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The best starting cars in Gran Turismo 7 and how to get them

The best starting cars in Gran Turismo 7 and how to get them

Knowing the best starting cars in Gran Turismo 7 will really help you get off to a good start in your first few hours of racing. You won’t be riding in Porsche GT racers or Ferrari supercars at the start of Gran Turismo 7, so make yourself comfortable in the world of racing with these ordinary road cars for a Sunday on the track. As you complete the menu books you expand your car collection and gradually get better cars and access to higher speed races, but these starter cars are some of the best you can choose for your first races in Gran Turismo 7.

Best starting cars in Gran Turismo 7:

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During your first few hours of racing in Gran Turismo 7, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to unlock and purchase a variety of low-end cars to compete in. We think these are the best ones to look for to add to your Garage, and you can find details on how to unlock each below:

  • Toyata Aqua S’11: Versatile hot hatch for your first few hours of racing at lower PP levels. This car is one of three that you can afford at the used car dealership from the start of the game.
  • Honda Fit Hybrid ’14: A slightly cheaper alternative to the Toyota Aqua S with slightly lower stats. This car is one of three that you can afford at the used car dealership from the start of the game.
  • Mini Cooper S ’65: A dynamic, classic 1960s car that’s great against cars from a similar era, but can be outdone by anything more modern.
  • Suzuki Swift Sport ’17: A sportier step up from the Toyota Aqua S with a turbo engine and a bit more power in a similar hatchback shape.
  • Honda Integra Type R (DC2) ’98: One of the most powerful cars you’ll get in your first few hours of racing and definitely one to master right from the start.

Toyata Aqua S 2011

Gran Turismo 7 best starter cars toyota aqua s

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The Toyota Aqua S is a great all-rounder for your first car pick – when you first go to the used car dealership for the tutorial, you can buy this car for 14,300 credits. If you don’t choose it at this point, you can earn it as a gift by placing third or better in one of the races in your first menu.