A social media user by the name Pecunia Non Olet (Wallanski) shared the cost of fixing his Range Rover that had been involved in an accident that damaged one side of the front-end of the vehicle.
Wueh. It is not cheap.
A Toyota would’ve taken a few thousands, but this one gobbles up a cool Kshs. 1.7 million.
Range Rovers Are For Rich People
Well, Toyotas and Range Rovers cannot even be put in the same category. Whereas a Toyota owner can buy a spare part in single parts, a top of the range vehicle owner such as Mercedes Benz, BMWs and Range Rovers requires that spare parts come in pairs.
Check out the pictures below showing the cost of repairing the damaged Range Rover pictured above:
The pain, the horror, the anguish…. $16,000 to fix that… pic.twitter.com/ksaEDzM51F
— Pecunia Non Olet. (@WAllanski) August 8, 2019