July 7, 2016 Update:  

Sorry to everyone who have left comments that I have not responded to.

The reason (beyond the obvious, i.e., family, day job, etc.) is I’ve been playing CSR2 a lot recently and have been unable (or uninspired) to spend much time playing the original CSR Racing.

Stay tuned however as I will be providing my detailed analysis on CSR2 along with a few tips to help you win more races, defeat crews and win BOSS cars (like the ones possibly stolen by the very rich, beautiful, and bitchy Ashliegh and her annoying Gold Rushers [pictured below]),  more cash, more gold, more prizes, and more respect. 

CSR2 Tier 2 boss of Gold Rushers Ashleigh Best car Ford RS 640

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Here’s a list of the 10 best CSR Racing cars in Tier 2 along with a few tips to help you win more races, more cash, more gold, more prizes, and more respect.

Number 10.  Dodge Challenger RT

9_Dodge Challenger RT PRO_CSR Racing

Number 9.  Dodge Charger RT

10_Dodge Charger RT PRO_CSR Racing

Number 8.  Ford Focus RS

11_Ford Focus RS PRO_CSR Racing

Number 7.  Audi TT RS

12_Audi TT RS PRO_CSR Racing

Number 6.  Jaguar F Type

13_Jaguar F Type PRO_CSR Racing

Number 5.  Camaro SS

14_Camaro SS PRO_CSR Racing

Number 4. Nissan 370Z

15_Nissan 370Z PRO_CSR RacingThis is a fun car to drive. It has a rating of 412 and a top speed of 139 mph. It goes form 0-60 in 4.6 seconds and 0-100 in 8.8 seconds.The Tier 2 Regulation Race pays between $1,250 and $2,500 depending on level of difficulty. This does not include perfect start, perfect shift, good shift, and decal bonuses. The Match Race pays between $9,000 and $14,000 depending on level of difficulty. Top gear is 5 which can be achieved in the 1/2 mile regulation mile. You can perform a perfect start if you start the race when the tach needle is on the 5. A perfect shift can be achieved if you shift when the tach needle is at 8.3. This car is outfitted with all stage 4 parts (tires, transmission, engine, turbo,inlet manifold, nitrous system, and light weight carbon fiber body). It is shown here in the standard edition but it can be converted to a PRO version in the customization area. The PRO version can be used in the Multi-player PRO Club Race Mode which allows you to race against PRO cars for maximum Respect Points.

Number 3. BMW Z4 sDrive 35i

16_BMW Z4 sDrive35i PRO_CSR Racing

It has a rating of 441 and a top speed of 140 mph. It goes form 0-60 in 3.9 seconds and 0-100 in 8.3 seconds.The Tier 2 Regulation Race pays between $1,250 and $2,500 depending on level of difficulty. This does not include perfect start, perfect shift, good shift, and decal bonuses which can add around $500 to your purse. The Match Race pays between $9,000 and $14,000 depending on level of difficulty. Top gear is 5 which can be achieved in the 1/2 mile regulation mile. You can perform a perfect start if you start the race when the tach needle is on the 6. A perfect shift can be achieved if you shift when the tach needle is at 7. This car is outfitted with all stage 5 parts (racing slicks, sequential transmission, fully blue printed engine, twin turbos,racing inlet manifold, re-jetted nitrous system with 100 hp jets, and light weight carbon fiber body). It is shown here in the standard editionwith custom decal  but it can be converted to a PRO version in the customization area.  The PRO version can be used in the Multi-player PRO Club Race Mode which allows you to race against PRO cars for maximum Respect Points.

Number 2. Ford Mustang GT

17_Ford Mustang GT PRO_CSR RacingIt has a rating of 451 and a top speed of 141 mph. It goes form 0-60 in 4.06 seconds and 0-100 in 8.4 seconds.The Tier 2 Regulation Race pays between $1,250 and $2,500 depending on level of difficulty. This does not include perfect start, perfect shift, good shift, and decal bonuses which can add around $500 to your purse. The Match Race pays between $9,000 and $14,000 depending on level of difficulty. Top gear is 5 which can be achieved in the 1/2 mile regulation mile. You can perform a perfect start if you start the race when the tach needle is on the 5. A perfect shift can be achieved if you shift when the tach needle is at 7.5. This car is outfitted with all stage 5 parts (racing slicks, sequential transmission, fully blue printed engine, twin turbos,racing inlet manifold, re-jetted nitrous system with 100 hp jets, and light weight carbon fiber body). It is shown here in the PRO configuration which can be used in the Multi-player PRO Club Race Mode which allows you to race against PRO cars for maximum Respect Points.

