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Ineos hopes to sell 400 vehicles a year with NZ launch

Matt Martel
Wed, 29 Sep 2021

Ineos hopes to sell 400 vehicles a year with NZ launch
The Grenadier is pitched as a "go anywhere' 4x4. (Image: Supplied)
Matt Martel
Wed, 29 Sep 2021
Controversial All Blacks sponsor Ineos has announced the launch of its tough new 4WD vehicle, the Grenadier.It will open online pre-orders tomorrow for registered New Zealand users of its website, with the general public able to order from October 14.Car dealer Armstrong’s will open sales yards for Grenadier in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin, with first deliveries expected in July next year. Purchases can be completed in person or online.It will retail from $93,500 for a two-seat commercial version, which it describes as h...

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