Best starting car for GT6 - also: best car/event match

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 6' started by Monatsende, Dec 5, 2013.

  1. dudejo

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    This is giving me GT3 flashbacks where the only real starter car worth buying was the Miata. It was that or license test prizes.
     
  2. shirakawaa

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    Posting this here too before people start getting mad at me:

     
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  3. Cosmicheretic

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    Great advice! I bought the GT 86 in white and modded it to PP 500 on the nose so I can use it in the GT National Championship.
     
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  4. perdy450

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    I was not happy being forced to buy the Honda FIT (is that what they call a Jazz in the UK?) but after the first race I got the Mercedes VGT and sold the FIT and bought the MK.1 Golf GTI '76 ....

    It's cracking!!!
     
  5. wallpaper42

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    Nothing can match the Fit when it comes to a first car. It has been proven over and over that it is without a doubt the absolutely best choice for your first car. For your second car however I'd recommend an FR-S. That's what I was planning to buy but then I impulse bought an El Camino.
     
  6. nickg07

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    Buy the Fit, win 2 races. Buy an MR2 Super Charger 86 for much fun. Then an efini RX7 for the FR and 90's Japanese raves. See you through to most of novice and B class races.
     
  7. FoRiZon

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    Long live the FIT!!!!!
    At least its not Nissan March or something.....if its in the game....which is weird because PD is close to Nissan so imagine that.
     
  8. Fred la Poignee

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    The 106 rally was an extremly good option for me, could be bought immediately without selling the honda fit (which is usefull for the seasonal event at least, and I like to have every non-duplicated cars anyway). Won 17 races with the 106 without tuning; added a nitro on it later for National A & B, the nitro is very nice in fact for catching the rabbit at the start and then having very close racing with the first two cars in the race when the nitro is empty or almost empty
     
  9. perdy450

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    The FIT is just such a terrible car (looking wise) and too quick. Since you have to dictate the difficulty to actually have a race a self handicap is the only option. The 106 Rallye was the other 'petrol heads' option defo
     
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  10. iainoflo85

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    It really is a great car, the Subaru is a bit more stable, the Scion though is the most loose, 86 in the middle. At least it was like that in GT5, don't know if it's the same in 6. The price tag is affordable (30k or so), not to mention the GT86 and BR-Z are used in a one-make race later on in the Career mode.

    And yes, it's comfortable for wins at 402 PP, then can easily get up to 500PP without breaking a sweat and will be a great money-maker for the early events.
     
  11. Alss

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    With the way the AI is at the moment you could by a push bike and still win lol but seriously id go with the Honda fit.
     
  12. perdy450

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    Lol very true
     
  13. WCheffirs

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    Mazda RX7-GT 1985?
     
  14. Goblin10m

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    Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI GSR T.M. EDITION this was my second car as it is quite fast and i think it only costs around 27k so its cheaper and faster (in my opinion) than the GT86/BRZ/FR-S that other people were saying
    why the f am i posting on this thread