GTA Online Karin Sultan RS Classic Review: Is It Worth Buying?

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A new event week has just released in GTA Online and a quick look at the new weekly update tells us there's plenty of new bonuses for players to pick up. That also means more money to spend and new vehicles to unlock or purchase. For the sake of this page, we're going to take a look at the Karin Sultan RS Classic. This isn't a new Podium Car or Prize Ride, but simply a new car added as part of the drip-feed of content from the Los Santos Tuners DLC.

Naturally, some GTA Online might be wondering if this new sports car is worth buying, or if it's the Fastest GTA Online car, hence this ultra-quick review to give you a sense of if it's worth spending your hard-earned cash on.


So without further ado, here’s everything you need to know about the new 2-door sports sedan driving around San Andreas and if it’s worth adding to your GTA Online garage collection.

Karin Sultan RS Classic Review

The Karin Sultan RS Classic was released as part of the Los Santos Tuners update and is a variant on the games existing Karin Sultan models. The key difference is a widebody kit.

Where Can I Buy The Karin Sultan RS Classic?

Currently, GTA Online players can get the Karin Sultan RS Classic from Southern San Andreas Super Autos. Although this is a new car added with the Los Santos Tuners update, it could also be made available as a prize ride vehicle in the coming weeks; so if you're not feeling flush with cash, maybe hold off buying it, if you'd rather win it instead.

For those wondering, yes you can also customise the Karin Sultan RS Classic at Los Santos Customs and the LS Car Meet Mod Shop.


Karin Sultan RS Classic Price (Buy & Sell)

Purchase Price

The Karin Sultan RS Classic will cost you $1,789,000 to buy up front from Southern San Andreas Super Autos.

Trade Price

The Trade Price in GTA Online allows players to buy a car for much cheaper than its normal cost, but you have to complete an objective first.

Anyone who wants to buy the Sultan RS Classic at trade price will have to level up their LS Car Meet Reputation sufficiently if they want to buy it for as little as $1,341,750.

Selling Price

If you decide you want to sell the Sultan RS Classic you can expect to get a resale price of $1,073,400.


This is roughly 60% of the original purchase price, plus you can expect to receive 60% of the value of your upgrades too.

What Is The Top Speed Of The Karin Sultan RS Classic ?

Fans interested in taking the Sultan RS Classic for a spin will be interested to know that the car’s top speed on the game files is 91.03 mph (146.50 km/h).

This is the top speed for the Sultan RS Classic in-game, but has not been tested yet by the GTA car expert Broughy1322.

Soon enough though we should have some on-track testing to show its speed in a fast straight-line speed as well as track times. Just like the one below:

The Karin Sultan RS Classic In Real Life

Rockstar Games based the design of the Sultan RS Classic on a Subaru Impreza 22B STI.


Is The Karin Sultan RS Classic Worth It?

We're holding off a full judgement until we see the in-game speeds of the car from Broughy1322's testing, but the early suggestions are that, yeh it's ok, but not great.

Though it's got a slight variation in the design, it's hard to escape that you're buying essentially the same looking car as the original Sultan RS, or Sultan Classic.

Granted, the Sultan RS is a different vehicle class. But the Sultan Class is the same vehicle class and costs about 60k less.

It's a decent enough car, but based on Just Jake Club, the acceleration is a little sluggish.

Also if you're limited on cash, you're probably better spending the money on one of the other new Tuner cars, like the Emperor Vectre, or Pfister Comet S2.


It's not a bad car, there are just better ways to spend your money.