Cars, Net Worth, Salary, Age & Wife
Diego Godin born 16 February 1986, is an Uruguayan professional footballer who plays as a center-back for Argentine Primera División club Vélez Sarsfield. He also captains the Uruguay national team. Regarded as one of the best defenders of his generation, he started his professional career with Cerro and three years later was transferred to Primera División side Nacional. He also played in Italy with Inter Milan and Cagliari, and in Brazil with Atlético Mineiro. As of now, Diego Godin is currently married to Sofia Godin. His estimated net worth stands at $2 Million, with an annual salary of $500,000. His car collection is small, yet it is decent.
1. Subaru Impreza
Subaru Impreza isn’t that remarkable car, but at its price point, it’s a decent compact car. The smallest of Subaru’s family, the Impreza is available in both a sedan and a hatchback. All-wheel drive is standard, and a spunky ride and a feasible interior design are among Impreza’s highlights. The car also offers plenty of safety features, which include driver-assistance tech in CVT-equipped vehicles. Buyers can opt for a manual gearbox or a CVT. While we are happy that Subaru offers a manual, its five-speed isn’t the one we’d recommend, as it is not accurate enough. Talking about the Fuel economy, too, is worse with the stick. But even with the CVT, the car struggles to take on fuel mileage with its more efficient rivals.
2. Range Rover Evoque
Range Rover Evoque is the snappy dresser of the subcompact-SUV class, and it’s guaranteed to turn heads. Neither its cargo capacity nor interior space is as generous as in rivals such as the BMW X1, Mercedes-Benz GLB-class, and Volvo XC40. The Rover offers a choice of two turbocharged four-pot engines but neither will save much at the pump, as their fuel efficiency is below average. Ultimately, the Evoque’s charm lies in its eye-catching styling language, tailored cabin, and luxury-brand cachet. On the plus side, its tall seating position gives it a more SUV-like feel than some lower-riding rivals.