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Crazy Taxi Fare Wars Taxi

A Taxi from Crazy Taxi: Fare Wars.

A Taxi is the iconic vehicle of the Crazy Taxi series that is driven by the player to deliver passengers to their destinations. Every character has different taxis and every taxi has different features. In first game of Crazy Taxi, the cab could only take one customer. In Crazy Taxi 2 this number increased to 4.

Axel's Cab[]

Axel's Cab

Axel's cab is an 1960 Cadillac Eldorado. It's "generically good" in nearly all respects.

PROS

  • Decent Acceleration/Deceleration
  • Decent Handling

CONS

  • Light Weight
  • Wide Width

B.D Joe's Cab[]

Joe's Cab

Joe's cab is an 1963 Chevrolet Bel Air Mk.V. The big draw of this cab is the fact that it has the fastest normal floored speed. But the problem is handling of this car is terrible, it's a boat!

PROS

  • Fastest Normal Floored Speed
  • Decent Acceleration/Deceleration
  • Heavy Weight
  • Easy to Crazy Drift

CONS

  • Terrible Handling
  • Wide Width
  • Too Easy to Crazy Drift

Gena's Cab[]

Gena's Cab

Gena's cab is an 1965 Ford Mustang Mk.I. Gena's vehicle has the best acceleration and deceleration of all the available cabs. The only negative of her cab you can't overcome with driving skill is it's light weight. This makes her susceptible to getting turned around or becoming a victim of the teleport bug after a high speed collision.

PROS

  • Fastest Acceleration/Deceleration
  • Most Responsive Handling
  • Best Brakes
  • Thin Width

CONS

  • Light Weight
  • Handling Feels Too Responsive Until You're Used to It
  • Most Difficult to Crazy Drift

Gus's Cab[]

Gus's Cab

Gus's cab is an 1949 Mercury Eight. Gus's cab is the heaviest one of the bunch, with the slowest acceleration and deceleration. It sounds like a pretty boring ride, but that couldn't be further from the truth. The handling in Gena's cab is tighter and has better range, but Gus's feels more natural. This combined with his cab's thin width really helps when navigating tight traffic. A skilled driver can really run up the Tip Multiplier Bonuses on lengthy trips.

PROS

  • Best Handling
  • Thin Width
  • Heaviest Weight

CONS

  • Slowest Acceleration/Deceleration
  • Easy to Misjudge Stopping Distance at High Speeds
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