MS Dhoni and his car collection are one of the best collections in India. It includes expensive cars, it includes humble cars and it includes some of the rare species too! Today we take you to a ride inside Dhoni’s garage where we see the beautiful possessions of India’s captain cool! MSD’s journey started from the Yamaha RX100 which he purchased from his own money that he earned from a cricket match. Time went on and now MSD owns various bikes and cars that enthusiasts across the globe desire! Let’s have a look at all the cars owned by MSD!

  1. Nissan Jonga

    Nissan Jonga | MS Dhoni & His cars
    Nissan Jonga | MS Dhoni & His cars

    This one is the latest addition into MSD’s garage! Dhoni’s love for muscular cars isn’t new but this time he took it to another level when he bought this vehicle used by the Indian army into his collection! This massive vehicle weighs 1 Ton and has been restored to life by SD Offroaders Nakodar based out of Jalandhar, Punjab. The Nissan Jonga used by the Indian army was built on the global variant of the Nissan Patrol 60. The restored Nissan Jonga looks absolutely stunning and guess what! MSD has increased its charm even more by riding it.

  2. Jeep Grand Cherokee

    Jeep Grand Cherokee | MS Dhoni & his cars
    Jeep Grand Cherokee | MS Dhoni & his cars

    This one was added into the collection by MSD in 2019. The Indian captain cool became the first owner of the Jeep Grand Cherokee in India. MSD was out for his army duties when this SUV was delivered to his home. As soon as he came back, he took this new addition in his collection out for a spin! He’s surely a petrolhead! A 6.2-litre supercharged V8 HEMI engine powers the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk and can sprint from 0-100 in just 3.2 seconds! This one generates 707 bhp with the help of the above-mentioned engine paired to an 8-speed automatic gearbox.

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  3. Ferrari 599 GTO

    Ferrari 599 GTO | MS Dhoni & His cars
    Ferrari 599 GTO | MS Dhoni & His cars

    This one is a really powerful car that resides inside MSD’s garage. The Ferrari 599 GTO comes with a 6.0-litre naturally aspirated V12 that makes 661hp. The fact to notice here is that this car was gifted to the former Indian skipper! This gift was delivered straight to his garage on the account of the Indian cricket team winning the world cup in 2011. As the name suggests, the Ferrari 599 was reserved for 599 customers only and you know it by now that MSD is surely one of them!

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  4. Hummer H2

    Hummer H2 | Ms Dhoni & His cars
    Hummer H2 | Ms Dhoni & His cars

    Remember this view from the past? Here’s MS Dhoni riding his Hummer H2 while New Zealand cricketers cheer up for him from their bus! Guess this was a badass move at his end! This one is in the collection of MS Dhoni and his cars since 2009. Dhoni privately imported this one and loves driving it quite often in his city. This one is powered by a 6.2-litre V8 petrol engine that generates a maximum power of 393 Bhp!

  5. Audi Q7

    Audi Q7 | MS Dhoni & His Cars
    Audi Q7 | MS Dhoni & His Cars

    This one is the last in our list of MS Dhoni and his cars. The Audi Q7 was the flagship SUV from Audi in India for quite long. They have now launched the Q8 for the Indian market so the skipper might decide to upgrade soon! The Q7 is powered by a 2.0-litre TFSI 4-cylinder petrol engine and a 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine. We are not sure about which one MSD drives. But whichever it is, Q7 is pure luxury with exceptional capabilities.

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This was all for our set of MS Dhoni and his cars. MSD is also believed to have imported a GMS Sierra. Yes, he’s an absolute fan of high rise SUVs and this time, its a pickup truck! Along with all these cars, MSD owns an exotic collection of bikes too! We will be back soon with all the bikes that he owns in another edition! Stay Tuned!

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