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The Quickshaw in Mario Kart Tour
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Weak stats
Appearances Mario Kart Tour

The Quickshaw is a High-End kart in Mario Kart Tour. It was introduced in the Tokyo Tour and is the signature kart of Peach (Kimono) and Mario (Happi). Its name is a portmanteau of the words "quick" and "rickshaw", which the vehicle is designed after. It uses a new set of tires which appear to resemble the wheels on a bicycle. The emblem is located on the front of the kart. The Quickshaw increases the duration of Rocket Start boosts and the number of points earned for performing Rocket Starts. A dark pink variant of this kart called the Sakura Quickshaw is introduced in the Ninja Tour, which also has the High-End classification.


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

Tour Availability
Tokyo Tour Tokyo Pipe 1
Tokyo Pipe 2
New Year's Tour New Year's Pipe 1
New Year's Pipe 2
Summer Festival Tour Summer Festival Pipe 1
Summer Festival Pipe 2
1st Anniversary Tour 1st Anniversary Pipe 1
1st Anniversary Pipe 2
Mario Tour Mario Pipe 1
Mario Pipe 2

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Special skill MKT Icon Rocket Start.png Rocket Start Plus
Favorite courses
(Bonus points ×2)
MKT Icon Dino Dino Jungle.png
GCN Dino Dino Jungle
MKT Icon Choco Island 2T.png
SNES Choco Island 2T
MKT Icon Mario Circuit 3R.png
SNES Mario Circuit 3R
MKT Icon 3DS Rainbow Road.png
3DS Rainbow Road
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur.png
Tokyo Blur
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur 2.png
Tokyo Blur 2
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur 2R.png
Tokyo Blur 2R
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur 2T.png
Tokyo Blur 2T
MKT Icon Toad Circuit.png
3DS Toad Circuit
MKT Icon 3DS Mario Circuit T.png
3DS Mario Circuit T
MKT Icon Paris Promenade R.png
Paris Promenade R
Favored courses
(Bonus points ×1.5)
MKT Icon DS Luigi's Mansion R.png
DS Luigi's Mansion R**
MKT Icon 3DS Rainbow Road T.png
3DS Rainbow Road T
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur R.png
Tokyo Blur R
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur T.png
Tokyo Blur T
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur RT.png
Tokyo Blur R/T
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur 2RT.png
Tokyo Blur 2R/T
MKT Icon Mario Circuit 2R.png
SNES Mario Circuit 2R
MKT Icon 3DS Mario Circuit.png
3DS Mario Circuit**
MKT Icon 3DS Mario Circuit R.png
3DS Mario Circuit R
MKT Icon Neo Bowser City T.png
3DS Neo Bowser City T*
MKT Icon Ghost Valley 1T.png
SNES Ghost Valley 1T
MKT Icon Vanilla Lake 1RT.png
SNES Vanilla Lake 1R/T*
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur 3T.png
Tokyo Blur 3T
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur 3R.png
Tokyo Blur 3R
MKT Icon Los Angeles Laps R.png
Los Angeles Laps R
MKT Icon Los Angeles Laps T.png
Los Angeles Laps T
MKT Icon New York Minute 3RT.png
New York Minute 3R/T
MKT Icon New York Minute 3R.png
New York Minute 3R
MKT Icon RMX Choco Island 2.png
RMX Choco Island 2
MKT Icon Donut Plains 2RT.png
SNES Donut Plains 2R/T

* 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 Quickshaw is the perfect way to cruise through the Tokyo tour! It's a High-End kart designed to look like a traditional rickshaw! Speed past your opponents and take in the sights the old-fashioned way!"[1]
    • "Mario (Happi) looks dapper in his traditional Japanese garb! He also brought along his Bob-omb Cannon to add a little flare to the festivities. The Quickshaw may hearken back to a simpler time, but don't underestimate its speed!"[2]


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese エドッコ
Could possibly come from Edo, Tokyo's former name.
Spanish (NOA) Carretaxi
Spanish (NOE) Turbipalanquín From "turbo" and "palanquín" (litter)
French Turbo-pousse-pousse Turbo Rickshaw
German Flinkscha From flink (quick) and Rikscha (rickshaw)
Italian Sciòrisciò From sciò ("shoo") and risciò ("rickshaw")
Portuguese Riquijá From riquixá ("rickshaw") and ("now", equivalent of "go" in countdowns)
Chinese (Traditional) 江戶子
Jiāng hù zi


  1. ^ mariokarttourEN (October 17, 2019). Twitter. Retrieved March 16, 2020.
  2. ^ mariokarttourEN (January 1, 2020). Twitter. Retrieved March 24, 2020.