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Grenadier price and spec for Oz revealed
Ineos Automotive announces full local price and specification of its Grenadier 4WD
29 Apr 2022
By MATT BROGAN
FOLLOWING details of its Australian and New Zealand dealership network earlier this week, Ineos Automotive has now revealed full local specification and pricing details for its three-variant Grenadier range.
The Ineos Grenadier is available for order locally from May 18 with production set to commence from July.
As previously reported by GoAuto, the Grenadier will be priced from $84,500 plus on-road costs in entry-grade two-seat/five-door Utility Wagon form. We can now reveal that the five-seat/five-door wagon Station Wagon will begin at $85,500 – Ineos Automotive asking no premium whether buyers opt for its BMW-sourced turbocharged petrol or diesel engines.
Both the Grenadier Utility Wagon and Station Wagon will be further offered in variants including the off-road oriented Trialmaster Edition and practical Fieldmaster Edition. The well-equipped variants are priced from $95,494 in Utility Wagon format and $96,495 in Station Wagon guise.
No-nonsense Trialmaster Edition variants are equipped as standard with front- and rear differentials locks and BF Goodrich KO2 All-Terrain T/A tyres. The same equipment is available optionally elsewhere across the range for $2875.
Which isn’t to say that standard versions of the Grenadier are any less capable. The four-wheel drive Utility Wagon has been designed as a “blank canvas” for those requiring a pared back workhorse with the ability to carry loads. The utility variant is equipped as standard with a full-height cargo barrier ahead of its 1200 x 800mm load floor (with 2088 litres of cargo space) and is available with a metal panel or rear-side windows at no extra cost.
Trialmaster Edition variants – whose design is inspired by UK utility clothing manufacturer Belstaff – places functionality and versatility as its top priorities, says Ineos Automotive, and is aimed at customers who are “passionate about hardcore off-roading and tackling the toughest terrain”.
The Grenadier Trialmaster Edition is equipped as standard with Ineos’ Rough Pack and Smooth Pack (see details below), which are available optionally elsewhere in the range.
Finally, the Fieldmaster Edition – named after yet another Belstaff jacket – is aimed at outdoorsy types with adventure-based lifestyles. Equipped with Ineos’ Smooth Pack, but sans Rough Pack, the variant includes additional technology items, Safari Windows and 17-inch alloy wheels, as well as leather upholstery and heated front seats.
All Ineos Grenadier variants are offered with a wide array of options and accessories. Many of these are bundled into logical packs, however there is the option to pick and choose those items required, building a vehicle that is suited to an individual’s specific needs. Ineos Automotive says its open-source approach to customisation means buyers can affix existing kit and utilise pre-wired electrical points to ensure the Grenadier suits their requirements.
While Ineos has already provided details of the vehicle’s construction and powertrain (see links below), it has today revealed off-road geometry and clearance details of the Grenadier for Australian and New Zealand markets.
The five-door wagon will arrive with 264mm of ground clearance, has a wading depth of 800mm, an approach angle of 36.2º, a break-over angle of 28.2º and a departure angle of 36.1º. Braked towing is rated at 3500kg and roof-top load is rated at 150kg dynamic and 420kg static.
By way of contrast, those numbers compare to the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon thusly: 252mm ground clearance, 760mm wading depth, 36.5º approach angle, 21.2º break-over angle and 31.9º departure angle. Braked towing is rated at 2495kg. Roof-top load for the American stalwart is listed at 136kg dynamic and 362kg static.
Option packs and accessories for the Grenadier – and in addition to the Rough Pack listed earlier – include the Smooth Pack ($2875)with park assist, power heated wing mirrors, lockable central storage box, paddle lamps and ambient door lighting, auxiliary charging points and alarm; 17-inch alloy wheels ($1060); 18-inch steel wheels ($1430); 18-inch alloy wheels ($2835); locking wheel nuts ($100); and BF-Goodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tyres ($840).
An exterior utility belt in a $705 option, an access ladder is $350 and a lockable spare wheel storage box $440. Heat-reflective privacy glass is a $670 option while Safari Windows add $2465 to the overall price.
For off-road enthusiasts the Grenadier offers factory-fiited accessories including an auxiliary battery for $1060, differential locks (front and rear) $2790, snorkel $1100, compass and altimeter $460, 5500kg winch $5430, rated recovery points $740, and front towing plate $620.
Inside, the Grenadier may be optioned with leather upholstery for $1850, front seat heaters for $650, a Saddle Leather steering wheel for $1060, carpeted flooring for $370, and carpet floor mats for $380. Interior utility rails add $370 to the list price, auxiliary charging points $220 and an overhead switch panel $1805… while a cigarette lighter and ashtray will set you back $75.
The only final costly choice available for the Grenadier comes from your choice of paint colour. Solid white is the only no-cost option with five other solid colours adding $900 to the build sheet. Metallic hues, of which there are four, add $1230, while a contrasting roof is a further $1690.
You may further choose to powdercoat the ladder frame in red or grey for an additional $1410, or contrast wrap the nose cone for $1400. The rear doors may also be contrast wrapped for $1060.
To learn more about the Ineos Automotive Grenadier, click on the links below, or visit ineosgrenadier.com/en/au/ to configure your own.
2022 Ineos Automotive Grenadier pricing*:
*Pricing excludes on-road costs.
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