Poly Roam Car Buyer’s Guide

Explore our guide for comprehensive details about the cars in Poly Roam, providing essential information for an enhanced gaming experience.

You can find all the details you need to know about the cars in Poly Roam in this guide.

All About the Cars in Poly Roam

This small guide will give you any and all information for all the cars in the game, the parts you can install, and a little advice on maintaining your car to its best condition!

The Art of Motorcar Maintenance

Maintaining your car is one of the key challenges during your long and lonely travels, so here’s a few crucial pieces of advice to keep you going:

Keep your car’s fluids topped up!
Goes without saying, but as long as your car has plenty of fuel, oil and water, it’ll be happy as Larry (whoever Larry is).

Keep some spare fluids on hand!
Having some jerrycans of fuel, oil and water will help you when in a pinch!

Keep an empty container for siphoning!
Any wrecks you find on your travels may have some extra gas in the tank. Having an empty can on hand will do wonders!

Do not leave car lights on when the engine is off!
Again, an obvious one. But we all forget it from time to time.

Take care to not mix fluids!
We can tell you from experience, accidentally pouring oil into a fuel tank is a bad idea!

Know your Bits and Pieces

For every car, there are three major components that you need to worry about! So let’s look at them!

ENGINE

The big powerhouse that keeps your car running! No engine, no go!
All engines have durability, meaning they will wear down with use. The lower the engine’s durability, the slower your car will go. So keep an eye on it on your journey. You may find a better one along the way!

And make sure to keep its oil tank topped up too!

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Eugene
Output: 65HP
Capacity: 5 Litres

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Angie
Output: 75HP
Capacity: 5 Litres

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Engine(yes, really)
Output: 85HP
Capacity: 5 Litres

NOTE: If you happen to find Earl on your travels, he will gladly repair your engine durability to full! (for a small price)

BATTERIES

Every car needs a battery! The battery helps get the car started and keeps the lights on in the dark (as long as the lights are on!). Like engines with durability, batteries can lose charge. But the more you use your car’s engine, less charge is lost, or you can even regain charge!

There are three batteries available for every car:

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  • Milk Cell (red): 800A
  • Elephant Plus (blue: 1000A
  • Purfect Power (grey): 1200A

NOTE: If you find Zappy the Wizard on your travels, he can recharge your batteries for a small fee!

COOLANT TANKS

Coolant tanks feed water through your engine to keep it cool. An overheated engine is an unhappy engine! Keep your coolant tank topped up, and your engine won’t give you grief!

There are three sizes of coolant tank for every car:

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  • Small: 3 Litres
  • Medium: 5 Litres
  • Large: 8 Litres

Meet the Cars

And now, we get to see the cars themselves! There’s only a select few that you can find in the world, but there will no doubt be more to come!

And if you find Karl, I’m sure he’ll be able to sell you a car or two.

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GRNDPA

The first car to get in the game. Probably handed down from your parents or grandparents. The perfect vehicle for the middle-class suburbanite. Sometimes you just need a car to get you from A to B. No nonsense, no frills, just simple, honest, hard-working machinery.

  • Fuel Tank: 50 Litres
  • Trunk: 10 Slots

Real-life Equivalent: TBC

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KARLA

An icon and relic of a bygone era. They definitely don’t make them like this anymore. Once a people’s car, many will have moved on to more modern and efficient machines. But this little gem still lives in the hearts and minds of its admirers.

  • Fuel Tank: 25 Litres
  • Trunk: 5 Slots

Real-life Equivalent: 1967 Trabant 601

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KARL

And then America said, “Hey, let’s give our cars some pizazz!” And enter Karl, a big, beefy machine with some serious power behind it. With its big front, and sloped rear, you’ll own the road with this big beast! (and zombies too!)

  • Fuel Tank: 50 Litres
  • Trunk: 10 Slots

Real-life Equivalent: TBC

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VROOM

The only word it knows! Powerful and wild, this is what happens when mechanics get to soup up machines to the max! Keep it under control, and you’ll be blasting down the highway in style and sheer ecstasy!

  • Fuel Tank: 70 Litres
  • Trunk: 5 Slots

Real-life Equivalent: 1967 Shelby GT500

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JOHNSON

Now this is more like it. A big, spacious SUV for those longhaul treks across the lonely roads. With a big fuel tank and a big trunk, it has all you need to carry those essentials: food, water, fuel, oil, guns, ammo, all the essentials for your road trip. And if you find a big engine for it, it’ll tackle the terrain faster and harder than you’ll be ready for!

  • Fuel Tank: 70 Litres
  • Trunk: 15 Slots

Real-life Equivalent: 1984 Chevrolet K5 Blazer

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TRIPPER

And this is how the europeans do road trips! Nothing like a big spacious van to carry your friends, your goods, and cruise down the road without a care in the world. Just remember the engine bay is on the rear left, and you’re good to go!

  • Fuel Tank: 80 Litres
  • Trunk: 15 Slots

Real-life Equivalent: 1990 Volkswagen Transporter (Type 2)

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