It’s no secret that boxing champ-statesman Manny Pacquiao is ridiculously rich. But aside from playing genie to ice cream vendors by handing them a house and lot, Pacman spends a hefty amount on cars.
Aside from Manny’s Honda CR-V, Ford Expedition, Cadillac Escalade, Hyundai Santa Fe, Mitsubishi Grandis, and Chevrolet Suburban, here are six more cars owned by Senator Manny Pacquiao that are worth a gander.
1. Mitsubishi Pajero
The Mitsubishi Pajero is said to be the first car Manny bought. In 2018, this vehicle retails for almost PHP 2.6 million.
2. Hummer H2
After Pacquiao was elected senator, his security needed an upgrade. For this reason, he purchased a bulletproof Hummer H2. One Hummer vehicle roughly costs around $25,000 – $59,880 (PHP 1.3 million – 3 million).
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3. Lincoln Navigator
According to Edmunds, a Lincoln Navigator costs around $63,195 – $76,645 (PHP 3.3 million – 4 million). The Lincoln is produced by Ford and this particular van is said to be the boxing legend’s favorite car.
4. Mercedes SL550
This bad boy costs around $112,300 (PHP 5.9 million). Manny Pacquaio was repeatedly pictured riding this vehicle.
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5. Porsche Cayenne Turbo S
According to Porsche’s website, a 2018 Cayenne Turbo S retails for $161,600 (PHP 8.5 million). Manny purchased this car back in 2006, as a gift to himself after beating Erik Morales in their rematch.
6. Ferrari 458 Italia: Grey Edition
You will not believe how much this one costs. One Ferrari 458 is sold for a whopping $234,000- $300,000 (PHP 12.3 million – 15.8 million). Other famous personalities like Ozzy Osbourne, Justine Bieber, and Nick Mason own a similar Ferrari make.
With Manny Pacquiao’s hard work and perseverance both in the ring and out of it, he definitely deserves to indulge from time to time.
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