When most footballers retire from the beautiful game they often downgrade from their expensive cars to more affordable ones as in most instances a pay check at the end of the month is not guaranteed. It is largely known that costs of owning a high end car are astronomical so to save the little they have they downgrade. In the case of former Crystal Palace defensive midfielder Kagisho Dikgacoi the situation is not different. Post retirement he has since went to be the one of an affordable car according to his standards.
As one of South Africa's successful exports to European shores, Kagisho Dikgacoi rubbed shoulders with some of the biggest names in the football world. Having played in some of the biggest leagues across the world it is without a doubt that money is not an object to him.
As one of the most elite footballers of his generation we have since went to learn that Kagiso Dikgacoi loves big engines, by big engines I mean high end cars. Over the years while he was still in England he was spotted driving around in a Mercedes Benz C63. As if that was not enough he was also the owner of a Range Rover Sport, a car which is more popular in the football world.
To top it all, he was on a number of occasions spotted driving around in a Bentley Continental GT. According to one of South Africa's leading dealerships the high end car is priced at R5 690 000, making it one of the most expensive in the market. According to a number of verified sources the car can easily accelerate from 0 to 100km/hr in 3.7 seconds with a top speed of 319km/hr.
Having returned abroad post his retirement he can be seen driving around in a BMW X6. According to manufacturer's website the latest edition of the BMX X6 is priced at over R2 million.
Sources : https://www.instagram.com/kagisho_kg/
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