Land Rover Owner September 2015

LRO is the world's biggest magazine dedicated entirely towards the Land and Range Rover enthusiast. Every issue you'll find our team of experts writing inspirational features on: - Adventure! Off-road adventures in some of the world's most spectacular countryside - Restoration! Inspiring tales of old Land and Range Rovers lovingly rescued and restored... - Maps! Tough tracks with OS maps for you to try - Rare models... find something unusual in every issue - Land Rovers and spare parts for sale... a fantastic range of parts & vehicles for sale, every month Plus the latest club news and events from around the world. Love Land Rovers? Love LRO!

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PLAYING WITH FULL-SIZE remote-control Range Rovers, traversing impenetrable Malaysian rainforest Camel Trophy-style, retracing the tyre tracks of the Land Rover’s fathers, and blasting along in a go-faster Freelander that Solihull never built… This month’s LRO is full of gigs that had the whole team shouting ‘Me, me, me!’ like schoolkids being picked for a game of five-a-side. They all add up to make an issue that’s full of variety, with pretty much every model covered. Only about Defenders? Not LRO. On that note, we’ve just launched the LRO Guide to the Discovery, featuring a collection of our best stories on Discovery 1 to D4, and everything in-between – see p106. And, on p26 you’ll find all the latest news on our Sept 19-20 Peterborough show. It’s getting more exciting every day, so make…

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team lro

MIKE GOODBUN EDITOR Trying not to spend all of LRO’s money on Defender upgrades from the huge variety of trade stands. NEIL WATTERSON DEPUTY EDITOR Probably the club stands (I’m a member of five Land Rover clubs!) and round the BBQ in the evening. MARK SAVILLE ASSISTANT EDITOR Scouring the site in search of potential prize-winners and LRO feature stars. And, talking about my 1957 Series I, Plimsoll. THEO FORD-SAGERS SENIOR STAFF WRITER Watching the work in Polybush’s restoration workshop tent – right next door to the LRO magazine stand. JOHN PEARSON EDITOR-IN-CHIEF On the LRO stand with my G4 Defender 110 Td5, talking to readers about Land Rovers and adventures. Get in touch! Email, post on the forum at; Find us on Facebook – ‘Land Rover Owner’, or talk to us on Twitter – @LandRoverOwner…

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world of land rovers

1st prize WINS A GERBER SUSPENSION MULTI-TOOL ‘Sundown on the beach... what could be better for your home away from home?’ THEO, SENIOR WRITER 2nd prize WINS A GERBER GDC ZIP LIGHT ‘Looks like a well-earned rest under the trees. Liking the Series catflap too – not many about.’ THEO, SENIOR WRITER…

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For stockists or to buy online, please see or call 01506 406277 1st PRIZE Gerber Ultimate Multi-Tool WORTH £59.99 2nd PRIZE Gerber Dime Red Multi-Tool WORTH £29.99 For a chance to see one of your own pics in print, send your best shots to Include a brief description of the vehicle and where the pic was taken, along with the names of anyone in the photo. Please send us the biggest image file sizes you have... Well done Steve Brickstock who wins a £49.99 Gerber Suspension Multi-Tool, and Jake Varey who gets a £12.99 Gerber GDC Zip Light.…

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defenders in the jungle

THE EXPEDITION LEADERS RAMBO LIEW, ORGANISING CHAIRMAN Rambo trained with Vince Cobley at Rockingham in the ‘90s. He now has his own practice in Malaysia and runs courses in China. He also runs recovery operations at F1 events worldwide. KH LAM, EVENT DIRECTOR Lam also trained at Rockingham and has been a qualified Land Rover Experience instructor for eight years. He works with Rambo, and trained the Hong Kong crews for this expedition. EGOR ZUBETS, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Egor left a career in finance to be an off-road instructor, rising to the rank of Lead Instructor at Eastnor. Having returned to his native Russia, he now works at off-road events around the world. Escaping the confines of our stifling Defender during a brief pause, and I set off along a baked yellow track until the diminishing buzz of…

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new land rovers will attract more road tax

From 2017, keepers of new cars emitting more than 50g/km of carbon dioxide will have to pay road tax of £140 a year, plus a £310 premium for the first five years of a vehicle’s life if it has a list price higher than £40,000 – so most new Land Rovers will attract a tax of £450 a year. In addition, the First Year Rate of tax for new vehicles will rise sharply for the most polluting variants, with larger engined Discoverys and Range Rovers most heavily hit and paying up to £2000. The announcement has been criticised openly by Jaguar Land Rover as an irrational penalty on the UK automotive industry, which is largely driven by high-end brands, including JLR. Why the change? Falling vehicle emissions will reduce the amount of VED…