Osebo The Zaraman Says Maintaining A Fleet of Luxury Cars Was Hell, Shares His Troubles With Mercedes Benz

Osebo The Zaraman Says Maintaining A Fleet of Luxury Cars Was Hell, Shares His Troubles With Mercedes Benz

  • Celebrity stylist Richard Brown, popularly known as Osebo, shared the cost involved in maintaining luxury cars
  • According to the fashionista, importing genuine car parts from overseas always created a dent in his finances
  • Osebo added that even though second-hand/used parts were available in Ghana, using them doesn't last as long as the new ones
  • He disclosed his suffering during an interview on Wheels On YEN, the special cars series by YEN.com.gh

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Ghanaian fashion icon Osebo the Zaraman has had much to say about keeping luxury cars in good condition in Ghana.

Aside from the rough road that wears out the parts quickly, he added that getting genuine replacements in the country was nearly impossible.

For Osebo, the cost involved in shipping authentic parts for his Benz models was too expensive that he had to sell some off.

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Osebo the Zaraman says it is expensive to maintain a Mercedes-Benz car in Ghana
A collage of Osebo posed with his Mercedes-Benz cars in the background Image credit: @osebo_thezaraman
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Osebo is known as a lover of all things fine and expensive, including his means of transport. But his taste for high-end products caused him more than he bargained for.

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He told YEN.com.gh's entertainment team the expenditure in maintaining his 14 cars, especially the Mercedes-Benz models.

"Maintainance is not easy, especially for Benz cars, particularly the one with ballon shocks. And if it's 4matic, that one is crazy expensive. Plus, you won't get genuine parts like the shocks to buy in Ghana."
"I had one V12 and one V8 biturbo. I can use two hours to get to Kumasi with that one. The shocks started worrying me, and I couldn't get some to buy in Ghana. So I had to sell them off."

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Previously, Fashion icon Richard Brown disclosed exclusively to YEN.com.gh how he started building wealth for his 13-year-old daughter.

According to Osebo, his daughter has always loved houses, so he knew that was the perfect gift for her.

He added that it was also a wise investment as buying real estate properties appreciates more than maintaining a luxury car.

Osebo sells nine luxury cars, explains what he invested the money into

In other news, YEN.com.gh bagged an exclusive from Osebo the Zaraman, where he revealed why he sold some of his cars to buy real estate.

Osebo owned fourteen expensive luxury cars, including BMW 740, Mercedes-Benz S-Class (S550 and S360), Range Rover Vogue, and Ford F150.

He said he was advised by his spiritual father, Apostle Kwadwo Safo, to buy houses for a safer investment portfolio.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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Grace Afua Somuah-Annan (Deputy HOD Entertainment) Grace Somuah-Annan is the Deputy HOD of the entertainment desk at YEN with over five years of experience in digital media. She graduated from the Ghana Institute of Journalism (2018) with a bachelor's in Communications (Public Relations). Grace Afua started her professional career as a writer at Pulse Ghana, and editorial assistant at Media General's 3news.com. Email: grace.somuah-annan@yen.com.gh

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