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Built in security systems

JohnHeagney

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Hi, Happy New Year to all!
Along with many others, I can’t wait to get hold of my new Grenadier!
One subject that doesn’t seem to have yielded any substantive answers is that of built in security. On the basis that Grenadiers will be in demand, I have a Defender with various after market security devices fitted (due to the attractiveness of Defenders to some types!) I would like to know what systems are already built into the Grenadier.
Does the Grenadier carry any Thatcham approved security systems?
The last thing that I want is to wait all of this time for my Grenadier and for it to then disappear….
Thanks
John
 

Logsplitter

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one security measure that I’m yet to figure out probably until I get the vehicle. Is how does all the central locking work. I’m buying a two seater and would prefer to be able to unlock the front doors or maybe just drivers door without opening everything else. I’ve had two incidences where people have tried to get access to the back of my vehicle when in a crowded and busy with traffic area. Once in Morocco and the other in South Africa. My vehicle at the time was a defender double cab Pick-up with hard canopy on the back. Luckily the back was independantly locked and rear door central locking didn’t work, so doors still locked. I know once in the vehicle I can lock all doors but would prefer all not to unlock at once when unlocking front doors. A retrofit fix I think 🤔
 

IG_in_AZ

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Similar in my Kia, it's in the user settings. I have first unlock fob press opens driver only, second press quickly opens all doors. The setting I think I need to disable is auto unlock all doors on parking. Unsafe in my humble opinion (IMHO) @Jean Mercier an abbreviation (explained) for you, Sir.
 
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