Number 1. Alfa Romeo 4C

18_Alfa Romeo 4C_CSR RacingIt has a rating of 454 and a top speed of 124 mph. It goes form 0-60 in 3.5 seconds and 0-100 in 9.3 seconds.  The Tier 2 Regulation Race pays between $1,250 and $2,500 depending on level of difficulty. This does not include perfect start, perfect shift, good shift, and decal bonuses which can add around $500 to your purse. The Match Race pays between $9,000 and $14,000 depending on level of difficulty. Top gear is 5 which can be achieved in the 1/2 mile regulation mile. You can perform a perfect start if you start the race when the tach needle is on the 6. A perfect shift can be achieved if you shift when the tach needle is at 7. This car is outfitted with all stage 5 parts (racing slicks, sequential transmission, fully blue printed engine, twin turbos,racing inlet manifold, re-jetted nitrous system with 100 hp jets, and light weight carbon fiber body). It is shown here in the standard editionwith custom decal  but it can be converted to a PRO version in the customization area.  The PRO version can be used in the Multi-player PRO Club Race Mode which allows you to race against PRO cars for maximum Respect Points.

What do you think is the best Tier 2 car? Leave your answer in the comment section below…

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28 Responses to CSR Racing Tips Best Tier 2 Cars

  1. HazeL says:

    Good post mate:) I’m just wandering that lotus 350 is better or worse than 4c.. This choice makes me sick:(

  2. KGRoberts says:

    Alpha 4C rocks. Don’t watch shift lights. Shift at redline!

  3. Jakman says:

    Should I buy the charger rt or z4 s drive 35i

  4. Axman says:

    I have the Alpha 4C and struggling in the multiplayer with it, What is the best PS and should I get a better car for this Tier.
    Thanks

    • Roland Bonay says:

      I happen to be racing with car right now in the International. Try for a perfect start when the needle is around 4.5 and try to get perfect shifts by shifting about a half second after the last white light. I’m only racing this car because it is required for the event I’m in. If there is a better car for the T2 event you’re in I’ll let you know.

  5. axman says:

    I have the alpha 4C and struggling in multiplayer, what is the best PSP and is there a better car I should get instead.

    Thanks

  6. Jeets says:

    I’ve noticed that the Alfa loses a lot of speed near the end of the 1/2 mile races. What would be a car that would keep that power until the end? I’m trying to get the “all events” achievement.

  7. Ki says:

    Alfa 4Crap has the least power of the tier 2 cars. My Alfa 4Crap is a tier 2 at 410 and gets rekt by a Dodge Charger and a Chevy Camaro SS both a tier 2 at 334. It boggles my mind making me wonder why CSR Racing added an Alfa 4Crap as a tier 2 car with that power.

    • Roland Bonay says:

      Hi Ki,

      What is your shift pattern for the Alfa 4? The reason I ask is because sometimes a car that seems crappy is actually very good if you have what I like to call “The Perfect Shift Pattern”

      Roland

  8. Hatim racer says:

    I mean boss car I tryed fully upgraded camaro ss but I loss so I am trying again which is fastest

  9. Hatim racer says:

    Which car could get boss car alfa 4C or Audi TT RS I wanna get the noss car

  10. Stifen Deva Yoga says:

    I have a fully upgraded Audi TT RS (451 PP) & it’s easily one of my favorite T2 car. It’s slightly faster than Mustang GT (in terms of acceleration), but slightly harder to get perfect shifts. Very reliable choice for T2 payback races.

  11. 1337Pwnzor says:

    In a 1/4 mile race, which is faster, the 4C or the Mustang GT? Assuming both are stage 5 tuned cars with no mechanic or race team.

  12. Jeffrey says:

    The Mustang gt has 6 gears! So what would be the correct psp here then. According to your info there’s 5 gears and you hit nitrous at 4th gear.

  13. Nidhish Goyal says:

    PSP for Mustang Gt

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