Strategy Discussion

What should I do?

SinguSingu Member Posts: 4
Hello Community!

I’m not sure what I should do with my cars. Which cars should I upgrade?
Also How should I handle all the other cars? The C and D classes? Should I sell them and buy some packs? Or just leave them in my garage.
  I hope you guys can help me a bit. That would be great. Thank you :)



Answers

  • baestbaest Member Posts: 172 ✭✭✭
    Singu said:
    Hello Community!

    I’m not sure what I should do with my cars. Which cars should I upgrade?
    Also How should I handle all the other cars? The C and D classes? Should I sell them and buy some packs? Or just leave them in my garage.
      I hope you guys can help me a bit. That would be great. Thank you :)



    G'day!

    Definitely upgrade the Elise Sport 135 @ 233, especially if you haven't finished the campaign.

    The rest sort of depends on your garage space available. :)
  • SinguSingu Member Posts: 4
    Hey, thank you.

    I have space for 80 cars in total. My garage is full. The other cars are only C and D. Mostly I sell the small cars directly.
  • baestbaest Member Posts: 172 ✭✭✭
    Try and upgrade Trailblazer too, 332 is the general tune for it.  Not the greatest hillclimb car, but it gets the job done in lower RQ.

    Keep the Mazda 6 MPS as that will be updated to 4x4 in the next update and will have more uses ;)
  • SinguSingu Member Posts: 4
    Is it smart to sell all the D cars so I can use the videos to upgrade the C cars and sell them after the upgrades. So I can make money to buy ceramics. Does this work?
  • ReisningReisning Member Posts: 1
    Hey Singu.

    Maybe im misunderstanding you.

    You sell ALL grey, green and blue cars?

    How are you able to participate in events and challengemode that needs tuned grey/green/blue cars?

    Reis
  • GaborBartalGaborBartal Member Posts: 10
    edited October 21
    No clue if ads work for C cars if your lowest tier cars are C, but that sounds like a really, really bad strategy. You can upgrade C cars relatively easily, as D cars are abundant for fuse as you win rounds in events, and few thousand coins for normal tune, which is basically selling 1 or 2 D cars. For the same reason you should never, ever sell non-tuned C cars as you'd only get 2500 (which is less than three D cars, which you can get in 5 mins by playing a few rounds). Keep your C cars, and if you run low on space, fuse 3 worst ones to a B, but otherwise forget about B, A, S cars until you have a large selection of maxed out D, E, F cars.

    - Most events need lower-than-C cars, so realize how many events you can participate in if you have good cars of lower tiers. If you have them maxed (which is easy for below C cars), you have a chance of finishing higher, so it's a must to have good lower level cars.
    - Hell, even the weekly challenge alone is a good reason to keep and max out low level cars... The 20th round (I think) is always a Ceramic, so that's a free Ceramic weekly. But if you don't have low level cars, you can't even get started in the challenge, which is always heavily RQ-restricted in the first levels.

    - Keep low level cars and tune them up to max, but just the ones worth keeping (look around in forums). Only then focus on upgrading C or higher cars. Maybe tune some to 1.3-1.3-1.3 in the meantime but no higher.
    - As soon as you have gold, resist the urge to buy some pack like Ceramic; buy garage space until you have 5-10 free at least. At minimum you always have to have 3 free space to allow fusing cars. It's frustrating to have 0 and always browse what you can sell
    - If you have cars in your holding pool and you wish to keep 1 or 2, but have 3 space only (as the strategy above), do not add to the garage the ones to keep. Add the worthless ones, use them to fuse something, THEN you can add the keeper cars. And this last step should be delayed to near when the 24h expires, as once you go below 3 free space you're back to square one, struggling what to sell. And any time you sell a car you spent any money on upgrading, you lose money as you don't get 100% the value back.
    - Very importantly: Every 5th level you get an RQ offer or a free RQ pack. The offers are always the best value of all discounts, beats the regular store discounts by far. You probably noticed how the RQ offer are usually 1) discounted in the first place (e.g. 399 for a Ceramic instead of 499), 2) have extras added to it like +$10,000, +5 garage slots.
    Basically without paying for the game, you level up so fast in the game you can't even buy every 5th offer, so in theory you should never spend gold in the store at all - always save up for when you're near a 5th level, 500 to 1500 gold. In the long run, that's the best value, and such, best choice you can make in what to spend gold on.
    - And in general, regardless of level, if you need to choose what to keep, always keep specialist cars if you don't have a lot of (e.g. good drag ones, off road ones, 4WD slalom ones, etc) as they are harder to come by and most people will have the same specialist cars. You don't wanna be at a disadvantage because you kept the 5th all surface C car but threw away the offroad car that you only have 2 other of...

    My two cents
  • baestbaest Member Posts: 172 ✭✭✭
    Singu said:
    Is it smart to sell all the D cars so I can use the videos to upgrade the C cars and sell them after the upgrades. So I can make money to buy ceramics. Does this work?
    Only ever sell F to D class. Ads don't work on C and above afaik.

    Sometimes if you're F2P, it's not unheard of to decimate the lower end of the garage for short term gain, but farming is probably the best route if you want to buy ceramics.
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