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spudfan
29th April 2022, 03:58 AM
The build specs for Grenadier landed in my email a few moments ago. There are links to the three sections but they do not work at the moment, site must be busy!!!
The time has come. We’ve now revealed the complete product specifications and pricing for our rugged 4X4. So you can think about exactly how you will spec yours before you lock in your order. Engine, wheels and tyres, colours, interior trims, options, accessories – it’s all here.

Orders open on May 18th, so now’s the time to soak up everything the Grenadier has to offer before you commit to the spec you need to get the job done.
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HOW TO BUY

Ready to order on May 18th? We’ve made it really easy to buy your new Grenadier. A fully refundable EUR 2500 deposit reserves your build slot. If you’ve already paid a reservation fee this will be deducted from the deposit. You can also see finance product information and find your local retail partner.
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SERVICING YOUR GRENADIER

We recommend getting your Grenadier serviced every 12 months and will launch with around 185 service sites. Our network of quality partners really ‘get’ off-road vehicles and are trained and supported by our own technical teams and INEOS Automotive HQ. This network will grow as we aim for you to be within 45 minutes/50 km of an accredited IAL workshop. So, servicing and repairs are never far away.
SHOW ME SERVICING >
Someone on Defender2 just sent me this link
How to Buy the Grenadier Vehicle| INEOS Grenadier (https://ineosgrenadier.com/en/gb/the-vehicle/buying-the-grenadier)
The colour choices don't show up too well.

Mules
29th April 2022, 05:28 AM
Full Specs / Pricing.

Site now working. 178451

simonmelb
29th April 2022, 06:14 AM
So what would be the actual on road cost of the plain $84,500 wagon?

Also I would have expected to see a price higher than this, given equipment costs in things from Europe in my industry have gone up 15% in the last few months!!

spudfan
29th April 2022, 06:40 AM
With emissions of 300g Co2, road tax here will be €2400 or 3,550 AUD per year.

simonmelb
29th April 2022, 07:01 AM
Our govt unfortunately doesn’t care about emissions at all. We still have Euro 5 as our requirement which you blokes introduced 11 years ago!


With emissions of 300g Co2, road tax here will be €2400 or 3,550 AUD per year.

Homestar
29th April 2022, 09:58 AM
With emissions of 300g Co2, road tax here will be €2400 or 3,550 AUD per year.

Ouch! What is a normal or average yearly road tax?

Here for me it would be around $710 AU per year here where I live in Victoria - €480.

As mentioned, no one seems to care about vehicle emissions too much over here although we account for less than 2% of vehicles globally.

simonmelb
29th April 2022, 10:08 AM
Ineos were hoping for a 1 Ton payload.

The 5 seater Diesel payload is only 810Kg. Thats only 130Kg more than a Disco 2.

The Grenadier | INEOS Grenadier (https://ineosgrenadier.com/en/au/the-vehicle/the-grenadier#spec-column-070202)

Oh well, I still like the overall vehicle as vehicle to keep for ages and DIY service!

Homestar
29th April 2022, 10:52 AM
Couldn’t find those specs but I’m only on my phone. What is the payload for the utility wagon without rear seats - or what do the seats weigh when everyone rips them out and sticks them in the back shed until they sell it. [emoji56]

simonmelb
29th April 2022, 11:07 AM
2 seat Utility payload is 826Kg for the Diesel. (906 Kg Petrol)

And that's with 'liquids but no driver'.

So that's about 746 Kg with a driver. Bit low I recon for a utility vehicle. Towing capacity is 3500 Kg but the GTM is not quoted yet.



Couldn’t find those specs but I’m only on my phone. What is the payload for the utility wagon without rear seats - or what do the seats weigh when everyone rips them out and sticks them in the back shed until they sell it. [emoji56]

spudfan
29th April 2022, 07:26 PM
Ouch! What is a normal or average yearly road tax?

Here for me it would be around $710 AU per year here where I live in Victoria - €480.

As mentioned, no one seems to care about vehicle emissions too much over here although we account for less than 2% of vehicles globally.
A lot lower than that!
The Puma is €1034 (AUD 1,524) annually. It should be the higher €2400 but Land Rover got the Pumas recertified in Europe as a "commercial" vehicle. So it has it's road tax calculated on engine cubic capacity and thus comes in at €1034 per year.

scarry
29th April 2022, 07:43 PM
The accessories seem reasonably priced,particularly if compared to Defender.

Even the Bull Bar is cheap,but i bet it isnt a full bumper version,that we need in Aus.

I still cant work out why the European manufacturers that produce touring/remote area travel vehicles dont put in a well sized fuel tank.

The aftermarket guys will sort out the fuel tank size and the bar no doubt.Particularly if the bar is easy to engineer,unlike Defender.

4runnernomore
30th April 2022, 03:43 PM
But where back to the same issue GVM and GCM. Add the usual fruit and your going to be seeking a gvm increase to stay legal which will eat into the GCM.


810kg is not going far .


When will the manufacturer’s learn and provide the load carrying allowance and fruit for vehicles. So much for the 1 tonne capacity. So bloody disappointed. [bigsad]

light trucks anyone [bigwhistle] OKA is looking better every day [bighmmm]

101RRS
30th April 2022, 04:32 PM
OKA is looking better every day [bighmmm]

Yes but 3 to 4 times the price.

spudfan
9th May 2022, 01:58 AM
I noticed in the specifications that the "ladder frame" (chassis) comes in black but you can have it painted for delivery in a choice of other colours as an extra cost option.
"Defender Rust" is not on the choice of colour list.

prelude
28th May 2022, 05:25 PM
Our govt unfortunately doesn’t care about emissions at all. We still have Euro 5 as our requirement which you blokes introduced 11 years ago!

Well, I would not be to sorry about that to be fair. Allow me to be clear that I am not anti-environmentalist or anything but things are getting way out of hand down here IMHO.

Let me give you an example with the grenadier. In belgium or germany the car will cost around 60K euro's. However, my pretty little "always have to be best in the class" country has invented a "slurp tax" which means, if your car uses a lot of fuel, you pay more. I guess people need an incentive? maybe? but this means that the grenadier will cost over 100K euro's down here for a bare bones simple vehicle... So simply put, I am never going to (be able to) buy one since it is just not economically feasible.

As a second example, a 100K range rover costs 250K (euro's) down here. That's just absurd. Like I said, I get that people might need some incentive, but this way the government is actually pushing me, the enthusiast, out of a reasonable choice.

Alas! I will continue to drive my 4.6L P38 then :)

-P

David J H
2nd June 2022, 05:49 PM
I went along for the test drive with high hopes, but however good the vehicle might be, it is a non-starter for me as the footwell protrudes level with and alongside the brake pedal and there is no space for a long left leg. From what the demonstrators said, the exhaust runs through the space so I'm guessing a DPR to get it close to the engine. So be aware if you are not vertically challenged.

Samblers
8th June 2022, 09:15 AM
Can I ask where you test drove in Perth?

cjc_td5
8th June 2022, 09:55 AM
Can I ask where you test drove in Perth?There were drive sessions held near Waroona in early May.