The Ineos Grenadier Quartermaster is available for purchase at $86,900

shawn By On 14/04/2024 at 09:05

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Potential buyers seeking a sturdy midsize pickup truck now have a fresh choice from Ineos, a British company.

The Ineos Grenadier Quartermaster

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Introducing the Grenadier Quartermaster, an extended variant of Ineos' Grenadier SUV, often labeled as a station wagon, featuring a rear bed. Ineos has initiated the booking process for this pickup model this week, projecting deliveries to commence by year-end.

Although the SUV, launched in the U.S. market last year, starts at $71,500, the pickup truck commands a higher price, largely attributed to the "chicken tax," imposing a 25% tariff on imported light trucks. Both models boast body-on-frame construction and are manufactured on the same assembly line at a former Mercedes-Benz facility in France.

In the U.S., pricing for the Quartermaster begins at $86,900, with the more feature-rich Trialmaster and Fieldmaster editions starting at $94,900. Destination charges are not included in these figures.

 

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In the United States, the exclusive powertrain offering is a BMW-sourced turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-6 engine generating 282 horsepower. While other markets offer a diesel alternative, American models come solely with this option. Paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission, the engine powers a four-wheel-drive system featuring a center differential lock and a 2-speed transfer case. Standard features include LED headlights, Recaro seats, roof rails, and front and rear towing eyes.

Compared to its SUV counterpart, the pickup boasts a longer wheelbase, extending approximately 12 inches to a total of 127 inches. Its rear bed spans slightly over 60 inches in length, supporting a maximum payload capacity of 1,675 pounds. With a maximum tow rating mirroring that of the SUV at 7,700 pounds, the pickup offers ample towing capability.

Additional specifications highlight its off-road prowess, including 10.4 inches of ground clearance, 31.5 inches of wading depth, and unrivaled approach, breakover, and departure angles, according to Ineos. The pickup features Carraro-supplied solid beam axles at both ends, enhancing its durability and performance in rugged terrain.

Distinguished by their target users, the pricier grades cater to professional off-roaders (Trialmaster) and occasional off-road enthusiasts (Fieldmaster). Depending on the grade, added features encompass larger wheels, a raised air intake, a bed liner, a power take-off, front and rear differential locks, and BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 tires, among others.

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