Exterior Design Story
Engine and Transmission
Differentials
Capability
Test in Plain Sight
Wheel, Tyres and Brakes
Servicing and Repair
Manufacturing Sites and Assembly
Vehicle Technology & Accessories
Paint and Corrosion
Full Reveal
Episode 2

A suspension set-up that’s as tough as the terrain it’s built for.

Suspension

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Learn more about suspension

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Suspension: tried and tested performance

The Grenadier needs to take even the toughest terrain in its stride. We’re using a multi-link suspension set-up with separate coils and dampers, so you get maximum traction and articulation, wherever you’re working.

Suspension you can rely on

Real off-roaders can take serious punishment. That’s why the Grenadier has a suspension set-up that’s as tough as the terrain it’s built for. Separate coils and dampers provide a simple system. One that’s designed to keep you moving. There’s less to go wrong, but when it does, it will be easier to fix in the field.

Heavy-duty for heavy going

The reinforced dampers, made by leading German automotive manufacturer, ZF, can take a real beating.

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Less wear and tear

Only two Universal Velocity joints means there are fewer moving parts needed to get drive to the wheels compared with independent systems.

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A proven set-up

Control arms manage axle movement on extreme terrain.

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Straightforward maintenance

Coils and dampers can be replaced individually with minimal tools, reducing cost and getting you moving sooner.

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Heavy-duty for heavy going
Less wear and tear
A proven set-up
Straightforward maintenance

“You want something basic, well set up, that does the job.”

Billy Milne
Scottish Estate Manager

Handling the harshest terrain

It's off-road performance that matters most. Where the asphalt ends, the Grenadier really comes to life. From the long-travel coils that improve ride quality, to the Panhard rod that makes handling more predictable.

Long-travel coils for a smoother ride

The Eibach-manufactured coils offer progressive compression and rebound movement for improved comfort on rough terrain.

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Multi-link suspension

A lighter set-up makes for a better ride.

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Polyurethane bump stop

Large polyurethane bump stops provide extra support under intense load and travel.

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Dampers for any conditions

German automotive manufacturer, ZF’s robust and reliable dampers can operate anywhere. Sand, rock or snow. Blistering heat or freezing cold.

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Predictable handling

A Panhard rod ensures there’s no lateral movement from the axle, so it only moves vertically. It’s a trusted design feature that’s been used for decades.

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Long-travel coils for a smoother ride
Multi-link suspension
Polyurethane bump stop
Dampers for any conditions
Predictable handling

“The Panhard rod guides the whole lateral load of the vehicle, so it has to be massive. It’s made of steel.”

Matthias Mair, Development Engineer, Magna