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GTA Online The Contract New Cars Prices: How much are the Bravado Buffalo, Enus Jubilee, Dewbauchee Champion?

Pricey new wheels

At launch in The Contract DLC in GTA Online there are 7 new cars for you to add to your garage, with more than a dozen on the way.

So while this update isn't quite as big as the usual December heist, there's still plenty of content to play through and tons of new things to collect.

As is the GTA custom, these new cars added to GTA Online are homages to, reproductions of, or inspired by real-life cars from all sorts of manufacturers. This time, there are some interesting hybrids, concept cars, and luxury SUVs riffing on the likes of Lamborgini, Rolls-Royce and Aston Martin.

But in GTA Online in general, whether you're into Japanese tuners and drift cars or American performance and European exotics, there's something for everyone, if you've got the cash to pay for it.

There are usually two prices listed for cars in GTA Online, the regular list price and the trade price. The trade price is unlocked when you raise your repuatation with a certain group or by doing a certain job to a high enough level, but isn't necessary if you just want to flex straight away.

GTA Online The Contract New Car Prices

You'll have to do a bit of internet shopping to snag the new cars dropping with The Contract DLC in GTA Online.

Make your way to one of the many car showroom sites on your iFruit phone to peruse the listings before you buy.

There are 6 cars on Legendary Motorsport, and 1 at San Andreas Super Autos at launch, more cars will unlock over the course of the DLC.

The prices are as follows:

  • Pfister Astron - $1,580,000 - Legendary Motorsport
  • Lampadati Cinquemila - $1,740,000 - Legendary Motorsport
  • Pegassi Ignus - $2,765,000 - Legendary Motorsport
  • Enus Jubilee - $1,237,500 - $1,650,000 - Legendary Motorsport
  • Enus Deity - $1,383,750 - $1,845,000 - Legendary Motorsport
  • Dewbauchee Champion - $2,246,250 - $2,995,000 - Legendary Motorsport
  • Bravado Buffalo - $1,612,500 - $2,150,000 - San Andreas Super Autos

As for the real-world cars these are based on, here's what we think based on what's in the game already:

  • Bravado Buffo - Dodge Charger
  • Dewbauchee Champion - Aston Martin Victor
  • Enus Jubilee - Rolls-Royce Cullian
  • Enus Deity - Bentley Flying Spur
  • Pegassi Ignus - Lamborgini Sian Hybrid
  • Lampadati Cinquemila - Maserati Ghibli
  • Pfister Astron - Porsche Cayenne

To begin building your rep towards the trade price, here's how to start The Contract missions and the Agency property prices in GTA Online.

Or if you're looking for something else to spend your hard-earned cash on, there are two new weapons, the Stun Gun and Compact EMP Launcher, to buy too.

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