See The Expensive Range Rover A Man Wants To Sell For 400k That Got People Talking
By Vicdeboss | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 22097 views
Twitter users can't help but wonder what could be the reason why an exotic range rover would want to be sold for 400 thousand naira. Photos of the range rover were shared by a Twitter user and people couldn't believe the price he called for it.
This same range rover that worth millions of naira wants to be sold for 400 thousand naira.
Photos he shared on Twitter
The man who shared photos of the range rover said that its the owner that wants to sell it for that price as his sincerity was questioned by users.
Some Nigerians are willing to pay double the price
Reactions on Twitter
Range rovers are among the most expensive modern cars we have today, what do you think could be the reason why he plans to sell it for an amount that's not up to half the price.
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