Luxury Car Collection of Tyrese Haliburton


Cars, Net Worth, Salary, Age & Girlfriend

Tyrese Haliburton born February 29, 2000, is an American professional basketball player for the Indiana Pacers of the NBA. He played college basketball for the Iowa State Cyclones and was drafted by the Sacramento Kings in the 2020 NBA draft. Listed at 6 feet 5 inches and 84 kg, he plays the point guard position. Born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Haliburton was a consensus three-star recruit from Oshkosh North High School, whom he led to a state championship in his senior season. As a freshman at Iowa State, he set the program’s single-game assists record. He had breakout success as a sophomore and was named to the second-team All-Big 12 Conference despite suffering a season-ending wrist injury. As of now, Tyrese Haliburton is currently dating Jade Jones. His estimated net worth stands at $5 Million, with an annual salary of $800,000. His car collection is small, yet decent.

1. Land Rover Range Rover

Tyrese Haliburton Land Rover
Range Rover

Tyrese Haliburton Land Rover Range Rover is what global elites get attracted to the Range Rover. As, this doesn’t offer the SUV’s legendary off-road capability, but rather it is effortlessly elegant styling, an opulent cabin, and the A-list status that it’s developed over the years. Starting with a turbocharged inline-six with a 48-volt hybrid system named P400. This churns out 395 hp. On testing, it proved to be buttery-smooth and provided enough juice to pull the large-bodied Rover around. While a 523-hp twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 engine; Land Rover named it P530 is even vivacious and cranks up the Range Rover’s towing capacity to 8200 pounds.

2. Nissan Rogue Sport

Tyrese Haliburton Nissan
Rogue Sport

Nissan Rogue Sport is the elder Rogue’s little brother. It boasts a lot of the same styling and features as the last-gen Rogue SUV. The Sport’s size puts it into the subcompact SUV class competing with rivals such as the Jeep Compass, Kia Seltos, and the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport. Perky around the city, but the Sport quickly runs out of air when accelerating to highway speeds. And it’s not rated for towing. The four-cylinder lying away under the Rogue Sport’s hood makes 141 horsepower and is paired with a CVT.

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