Booster Seat

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Booster Seat
Baby Booster
Baby Luigi's Booster Seat
Baby Luigi's Booster Seat
Size Class Small
Strong stats Acceleration, Handling, Off-Road, Mini-Turbo
Weak stats Speed, Weight
Appearances Mario Kart Wii

The Booster Seat (known as the Baby Booster in the British English version) is a small-sized kart that appears in Mario Kart Wii. The kart is a baby stroller with an engine and two exhaust pipes in the back, a pair of headlamps on the front of the vehicle, and a roof that opens when the character performs a trick or tosses items. The character's emblem is located on the front and the back of the cab. It has higher pitched sounds than the Standard Kart thus hinting it is a two stroke. The engine is the gray block underneath the body.

This kart is one of the seven vehicles that go through a design change as well as a color change, the others being the Bit Bike, Wario Bike, Flame Runner, Shooting Star, Spear and Phantom. In this case, Baby Mario and Baby Luigi's Booster Seats lack frills on their roofs and Koopa Troopa and Dry Bones' Booster Seats have a bird's eye view of their shells on their hub-caps. Of the seven vehicles, it is the only one to be a kart as opposed to a bike.

The Booster Seat's bike counterpart is the Bit Bike. This and the Bit Bike are the only vehicles in the game to have a speed stat of less than thirty.

Stats[edit]

Speed: 27/80
Weight: 27/80
Acceleration: 56/80
Handling: 64/80
Drift: 37/80
Off-road: 54/80
Mini-turbo: 59/80
Vehicle type:
Drift

The Booster Seat has the best handling among all karts in the game. It also has high acceleration, off-road, and Mini-Turbo stats. Its drift is about average. However, the kart is very light and is the slowest kart in the game. The Booster Seat also features the same weight as the Jet Bubble, the same drift stat as the Sprinter, and the same mini-turbo stat as the Wild Wing and the Shooting Star.

Color schemes[edit]

The Booster Seat's roof opens
Character Color scheme Image Character Color scheme Image
Baby Mario White cab, blue roof, blue hub-caps, red stripe, no frills, white outline, red wheels with stars on it Baby Mario's Booster Seat Baby Luigi White cab and roof, yellow hub caps, green stripe, no frills, gray outline, green wheels with stars on it Baby Luigi's Booster Seat
Baby Peach Light pink cab, pink roof and frills, pink hub caps, white stripe, yellow outline, white wheels with red and blue dots on it Baby Peach's Booster Seat Baby Daisy Pale orange cab, orange roof and frills, viridian green hub caps, white stripe, viridian green outline, yellow-orange wheels with squares on it Baby Daisy's Booster Seat
Toad Blue cab, yellow roof with red frills and stripe, blue outline, red hub caps, yellow wheels with dots on it Toad's Booster Seat Toadette Magenta cab, white roof, pink frills, magenta hub caps and stripe, pink outline, hot pink wheels with dots on it Toadette's Booster Seat
Koopa Troopa Mint-green cab, light green roof and frills, green hub-caps with shell design, white stripe, turquoise outline and wheels with stripes on it Koopa Troopa's Booster Seat Dry Bones Black cab and roof with black frills, maroon stripe, pale gray outline, gray hub-caps with shell design, dark gray wheels with stripes on it Dry Bones' Booster Seat
Male Mii White cab, light blue roof and frills, white stripe, light blue hub-caps, blue wheels with stars on it Booster Seat from Mario Kart Wii Female Mii White cab, magenta roof and frills, white stripe, pink hub-caps, hot pink wheels with stars on it Booster Seat from Mario Kart Wii

Trading Card information[edit]

Trading Card

"A baby buggy on the race track!? Starting 'em young! The Booster Seat definitely belongs in the Lightweight category. Expect strong stats in Acceleration and Handling with lower numbers in Speed and Weight categories."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スーパーベビィカー
Sūpā Bebī Kā
Super Baby Car
French (NOA) Rehausseur Booster Seat
French (NOE) Auto-pousse The suffix comes from the word poussette, "baby stroller" in French.
German Baby-Booster Baby-Booster
Italian Culla a reazione Jet Cradle
Korean 슈퍼유모차
Syupeo Yumocha
Super Stroller
Spanish Supercuna Super Cradle