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Ineos Charging More for Grenadier Pickup than SUV

by | April 11, 2024

Nascent vehicle maker Ineos plans to charge $14,000 more for its new Grenadier Quartermaster pickup than its initial offering, the Grenadier SUV. The Quartermaster’s pricing starts at $86,900 and can be optioned up past $113,000.

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The new Ineos Grenadier Quartermaster pickup will cost $14,000 more than the Grenadier station wagon.

The starting price for the Quartermaster, which made its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed last summer, comes in at just under $87,000. If you want to upgrade to the Trialmaster trim, it costs $94,776 and the Fieldmaster is slightly more at $94,900.

“After such an amazing response to the launch of the Inieos Grenadier station wagin in th eU.S. and Canada, we are excited to bring our new double-cab pickup to customer so quickly,” said Greg Clarke, executive vice president Americas, Ineos Automotive.

“The Quartermaster is the perfect combination of rugged and refined, so it can cope with the toughest off-road conditions but still be a great drive on the highway.”

The Grenadier SUV, the vehicle that kicked the company off, starts at $73,100. All of the prices include destination charges. The British off-road vehicle company began taking orders for the new pickup Wednesday.

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The Quartermaster’s pricing starts at $86,900 and can be optioned up past $113,000.

What do you get

Well, in short, its British design with a German engine made in France. The pickup’s design is based on the Grenadier SUV, which bears more than a passing resemblance of the Land Rover Defender from years past.

The truck’s wheelbase is nearly 12 inches longer than the SUV with which it shares a box-section ladder frame chassis. The truck bed is 61.5 inches long and 63.7 inches wide, which is large enough to carry “a standard pallet with ease,” the company notes.

It’s also designed to head just about anywhere with 10.3 inches of ground clearance and a wading depth of 31.5 inches. The Quartermaster features “approach, breakover and departure angles unrivaled by any other series production pick-up,” the company said.

The Quartermaster made its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed last summer.

Like the station wagon, the pickup is powered by BMW’s 3.0-liter turbo-charged inline 6-cylinder gas engine. It’s mated to a 8-speed ZF automatic transmission. A center differential lock and a two-speed transfer case are fitted as standard (front and rear diff locks are optional).

The Quartermaster also rides on the same heavy-duty five-link front and rear suspension and is fitted with Carraro-supplied solid beam axles complemented by powerful Brembo brakes and a recirculating ball steering system.

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Plenty of extras

Quartermaster will be available with a wide range of tailored accessories for drivers looking to customize it to their specific needs.

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The truck bed is 61.5 inches long and 63.7 inches wide, which is large enough to carry a standard pallet with ease.

Its bed can be fitted with a robust frame and waterproof canvas canopy or a lockable roller tonneau cover, while a roof rack further increases carrying capacity and can host a wide range of mounts to carry expedition essentials such as Jerry cans, sand ladders and shovels.

“As part of the final sign-off process, I tested the Quartermaster in both Spain and the African bush. Not only is it a great drive on and off-road but with the enormous load bay it can cope with a huyge amount of kit and cargo,” said CEO Lynn Calder. “As the pickup is such a staple of American life, this is a great addition to our model lineup.”

Orders can now be placed online for the U.S. and Canada. The company expects to begin deliveries in the final quarter of the year.


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