Clanky Kart

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Clanky Kart
Clanky Kart from Mario Kart Tour
The Clanky Kart in Mario Kart Tour
Appearances Mario Kart Tour

The Clanky Kart is a High-End kart in Mario Kart Tour. Introduced in the 2020 Trick Tour, it is the signature kart of Builder Toad and Captain Toad. The kart is a bronze-colored vehicle resembling a Mine Cart from Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker with tires that resemble the wheels on a Mine Cart, a big singular headlight, a treasure chest in the back, and an exhaust pipe resembling a pickaxe. The emblem is located on the sides of the kart, and its engine sound is shared with the Badwagon and Koopa King. The Clanky Kart increases the duration of Jump Boost speed boosts and the amount of points earned for performing Jump Boosts.

The Exploration Tour introduces two new variants of the Clanky Kart, the Clackety Kart and the Gold Clanky Kart, both of which are also classified as High-End karts.

Availability[edit]

The Clanky Kart has only appeared in certain pipes and is not currently a part of the Daily Selects set. The following table shows the kart's availability by tour.

Tour Availability
Trick Tour (2020) Trick Pipe 1
Trick Pipe 2
(spotlight)
Exploration Tour Exploration Pipe 1
(spotlight)
Exploration Pipe 2
Sunset Tour Sunset Pipe 1
Sunset Pipe 2
(spotlight)

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Special skill Jump Boost Plus icon from Mario Kart Tour Jump Boost Plus
Favorite courses
(Bonus points ×2)
3DS Toad Circuit R/T from Mario Kart Tour
3DS Toad Circuit R/T
SNES Ghost Valley 1R/T from Mario Kart Tour
SNES Ghost Valley 1R/T
GCN Dino Dino Jungle R/T from Mario Kart Tour
GCN Dino Dino Jungle R/T
3DS Toad Circuit T from Mario Kart Tour
3DS Toad Circuit T
SNES Mario Circuit 1T from Mario Kart Tour
SNES Mario Circuit 1T
DS Waluigi Pinball T from Mario Kart Tour
DS Waluigi Pinball T
SNES Koopa Troopa Beach 2T from Mario Kart Tour
SNES Koopa Troopa Beach 2T
SNES Mario Circuit 3R from Mario Kart Tour
SNES Mario Circuit 3R
N64 Choco Mountain from Mario Kart Tour
N64 Choco Mountain
GBA Sunset Wilds T from Mario Kart Tour
GBA Sunset Wilds T
RMX Rainbow Road 1R/T from Mario Kart Tour
RMX Rainbow Road 1R/T
Merry Mountain T from Mario Kart Tour
Merry Mountain T
Favored courses
(Bonus points ×1.5)
3DS Daisy Hills R/T from Mario Kart Tour
3DS Daisy Hills R/T*
N64 Kalimari Desert R/T from Mario Kart Tour
N64 Kalimari Desert R/T
3DS Shy Guy Bazaar R/T from Mario Kart Tour
3DS Shy Guy Bazaar R/T*
3DS Daisy Hills T from Mario Kart Tour
3DS Daisy Hills T
3DS Rainbow Road T from Mario Kart Tour
3DS Rainbow Road T
RMX Choco Island 1T from Mario Kart Tour
RMX Choco Island 1T
SNES Koopa Troopa Beach 2R from Mario Kart Tour
SNES Koopa Troopa Beach 2R**
N64 Choco Mountain T from Mario Kart Tour
N64 Choco Mountain T
DS Airship Fortress T from Mario Kart Tour
DS Airship Fortress T**
DS Airship Fortress R from Mario Kart Tour
DS Airship Fortress R
GBA Sunset Wilds from Mario Kart Tour
GBA Sunset Wilds
GBA Sunset Wilds R from Mario Kart Tour
GBA Sunset Wilds R

* indicates a favored course upgraded to a favorite course after reaching level 3. ** indicates a favored course upgraded to a favorite course after reaching level 6.

  • Mario Kart Tour Twitter: The Clanky Kart may fit more in a mine shaft than on the racetrack, but it's surprisingly speedy when it's not weighed down by any cargo (besides the driver, of course)![1]

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ガタゴトロッコ
Gatago Torokko
Rattling Minecart
Chinese (Simplified) 哐当哐当矿车
Chinese (Traditional) 匡噹匡噹礦車
French Wagonnet marron
German Bronzelore Bronze Wagon
Italian Minatore clang-clang Clang-Clang Miner
Korean 덜컹덜컹카트
Portuguese (NOA) Minerauto cobre Cobre means "copper", and minerauto is a portmanteau of minerar ("to mine") and auto ("automobile").
Spanish (NOA) Minamóvil de bronce Bronce means "bronze", and minamóvil is a portmanteau of mina ("mine") and móvil ("mobile").
Spanish (NOE) Vagoneta marrón Brown Cart

References[edit]

  1. ^ mariokarttourEN (April 30, 2020). Twitter. Retrieved April 30, 2020.