Top 10 Trucks in SnowRunner
WESTERN STAR 6900 TWINSTEER
The next option for woodland scouting and driving is perhaps the worst. In Maine's vast spaces, its 63-inch tires, four-slot bed, powerful top engine, and recent AWD upgrade function nicely.
The AE-4380's more fussy
steering is largely due to its powerful shifting. SnowRunner's biggest tires, best engine, and best paintjob.
In SnowRunner, powerful off-roading, many upgrades, and faster performance at the sacrifice of fuel efficiency have kept the Tayga
King pretty trouble-free.
INTERNATIONAL PAYSTAR 5600TS
Paystar 5600TS is another Maine-ready truck. Logging additions, ramped towing platform for vehicles, extended flatbed for extra freight, and more.
Like the 73210, the DAN 96320
has active suspension for ground clearance. It contains enough addons for most tasks. For
off-roading, turn on the beacons.
The Cat 745C won in Alaska
may also be used for logging, but
it is its tremendous off-road proficiency that makes it a victor in any terrain.
DERRY LONGHORN 4520
Phase 6 Maine has a stronger engine. I gave it another try with that added kick and it works well pulling big stuff through swampy terrain.
ANK MK38 CIVILIAN
The ANK MK38 suffers over long distances unless you have support or fuel trailers spread across the map. Its engines drink a lot and its 200-litre capacity is small.
SnowRunner's greatest truck
is this Russian eight-wheeler with always-on AWD, Diff Lock, and rear-steering. It excels in mud, snow, and water in fifth gear.
TUZ 420 TATARIN
In Phase 6 Maine, the TUZ 420 "Tatarin" is useful. It's great for scouting watchtowers and avoiding those irritating unbreakable and bendable trees.
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