Mushmellow

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Mushmellow
MKT Icon Mushmellow.png
The Mushmellow in Mario Kart Tour
Strong stats Acceleration, Handling and Drift
Weak stats Speed, Weight and Items
Appearances Mario Kart DS, Mario Kart Tour

The Mushmellow is a kart first seen in Mario Kart DS. It has a similar design to the Mash Run from Mario Kart Arcade GP 2. The kart's name is a portmanteau of "mushroom" and "marshmallow", also including the word "mellow".

History[edit]

Mario Kart DS[edit]

The Mushmellow is Toad's first special kart. It has average handling tying with the Standard LG, Streamliner, ROB-BLS and Standard RB. It also has average drift matching the Hurricane, Standard TD and Standard BW. It has fairly low speed, matching the Standard TD and Royale. It has low weight tying with the Egg 1. Its items stat is low, but features and high acceleration tying with the Standard TD, Egg 1, Standard YS and Cucumber.

The kart is unlocked for Yoshi and Dry Bones as well when the player gets gold trophies in all Nitro or Retro Courses in 150cc, and becomes available for everyone else when gold trophies are obtained in every cup in Mirror Mode.

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

It has been requested that this section be rewritten and expanded to include more information.

The Mushmellow returns in Mario Kart Tour. It appears to be equipped with a new set of tires debuting in said game. It is classified as a Normal kart, and yields more points while using Jump Boosts.

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Mario Kart DS[edit]

  • Speed: 4/10
  • Acceleration: 9/10
  • Weight: 3/10
  • Handling: 7/10
  • Drift: 7/10
  • Items: 3/10

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マッシュ
Masshu
Mush
Spanish Champibólido Combination of "Mushroom" and "Sports Car" respectively.
French Champmignon Pun on champignon (mushroom) and mignon (cute)
German Pilzkarre Mushroom Car
Italian Fungomobile Mushroomobile
Portuguese (NOA) Cogumóvel Pun on cogumelo (mushroom) and móvel (mobile)
Korean 버돌호
Beodol-ho
Mushboy ("버" is shortened from "버섯", meaning "Mushroom".)
("-돌"(乭) is a suffix commonly used behind Korean male names, and "호" is attached behind the name of trains, ships, or karts.)