At long last, Rockstar has finally released the last drip-feed vehicle for the GTA Online Criminal Enterprises DLC, making for a total of seventeen cars. This is definitely the longest it’s ever taken Rockstar to drip-feed new content in an update, but was it worth the wait? Are all of these cars worth the high price tag they shipped with?

We’ll be answering those questions today by ranking all the cars in the Criminal Enterprises DLC for GTA Online. We’ll list our personal picks for the best cars that came with this DLC, ranking each one from worst to best. Strap in — this is going to be a long one.

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All Cars in the Criminal Enterprises DLC, Ranked from Worst to Best

Let’s get right into our ranking of the best cars in the GTA Online Criminal Enterprises DLC!

17/17

Grotti Brioso 300 Widebody

Grotti Brioso 300 Widebody
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  • Price: $1,195,000
  • Top-Speed: Poor
  • Acceleration: Poor
  • Handling: Very poor

Kicking off this ranking in last place, we have none other than the Grotti Brioso 300 Widebody. And wow, what a disappointment this car is. Added as a part of the drip feed, this modified version of the Brioso 300 can only be acquired by upgrading the regular model at Benny’s Motorworks. The original car costs $610,000, and an additional $585,000 to upgrade it to the widebody at Benny’s Motorworks.

The conversion to the new model barely does anything to improve the stats on the car. It shares similar flaws that the original had, with very weak handling that can make turning difficult. Additionally, its top speed and acceleration are not that great when you compare it to many other vehicles in the game. This is a vehicle that really should have stayed in the past where it belongs.

Still, despite its poor racing ability, it is a pretty nice-looking car. While I prefer the look and liveries available for the original model, the Widebody variant still looks great. Being a Benny’s vehicle, there is lots of customization to be had, making this a really nice vehicle for showing off at car meets. There is plenty of interior customization, too, if that is something you are interested in.

16/17

Dinka Postlude

Dinka Postlude
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  • Price: $1,310,000 / $982,500
  • Top-Speed: Poor
  • Acceleration: Poor
  • Handling: Very poor

Now for our next pick on this ranking of all cars in the Criminal Enterprises DLC for GTA Online, we have the Dinka Postlude. This is a two-door compact coupe added to the game as a part of the drip feed in late September. It can be purchased for a total price of $1,310,000, or $982,500 if you happen to own the trade price for it. It’s still a lot of money, but it’s cheaper than the Kanjo SJ.

As you would probably expect from a coupe-class vehicle, it isn’t a very fast car. It is actually slightly slower than the Dinka Kanjo SJ mentioned previously, but not by a huge margin. Its oversteering is a common problem, especially in races where you need to make very hard turns suddenly. This means that driving it can be difficult unless you’re used to the way that it turns. I definitely don’t recommend buying this car for its performance, as there are some much better options out there.

Many people may disagree with me on this, but I actually really like the look of this car. It has a very boxy design that makes it look sturdy and stylized. Maybe I just like it because it reminds me of a car my dad drove when I was a kid. But either way, I would definitely purchase this car if it had better performance. I also think that the interior of this car looks pretty good; it’s a shame you can’t do much customizing on the interior.

15/17

Dinka Kanjo SJ

Dinka Kanjo SJ
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  • Price: $1,370,000 / $1,027,500
  • Top-Speed: Poor
  • Acceleration: Poor
  • Handling: Good

Up next, we have the Dinka Kanjo SJ. This is a two-door coupe that will cost you a total of $1,370,000 dollars regular price, or $1,027,500 with the trade price. I’ve never really been a big fan of the coupes in GTA Online, as I’ve always been more into supercars and motorbikes. This vehicle doesn’t change my mind. This is a pretty weak vehicle overall, which is odd considering its million-dollar price tag.

More specifically, this is a car with pretty low top speed and acceleration, which isn’t really surprising for a coupe. This means that it’s not really a car you want to take into a high-speed race with lots of straight lines. It does, however, boast good handling that makes it good for maneuvering around traffic and tight corners and turns. Even with that, I still wouldn’t recommend it with its price, even if it was discounted and available for less.

Visually, I do like the look of this car. It looks sleek and stylish, and like something you’d see decked out with a spoiler and some other mods in a Fast & Furious movie. I like the two-door look on most cars, and this one is certainly no exception. If you enjoy collecting coupes or regular cars that the average person would own, I would say you should add this to your collection.

