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Nick's Car Information Guide

Napisany przez Nick33BC, 16-04-2019, 19:42
Nick's Car Information Guide

Offline Nick33BC

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I noticed there is not much information on what cars are actually like to drive before you buy them. So a lot of people have to ask about cars in-game all the time. But if you have been on the server for a while you will know that asking randoms on the server generally gives you a lot of wrong answers. Hopefully this guide will help a few people.

I will add more cars and information as i go. I have not used all the cars in the game. So i will only be telling you about the cars that i use and have tested.

Everything i say about these cars is from my own experience with them. They may be better or worse, Easier or harder for you to drive. This is just to help get a idea on what they are like.



Difficulty to Learn. Less = Easier to Learn to drive. More = Harder to learn to drive, Especially for new players.
Difficulty to Master. Less = Lower skill ceiling. Easier to handle, Even with max score. More = Will require lots of practice to get good at, With a high skill ceiling.
Overall usefulness in Racing. How useful it is at URLs, Top Times and General Racing.




E Class:

 Manana: (Front Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 10
       Difficulty to Learn: 2
       Difficulty to Master: 5
The Manana has great acceleration and its handling is great for super tight courses.
It is top tier for LSAP 300 URLs and is very usable in 250 URLs.
It is the best for setting top times on Street X for E class.

It is also easy to drive and easy to dyno. Manana is a great car for new players.

 
 Intruder: (Rear Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 9
       Difficulty to Learn: 5
       Difficulty to Master: 8
The Intruder is great for longer courses.
It is not very useful in URLs but it is good for regular races.
It is the fastest car for E class top time setting on most Circuits and Sprints.

This car while very fast, Is fairly difficult to control, Difficult to dyno and its shape makes it easy to get rekt by lamps. I recommend it to people with a bit of experience but not complete newbies. For a E class RWD car i would recommend the Primo to new players instead.


 Washington: (Rear Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 1.5
       Difficulty to Learn: 5
       Difficulty to Master: 8
The Washington is not useful for top time setting or any URLs!
It has big suspension problems making it very difficult to drive and dyno.
Its handling and acceleration is not bad, But the suspension problem is unfixable.

Washington is the only car out of the starting selection of cars that i highly recommend avoiding for new players.


 Bravura: (Front Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 6      
       Difficulty to Learn: 1
       Difficulty to Master: 4.5
The Bravura is super stable and easy to drive, But lacks the speed of other cars in its class.
The Bravura has less acceleration and is larger than the Manana making it generally the worse choice.
But it is not bad, Its handling is still very good and easy to control.

If you want a FWD E class car i would recommend the Manana. But if you already chose the Bravura or you really want the Bravura it's still a fine car to use.

D Class:

 Club: (Front Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 10
       Difficulty to Learn: 2
       Difficulty to Master: 6.5
The Club is a outstanding FWD car with great handling.
It is not great at URLs but it's amazing at standard races.
The Club is great at setting top times for Street X, Circuits and Sprints.
It is pretty easy to learn and control as well. But it seems that the suspension starts to have problems with a fluctuating frame rate. A solid 60fps seems to fix this problem.

The Club is a great choice for both new players and top time setters. But making dynos for it is not the easiest.


 Kuruma: (All Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 9
       Difficulty to Learn: 6
       Difficulty to Master: 10
The Kuruma is very fast for its class, But it has problems that make it hard to control.
The Kuruma is not great for any URLs really. But it can be very good at top times.
It has great acceleration, But its centre of mass is set far to the rear by default and even with +10 Centre of mass you will get oversteer on curbs.

It is a very good car for the class. But i do not recommend the Kuruma for newer players, Unless they at least have a good dyno for it.


 Fortune: (Rear Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 5
       Difficulty to Learn: 2
       Difficulty to Master: 5
The Fortune is not that fast but it is easy to drive.
It of course is not good for any URLs.
If you are on a map made for RWD cars there's a chance it would be able to set a top time, But not for most maps.

It's not a bad car, But it's not that great. An ok choice of you want a RWD in D class.

C Class:

 Uranus: (Rear Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 7.5
       Difficulty to Learn: 5
       Difficulty to Master: 9.5


 Deluxo: (Rear Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 10
       Difficulty to Learn: 4
       Difficulty to Master: 8
The Deluxo has super fast acceleration for its class and it's handling is very good too.
The Deluxo is top tier for 350 LSAP URLs.
It is top tier for C class top times on Circuits, Sprints and URLs.
The Deluxo is far superior to most of C class and its wall riding ability can make it completely overpowered on some tracks.
The only downside to it is that its suspension is not great. Making the car react randomly from time to time on bumps.

The Deluxo of course is highly recommended for C class, But you have to complete 50 Diamond Hunts in a row to unlock it.


 Flash: (Front Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 5.5
       Difficulty to Learn: 3.5
       Difficulty to Master: 6

B Class:

 Super GT: (Rear Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 10
       Difficulty to Learn: 6
       Difficulty to Master: 10
The Super GT is a superb overall car that can be used for many gamemodes.
It is top tier for 300 and 350 Bayview URLs.
It's great for toptimes in almost all Street X races, circuits and sprints in it's class.
It does not have the best acceleration in class, But its handling is exceptionally good.
But don't expect to instantly be great at driving it. It can easily slide and oversteer if you are not careful. So being consistant with it takes practice.

It is of course a highly recommended car. I even recommend it to new players who just unlocked B class. Learning this car will greatly help you on the server.


 Sultan: (All Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 8
       Difficulty to Learn: 2.5
       Difficulty to Master: 8
The Sultan has great acceleration and is useful for B Class.
It is high tier for 300 LSAP URLs and can do alright in other 300 or 350 URLs.
It is great for general racing in Circuits and Sprints, And it's top tier for some races that require more acceleration for top times.
It's quite easy to drive and dyno, Making it a favorite for new players.


Sultan is a great all rounder car for all skill levels. A bit easier to drive if the SGT gives you trouble and a useful car to have in your garage.


 Buffalo: (Rear Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 6
       Difficulty to Learn: 5
       Difficulty to Master: 9.5


 Jester: (Rear Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 5
       Difficulty to Learn: 6
       Difficulty to Master: 9.5


 Elegy: (Rear Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 7
       Difficulty to Learn: 5
       Difficulty to Master: 7
The Elegy has exceptionally good acceleration. Making it almost feel like a A class car in a straight line.
It has trouble getting around corners though. Which makes it not great for URLs and a lot of races.
But it is completely unmatched at Drag races and tracks with lots of straights. Meaning it is useful for top times.

The Elegy is not the best choice for normal racing, But it's very good at its specialties. So i wouldn't recommend it to most players, Unless its specialties are what you are looking for.

A Class:

 Infernus: (Rear Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 10
       Difficulty to Learn: 2
       Difficulty to Master: 9


 Bullet: (Rear Wheel Drive)
       Overall usefulness: 6
       Difficulty to Learn: 6
       Difficulty to Master: ?
The suspension will try to kill you.
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Offline Jamesrobinson

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well nice information,but is it's incomplete yes?
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Offline Sardyna153

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my first car was Washington
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Offline Nick33BC

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(17-04-2019, 05:21)Jamesrobinson Wrote: well nice information,but is it's incomplete yes?
Yeah it is incomplete. I will be updating it as i go. And the information is only about the cars that i have used enough to understand and there is many cars i have not even maxed yet.
(17-04-2019, 12:05)Sardyna153 Wrote: my first car was Washington
My first car was the Washington too. I even skipped D and C class when i was new and just used the Washington all the way until B class. haha
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