Vehicles are incredibly beneficial to players as they are faster than mounts and are a great way of getting around. Currently there are more than 40 different player-controlled vehicle types known to exist in the game, but not every vehicle type is accessible to every player. While many of the vehicles can be crafted by engineers, others are available only through quests or as special rewards. Many vehicles offer a form of mounted protection that grants the player a bonus to ranged weapon avoidance while riding.
For all of their benefits, vehicle ownership can sometimes be a burden, especially if you own one of the game's rare vehicles. Vehicles can become damaged when combat is initiated on them.
While both players and NPCs can cause vehicle damage, NPCs will usually only damage a vehicle if their attacks are aoe-based. In addition, creatures have also been known to cause damage to vehicles. Once a vehicle has become damaged (without being disabled), it can be repaired at any Parking Garage for a nominal fee. To repair a vehicle, select it and access the radial menu; a repair option will appear.
The amount of damage each vehicle can take is different for each type, but universally, when a vehicle reaches zero condition, it becomes disabled. A vehicle that has been disabled cannot be used again until it is repaired with a Vehicle Restoration Kit, or restored at a garage for specific vehicles. Restoration kits are often difficult to find and are usually quite expensive; they are mostly reserved for the repair of valuable or rare vehicles.
Some vehicles have the ability to hold multiple people. If a person is in the same group as the driver of a multi-person vehicle, they can enter the vehicle by selecting it, accessing the radial menu, and choosing the 'Enter/Exit Vehicle' command.
|Vehicle||Seats||Hitpoints||Speed||Turn||Acceleration||Deceleration||Restorable at garage||Source|
|Advanced STAP-1 (Recrafted)||1||TBD||21.9||190||9.9||7||Yes||Craftable by Engineering Traders using base schematic|
|Air-2 Racing Swoop||1||TBD||22.1||190||9.9||7||Yes||TBD|
|BARC Command Vehicle||1||TBD||23.1||190||9.9||7||Yes||Colonel in either the Imperial or Rebel Army|
|Basilisk War Droid||1||TBD||21.9||205||9.9||7||No||TBD|
|Light Bending BARC Speeder||1||TBD||23.1||190||9.9||7||Yes||TBD|
|BARC Speeder||1||1,500||22.1||190||9.9||7||No||Quest reward for final part of the Rryatt Trail Trials quest line|
|Flare S Swoop||1||TBD||20||180||9.9||6||Yes||Death Troopers, Deconstruction|
|Flare S Swoop (Recrafted)||1||TBD||22||190||9.9||7||Yes||Craftable by Engineering Traders using base schematic|
|Jetpack||1||TBD||21.9||205||9.9||7||Yes||Death Watch Bunker|
|Mustafarian Panning Droid||1||TBD||16||205||9.9||20||No||Advanced Droid Production|
|Speederbike||1||TBD||19.9||180||8.9||7||No||Master Artisan, Pod Retrieval (quest)|
|A1 Deluxe Floater||2||TBD||22||154||9.9||7||Yes||TBD|
|AB-1 Landspeeder||2||TBD||17.9||154||8.9||7||No||Master Artisan|
|AV-21 Landspeeder||2||TBD||21.9||154||9.9||7||No||Craftable by Master Artisan, schematic from Corellian Corvette instance|
|Koro-2 Exodrive Airspeeder||2||TBD||17.9||154||9.9||7||Yes||TBD|
|X-34 Landspeeder||2||TBD||17.9||154||7.9||7||No||Master Artisan|
|XP-38 Landspeeder||2||TBD||17.9||154||8.9||7||No||Master Artisan, A Speeder For Me (quest)|
|Tsmeu-6 Personal Wheel Bike||2||15,000||23||190||9.9||7||Yes||Looted from N-K "Necrosis"|
|USV-5 Modified Landspeeder||5||TBD||17.9||154||7.9||7||Yes||Chronicler reward|
|Hover Lifter Speeder||6||TBD||20||190||9.9||6||Yes||Death Troopers, Deconstruction|
|Hover Lifter Speeder (Recrafted)||6||15,000||22||190||9.9||7||Yes||Craftable by Novice Artisan using base schematic|
|V-35 Landspeeder||7||TBD||17.9||154||7.9||7||No||Master Artisan|
|Tantive IV Landspeeder||8||TBD||15||150||7.9||7||Yes||TBD, Deconstruction|
|Advanced Tantive IV Landspeeder (Recrafted)||8||TBD||17.9||154||7.9||7||Yes||Craftable by Engineering Traders using base schematic|