The Indianapolis Colts are playing in Super Bowl XLIV Sunday and we wanted to know what some of the players drive. What would it cost if they took out a car loan to pay for the vehicle?
The recently married and new father Hank Baskett (#81), wide receiver for the Indianapolis Colts, has a Chrysler 300, according to his wife Kendra Wilkinson’s blog. Kendra even had it customized by adding a custom stereo system and a new interior for Hank’s birthday this past fall.
A top-of-the-line 2010 Chrysler 300 (without the V8 engine) has an MSRP of $37,415. Baskett’s 300 is most likely worth more, as it has a custom paint job and wheels.
With a price of $37,415, Baskett would pay $755 a month if he had a 48-month car loan with a 6% APR and 20% down payment. While this is more than most Americans pay for their auto loans, in the world of millionaire professional athletes, it’s a bargain.
Top image via kendrawilkinson.celebuzz.com. Bottom image via zimbio.com.