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Ineos Grenadier Quartermaster pickup now on sale

Ineos has announced that its rugged Grenadier off-roader is now available to order in a new double cab pickup configuration

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Ineos has announced that its rugged Grenadier off-roader is now available to order in a new double cab pickup configuration with a load bay capable of carrying a Euro pallet.

The Quartermaster pickup is based on the same foundations as the station wagon range already on sale, but with a longer chassis which supports a 1.5 metre-long and 1.6 metre wide load bay with four tie-down rings to hold cargo in place.

The vehicle can carry payloads of up to 760kg on the move, and the heavy-duty tailgate can support 225kg of weight when open. Like the Grenadier 4×4, the five-seat pickup comes with a 3,500kg towing capacity and has a ground clearance of 20 centimetres. Ineos adds that the pickup can wade through waters up to 80 centimetres high.

The Quartermnaster is powered by a 3.0-litre turbo-charged petrol or diesel engine supplied by BMW, paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Optional extras include utility rails, a frame, a waterproof canvas canopy or a lockable roller tonneau cover for the load bay, and a roof rack which further increases carrying capacity.

Now on sale, prices for the Grenadier Quartermaster start at just over £66k. Like the station wagon range, two top-spec special edition variants are also on offer.

The Trialmaster Edition comes with a number of mechanical upgrades with extreme off-roading in mind, while the Fieldmaster Edition comes with interior upgrades and additional on-board tech – offering more comfort and convenience in off-road scenarios. Both are priced at around £74k.

Sean Rees
Sean Rees
Sean is the Deputy Editor at The Van Expert. A enthusiastic fan of motorsport and all things automotive, he is accredited by the Professional Publishers Association, and is now focused on helping those in van-buying need with independent and impartial advice.

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