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Thoughts on the new Ineos Grenadier?

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03 Jul 2020 15:23 #224448 by 300bhpton

mikemike39 wrote: Interested to read your 79 series Land Cruiser comment - I was looking at the Toyota range on the Toyota Gibraltar website the other day, which includes these (as well as two times 90 litre litre fuel tank on one. I wondered whether it is possible to import these into the UK for personal use (I have a 2008 LHD G Wagon which I brought in, but that does have a CoC)? I thought they - maybe the emissions or some other features - would mean that I would not be able to register one of them if I bought it . I wondered whether you or any other poster knew anything about this?

Many tx, Mike

PS - I am on the Grenadier list, I'd prefer a big Toyota engine to a BMW of course!


Should be no problem to import. You might have to pay some duty and import fees. Plus it'll need reregistering. Suspect you'd need to go through an IVA with it, same as a grey import from Japan or the USA. Lots of companies likely to help you with this.

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