While stealing and purchasing cars is one aspect of GTA V, you can also sell them for profit. Although, Story Mode doesn’t allow you to sell cars. The online session, however, lets you do all this criminal work in more fun ways.
Players can sell cars to earn money, clear garage space, or eliminate unwanted vehicles. However, selling only provides 60% of a car’s value.
To sell a car, steal a nice one off the street, drive to Los Santos Customs, and select the “Sell” option. Only one car can be sold every 48 real-time hours.
Luxury and sports cars sell for more money. Carefully steal them to avoid damage and police attention.
After selling a car, you will receive an on-screen notification, and the money will be deposited into your GTA 5 account.
How To Sell Cars
Log into an online session. First, you need to locate the car that you wish to sell. You can go to your nearest garages and look for nice cars.
After that, open the in-game map and search for the Los Santos customs location. Spray paint marks it can on the map. Look for a Spray paint icon on the map to reach Lost Santos customs.
Once inside, a SHOP menu will appear. Scroll down and select the ‘Sell’ option, and that will sell the car.
I sold some ordinary cars for $1000. However, getting luxurious and fancy cars, such as sports cars, is far more critical than selling them for a higher price.
Why You Should Sell Cars?
Selling cars in the game provides an easy way to earn money, clear garage space, and discard unwanted vehicles. Although I only get 60% of a car’s value, I can steal nice luxury or sports cars, carefully avoid damage and cops, and sell one every 48 hours at Los Santos Customs. It is a good approach to earn some money to purchase weapons or even a good expensive outfit for your character.
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