14/17

Ubermacht Rheinehart

Ubermacht Rheinehart
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  • Price: $1,598,000
  • Top-Speed: Good
  • Acceleration: Good
  • Handling: Average

Up next, we have the Ubermacht Rheinhart! This is another civilian car, specifically a sedan-class vehicle. While I’m not personally a fan of sedans, I’m glad that Rockstar is showing this class some love (even if it is very overpriced). Speaking of which, the Rheinhart will set you back $1,598,000 if you decide to buy it. You can only pick up this car up only on the in-game site Southern San Andreas Super Autos and nowhere else.

For a sedan, this car can get surprisingly fast, reaching speeds of over 120 miles per hour. Its acceleration is equally surprising, and it is pretty good overall. The handling stat on this vehicle is pretty subpar, however, making it not the best vehicle for making turns. If you are able to look past that issue, the car as a whole is solid and would make a great addition to anyone’s car collection.

As for its looks, what can I really say? It looks good, but it’s no supercar or sports car. As previously mentioned, sedans aren’t really my thing, to be honest with you. This might seem like a weird nitpick, but the car looks a little too long to me, if that makes any sense. Like it’s stretched out just a tad too much from front to back. But that’s really a very minor nitpick, as I do still like the look of the car.

13/17

Benefactor SM722

Benefactor SM722
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  • Price: $2,115,000
  • Top-Speed: Good
  • Acceleration: Average
  • Handling: Good

For our next spot on this ranking, we have the Benefactor SM722! This is a really unique-looking sports car that made its way into GTA Online in early August as one of the many drip-fed vehicles. It does not have a trade price, and can only be purchased from Legendary Motorsports for a price of $2,115,000. I’ve always loved Benefactor cars in GTA Online, so I was pretty excited to drive this car.

As for its performance, the car is really just for show and not for function. The car’s top speed is pretty nice, able to clock in at 123.8 MPH, which is definitely good for a sports class car. I liked the handling and thought that it was pretty fun to drive around. I think I’ll stick to my Pariah in races, however, as the SM722’s acceleration is not as good compared to other cars in the game. It isn’t terrible, of course, just not outstanding.

Visually, I’m a little on the fence about this car. On one hand, it looks sleek and stylish, and the back side of the car looks great. But while the front of the hood looks nice, it extends too far back and ends up looking very weird to me. If you like the look of this car, then go for it if you want something unique. But I really don’t think that this car is worth over $2,000,000, so I would skip this one if you just want something to add to your collection.

12/17

Obey 10F

Obey 10F
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  • Price: $1,675,000
  • Top-Speed: Good
  • Acceleration: Good
  • Handling: Very good

For our next pick on ranking all cars in the Criminal Enterprises DLC of GTA Online, we have the Obey 10F! This is a really unique-looking two-door sports car that will look great in anyone’s driveway. The car is available for sale on both Legendary Motorsport and Benny’s Original Motorworks for $1,675,000 exactly. Unfortunately, this car has no trade price available to players.

The car has pretty good stats that make it a viable vehicle for most races. Its speed stat in-game is topped off at 85.50, with an acceleration stat of 88.62. Since there are better cars in its category available for a cheaper price, I would only recommend this car if you want it as a collection item. It does not beat the Pariah in terms of being the new meta. The handling is very good on it, however, making it nice for races with tight turns.

This is a pretty great-looking sports car! It has a very modern, very upper-class design to it that I think looks fantastic. I love the design of the sides and the hood — everything fits together on the car very nicely. I’ve always been a sucker for two-door cars, so you can imagine my bias here. I also really like some of the liveries it has, especially the Tricolor livery when paired with a white paint job.

11/17

Imponte Ruiner ZZ-8

Imponte Ruiner ZZ-8
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  • Price: $1,320,000
  • Top-Speed: Good
  • Acceleration: Good
  • Handling: Good

Now for our next pick, the Imponte Ruiner ZZ-8. Another drip-feed vehicle, this vehicle is a two-door muscle car that can be purchased off the in-game website Southern San Andreas Super Autos. Players who are interested in buying can purchase the car for $1,320,000. While there are definitely better deals you can get in the game, this price isn’t that bad for what you’re getting.

For a muscle car, the handling on this car is surprisingly pretty good. It’s able to navigate through close-knit traffic and turn around corners on a dime. This makes it a really good vehicle for races that have a lot of turns to navigate around, which GTA Online is abundant in. Its speed is pretty good as well. This is a decently fast car that can be picked up for a (relatively) cheap price, so by all means grab it if you love muscle cars.

When I first saw this vehicle, I mistook it for a supercar. You can imagine my surprise when I found out that this was actually a muscle car! A lot of muscle cars in the game look pretty similar to me, so it’s nice that Rockstar added a car from the early 2000s with a really unique retro design. This is definitely a great-looking car that I recommend all muscle car enthusiasts pick up, as it looks great in a garage.

10/17

Bravado Greenwood

Bravado Greenwood
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  • Price: $1,465,000 / $1,098,750
  • Top-Speed: Good
  • Acceleration: Average
  • Handling: Average

Onto our next pick on this ranked list, we have the Bravado Greenwood! This is a really sick muscle car that manages to be unique compared to a lot of the other cars on this list. It’s not as expensive as a lot of the other cars on this ranking, costing users a total of $1,465,000. This four-door vehicle is definitely something worth picking up due to its combination of utility and good looks (more on that in a second).

The stats for this vehicle overall are pretty average. Its top speed is just barely high enough for me to consider good. The main selling point for this vehicle is the fact that it can be fitted with Imani Tech! This means that you can make it a remote-controlled car, or even put missile-lock on jammers on it! You can also upgrade it with more armor to make it take more damage. While the car’s stats are not great, its utility as an armored car with lock-on jammers justifies a higher position on our list.

If its utility for avoiding oppressor Mk 2 griefers wasn’t good enough for you, you should still pick up this car due to its beautiful design. It looks great at any car meet, especially one based around lowriders and old-school muscle cars. It has a classy retro look and features some good customization options that you can really take advantage of to make this car your own.

9/17

Declasse Draugur

Declasse Draugur
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  • Price: $1,870,000 / $1,402,500
  • Top-Speed: Good
  • Acceleration: Very Good
  • Handling: Average

Taking our next spot on the list is the Declasse Draugur! This is an electric off-road powerhouse and one of my most favorite off-road vehicles in all of GTA Online. It is a modern off-roader that is now one of the meta vehicles in GTA V. You can pick this vehicle up for $1,870,000 on Southern San Andreas. Or for a trade price of $1,402,500 from the same website, which is pretty good for such a fast off-roader.

This is without a doubt the fastest off-road car in all of GTA Online! I was driving my Maxwell Vagrant in a Cayo Perico race and people driving Draugurs were passing me regularly. The top speed and acceleration on this thing are great, especially for a vehicle designed to go off-road. It certainly won’t compete speed-wise with other cars in the game, but this is a must-have for off-road races. It’s also very powerful and fast when driving up hills, making it great for missions set out in the countryside.

I’m pretty divided on the look of this car. On one hand, I like the rugged design and the high suspension. But I really, really don’t like the doors on it. To me, this would be a beautiful car if it didn’t have those, but alas, it’s stuck in a cosmetic limbo. This car does have a lot of options for customization on it, so if you really want to make this car your own, you can. Sadly, you can’t change the doors.

8/17

Obey Omnis e-GT

Obey Omnis e-GT
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  • Price: $1,795,000
  • Top-Speed: Good
  • Acceleration: Very good
  • Handling: Very good

Now onto our next pick, we have the Obey Omnis e-GT! This is a sick-looking vehicle that came with the DLC/update on day one. It’s a four-door car that is found exclusively on Legendary Motorsport. It’s pretty expensive for such a simple-looking car, costing you exactly $1,795,000 to buy. This is a really good vehicle to pick up due to some of the special upgrades that you can get with this car.

Firstly, it’s an Imani Tech vehicle, meaning it can be equipped with missile lock-on disablers. It can also be given armor and slick mines at your Agency, giving it a lot of defensive capabilities. Combine all of this with its top speed of 111.50 MPH and its fantastic acceleration and handling, and you have a very versatile car that can get you from point A to B very fast while keeping you safe from griefers.

I don’t really like the look of this car. I mean, it looks fine, I just don’t like how I feel when I look at it knowing I’m 1.8 million dollars out of pocket. It looks basic for such a spendy vehicle. I’ve also never really been a big fan of four-door sports cars. Nothing against them, I just prefer two-door ones, as they always look more “high-class” to me, so to speak.

7/17

Ubermacht Sentienal Classic Widebody

Ubermacht Sentienal Classic Widebody
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  • Price: $1,350,000 / $1,187,500
  • Top-Speed: Very good
  • Acceleration: Good
  • Handling: Very good

Taking up our next spot, we have the Ubermacht Sentienal Classic Widebody! This is another Benny’s vehicle that came into the game during a drip-feed week. To buy it, you’ll need to first pick up the Sentinel Classic for $650,000. After that, drive it over to Benny’s Original Motorworks in southern Los Santos and convert it for $700,000. So you’ll spend over a million dollars in total to get this car.

This thing has a really good top speed of 127.25 MPH. This is a good vehicle if you want something with good acceleration, as it can get up to speed decently fast. Its handling is maxed out at 100.00 according to its in-game stats. Overall, it’s a pretty good vehicle for a price tag of about $1,000,000 dollars. However, I would really only purchase this vehicle if you want it for the customization.

Speaking of which, as with all Benny’s vehicles, this thing has incredible customization, with lots and lots of different options for how you want to deck out your ride. There are a lot of unique wheels and interior decorations that you can get on this car if you take it to Benny’s. Even without customization, the car looks pretty good and I recommend picking it up if you love driving retro sports cars.

6/17

Obey 10F Widebody

Obey 10F Widebody - GTA Online Criminal Enterprises DLC New Cars
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  • Price: $2,250,000
  • Top-Speed: Very good
  • Acceleration: Good
  • Handling: Good

Onto our next pick on this ranking, let’s talk about the Obey 10F Widebody! This is a Benny’s converted version of the Obey 10F mentioned earlier. As you can imagine, you’ll need to purchase the original model for $1,675,000 first. On top of that, you’ll need to convert this car for $575,000, making it cost over $2,000,000 when all is said and done! It’s definitely not cheap, but is it worth it?

Not really. The car’s stats are improved over the previous iteration, but not by a significant margin. The top speed for this car increased by 2 miles, so while it is technically an improvement, is it really worth half a million dollars? Additionally, its handling feels very similar to the original model. Regardless of these disappointing improvements, it’s still a fun car to drive around the city.

The main reason why you’d want to get this car is for its customization options at Benny’s. With the conversion/widebody, you can add on tons of unique wheels and modifications, which include lots of sick interior decorations. While I personally prefer the sleeker model of the original Obey 10F, I will admit the customization here is top-notch as it always is at Benny’s Original Motorworks.

5/17

BF Weevil Custom

BF Weevil Custom - GTA Online Criminal Enterprises DLC New Cars
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  • Price: $1,850,000 / $1,632,000
  • Top-Speed: Very good
  • Acceleration: Good
  • Handling: Poor

Kicking off the top five on our ranking of all cars in the Criminal Enterprises DLC for GTA Online, we have the BF Weevil Custom. This is a heavily modified version of the BF Weevil, a vintage love bug. The BF Weevil can be obtained for free if you complete English’s Dave’s missions, or for a price of $870,000 from Southern San Andreas Super Autos (trade price of $652,000). The conversion will cost $900,000.

This thing is incredibly fast, so much so that it’s one of the fastest muscle cars in GTA Online! This meta-defining car is great if you are planning on taking it into a race with lots of straight lines. Its handling and turning, however, are terrible. Making turns with this thing makes it very bad for maneuvering around sharp corners, and that stops it from being higher on this list. But even with this big drawback, you can’t deny that it makes a great racing vehicle.

The appearance of the car is very…unique. It sort of looks like one of those rally cars you’d see at demolition derbies. I prefer the vintage look of the original BF Weevil, but this design looks good too. If you love the look of off-road cars, you’ll love this one. It also features loads of modification options available at Benny’s, which makes it the perfect car for those who love the customization in GTA V.

4/17

Benefactor LM87

Benefactor LM87 - GTA Online Criminal Enterprises DLC New Cars
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  • Price: $2,915,000
  • Top-Speed: Very good
  • Acceleration: Very good
  • Handling: Very good

Next up, it’s the Benefactor LM87! This is a very unique-looking supercar with a hefty price tag of $2,915,000, making it the most expensive car in the entire Criminal Enterprises DLC. While I’m not too fond of the appearance, being an avid supercar fan, I couldn’t just dismiss this car’s appearance and price tag. But is the performance any good?

