If there's one thing Tasha Mack made clear in season 4 of The Game, it's that she's a baller. When Dante questioned her about her decadent taste in everything from dinner to her new Maserati, she made it clear that she was going to keep balling.
Well, if you can afford it why not? This is the time of year when car dealers are offering incentives and showcasing their best for the new year. Whether you're balling out of control like Tasha Mack or a little more conservative in your spending like Dante, there's a car out there for you. Here's a few that might be worth your attention.
Janay might not have been impressed with Derwin's Porsche, but we think it's worth a mention. The 2012 911 Carrera Cabriolet will only set you back $96,5000.
When it comes to luxury SUV's, few can compare to Range Rover's boxy and rugged design. It's a classic and it never goes out of style. The Range Rover Sport goes for $60,495.
There's something about big cats. The 2012 Jaguar XJ is elegant, luxurious, powerful and modern. It's a driving experience starting at $73,700.
2012 Toyota Prius is no laughing matter. Known for its great gas mileage, futuristic appeal and eco-friendly design this car could make you the envy of your friends-especially at the pump. $23,500.
Volkswagen's Touareg V6 Sport will definitely get you noticed. With a 280 horsepower engine and touch screen capability and luxury, you'll never look at a VW the same. $42,975.
Toyota endorsement began with giving Melanie the latest Camry and watching it crash as their relationship faltered. But just like Derwin and Melanie, Camry is back and better than ever. Refining their recent redesign, the car maker has refined their classic sedan starting at $21,900.
Good things come in small packages and the Ford Focus is proof. This hybrid offers 28/38 mpg and only starts at $18,300. Available in both a 5 door (shown) and a sedan, the Ford Focus' interior has touch screen features, leather seats and voice commands. Who knew?!