LRM launches brand-new digital archive


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You can now access our digital archive!
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Are you looking for articles on a particular subject or model of Land Rover or Range Rover? Well thanks our fully searchable digital subscriptions service, you can now do exactly that. Whether you’re a Land Rover enthusiast or owner or both, you can now subscribe to an extensive digital library of back issues of Land Rover Monthly, developed in partnership with archiving experts Exact Editions.


The fully searchable resource is available across iOS and Android devices so you can search on the go or from the comfort of your living room, and it encompasses issues dating back from May 2015 to the present day. The intuitive navigational functionalities mean that subscribers can not only search for specific models, locations or topics at the click of a button but also interact with links, phone numbers, addresses and more.


Subscriptions are available on the Land Rover Monthly website hereWhat does it cost? You will pay £9.99 per quarter or else £39.99 per year. 

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We’re very excited to be able to share the back catalogue of LRM with our readers – as Britain's fastest-growing Land Rover magazine it’s a great asset to be able to impart articles on the essentials of off-roading, modifying, maintaining and exploring, as well as the latest industry news, how-to guides and buying information all at the click of a button. Want to give it a free try? Click here and read a sample article. 


Did you know that you can now get access to Land Rover Monthly’s fully searchable digital library dating back to May 2015 and including all future issues? Use the search bar below to find buying guides, tests, reviews, tech advice and more: