Soda Jet

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Soda Jet
MKT Icon SodaJet.png
The Soda Jet in Mario Kart Tour
Strong stats Speed, Acceleration
Weak stats Weight, Off-Road
Appearances Mario Kart 7, Mario Kart Tour

The Soda Jet is a kart in Mario Kart 7. As its name states, it is a kart that is shaped like a jet, and uses actual jet engine sounds for its own engine. The emblem is located on the wings and either side of the tailfin.

History[edit]

Mario Kart 7[edit]

The Soda Jet is an unlockable kart part that offers a speed and acceleration boost, while hindering weight and off-road very slightly.

In gameplay, the CPU-controlled Koopa Troopa and Bowser can occasionally be seen driving a kart with this body, using the Paraglider and either the Mushroom or Wood tires for Koopa Troopa, or the Standard tires for Bowser.

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

The Soda Jet returns in Mario Kart Tour. It uses the Sponge tires from Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. It is classified as a Super kart. Mini-Turbos last longer and yield more points while using this kart.

Statistics[edit]

Mario Kart 7[edit]

  • Speed: +0.25
  • Sea Speed: -0.5
  • Air Speed: +0.5
  • Acceleration: +0.25
  • Weight: -0.25
  • Handling: 0
  • Sea Handling: 0
  • Air Handling: +0.25
  • Off-Road: -0.25
  • Mini-Turbo: +0.5
  • Stability: 0
  • Drift: +0.25

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

MKT Icon Mini-Turbo.png Mini-Turbo Plus
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Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ジェットサイダー
Jetto Saidā
Jet Cider (In Japan Cider means "Soda")
Spanish Jet Soda Soda Jet
French Jet 7 Pun on 'Jet set' (7 is pronounced as "sept" in French)
Dutch Brokkenpiloot Chunk Pilot (literally), a Dutch naming for a person who creates problems
German Soda-Jet Literal translation
Italian Aerobombo From the root "aero", meaning "aerial" and "bombo", literally "bumblebee", but suggesting something rounded
Portuguese Sodajato Sodajet
Russian Самолѐт
Samolét
Airplane
Korean 제트사이더
Jeteu Saideo
Mistranslation of "Jet Cider"; the correct translation would be "제트사이다" (Jeteu Saida)