Waluigi Racer

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Waluigi Racer
The Waluigi Racer from Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
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Kart driver Waluigi
Waluigi Stadium
The Waluigi Racer in action

The Waluigi Racer is Waluigi's signature kart in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!. It is a middleweight kart unlocked by completing the Flower Cup in 100cc. The Waluigi Racer is colored purple and dark gray, with a pointed front resembling Waluigi's nose. It has a body style similar to a bike and looks similar to the Zipper from Mario Kart DS and The Duke from Mario Kart 8.

According to the game, the Waluigi Racer shares the same stats as the Red Fire, but it is actually slightly heavier than most other middleweight karts, being just as heavy as the Turbo Yoshi.

In terms of its actual stats, while the Waluigi Racer's top speed is tied with that of the Red Fire, it shares the same acceleration as the Bloom Coach. Interestingly, when compared to all the other middleweight karts, the Waluigi Racer loses the least amount of speed whenever it goes off-road.

The Waluigi Racer is also wider than other karts in its class, making it more vulnerable to oncoming items or ones lying about. Likewise, the Waluigi Racer is quite bouncy while making jumps, which can greatly affect its speed on adverse terrain more than the other karts.

In Mario Kart Tour, there is a successor to the kart called the Waluigi Racer Mk. 2.


Mario Kart: Double Dash!!

  • Website bio: "Fast and sleek, the Waluigi Racer has good speed and acceleration. To unlock this kart, finish the 100cc Flower Cup with a 1st place win."

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ワルイージバギー
Waruīji bagī
Waluigi Buggy

German Waluigi-Renner
Waluigi Runner
Italian Waluigi mobile
Combination of Waluigi and Automobile
Spanish Biplaza Waluigi
Waluigi Two-Seater