Mario Kart 7 Tracks Tier List

There are a total of 32 tracks in Mario Kart 7. If you have a poor knowledge about them and are wondering which one is best, below is the tier list and a brief information about them for you. This following tier list is made by community voting. The result is the cumulative average rankings from 89 people who submitted it.

Tier S:

    • Rainbow Road
      This one is the last one of the Special Cup in Mario Kart 7. This track is the only Rainbow Road to be an open circuit because the others are closed.
    • Music Park
      This one is the third track of the Flower Cup in Mario Kart 7. Aside from Music Park, this track is also known as Melody Motorway.
    • Maka Wuhu
      This one is named as a track with only one lap course in Mario Kart 7. It is the fourth and the last one for the Star Cup.
    • Coconut Mall (Wii)
      This one returns in Mario Kart 7 as the third course of the Banana Cup. Instead of no arrows to display what direction the escalators are moving, in this game, they show what direction they are moving by blue and red arrows pointing in the direction they are moving.
    • Waluigi Pinball (DS)
      Almost every feature and every obstacle in DS Waluigi Pinball is present in Mario Kart 7. Basically, there are not many changes, even the graphics are similar. The only thing changed about the graphic is that it has been improved.
    • Airship Fortress (DS)
      This one is the third track of the Lightning Cup in Mario Kart 7.

Tier A:

    • Wuhu Loops
      This one is known as the first course in the Flower Cup in Mario Kart 7. The track is located on Wuhu Island from Wii Sports Resorts.
    • Rock Rock Mountain
      This one is the last track in Flower Cup in Mario Kart 7. It is located on a mountain.
    • Wario Shipyard
      This one is the second track in the Star Cup in Mario Kart 7.
    • DK Jungle
      This one is the first course in the Special Cup in Mario Kart 7.
    • Bowser’s Castle
      This one is the third course in the Special Cup in Mario Kart 7.
    • Maple Treeway (Wii)
      This one is the last track of the Leaf Cup in Mario Kart 7.
    • Koopa Cape (Wii)
      This one is a retro track and the first one in the Lightning Cup in Mario Kart 7. In this game, the ramp that leads to the river is now a gliding one.
    • ? Neo Bowser City
      This one is another name for Koopa City. The track is known as the third course of the Star Cup in Mario Kart 7.
    • Piranha Plant Slide
      This one is the first course of the Star Cup in Mario Kart 7. In this game, the staff ghost for this version is named Lakitu who is riding in a Standard Kart.

Tier B:

    • Shy Guy Bazaar
      This one is the last course of the Mushroom Cup in Mario Kart 7.
    • Mario Circuit
      This one is the second track in the Flower Cup in Mario Kart 7.
    • Mushroom Gorge (Wii)
      This one comes back in Mario Kart 7 as the third course of the Shell Cup. What makes it different compared to the Wii version is that the shortcut beside the start is no longer around. The tallest mushroom located in the cavern is changed by a blue one that activates the glider of the racers. Not only that, the big corner that can be skipped by hopping over in Mario Kart Wii has been replaced in this game as you are able to glide over the same amount. Besides, the Goombas at the end become Giant Goombas.
    • Luigi’s Mansion (DS)
      There are several additional features added to the new Luigi’s Mansion course, including the Boo portraits in the hallways coming to life and jumping out at players. Another one is a Glider Ramp on the second half of Boo Woods.
    • DK Pass (DS)
      This one returns in Mario Kart 7 as the second course of the Leaf Cup. The music and layout remain the same.
    • Daisy Cruiser (GCN)
      This one is the third track of Leaf Cup in Mario Kart 7.
    • Dino Dino Jungle (GCN)
      This one is the second course of the Lightning Cup in Mario Kart 7.
    • Rainbow Road (SNES)
      This one is the final track of the Lightning Cup in Mario Kart 7.

Tier C:

    • Daisy Hills
      This one is the second track of the Mushroom Cup in Mario Kart 7.
    • Rosalina’s Ice World
      This one is the second track of the Special Cup in Mario Kart 7. It is full of ice.
    • Bowser Castle 1 (GBA)
      Bowser Castle 1 (GBA) returns in Mario Kart 7 as a retro course in the Shell Cup. In this game, it is known as the first retro track that gets a patch update for online play. Talking about the patch, it is the one with the ability to prevent a shortcut loophole.
    • Koopa Beach (N64)
      This one is the first course of the Banana Cup in Mario Kart 7.
    • Kalimari Desert (N64)
      This one returns in Mario Kart 7 as the first track of the Leaf Cup. There are not so much changes in design. The only ones added are shortcuts.

Tier D:

    • Toad Circuit
      This one is named as the first track of the Mushroom Cup. It is introduced in Mario Kart 7. It is such a simple one with almost no challenge or obstacles.
    • Cheap Cheap Lagoon
      This one is the third course in the Mushroom Cup in Mario Kart 7. It is the first one located underwater.
    • Luigi Raceway (N64)
      This one is the first track in the Retro Grand Prix.
    • Mario Circuit 2 (SNES)
      The newest addition of the classic track remains the same as the one on the original map. However, there are some creative new features. Some changes include the switch of the Coin and Item Box. Besides, the obstacles make a comeback.