The Store is a location on the map where you can buy Vehicles, Implements, and other items. The Store's parking lot is where new items are placed when purchased, and where borrowed items for Contracts appear.

On the maps available in the base game, the Store also includes a repair point where vehicles can be brought for cheaper Maintenance.

The Store menu can be accessed by walking over to the glowing basket icon out front, and pressing the "Interact" button FS17 KeyboardButton.pngInteractDefault Buttons: 30?cb=20170827234847 R30?cb=20170827234910 ??30?cb=20170828002413 ??. Alternatively, you can open this menu from anywhere on the map by just pressing the "Open Store Menu" button FS17 KeyboardButton.pngOpen Store MenuDefault Buttons: 30?cb=20170827234847 P30?cb=20170827234910 ??30?cb=20170828002413 ??. There is no difference in purchase costs depending on where you opened the menu from. Of course, regardless of where you opened the menu, any purchases will still appear at the store's parking lot.

Through the Store Menu you can also access your Garage, which allows you to sell machinery and repair it remotely.

The Store Menu[edit | edit source]

The Store Menu is where you can inspect and purchase various machinery and items. The menu itself is split into 6 tabs that can can browsed by clicking the icons at the top of the screen.

In order from left to right, they are:

  • Brands: All Vehicles and Implements sorted by Brand.
  • Vehicles: All self-propelled machinery (Vehicles) and towing vehicles, sorted by broad categories.
  • Tools: All Implements and other non-self-propelled tools for work and transportation.
  • Objects: All moveable objects that are not Implements, including Pallets and Bales.
  • Placeables: All immobile Placeables that can be purchased to place on the map, such as buildings.
  • Landscaping: Goes to the Landscaping mode to change the terrain of the map.

Brands[edit | edit source]

This tab is a list of all the Brands featured in Farming Simulator 19, organized alphabetically. The list scrolls left-to-right, with alphabetical progression also going up-to-down.

Select one of these brands to open a list of all machinery (Vehicles and Implements) belonging to that brand. There is no particular order to the machinery in these sub-lists.

Vehicles[edit | edit source]

Main article: Vehicles (Farming Simulator 19)

This tab is a list of all the Vehicles featured in Farming Simulator 19, organized by type categories. Vehicles are self-propelled machines: they have an engine and can move around on their own. This includes machines that can do fieldwork on their own (with or without attachments), and towing vehicles used mostly to move things around the map.

Select one of these categories to open a list of all Vehicles belonging to that category. The vehicles inside each category are mostly listed in ascending order by price. Vehicles from DLCs and Mods are listed at the end of each category, and are not sorted in any particular order.

NOTE: The categories used by Farming Simulator 19 are not identical to the categories used on this Wiki.

Tools[edit | edit source]

Main article: Implements (Farming Simulator 19)

This tab is a list of all the Implements featured in Farming Simulator 19, organized by type categories. Implements include any machine or tool that can only be moved or used by attaching it to a Vehicle. Also included in the list are Chainsaws, which can only be carried and used by the player himself.

Select one of these categories to open a list of all Implements belonging to that category. The Implements inside each category are mostly listed in ascending order by price. Implements from DLCs and Mods are listed at the end of each category, and are not sorted in any particular order.

NOTE: The categories used by Farming Simulator 19 are very different from the ones used on this Wiki. The game often lumps together very different tools into the same category (e.g. Mixer Wagons and Tankers in the "Animals" category), while also splitting tools into different categories when they are functionally identical (e.g. Cultivators, Disc Harrows, and Power Harrows).

Objects[edit | edit source]

This tab is a list of all movable objects that are made out of farming-related materials, including Pallets and Bales. There is also a category for "BigBags", though these are functionally just smaller Pallets. These objects do nothing except provide material to be used by machines or provided to Animals. They cannot move on their own, and cannot do work on your farm.

Select one of these categories to open a list of all Objects belonging to that categories. The objects inside each category are organized in no particular order. Objects from DLCs and Mods are listed at the end of each category.

Since objects appear outside the store when they are purchased, it's a good idea to have a Loader stationed at the store to load them onto Bale Trailers or other transport machines, to be taken to other parts of your farm.

Placeables[edit | edit source]

Main article: Placeables

This tab is a list of all Placeables featured in Farming Simulator 19, organized by type categories. Placeables are inanimate objects that can be placed directly onto any Parcel you own, so long as there is room to place them there. They remain where they were placed, forever, or until sold off.

Many Placeables have no function other than for decoration, but some serve an important purpose such as Animal Pens and Silos.

Purchasing a Placeable sends you to an interface that allows you to place it on your farm. Again, you may only place a Placeable on your owned lands, and often need to clear the required space for them.

Landscaping[edit | edit source]

Main article: Landscaping

The final tab contains only a single button that will take you to the Landscaping interface, which allows you to reshape the terrain on Parcels you own, or recolor them to draw various types of ground (grass, dirt, asphalt, etc.).

Store Icons[edit | edit source]

When a store item is selected, the box at the bottom of the menu shows multiple details about that item. The details are shown as icons with values next to them. Each icon signifies a specific detail about the item.

