Characters: Gekisou Sentai Carranger
Kyousuke Jinnai/Red Racer | Actor: Yuji Kishi
- Berserk Button: If you know what's good for you, don't hurt Dappu or his friends.
- Comes Great Responsibility: He really only wanted to drive his boss's cool car, but eventually wises up to his responsibilities.
- Cool Sword: Fender Sword.
- Dating Catwoman
- Idiot Hero: Safe to say that the trend of the Red Ranger being this started with him. Although, he wasn't the only idiot of the team (it takes the next team for the Red to be the sole Idiot Hero)
- Law of Chromatic Superiority: One time, he successfully fought the bad guys unhenshined just to prove his love for Zonette.
- The Leader: Red Ranger, duh. It isn't until after VRV Master talks some sense into him that he actually starts acting like one though.
- Star-Crossed Lovers: With Zonnette.
- Took a Level in Badass: When he finally starts acting like a leader. (As with everything else, it's initially the greatest parody of Law of Chromatic Superiority you will ever see.)
Naoki Domon/Blue Racer | Actor: Yoshihiro Masujima
- Kid-Appeal Character
- Friend to All Living Things
- Guns Akimbo: Muffler Guns
- Keigo: Oh so much.
- Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Feminine Boy to Natsumi's Masculine Girl.
- The Smart Guy: He's the designer at Pegasus.
- Yamato Nadeshiko: Despite being male he has the feminine politeness thing going for him and, because he's a racer, he has the iron will associated with the trope.
Minoru Uesugi/Green Racer | Actor: Yoshihiro Fukuda
- BFG: Engine Cannon
- The Big Guy
- The Idiot from Osaka
- Kansai Regional Accent
- Small Name, Big Ego: A mild case.
- "Super Sentai" Stance: In one episode, he loses his Accelchanger key while practicing this trope.
Natsumi Shinohara/Yellow Racer | Actor: Yuka Motohashi
- The Lancer: Is actually quite competent at her unmorphed job, contrasting with Kyousuke being a useless twit. Also the closest one to Only Sane Man, since she's pretty much the one who objects the Kyousuke/Zonette relation.
- Magic Feather: Her legendary wrench, which she later discovered she didn't really need.
- Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Masculine Girl to Naoki's Feminine Boy.
- Power Fist: Side Knuckles
- She Cleans Up Nicely: In a swimsuit, anyway.
- The Smart Girl: She's the mechanic at Pegasus.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Tomboy to Youko's Girly Girl.
- Wrench Wench
Youko Yagami/Pink Racer | Actress: Atsuko Kurusu
- Big Eater
- The Chick
- No Sense of Direction
- The Straight and Arrow Path: Bumper Bow
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Girly Girl to Natsumi's Tomboy.
- Why Did It Have to Be Bugs?: The only reason she was the first to pass the first leg of the big test in vs. Ohranger was because one bug frightened her.
- Kid Hero
- Morality Pet: For Kyosuke.
- Verbal Tic: As with the majority of aliens in this show, His own name-dappu. Even when writing a note.
Signalman Polis Kobaan | Voice Actor: Hochu Otsuka
- Aloof Ally: Despite being on the same side, he prefers to work independently from the gang. (This is largely because the Carrangers' identities are kept secret until the very end, and they are essentially vigilantes whereas Signalman himself is a police officer. Signalman is otherwise on reasonably friendly terms with the Pegasus Motors staff.)
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Temporarily believes that the Carrangers' Kuru-Magic caused severe environmental effects on Planet Polis, and attacks them.
- Character Development: Becomes more open to the Rangers as the series goes on.
- Deconstruction: Of Metal Heroes characters, as a natural result of parodying them. Being sent alone to "Earf" means he is eventually forced to leave Earth temporarily because he has a family back on Planet Polis that he misses, and his hands are often tied because he's a traffic cop who can't take active measures against the Bowzocks until they start breaking laws. He is also unique in the franchise for being an alien/non-human hero who doesn't transform or enlarge (by choice - Imocho's Imo-youkan presumably works on him), and this limits his effectiveness in a series running on Kuru-Magic.
