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110 owner here with a decision to make!

Tom D

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Might as well wait until the owner reviews arrive just to be sure.. shouldn’t be long now.
On paper its a near perfect replacement for a 110.
 

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Bowker is also my nearest agent. I’ve had three 110 Defender station wagons, an old 110 12/24v hard top, currently a Wolf 110 hard top. The Grenadier is a no brainier as it’s well screwed together and comfy, even though it is quite expensive compared to what I’ve ever paid for new Defender station wagons.
 
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I think a Grenadier to replace a Defender is a no brainer, as long as they get it right in the first place, I'm hoping the delays are final quality adjustments as well as parts availability issues.
At least I hope so as I've ordered one! Currently drive a late model 90.
 
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You're asking the Grenadier forum if you should sell your 110 for a Grenadier?

Talk about confirmation bias!

Order! Now!
Oh, No! - Not asking, just listening to views, opinions, and the questions that I hadn`t thought to ask.
At present my 110 USW is "a company van" with all that entails, tax wise, whereas it seems that the Grenadier has not (and will not?) been allowed the same status.
Anyway, who said I was selling the Defender? More toys etc....
 
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After 30+ years in defenders and 3/4 million miles its a no brainer get one I did and thousands of others followed suit.
 
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