How To Buy Cars In Cyberpunk 2077

Place orders from your apartments.

The long-awaited 2.0 and the Phantom Liberty expansion have completely changed how you buy cars in Cyberpunk 2077.

The process was previously a bit tedious where Fixers would constantly be sending you new offers. Since every Fixer had a separate collection of cars to sell, you had to go through every offer on your phone and decide if the price was right.

Now, however, you can buy a car of your choosing in a matter of seconds thanks to the newly added Autofixer Terminals. You also get access to stacking discounts, which is another new addition to Night City.

How to buy cars after Cyberpunk 2077 Update 2.0

Updating your game to Phantom Liberty 2.0 should start showing Autofixer Terminals on the map in Cyberpunk 2077. They will be marked by a car symbol next to a dollar sign. In case the Autofixer Terminals are not showing on your map, check your map filter locations to confirm that they are enabled.

You have two ways to buy cars in Night City following the 2.0 update. You can either visit an Autofixer Terminal or just go to the Autofixer website from a computer in any of your apartment buildings.

The website is run by a Fixer named Muamar “El Capitan” Reyes who will email you during the prologue to introduce himself. Check the home page of the Autofixer website and choose a car manufacturer to see a list of all available cars for sale.

If you see a car with a bullet or missile symbol, it means the car comes with a machine gun or a missile launcher. The Quartz Specter, for example, is a newly added car from Archer that comes with a machine gun.

If you were unaware, the new Phantom Liberty expansion and 2.0 update have added vehicles with weapons. Unfortunately, we are still waiting to see flying cars that we can pilot/drive ourselves in Night City.

When you have finalized a car that you want to buy in Cyberpunk 2077, hit the purchase button to add it to your collection. You can then call the vehicle at any point using your phone.

How to get discount shards from Autofixers

Buying cars can be an expensive ordeal. Thankfully, El Capitan likes to give out discounts to help you complete your car collection in Cyberpunk 2077.

Completing any vehicle contract mission in Night City will reward you with an Extravaganza Shard that gives you a single discount on your next car purchase.

Something important to know here is that the Shard discount can be stacked. We recommend completing as many vehicle missions as possible to get a 100 percent stacking discount. Yes, you can now buy the most expensive cars in Night City for free.

Once you purchase a vehicle from an Autofixer Terminal or its website, you will consume your total discount. You will then need to complete additional vehicle contracts to stack up future discounts.

These Autofixer discounts come in really handy if you are looking to unlock the Autojock achievement which requires you to buy all the cars in Cyberpunk 2077. This would normally require at least €$1,722,000 in in-game currency.

Completing vehicle contracts for El Capitan is also how you unlock new vehicles to buy. If you see a locked car on the website, it means that you have to complete a few contracts for El Capitan.

Is it worth buying cars in Cyberpunk 2077?

While you can technically get cars for free in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty, is it worth completing all those vehicle contracts for a single discount?

If not, is it worth buying all the cars with your hard-earned money? You must be wondering when is the right time to buy cars in Cyberpunk 2077.

Unless you want to complete your car collection, they are not worth buying, at least not in the early-mid game. They take a lot of your money which you can spend on more important things.

Not to mention that you can get the Rayfield Caliburn, the fastest car in Cyberpunk 2077, for free. That too without doing any contracts.

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