- Reconstruction: He is also shown to be very effective at his job; he's sent to Earth alone because he's able to physically arrest violent drivers by himself. Even when the show's parodic nature is actively working against him, being a professional means he's largely had the Idiot Hero trained out of him. (The costume is also designed along traditional Metal Heroes lines, and all of those signals on his body light up. He's the coolest-lookin' bike cop ever put to media.)
- Expy: Of Metal Heroes characters.
- It's Personal: The pollution on Planet Polis affected his son, and Signalman himself attacks the Carrangers under this.
- I Work Alone: At first. It causes him no small amount of stress.
- OOC Is Serious Business: Only Dappu seems to look into what his Evil Signalman freakout means, naturally.
- Put on a Bus: Leaves at the end of episode 28 to spend some time with his family. (Story-wise, this gets him out of the way so the VRV Master arc can happen.)
- The Bus Came Back: Comes back to Earth furious and Evil in episode 35.
- Sixth Ranger: At least in terms of the show's merchandising, as he's explicitly not a member of Carranger.
- Superpowered Evil Side: Of a sort. When he's not acting in his capacity as a law-abiding police officer, we see that he's fully capable of beating down the Carrangers on his own.
- Swiss Army Weapon: Signizer
- Carry a Big Stick: Police Baton mode. It is a stun baton.
- Handguns: Gun mode. Has three modes of fire: Cold Beam, Smash Beam, and Heat Beam - blue, yellow, and red respectively. Smash Beam, despite its name, is a "stun" shot that Signalman uses most to shoot kneecaps. Heat Beam is also non-indicative, as it seems to just be a full-power shot.
- Improbable Weapon User: Recording Device mode, which comes in handy on the rare occasion he needs to take a deposition or something.
VRV Master | Voice Actor: Kiyoshi KobayashiSome say he's the Sixth Ranger in all but name. Some say there's nothing under that suit and he's given up his fleshly body to become one with the power of Kurumagic. All we know is, he's called VRV Master!
- Large Ham: In a franchise populated by these, VRV Master really sticks out.
- Mysterious Protector: Loves playing up this angle.
- Team Dad: In contrast to Dappu, who is his son.
Radietta Fanbelt/ White Racer
- Blessed with Suck: Upon Arriving on Earth a second time, her titular car can become a Humongous Mecha... For one minute.
- Everything Is Better With Princesses
- Image Song: Love! Love! Dream of Radietta
- Incredibly Obvious Bomb: Uses one against the Bosu Sentai during her debut appearance. They just stand there waiting for it to detonate.
- Luke, You Are My Father: She's Zonnette's younger sister.
- Sixth Ranger: Although she's technically not a Carranger.
- The Other Darrin: Played by two different actresses (the first was ill). Minoru lampshades the difference.
- Woman in White
Beauty Zonnette /Vanity-Mirror Fanbelt
- Buxom Is Better: Her profile is described as this: a "buxom" member of the Bowzocks who uses her feminine wiles, and Gynamo's crush on her, for her own selfish pleasures.
- Dark Chick
- Everything Is Better With Princesses
- High Heel-Face Turn
- King Incognito
- Leit Motif: Dream of Zonnette.
- Ms. Fanservice
- Star-Crossed Lovers: With Kyosuke.
- Woman in Black: Woman in White when she resume her true identity.
- The Vamp
Deputy Leader Zelmoda
- Knight of Cerebus: The story becomes (slightly) more serious with his debut.
- Sixth Ranger
- The Star Scream: After gaining more power, he literally bought out the Bowzock and kicked out Gynamo and Zonnette.
- One-Winged Angel: Gain a more powerful gold form after being struck by lightning during Bowzock's festival.