The LM87 features very good acceleration and very good handling, which is always nice to see. This makes it a good car for racing around tight corners and navigating around Los Santos quickly. Its top speed is pretty good as well, sitting right at 128.50 MPH. This is good, but not as high as the Benefactor Krieger’s top speed (the current supercar meta in GTA Online).

As previously stated, I’m not a big fan of the look. It’s an endurance car that looks like what you’d see on a high-end racetrack. If you really love those kinds of cars, I think you’re going to enjoy purchasing and customizing this one. I do like the spoiler on the back and I think that the interior of the car looks great. It definitely isn’t worth three million dollars, though, so maybe pick it up when it goes on sale.

3/17

Lampadati Corsita

Lampadati Corsita - GTA Online Criminal Enterprises DLC New Cars
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  • Price: $1,795,000
  • Top-Speed: Very good
  • Acceleration: Very good
  • Handling: Very good

Onto our next pick, we have the Lampadati Corsita! This is a really beautiful-looking sports car that was added to the game the day the update came out back in July 2022. It will cost players a total of $1,795,000, and there is no trade price available. It can only be found on the in-game website Legendary Motorsports. But is this million-dollar sports car worth getting? What’s it like under the hood?

This car has a really good top speed, with maxed-out stats in both the acceleration and the handling categories. This makes it a really good car overall when speaking about its performance. It would make a great racing car if you’re interested, as it’s even able to compete with the Ocelot Pariah, which has long been the king of the sports car class.

Visually, this is one of my favorite cars that were added with this DLC. Rockstar modeled the car after the real-world Maserati MC20, and boy, did they do it justice. It features a sturdy design that makes it look less like a sports car and more like a supercar. I love the customization on this car, so if that is something you’re really into, then by all means, grab this car. It’s well worth the purchase.

2/17

Pegassi Torero XO

Pegassi Torero XO - GTA Online Criminal Enterprises DLC New Cars
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  • Price: $2,890,000
  • Top-Speed: Very good
  • Acceleration: Very good
  • Handling: Good

For our next pick of ranking all cars in the Criminal Enterprises DLC for GTA Online, we have the Pegassi Torero XO! This is a two-door supercar that can be purchased for a hefty price tag of $2,890,000, with no option for unlocking a trade price. The vehicle is not drip-fed and first came to the game as a part of the original update/DLC. And damn, did this car steal the show for me!

The Torero XO’s top speed is 131.00 MPH. You’ll be able to get up to this speed pretty fast thanks to the car’s great acceleration, making it one of the faster cars that were released with this DLC. The handling is pretty good as well, making this a solid all-rounder supercar. I definitely recommend picking it up if you want to add a Lamborghini to your car collection, as long as you don’t mind paying nearly $3,000,000!

Visually, the car looks similar to some of the other Lamborghini models in the game, such as the Pegassi Infernus and others. Still, this particular model manages to be relatively unique. Most of the car looks modern to me, while the hood looks retro. I don’t know if that is what they were going for, but that’s what it looks like. It is a really beautiful-looking car that comes with some nice customization options.

1/17

Declasse Vigero ZX

Declasse Vigero ZX - GTA Online Criminal Enterprises DLC New Cars
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  • Price: $1,947,000
  • Top-Speed: Very good
  • Acceleration: Very good
  • Handling: Very good

Holding the number one spot among all the cars released with the Criminal Enterprises DLC in GTA Online, we have the Declasse Vigero ZX! This is a beautiful muscle car that was added to the game as a part of a drip feed update. It’s by far the best muscle car that was released in this update for the game, so if you love muscle cars, you should consider getting this one. You can buy it yourself for $1,947,000 from Southern San Andreas Super Autos.

This is a Howl’s Special Works vehicle, which means that it can be fitted with special performance upgrades found only at the Los Santos Car Meet (Note: This is exclusive to next-gen consoles only). The top speed of this car, with the right mods installed, can get up to over 150 miles per hour! Combined with this car’s great acceleration and handling, and you have an incredible car that’s actually worth the high price tag for once.

This car is really beautiful, taking inspiration from cars such as the real-life Camaro. While I wish it looked a bit more unique compared to some of the muscle cars I already have in my garage, I can’t complain about buying a really beautiful car. This is the perfect ride to deck out at the LS Car Meet after you get the HSW’s mods installed, as it has lots of great customization options for you to try.

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