@gunner15960 said in Questions - Xbox 1 version:
How do you feel about the Russian style trucks? The B and C series just feel exactly the same. The only real big difference I notice on American trucks is some have Dif Lock always on or optional, and some do and some dont have AWD abilities
They have differences. The B-131 is clearly the the 6X6 with the weakest engine, sometimes that thing can't even make a hill in 1+ and requires you to go into low range 1-3 gear. Although while it has the weakest engine, it also gets the most mileage out of it's fuel. The B-131 can go quite a distance per each tank of fuel.
The C-375 is possibly the most powerful of the 6X6 Russian trucks, and it has crane attachments. However I find it's a pretty heavy fuel hog in return.
The C-255 also has a very power engine and is good hauling along the road in most cases in auto. Very rarely I've ever had to shift that truck into 1+ gear. It seems to not be quite as bad on fuel as the C-375, but it still burns more then the B-131. However the C-255 excels most in off-road conditions. Usually wide tires are bad in this game as it makes trucks to floaty and they have a hard time getting traction, but for whatever reason that isn't the case with the C-255. The C-255 is quite possibly the best 6X6 in the entire game for tackling bug, mud, and just offroad in general. The thing just won't stop. From bog to mountain tops, the C-255 will get there. The C-255 is also the only 6X6 Russian truck I believe that can haul long logs, the others with that feature are 2WD.
I don't tend to use the flat nose trucks to much, however sometimes you are required to when joining random online lobbies, for example The Crossing and Deluge are 2 maps that require you to use those trucks if you join the map online after it's already started.
For them trucks, I don't really like them to much. They do have crane options which is great but I find their offroad capabilities be's lacking. For example, the Downhill map I believe it is. There is a log station right next to a fuel station, and if your going to load up there then the quickest way to the lumber mill is to go up a steep mountain trail. Now I can take a C-255 or C-375, load wood on the truck itself, then haul a trailer behind me to haul a double load of wood. And buddy stick them into 1-3 gear, diff lock on, and AWD on, and those trucks will hands down make it up that trail, no problem.
The Flat nose 6X6? It can make it, but it tends to struggle much harder and even has a good change of getting catch up and stuck on rocks that the C-255 just wouldn't care about and would just drive over. And the flat nose trucks don't really seem to be all that easy on fuel either, so I don't really see any benefit to them personally. Maybe the attachments, but like I said the C-375 has a crane as well and that's a much more capable rig then the flat nose trucks. To me they just seem to be all around the worst of the 6X6 Russian trucks.