Icon Detail Explanation
FS19 Icon EnginePower.png Engine Power For Vehicles only, this is the amount of Horsepower / kN that the engine produces at maximum load.
FS19 Icon SuggestedPower.png Suggested Power For Implements only, this is the recommended amount of Horsepower that a Vehicle would need in order to properly tow or operate this Implement. Actual power requirements are not listed.
FS19 Icon FuelCapacity.png Fuel/DEF Capacity For Vehicles only, this is the maximum amount of Fuel the vehicle can carry, in Liters. If the vehicle also requires DEF, that number is listed second.
FS19 Icon Capacity.png Capacity For Vehicles, Implements, and Placeables this is the total amount of any work-related material that this item can be filled with.
For Pallets and Bales, this is the amount of material that the object already contains when purchased.
FS19 Icon CargoTypes.png Cargo Types The types of cargo a Vehicle, Implement or Placeable can be filled with.
FS19 Icon SeedingTypes.png Seeding Types For Sowing Machines only, the types of crops this machine can sow.
FS19 Icon MaxSpeed.png Maximum Speed For Vehicles only, this is the (approximate) maximum speed this vehicle can reach, given ideal conditions.
FS19 Icon WorkSpeed.png Work Speed For Implements only, this is the maximum speed that the implement imposes on its towing Vehicle while "working" (typically, while turned on or while touching the ground).
FS19 Icon WorkWidth.png Work Width For Vehicles and Implements only, this is the width of the machine's effect on any field it is working on.
FS19 Icon Combinations.png Combinations A list of other Implements or Vehicles that would work well with this machine. These are only suggestions; The machine might be able to attach to (and work with) a wide variety of other machines.
FS19 Icon PropertyCosts.png Property Costs For Placeables only, this is the amount of money you will pay at midnight every night while you own this placeable.
FS19 Icon Owned.png Owned The number of items of this exact model that you already own.
FS19 Icon Leased.png Leased The number of items of this exact model that you currently have leased.

Details and Customization[edit | edit source]

When browsing the Store Menu, you can select an item and click the Details button FS17 KeyboardButton.pngDetails and CustomizationDefault Buttons: 30?cb=20170827234847 Enter30?cb=20170827234910 ??30?cb=20170828002413 ?? to go to the Details menu. This does not apply to Placeables, as clicking the Details button for them takes you straight to the placement interface.

In the Details menu, you can see the actual machine model where you can inspect it from all sides. For many vehicles and implements, you can also adjust the machine's configuration, replacing the engine, wheels, etc. to improve the behavior of the machine, or just repaint parts of it to a different color.

From this menu, press the "Buy" FS17 KeyboardButton.pngBuyDefault Buttons: 30?cb=20170827234847 Enter30?cb=20170827234910 ??30?cb=20170828002413 ?? button to purchase the item. It will be placed outside the Store in the parking lot.

Garage[edit | edit source]

The Store Menu also allows you access to your Garage menu by pressing the "Garage" button FS17 KeyboardButton.pngGarageDefault Buttons: 30?cb=20170827234847 Backspace30?cb=20170827234910 ??30?cb=20170828002413 ??. This is a list of all items you own, including Vehicles, Implements, Placeables and even any Pallets that you've purchased from the store (but not Bales). They are organized in no particular order.

Below each item on the list is its current Sale Value. This is the amount of money you would get if you sold the item immediately. Note that this amount changes over time as the vehicle gets older, or if it needs any Maintenance.

You may press the "Sell" button FS17 KeyboardButton.pngSell Garage ItemDefault Buttons: 30?cb=20170827234847 Enter30?cb=20170827234910 ??30?cb=20170828002413 ?? to sell the selected item for the listed price.

If the selected vehicle's condition is under 70%, a "Repair" button will appear that can be clicked to repair this vehicle FS17 KeyboardButton.pngRepair from GarageDefault Buttons: 30?cb=20170827234847 X30?cb=20170827234910 ??30?cb=20170828002413 ??. NOTE: Repairing from the Garage is 20% more expensive than taking the vehicle to the Store or to a Workshop to be repaired.

Finally, if you have any Leased Items, you can switch to a list of those items by hitting the "Leased Items" button FS17 KeyboardButton.pngLeased Items ListDefault Buttons: 30?cb=20170827234847 Spacebar30?cb=20170827234910 ??30?cb=20170828002413 ?? while viewing the Garage. To switch back, hit the same button.

Garage Icons[edit | edit source]

When an item is selected at the Garage, the box at the bottom of the window shows several icons with values next to them. Each icon signifies a specific detail about this item.

In addition to basic item properties (see #Store Icons, above), items in the Garage have two additional properties that are marked with unique icons:

Icon Detail Explanation
FS19 Icon Age.png Age The number of in-game days this item has been owned/leased by you so far since you purchased it.
FS19 OperatingHourse.png Operating Hours For Vehicles and Implements only, this is the number of real-time hours this machine has been "working". The definition of "working" changes from one machine to the next, but usually requires the machine to either be "turned on" or touching the ground.
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