From our verdict on the all-new Land Rover Discovery 5, the best bits from the LRO Peterborough Show and the winner of Modified Land Rover of the Year to the Freelander Challenge, tyres on test, fixing your Range Rover Classic's tailgate and a Defender rebuild that involves dead chickens - the November 2016 issue of LRO has it all! You can also discover the origins of the legendary Land Rover diesel engine. It's history may surprise you.
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'I had to remove a dead chicken...and lots of worms!'
Stuart Crombie's ex-farmer's hack-cum-coop is now a shining inspiration for all other DIY restorers. Mark Saville meets the man and his Ninety.
Land Rover reckons the new Discovery is the most capable off-roader ever. To find out why, we've quizzed those who made it.
And, we thought last year's Peterborough show couldn't be beaten...
Tested - New Generals
General Tire has revamped its 4x4 range with the introduction of the all-terrain AT3 and mud-pattern X3 (the only X3 capable off road - forget that BMW thing...). Neil Watterson tries them out.
Fun and BANES
Neil Watterson heads to Bath and North-East Somerset (aka BANES) for some traditional greenlane fun.
Modified Land Rover of the Year!
After weeks of nail-biting anticipation, the winner of the Modified Land Rover of the Year 2016 was announced at LRO's Peterborough show.
Back to the Drawing Board
Diesel Land Rovers are marking 60 years as British icons - yet they owe it all to a pre-war French car, as Peter Galilee exclusively reveals.
The LRO Freelander makes its competition debut. Neil Watterson commentates.
Fix Range Rover Tailgate
Top tailgate is a notorious rot spot - here's how to rebuild and replace it.