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5 best snow cars to buy ahead of the GTA Online winter DLC

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Grand Theft Auto (GTA) Online is set to introduce a new range of cars in the coming weeks. As the holiday season approaches, new DLC is expected to launch later this month, where the entire GTA Online map will likely be filled with snow, as it usually does every winter.

While most existing vehicles can handle the map’s slippery, snow-filled streets, maneuvering them can sometimes be a challenge. That’s why this article lists five of the best cars to own in GTA Online this winter.


The best cars to drive in the snow in GTA Online

5) Vapid Trophy truck

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Perfect in the snow, the Trophy truck is fast and handles well under harsh winter conditions. The two-seater vehicle comes with a five-speed transmission and four-wheel drive.

The truck costs $550,000 and combines excellent handling, speed and acceleration, although the braking is mediocre.


4) Canis Kamacho

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The Kamacho is an all-terrain vehicle that can climb snowy mountains with ease and handle rough terrain. The design of the car is based on the Jeep Crew Chief 715 Concept and can be purchased from Southern Super Autos for GTA$345,000. The vehicle is also available without a hood.

When fully upgraded, it can reach a top speed of up to 116.75 mph. The four-seater is equipped with a five-speed gearbox and four-wheel drive. With excellent handling, acceleration and speed, the Kamacho is one of the best off-road racers on snowy roads.


3) Benefactor Dubsta 6×6

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Another off-roader, the Dubsta 6×6 by Benefactor, is also fairly quick off the line and has decent handling, although the brakes do disappoint. With six wheels, the SUV stays firmly on the road and is a favorite during the game’s snowy winter. The car costs GTA$249,000 from Warstock Cache & Carry.

The six-seater Dubsta has a six-speed gearbox and four-wheel drive. It can reach speeds of up to 103.25 mph and has a lap time of 1:16.011 after being fully upgraded. It’s not the fastest in the game, but it’s a good option for driving around on snowy roads.


2) Ocelot Stromberg

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For players who want to play Santa and sleigh in the snow, the Ocelot Stromberg is one of the best options. It is an expensive vehicle with a price of $3,185,350 in-game currency and can be purchased from the Warstock Cache & Carry. The best feature of the car is the ability to drive underwater in underwater mode.

The same mode can be used in snow-capped mountains. When competing with friends, players can have someone lift the car with a cargo bob, then drop it onto a snowy mountain before it slid downhill.


1) Brave Sasquatch

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One of the best vehicles for taking in the snow is the Sasquatch. Arena War upgrades also allow the Sasquatch to take out other cars and griefers. The amount of power this vehicle has is incredible as it can literally plow through any vehicle.

The vehicle’s ability to jump, boost or shunt adds to the fun factor, and it does a great job in both town and off-road. The vehicle costs GTA$1,530,875 and comes with a three-speed gearbox and four-wheel drive. Again, it’s not quite as fast, but it’s meant to tackle the toughest road conditions and wreak havoc along the way.

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Edited by Dinesh Renthlei
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