In this paper, a very low spur 5.9-GHz integer-N frequency synthesizer designed for a Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) receiver is presented. The PLL is referenced to a 10-MHz crystal oscillator and the design is implemented in a 65-nm CMOS process. The output of the synthesizer has differential quadrature topology and provides the local oscillator signal to a downconverter mixer of C-V2X receiver. Post-layout simulations show that the reference spurs are better than-88 dBc through loop sampling technique which was implemented in a 11.8-GHz VCO design for the first time to the best of our knowledge. The best spur level without the loop sampling technique applied is limited to-55 dBc. Using the loop sampling technique provides a spur reduction of 33 dB which is a significant improvement at this frequency. Based on post-layout simulations, the design has a phase noise of-97/-99/-114 dBc for 10 kHz/100 kHz/1 MHz frequency offsets, respectively, which presents competitive numbers with the designs in the literature. The design has 1.2-V nominal supply voltage for the analog and digital blocks. The total power dissipation of the synthesizer core is 6 mW from a 1.2-V supply while the output buffers driving a 100-fF load consumes 18 mW.