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GTA Online Buffalo STX: How to buy and best upgrades
Grand Theft Auto ‘s incredibly popular online component, GTA Online , has only gotten bigger recently with the arrival of Dr. Dre and a suite of new missions in The Contract update. But dedicated players will be overjoyed to discover that Dr. Dre’s big mission is not the end of the road for new quests to play through with friends. After you finish the main component of The Contract, you’ll have access to Record A Studios, and a bunch more to discover. Just one of the new additions to the game is the Buffalo STX car, a Muscle-class car, and part of the Bravado brand. This brand new car is one of the best in its class and has dozens of upgrades for you to invest your cash into. If you want the lowdown on what this car can do and how to get it, just read our tips below. Thanks to GTA Fandom for the additional information.
How to buy the Buffalo STX in GTA Online
You can currently buy the Buffalo STX from just one dealership in San Andreas, and that’s the Southern San Andreas Super Autos . Navigate here and you’ll find you can buy the Bravado Buffalo STX for $2,150,000 . That’s a pretty high price, but luckily anyone owning an agency will be able to get the trade price of $1,612,000 . Still costly, but far more affordable for a dedicated player.
Buffalo STX specs in GTA Online
As mentioned in our intro, the Bravado Buffalo STX in GTA Online is one of the best Muscle-class cars in the game. Speed, acceleration, braking, and handling are all top-spec for Muscle-class vehicles, making it an essential choice if you’re a fan of the Muscle-class. In addition to excellent base stats, the Buffalo STX also boasts a wide range of purchasable upgrades. The Armor Plating upgrade boosts the defensive capabilities of your car considerably and can be combined with the usual armor upgrades to make your vehicle truly fearsome on the road. But to make other players back off when they see you rolling down the street, you need weapons. You can mount two Machine Guns on the front of the Buffalo STX, which should shred through vehicles that lack armor plating. If you’re comfortable spending another $1,000,000 on upgrades after purchasing the Buffalo STX, you should be able to make it powerful enough to take down most other players in GTA Online , as long as you have a team backing you up in those intense fights. Written by Dave Aubrey on behalf of GLHF.
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What car in GTA is like a Hellcat?
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Last week, Wesley Motorsports, in their specially prepared 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT ® Hellcat Widebody, took on the curves and elevation changes of Road Atlanta to claim a first place finish in the Unlimited RWD class during the Global Time Attack event.
The Global Time Attack (GTA) is a fastest-lap competition held on road-race circuits in which competitors make timed solo runs around a course with different classes based on car modifications and tire tread wear. The Wesley Motorsports Hellcat Widebody was up against stiff competition as rules for the Road Atlanta event made the slightly modified Challenger ineligible for all but the top Unlimited RWD class. This pitted the Wesley Motorsports entry against highly modified competition on full-race slicks versus the treaded performance street tires on the Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody.
“It was an uphill battle that was close right to the end,” says Wesley Motorsports owner Kevin Wesley. “The Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody was the only American manufacturer entered in Unlimited Class and the second fastest American car in the entire field. For the Challenger to do so well says a lot about the team who built it and its driver.”
One of their goals during the Global Time Attack event was to showcase the competitive qualities of its stock-based Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody. Other than the Bilstein MDS double-adjustable dampers, the majority of modifications to the Challenger have been built entirely from the Mopar® parts supply. The Challenger pulls from the Dodge Viper ACR for its aero, using a factory Viper ACR Extreme wing, splitter and canards. The front brake calipers are the Dodge Viper ACR-spec Brembo units. In order to run the 355/30/19 Kumho V720 ACR tire, all four corners of the Widebody are sporting Jongbloed 19” x 12” 2-piece wheels. The final result is a Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody that is close to a production version of the car with the only significant fabricated modifications made in regard to safety.
“We just had a perfect event,” says Wesley. “There was no drama, the car was flawless. Everyone just did their job and we made it to the top of the podium.”
This past event helps Wesley and the rest of the team prove a point and get ready for their ultimate goal, to race along the sheer cliffs and 12.43 miles through the clouds during the 2018 Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in June.
Wesley, who in 2016 set a TA2 qualifying record and finished second in class behind the wheel of a 2016 Dodge Viper ACR, is ready to climb the mountain again. He and his Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody are primed and ready for Pikes Peak. With a 6.2L supercharged HEMI ® under the hood, he’s looking to make history and rewrite the record books.