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[[File:Nfs carbon firetruck.jpg|200px|right|Firetruck in Need for Speed: Carbon]]The '''Fire Truck '''is a traffic vehicle, which appeared in multiple [[Need for Speed]] installments.
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|name = Fire Truck
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}}The '''Fire Truck''' is a fictional traffic vehicle.
   
It made its first appearance in [[Need for Speed: Most Wanted]].
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===''Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2''===
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The Fire Truck appears in the PlayStation 2 release of ''[[Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2]]'', and can be seen quenching a forest fire along Coast Parklands.
   
[[Need for Speed: Carbon]] also features the Fire Truck (also known as Palmont FD1), where it is classified as a Tier 0 Muscle Car. Players can unlock the Fire Truck for [[Quick Race]] upon completion of [[Reward Cards]]. It has a better top speed and handling than the [[Dump Truck]].
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===''Need for Speed: Underground''===
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{{Development|nfsu}}
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The Fire Truck can be found in the game files of ''[[Need for Speed: Underground]]''.
   
==Trivia==
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===''Need for Speed: Underground 2''===
*A fire truck can be encountered in the PlayStation 2 release of [[Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2]]. It is seen quenching a forest fire on Coast Parklands.
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{{Development|nfsu2}}
*The Fire Truck for Need for Speed: Carbon can be downloaded for free on Xbox LIVE.
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The Fire Truck can be found in the game files of ''[[Need for Speed: Underground 2]]''.
{{Development}}
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*The Fire Truck can be found in the game files of [[Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2]], [[Need for Speed: Underground]], [[Need for Speed: Underground 2]], PlayStation 2 and Nintendo Wii releases of [[Need for Speed: Undercover]] and in [[Need for Speed: World]] but it is not utilised as a traffic vehicle in any of those titles.
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===''Need for Speed: Most Wanted''===
*In the PlayStation 2 and Nintendo Wii releases of [[Need for Speed: Undercover]], the Fire Truck is driveable, although this is not possible during the course of normal gameplay.
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The Fire Truck appears in ''[[Need for Speed: Most Wanted]]'' as a traffic vehicle driving along the roads of [[Rockport]].
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===''Need for Speed: Carbon''===
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The Palmont FD1 appears in ''[[Need for Speed: Carbon]]'' as a traffic vehicle, but can be unlocked as a tier 0 muscle class vehicle after completing its [[Need for Speed: Carbon/Reward Cards|reward card]]. It was made available as a downloadable vehicle for the Xbox 360 release on January 12, 2007.
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===''Need for Speed: Undercover''===
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{{Development|nfsun}}
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The Fire Truck can be found in the game files of the PlayStation 2 and Wii releases of ''[[Need for Speed: Undercover]]''. It is capable of being driven by a player, but is not accessible through gameplay.
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===''Need for Speed: World''===
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{{Development|nfsw}}
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The Fire Truck can be found in the game files of ''[[Need for Speed: World]]''.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
<gallery spacing="small" widths="148" orientation="square" hideaddbutton="true">
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<gallery spacing="small" widths="155" orientation="square" hideaddbutton="true">
NFSHP2_Firetruck.jpg|Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2
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NFSHP2_Firetruck.jpg|''Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2''
NFSUG1_firetruck.jpg|Need for Speed: Underground
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NFSUG1_firetruck.jpg|''Need for Speed: Underground''
NFSUG2_firetruck.jpg|Need for Speed: Underground 2
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NFSUG2_firetruck.jpg|''Need for Speed: Underground 2''
NFSMW PRERELEASE FIRETRUCK.jpg|Need for Speed: Most Wanted<br /><small>(Pre-release)</small>
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NFSMW PRERELEASE FIRETRUCK.jpg|''Need for Speed: Most Wanted''<br /><small>(Pre-release)</small>
NFSMW_FireTruck.jpg|Need for Speed: Most Wanted
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NFSMW_FireTruck.jpg|''Need for Speed: Most Wanted''
NFSC_TRAFFIRE.jpg|Need for Speed: Carbon
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NFSC_TRAFFIRE.jpg|''Need for Speed: Carbon''
NFSUCPS2_TRAFFIRE.png|Need for Speed: Undercover<br /><small>(PlayStation 2)</small>
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NFSUCPS2_TRAFFIRE.png|''Need for Speed: Undercover''<br /><small>(PlayStation 2)</small>
NFSW_TRAFFIRE.jpg|Need for Speed: World
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NFSW_TRAFFIRE.jpg|''Need for Speed: World''
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
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{{NFSUCCutContentNav}}
 
{{NFSUCCutContentNav}}
 
{{Need for Speed - World Vehicles}}
 
{{Need for Speed - World Vehicles}}
[[Category:Cars]]
 
[[Category:Traffic Cars]]
 
 
[[Category:Traffic Cars in Need for Speed: Most Wanted]]
 
[[Category:Traffic Cars in Need for Speed: Most Wanted]]
 
[[Category:Cars in Need for Speed: Carbon]]
 
[[Category:Cars in Need for Speed: Carbon]]

Revision as of 09:13, August 23, 2017

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The Fire Truck is a fictional traffic vehicle.

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2

The Fire Truck appears in the PlayStation 2 release of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2, and can be seen quenching a forest fire along Coast Parklands.

Need for Speed: Underground

Development - Some content may have altered during development.

The Fire Truck can be found in the game files of Need for Speed: Underground.

Need for Speed: Underground 2

Development - Some content may have altered during development.

The Fire Truck can be found in the game files of Need for Speed: Underground 2.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted

The Fire Truck appears in Need for Speed: Most Wanted as a traffic vehicle driving along the roads of Rockport.

Need for Speed: Carbon

The Palmont FD1 appears in Need for Speed: Carbon as a traffic vehicle, but can be unlocked as a tier 0 muscle class vehicle after completing its reward card. It was made available as a downloadable vehicle for the Xbox 360 release on January 12, 2007.

Need for Speed: Undercover

Development - Some content may have altered during development.

The Fire Truck can be found in the game files of the PlayStation 2 and Wii releases of Need for Speed: Undercover. It is capable of being driven by a player, but is not accessible through gameplay.

Need for Speed: World

Development - Some content may have altered during development.

The Fire Truck can be found in the game files of Need for Speed: World.

Gallery

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