vehicles
  • Legendary Motorsport - high-end performance vehicles
  • Warstock Cache & Carry - utility and weaponised vehicles
  • Benny's Original Motor Works - stock vehicles for customisation

Once you've chosen the vehicle you want and selected the colour if required, the next step to buy cars in GTA Online is to actually hit that buy button and commit. In order to complete the purchase, you'll need a garage to store your new vehicle, so if you don't have one already then check out our other guide for how to buy a house in GTA Online. After you've successfully bought a car, you'll be presented with a list of your available garages to have it delivered to, but be aware that if you don't have a free space in there you'll need to replace one of your existing vehicles.

How to buy cars in GTA Online

(Image credit: Rockstar Games)

There is another way to add cars to your collection without actually buying them, if you go down the Grand Theft Auto route. Swipe a parked vehicle or jack one from an NPC, then drive it to Los Santos Customs where you'll get the option under the Loss/Theft Prevention section to add a Tracker to it and make it your personal vehicle. You can also purchase Full Coverage here, which means you can claim a free replacement vehicle if yours ever gets destroyed. Bear in mind that although this works for most standard vehicles, if the car is too high-end or belongs to another player already then Los Santos Customs won't offer this service so you can't claim it for yourself.

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Iain Wilson
Iain Wilson

Iain originally joined Future in 2012 to write guides for CVG, PSM3, and Xbox World, before moving on to join GamesRadar in 2013 as Guides Editor. His words have also appeared in OPM, OXM, PC Gamer, GamesMaster, and SFX. He is better known to many as ‘Mr Trophy’, due to his slightly unhealthy obsession with amassing intangible PlayStation silverware, and he now has over 400 Platinum pots weighing down the shelves of his virtual award cabinet. He does not care for Xbox Achievements.