5 Best GTA Online Vehicles from Criminal Enterprises Update

The Vigero ZX will give players the fast gains they need

GTA Online has showcased plenty of summer vehicles over the past few months, but only a select few really stand out. The release of the Sentinel classic widebody is the beginning of the end for the Criminal Enterprises DLC. The latest update includes 18 vehicles.

With that in mind, GTA Online players should look back at the memorable. The following list will not be in any particular order.

Note: This article represents the author’s personal opinion.

The Criminal Enterprises updates have introduced some great vehicles to GTA Online

5) Bravo Greenwood

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The classic muscle car is a direct reference to GTA San Andreas. Sweet Johnson used to ride a Greenwood during selection missions in that game. It’s finally returned in GTA Online’s most recent update.

With the ability to install very useful Imani Tech features, the Bravo Greenwood will be able to defend itself with remote controls or Missile Lock-On Jammers. With full upgrades, it has a top speed of 118 miles per hour.

Depending on whether players unlock the trade price or not, the Greenwood will cost anywhere from $1,098,750 to $1,465,000. It can be purchased from Southern San Andreas Super Autos.

4) Dinah Postlude

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The Postlude is a throwback to boxy car designs of the late ’70s and early ’80s. A top speed of 103 miles per hour is nothing to write home about, but it makes up for it with deep tweaks. Whether sunstrips or splitters, this vehicle has a wide variety of custom parts.

GTA Online players can head over to Southern San Andreas Super Autos and purchase this vehicle for just $1,310,000.

Compared to most vehicles from the Criminal Enterprises DLC, the Postlude is much more affordable, especially with a discounted price of $982,500. Players can unlock it by leveling up their Car Meet Rep during the LS Car Meet.

3) Benefactor SM722

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GTA Online players can finally have their own version of the Mercedes SLR Stirling Moss. It’s a stylish throwback to backworld racing history.

The Benefactor SM722 is a grand tourer with a top speed of 123.75 miles per hour. While it’s not the fastest in the sport class, it’s a visually striking car with several custom features. Players will spend a lot of time in their car shops to find the right look for them.

However, it is one of the more expensive vehicles in the Criminal Enterprises update, as it costs $2,115,000 at Legendary Motorsport.

2) Obey 10F

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Sports coupes rarely appear in GTA Online updates Obey 10F is a refreshing experience. With a top speed of 200 kilometers per hour, a fully customized vehicle gives players competitive lap times.

Despite its top-heavy design, the 10F doesn’t need a spoiler to maintain decent traction. Speaking of which, Rockstar has put a lot of effort into the customization features so that players can go crazy for it.

The standard 10F is worth $1,675,000 in Legendary Motorsport. If the player wants a widebody variant, they must pay an additional $575,000 at Benny’s Original Motor Works.

1) Declassify Vigero ZX

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The Vigero ZX is the Bull Shark Testosterone of high-performance muscle cars. With HSW upgrades, drivers can reach top speeds of 250 km/h. By GTA Online standards, it’s an insanely fast vehicle.

According to YouTuber Broughy1322, it gets extra grip with the center suspension, via custom parts from a local mod shop. This will make a small difference on different types of roads.

Players can use the Vigero ZX of Southern San Andreas Super Autos. It will cost them a total of $1,947,000.

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