The modelRead full Ineos Grenadier review
Due to its prowess off-road, the Grenadier will really appeal to those that aim to head off the beaten track, chasing a challenge as they tackle the great outdoors. If, however, you don’t aim to test your mettle on a muddy trail, we suspect the choppy ride and light steering will prove too much of a compromise to handle.
The trimSee full equipment
The entry-level trim is aimed at those that want to carry things rather than people, giving you two seats in the front and a large boot where the rear seats should be. The standard equipment list is off-road focused, giving you a centre-locking differential, cloth Recaro seats, permanent four-wheel drive, LED headlights and a touchscreen infotainment system with built-in off-road navigation and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone mirroring.
The engineSee full engine specs
If you plan to use your Ineos Grenadier on the road more than you do off road, we think this is probably the engine to go for. That’s because it gives you plenty of power off the line, sprinting from 0-62mph in 8.6sec, but proving more refined than the diesel. It’s not as fast as the equivalent engine in a Land Rover Defender, but it’ll never leave you wanting when overtaking or joining the motorway.
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