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From R5.7 million Bentley to a BMW X6 | see Kagiso Dikgacoi's car collection over the years

Source: Continental GT

When they retire from the "beautiful game," most footballers swap in their luxury cars for more affordable models since they can never be sure they will be paid on time. Downgrading to save money is the norm for most people who know that owning a high-end car is expensive. Kagisho Dikgacoi, a former Crystal Palace defensive midfielder, has the same problem. For the first time in his life, after retiring from the workforce, he found himself with an affordable vehicle.

After having great success in South Africa, Kagisho Dikgacoi made the shift to Europe. To play with the best players in football, he had to travel to the United States. The fact that he has played in some of the most prestigious leagues in the world means that money is not a problem for him.

It has now emerged that one of the greatest footballers in his time, Kagiso Dikgacoi, enjoys driving high-end cars with powerful engines. When he was still in England, he was often spotted driving about in a Mercedes Benz C63. A Range Rover Sport, a more sought-after vehicle in the football world, was also in his possession.

All of this is on top of him being observed multiple times driving around in a Bentley Continental GT. In South Africa, one of the best car dealerships says the high end car costs R5,690,000, making it one of the most costly vehicles available. Reliable information suggests a 0 to 100 km/h time of 3.7 seconds, and an overall top speed of 319 kilometers per hour.

A BMW X6 is the vehicle he currently owns after moving to another nation following his retirement. According to the BMX X6's manufacturer's website, the current model costs more than R2 million.

Source: Continental GT_ kg/

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