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Top 5 Off-road Vehicles in GTA Online in 2022

Off-road vehicles are really useful in GTA Online (Images via Sportskeeda)

GTA Online has a large number of terrains for players to travel and explore and to aid them in their exploration, the game also gives them many options regarding which vehicles to take with them.

Many of these regions are quite difficult to traverse, especially when players head to an off-road area. Therefore, their choice of vehicle is very important if they want their journey to be fast and smooth.

But with the overwhelming number of vehicles in GTA Online, it becomes very difficult for the players to decide which one is best for them. To aid them in their quest, this article will recommend GTA Online players five of the best off-road vehicles to buy in GTA Online.


Five best off-road cars in GTA Online

5) BF Ramp Buggy

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BF Ramp Buggy is a unique ramp car included in the Import/Export update for GTA Online. The Ramp Buggy appears to be a substantially modified Dune Buggy based on its name and style, resembling and serving the same purpose as the Flip Car from Fast and Furious 6.

The vehicle has an extended chassis with a stronger cage and body panels, with a wedge-shaped front end designed to fit under cars. The sides of the vehicle appear thinner, with additional frames and panels for the rear wheels, while the interior is reinforced with various front and roof structures.

The Ramp Buggy behaves differently from its off-road counterpart, as it has a low ride height for easier sliding under cars, and the reinforced chassis seems to be more resistant to impact. Players can get this car for a whopping $3,192,000 from Warstock Cache and Carry.


4) Vapid Desert Raid

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The Vapid Desert Raid is an off-road trophy vehicle included in the Cunning Stunts update for GTA Online. The Desert Raid has a hefty but aerodynamic body, with a very thin front end and no visible signs of a front bumper, but there is still a manufacturer’s decal on the hood, as well as two rectangular headlamps.

The car performs similarly to its trophy counterpart, with excellent suspension as a standout feature, as well as strong acceleration. The truck’s four-wheel drive and the off-road tires it carries provide excellent traction.

The truck’s huge shock absorbers and higher suspension means it has plenty of leeway when landing jumps without harming the vehicle, giving it more potential than comparable off-road vehicles with increased suspension. Players can purchase this car for $695,000 from Southern San Andreas Super Autos.


3) Canis Kamacho

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The Canis Kamacho is an off-road utility truck introduced in GTA Online’s The Doomsday Heist update. It is distinguished by its front, which has an oblique shape at the top that contains the black grille, the “CANIS” lettering embossed in the center and the outer edges that house the round headlights.

The Kamacho is a capable off-roader with strong torque and ground clearance, giving it tremendous off-road quality. It can handle even the most difficult terrain, thanks to the 50/50 torque split, giving it an edge on uneven terrain. The durability is decent, and with the addition of bull bars it could be even better.

Compared to cars like the Riata and Dubsta 6×6, the Kamacho has excellent top speed and acceleration, as well as strong handling with no symptoms of fishtailing. Due to its weight and length, it has a very strong steering system, but can still handle turns with ease. Southern San Andreas Super Autos is selling this vehicle to the players for $345,000.


2) Maxwell Wanderer

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Maxwell Vagrant is an off-road buggy included in The Diamond Casino Heist update for Grand Theft Auto Online. The Vagrant is a strong competitor in its class, with rapid acceleration and maximum speed. The vehicle’s top speed is among the highest in its class, allowing it to compete with other fast all-terrain vehicles such as the Sanchez.

The vehicle’s handling is responsive, allowing it to make fast turns, and traction is also excellent, keeping it on the ground. The braking system works well and it only takes a short distance to come to a complete stop.

It has exceptional off-road capability, similar to Vagrant’s design. Suspension allows it to easily navigate small pebbles and uneven terrain, making it ideal for off-road racing. Thanks to the strong motor, it can easily handle almost any slope.


1) Bravado Sasquatch

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Apocalypse Bravado Sasquatch is a custom monster truck that debuted as part of the Arena War update in GTA Online. The body of the vehicle is mainly inspired by the pickup trucks of the 1940s Dodge W-Series, as well as the modified W-Series.

The Sasquatch is quite similar in performance to the Liberator and Marshall, but it has a higher peak speed and faster acceleration, reaching 60 miles per hour in just seconds.

For a vehicle of this size, braking is also excellent, taking just a few seconds to come to a complete stop. Both “Jump” and “Shunt” modifications can be installed in the vehicle.

When players use the jump function, the vehicle is thrown into the air after it is turned on. It can also be installed with Boost upgrades. This can be used to significantly increase the speed of the vehicle and can be used multiple times while traveling. Players can get this vehicle for $1,530,875 at Arena Workshop.


Note: This article reflects the subjective opinion of the writer.


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