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Manny Khoshbin reveals insane cost of owning a fleet of supercars

by Connor Bennett
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Popular YouTuber Manny Khoshbin has revealed the eye-watering cost that it takes to keep his fleet of super and hypercars maintained even though they might not see the road on a regular basis.

Car YouTubers can lay claim to some of the most extravagant and unique collections of vehicles in the world but Manny Khoshbin, a real estate investor by-day, has amassed one of the best around. 

The California native owns five different Mercedes SLR', three unique Bugatti’s, a Porsche 935, a Mclaren 650s, Ferrari GT, Mclaren Senna, Mclaren P1, Pagani Huayra, as well as a Tesla Model X, and keeps them all in a custom garage that is located in Irvine.

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Manny has made his money in real estate but splashed out on cars.

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As you might expect, it isn’t cheap to own the incredible fleet and it’s even more expensive to keep them maintained – even if they aren’t on the road as regular as you might expect. In fact, Manny revealed how much it costs to keep them all in tip-top shape by explaining how much he pays in oil and tyre changes, services, cleaning, insurance, and the cost of his garage.

Just for servicing and oil changes, the cars set the YouTuber back around $115,000. Though he gets a “super deal” on a weekly detailing and cleaning, that also costs him an additional $36,000 a year. 

One of the biggest costs, perhaps unsurprisingly, comes in the form of insurance. “I have a blanket policy because I don’t drive all my cars all the time, and I think I pay close to $100,000 a year which is very cheap,” Manny added.

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Keeping the fleet of cars under one roof also sets him back around $180,000 a year but just to get the garage up to code with the local government standards cost around $700,000 for all the technology.

Now, with Manny shelling out all that cash just to keep the cars maintained and inside a custom garage, who knows how much it would cost if they were out burning rubber and guzzling fuel on a daily basis – not to mention the possibility of new parts. The already sky-high costs would go soaring even further.