Land Rover Monthly Winter 2021

The magazine that covers all you need to know about your Land Rover. Every month our team of experts will bring you inspiring features on inspiring UK and overseas driving and adventures, stunning restorations, technical knowledge and how-to instructions, news, views and opinions on all things Land Rover, old and new!

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COVER: Winter project PICTURE: Alisdair Cusick Subs and customer services: Get your magazine delivered through your door every month UK and International Tel: +44 01778 392033 Email: Where to buy LRM LRM is available at all good newsagents and supermarkets, but quickly sells out. Why not ask your newsagent to reserve your copy? If you still have difficulty obtaining a copy of LRM, phone 01778 391171 How to advertise Contact our Advertising Manager Steve Miller Tel: 01778 391106 or 07586 023248 Email: Tell us about your new product We’re eager to hear about new products – and so are our readers. Tell us about them Show us your Land Rover Want to see your Land Rover featured in LRM? Email: Tell us about your event or news Our readers want to know what’s going on. Share it with them…

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all rise please

DESPITE the fact that we are living in a world with lots of depressing news there is one positive certainty: old Defender prices are not only holding their own, they are slowly but surely creeping up. Old Defenders are in demand like never before. When you chat to people who are in the business of buying and selling them, they concur. Is there any other mass-produced mainstream vehicle (with a starting price of around £25,000 when they were still selling them) that holds its value so well? I don’t think so. If there is, please do let me know. Some doomsayers predicted the old Defender bubble would burst when the new one came out; that was over a year ago now and the opposite has happened. I’ve had my rare 1998…

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Defender of the faith? I’M a fan of your magazine and look forward to receiving it each month. I have the privilege of working for JLR, so you can call me biased, but I take exception to the letter from John Brown concerning Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS. I’m somewhat taken aback by the fact that you’re Land Rover Monthly and yet you have printed this. I understand that you have probably done so in the spirit of unbiased reporting, but it’s still a poor show! Why would JLR allow this company to set up in competition using their own product? They have a reputation to protect and have done so why would they allow that iconic name to be used by any other manufacturer? I also take exception to the comments surrounding…

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NOMAD BOX PRICE: £54.55 CONTACT: GET your gear organised and neatly stored in these reinforced Nomad boxes. Available in black, olive and sand colours. Size: 517 x 404 x 233 mm. SELF RECOVERY PRICE: £249.95 CONTACT: IF you are travelling on your own and you don’t have a winch then you might want a set of Maxtrax. Best self-recovery piece of gear on the market. Great forwhen you’re in the sand and mud. BULKHEAD BONNET HINGE PRICE: £6.60 CONTACT: THESE ready to weld-on Bulkhead Bonnet Hinges are for Defenders, Series IIs and IIIs. They are made from 4 mm mild steel and are laser cut and CNC folded for accuracy. SEATBELT REAR TUBE ASSEMBLY PRICE: £83.94 CONTACT: THIS tubes goes from your rear crossmember to under the rear wheel arch, to bolt the seat belt to. You will need one for…

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enhanced connectivity and more comfort

The line-up: • P300: 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol, 300 hp, 400 Nm of torque • P360: 3.0-litre six-cylinder MHEV petrol, 360 hp, 500 Nm of torque• D250: 3.0-litre six-cylinder MHEV diesel, 249 hp, 570 Nm of torque• D300: 3.0-litre six-cylinder MHEV diesel, 300 hp, 650 Nm of torque THE new Discovery hasn’t exactly gone down very well. When it was revealed three years ago, forums were awash with enthusiasts debating if the rear end was left to the office junior. The styling certainly split opinion – with a disproportionate amount of bodywork to glass ratio down the side and a butt ugly rear compounded by the off-centre number plate. It was not the handsome successor to the Discovery 4 everyone hoped it would be. It wasn’t the sales success that JLR were betting on…

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old defender makes costly comeback

REMEMBER when they announced the pricing for the new Defender and Land Rover enthusiasts around the world accused Jaguar Land Rover of losing the plot? Well, JLR heard your pleas of poverty and decided to bring back the old Defender (with an even bigger price tag, mind). And just how do they plan on doing that? By giving Bowler Motors (now part of JLR’s Special Vehicles Division) the right to use the iconic shape of the old Defender that we all so love and adore. Bowler Motors have codenamed this project ‘CSP575’ and it will combine Land Rover’s beastly 575 PS 5.0-litre supercharged V8 with Bowler’s tough and already-proven CSP strong steel chassis. Chuck in four sports seats, the obligatory roll cage, plus air con, and you are ready to go very…