SOURCE: You Paid What
Have you ever wanted to drive the same cars celebrities like, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Aniston and Ryan Gosling drive? Well, you can and they're affordable on YouPaidWhat.ca.
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) March 04, 2013
Believe it or not, not all Hollywood stars drive Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Porsches or Mercedes luxury vehicles around Rodeo Drive. Forget about the six-figure-price-tag bling with big shiny wheels, loud sound systems and tinted windows; celebrities are driving cars that don’t require you to second mortgage. YPW is here to show you affordable cars driven by famous celebrities.
The Toyota Prius is an environment-friendly, affordable car that celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio, Ryan Gosling, Tom Hanks and Jennifer Aniston drive. Starting around $20,100 U.S. MSRP, the Prius uses Toyota’s latest technologies like an on-board computer system emission-controller and rough weather navigator. Toyota vehicles are designed with safety in mind and built to last.
The Dodge Charger is a favourite of 50 Cent and other hip-hop stars. This sedan is not only a steal when it comes to pricing (MSRP $26,000 U.S.) but also handles just as well against much more expensive sedans in its market space. Rappers don’t have to spend six figures when they’re getting the Charger. Although I’m sure they’ll be “pimping their ride” just a touch to add some bling.
The Mini Cooper combines German engineering with British design. Built by BMW, you know you’ll have the ultimate driving experience. Just ask Britney Spears; she has more money than she knows what to do with and a proud owner of a Mini. Starting at MSRP $19,700 U.S., this is probably the best celeb vehicle if you’re on a budget, as it’s not too expensive and a lot of fun to drive.
North Americans can visit http://www.youpaidwhat.ca to search for their very own celebrity car or to browse and purchase one of thousands of great-priced vehicles on the site. YPW's added value to Canadians offers them the very best prices in North America on US vehicles, including transport.
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