Sugarscoot

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Sugarscoot
Sugarscoot-Peach.png
Princess Peach on her Sugarscoot.
Size Class Medium
Strong stats Acceleration, Handling, Off-Road, Mini-Turbo
Weak stats Speed, Weight, Drift
Appearances Mario Kart Wii

The Sugarscoot (known as the Bon Bon in the PAL regions) is a medium-sized bike that appears in Mario Kart Wii. As the NTSC name suggests, the Sugarscoot resembles a motorized scooter. The PAL name, "Bon Bon", means candy or a type of chocolates in some countries. There is a four-point star shape at the front of the bike and has a spare tire on the back. Its kart counterpart is the unlockable Daytripper, making them the only pair of vehicles in which one is a starting vehicle, while the other has to be unlocked. A Star is under the wheel-covering part on the front.

The City Tripper from Mario Kart 8 resembles this bike.

Stats[edit]

Speed: 32/80
Weight: 32/80
Acceleration: 54/80
Handling: 62/80
Drift: 35/80
Off-road: 51/80
Mini-turbo: 56/80
Drift Type:
Out

The Sugarscoot features great handling with good acceleration, off-road, and Mini-Turbo. However, its speed, weight, and drifting are pretty low. It is notable for being the lightest and the slowest medium vehicle in the game. In fact, its weight and speed stat are exactly the same making the Sugarscoot the only vehicle in the game to have two identical stats by default. The Sugarscoot features the same weight as the Mini Beast. It is also is lighter than the Tiny Titan, making it the only medium vehicle to be lighter than a small vehicle.

Color schemes[edit]

A Mii on the Sugarscoot.
  • Mario (White body, red star-shaped front, handlebars and wheel covering, two blue spots at the back, black seat)
  • Luigi (White body, green star-shaped front, handlebars and wheel covering, two blue spots at the back, brown seat)
  • Peach (Beige body, pink star-shaped front, handlebars and wheel covering, two yellow spots at the back, brown seat)
  • Daisy (White body, orange star-shaped front, handlebars and wheel covering, two turquoise spots at the back, yellow seat)
  • Yoshi (Light Green body, white star-shaped front, handlebars and wheel covering, two light-green spots at the back, red seat)
  • Birdo (White body, magenta star-shaped front, handlebars, wheel covering and seat, two red spots at the back)
  • Diddy Kong (Light Brown body, red star-shaped front, handlebars and wheel covering, two yellow spots at the back, brown seat)
  • Bowser Jr. (Yellow body, dark green star-shaped front, handlebars, and wheel covering, black seat, two yellow spots at the back)
  • Male Mii (White body, black star-shaped front, handlebars and wheel covering, two white spots at the back, brown seat)
  • Female Mii (White body, cadet blue star-shaped front, handlebars and wheel covering, two white spots at the back, brown seat)

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キャンディ
Kyandi
Candy
Spanish Ciclomotor Dulzón Sweet Moped
French Étincelle Spark
Italian Scooter Filante Racy Scooter