Most of my off-roading in my youth was on two wheels before owning a 4x4. I still have a 250 RL Suzuki trials bike that I bought in 1973/4 when I was
19 years of age. And that brings me to my age and the Grenadier if you have done the maths, yes I am 68 years young in mind, body differs. The Grenadier ticks all the boxes for me now, Sir Jim and his trusty men an organization of clout, Magna Steyr tried and proven industry leaders, BMW trusted and proven motor, ZF auto gearbox and the list goes on. I am trusting Ineos the company to live up to their commitment which I have no doubt will be fore filled. Back to my senior years, comfort and ease of operation are two big boxes ticked after being able to sit as a passenger in the prototype here in Queensland Australia. The seats brilliant, the ride was like an independent setup, you could feel each corner and I was in the passenger seat brilliant, imagine behind the wheel, can't wait. The diesel engine was superb, quiet and quick, love grunt and I think I will love my Grenadier. All the other boxes I think have been ticked on the journey, the rugged frame, axles, diffs, body shape and build, all ticked. We can only assume the electrics/electronics are top of the road where I hope to see my fellow Grenadiers one day.