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THE JOURNAL

The Journal is simply another name for the Alloy+Grit website. This is where you’ll find regular updates from around the world of Land Rover. A quick glance at the top navigation bar spells out the general scope of the journal.

The Alloy+Grit NEWS section is where you’ll find the latest news from Land Rover, the aftermarket, local and regional clubs, motorsport and more. We gather information from around the world and share it with you, adding our own insight to make it as relevant as possible for you.

The ROAD TESTS heading is where you’ll find our reviews of the most recent new Land Rover models we’ve driven. We’ll bring you the high points of the latest from Land Rover with FIRST IMPRESSIONS as we experience them from media introductions and special events, with more complete analysis later in the form of FIRST DRIVE reports. Our ROAD TESTS will allow us to explore new Land Rover models on our own terms, while our OFFROAD TESTS will challenge their capabilities. From time to time we may even pit a Land Rover up against one of its competitors with a COMPARISON.

Our FEATURES will look beyond just the newest Land Rovers to examine the PRODUCTS and LIFESTYLE elements that round out the scene. We will report to you on Land Rover EVENTS as well as off-road TRAILS around the country. Other stories will also include FEATURE VEHICLES and TECH ARTICLES.

Our exclusive ROVEROGRAPHY series is a great way to showcase your favorite Land Rover (that would be yours, we’re guessing). The format is simple; just download the questionnaire here, fill it out and return it to us along with a few good pictures. We’ll pick the most interesting vehicles and owners based on the answers and pictures you submit and feature your story on the journal.

The Alloy+Grit RESOURCE section will be the first place you visit when you need a quick answer to Land Rover questions. Need to know the ground clearance on the new Range Rover Sport? Check out the Tech Specs page for than model. Trying to explain to your friend how to tell if it’s a Discovery I or a Discovery II? Point them to the photo galleries. Seeking other Land Rover owners? Visit the club listings.

5 comments

  1. Saw your post on LINKEDIN and decided to check out your site. I like your ideas. I have been a LR nut for 50 years (the first 30 in the UK, the past 20 in the US) and have owned dozens of them, currently have 4 roadworthy and 2 in rehab. When I find the time, I will submit some pictures and details.

  2. I saw your info about your new publication and am impatiently waiting to get the information motion on when I can subscribe.
    I have a 2010 Range Rover Sport HSE and love it. It is next to impossible to get articles on the Rangy.
    I hope nothing impedes your progress.
    Thanks
    Paul

  3. Just received issue one and I love it!! It is well done! I am glad we have a U.S. Rover Magazine. I wish you the best and hope to see you around for many years to come!! I am doing my part with an annual subscription!

  4. Well done on your first issue. Received it, to my surprise, when I ordered new shocks from Atlantic British. Just subscribed and anxiously awaiting the second issue. Currently own an 04 G4 edition D2 with a few mods, and an 08 lr3 with a 2″ lift. Previously owned a 2000 D2, 04 Range, 07 Lr3. We are a Land Rover family.

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