“My Dream Car”: Man Buys 2023 Mercedes AMG GLE 53 Worth Over R1.4m, His Girlfriend Rejoices in Video

“My Dream Car”: Man Buys 2023 Mercedes AMG GLE 53 Worth Over R1.4m, His Girlfriend Rejoices in Video

  • A video of a lady and her boyfriend that captured the moment the man was going to buy a 2023 Mercedes AMG GLE 53 stirred reactions
  • The car dealership decorated the ride before taking the man and his lover to see what they came to buy
  • Many TikTokers who thronged the video's comment section said the 2023 Mercedes AMG GLE 53 is their dream car

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In a video, a young lady, @slehna, revealed how she accompanied her boyfriend to a car dealership when he wanted to buy a 2023 Mercedes AMG GLE 53.

While waiting in the dealership showroom, the lady said they checked out other beautiful automobiles. She even showed people a green cruiser which she tagged her future car.

2023 Mercedes AMG GLE 53/Man bought expensive car.
Many said that the man bought their dream car. Photo source: @slehna
Source: UGC

Man buys 2023 Mercedes AMG GLE 53

The man's new purchase was decorated with ribbons before they were taken to see it. The lady posed in front of the Benz and later hugged her lover. According to CarBuzz, the vehicle is worth a little over R1.4 million.

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The owner was shown how to activate some features in the Benz. Seconds after, he drove out the 2023 Mercedes AMG GLE 53

Watch the video below:

As of the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 1400 comments and more than 140,000 likes.

Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:

Matthew Tunde said:

"Congratulations. I claim this too. I’d buy my own too. AMG GLE has always been my dream car too."

onalerona said:

"I don't go home after buying a car. I head straight to the highway."

Emmanuel asked:

"He got my dream car what job he do?"

She replied:

"He works in tech. he’s a release train engineer."

DJ said:

"I’m so happy for y’all one of my dream cars."

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ROSE said:

"God please keep me alive so I can enjoy everything I deserve. Congratulations."

Connie Ferguson’s R30 Million Car Collection Leaves Mzansi Drooling, From Lamborghini Urus to Rolls Royce

Meanwhile, Briefly News reported that Connie Ferguson never brags about her wealth on social media, but the star has a mouthwatering car collection.

Ferguson, regarded as one of the wealthiest celebrities in South Africa, reportedly has an impressive R30 million car collection.

According to The South African, The Queen actress enjoys many fancy rides. The 52-year-old star's mouthwatering car collection includes a R4 million Austin Martin, R4.7 million Lamborghini Urus, R4.8 million Rolls Royce, R2.7 million Maserati, R6 million Bentley, R2.4 million Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG, R3.7 million Range Rover and a R1.9 million Mercedes Benz AMC63.

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