Mathew Leckie Car Collection: Net Worth, Salary, Age & Wife

Mathew Allan Leckie Car Collection has some of the coolest cars in his car collections which he owns in his garage. Mathew Allan Leckie was born on the 4th of February,1991 (currently 31 years old in 2022) in Melbourne, Austria. Leckie is an Australian footballer who plays for the same Melbourne City FC as a midfielder, striker/second striker, and even as a wing-back in the A-League and also in the Australian national team. Talking about his Salary and Networth, Mathew Leckie earns a whopping salary of amount $6000 USD per week and also reports say that Mathew Leckie’s net worth is all about $5000000 USD.

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Mathew Allan Leckie’s Wife

Mathew Leckie with his Wife [source Facebook]
Mathew Leckie with his Wife [source Facebook]

Leckie was in a relationship with his girlfriend for many years and they both after so long decided to get married. Finally, Mathew married his long-lasting love, Laura Friese, on the 26th of May, 2016. After a year, This Couple also got blessed with their two daughters, Olivia & Valentina.

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Mathew Leckie Car CollectionPrice (USD)
Land Rover Evoque$46,000
Mercedes E Class$73,000
Mathew Leckie Car Collection

1. Land Rover Evoque

Land Rover Evoque via Ccarprice
Land Rover Evoque [via Ccarprice]

The Grandeur of the SUV is this Car which not only shows its road presence but also has a BADASS swag. That’s how we love to describe this beauty. The Range Rover Evoque, evolve its beauty as well as swag at the same time. This car is powered by a 246-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter four-pot¬†engine with a 9-speed, 4-wheel drive transmission, and can easily go from 0-60 mph in just 7.0 seconds.

2. Mercedes E Class

Mercedes E class [via Ccarprice]
Mercedes E class [via Ccarprice]

Mathew Leckie also owns this primal beauty as it shows how to rule the road with all its insanity. So, we are here with this beauty, the Mercedes E-Class offers a twin-turbo V8 with turbocharged four and six-cylinder engines.

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