The day Pepe Reina sold his car to Luis Suárez

The day Pepe Reina sold his car to Luis Suárez

As you hear it, Pepe Reina and Luis Suárez forged a great friendship during their time at Liverpool. This friendship was reflected when the goalkeeper sold the Uruguayan striker his own Cadillac Escalade. Find out about all the news below!

When we mention Pepe Reina, we are talking about one of the Spanish footballers most loved by his country. Love that was won after proclaiming himself champion in Euro 2008, world champion in 2010, champion again in Euro 2012 and runner-up in the 2013 Confederations Cup, after losing the final against Brazil. A fact that puts him on a par with other great Spanish porteños such as Iker Casillas, Santiago Cañizares, David De Gea, among others.

On the club side, the Spaniard knew how to defend the goals of Barcelona, ​​Villarreal, Liverpool, Napoli, Bayer Munich, Milan, Aston Villa and Lazio. An enviable career for the goalkeeper who, even at 39, continues to defend the colors of the “yellow submarine”.

As we mentioned before, the Spaniard managed to force a friendly relationship with striker Luis Suarez. So much so, that the goalkeeper, with more years of experience, decided to sell one of his most luxurious cars of the time to his teammate. Let’s see what the vehicle in question is about!

We are talking about a Cadillac Escalade, a 5-door SUV, with a 6-speed automatic gearbox and all-wheel drive.. Taking into account that we are talking about a 2010 model, it had certain comfort elements such as three-zone climate control, electric sunroof, leather upholstery and even a rear entertainment system.

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Under its hood rests a V8-cylinder engine with 409 horsepower and a maximum torque of 563 Nm. It has a fuel tank of up to 98 L and an average consumption of 14.5 L/100 km. The vehicle is capable of reaching a top speed of 170 km/h and accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.7 seconds. Its purchase value is around 85,000 euros.

This is what the vehicle in question looked like.