Land Rover Monthly is packed full of essentials on driving, modifying, maintaining, exploring and buying information for Land Rover enthusiasts everywhere!
Every issue is packed full of the latest news, what’s on, price guides and vehicles for sale. The magazine also has regular reports from well-known Land Rover enthusiasts and owners, celebrities and the Land Rover team themselves. We bring you exclusives of the latest Land Rovers as they are released, as well as the classics.
The magazine also has an extensive technical section packed full of projects, repairs, modifications and advice guides. There’s also Land Rover clubs, miniature Land Rover models and much more! Click here to see the full archive.
ON THE COVER: From flawed to fabulous: How a ratty, old 110 Utility became one man’s interpretation of the perfect Defender. FEATURES: • Always evolving: Product development is a process of evolution – we see how Terrafirma goes about it. • The £100k Defender: No more Mr Utility – the new Defender 130 seats eight and becomes a Range Rover rival. • Marvellous Malvern: Our latest Spares Day was a triumph – meet some of the folk who found bargains. • Bigger and Better: Overland Expo 2022 was held in Flagstaff, Arizona: it was huge and very impressive. • The Big Picture: JLR joins the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee event. CLASSICS: • Roy of the Rovers: Land Rover Legend: Roy Preston and his long-term passion for very early Discoverys. • Might of Hercules: The intriguing tale behind a six-wheel Defender overlander, named after the god of strength. TECHNICAL: • Repairing a Defender bulkhead: Rather than simply being replaced, Project Defender’s rusty bulkhead receives a number of painstaking repairs. • Add a locking rear differential: A locking rear differential will greatly improve your Land Rover’s off-road ability – here’s how to fit one. • Your questions answered: Assessing rust, what to do with a Lightweight, and refurbing a steering wheel. PLUS: Products, Events, Market News, Used Land Rovers for sale, and much more...