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June 2019

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In the June issue of 4x4 we’ve got everything from news and reviews to features on traversing Tibet, we pose whether Land Rover have already made the ideal Defender replacement and there’s also the steadfast lane guide and calendar for what’s what in the off-roading world.

Our cover star is the immensely impressive truck that embodies the teaming up of two off-road giants – Britpart and ARB. We also delve deeper into the Jeep Wayout, the Gladiator-based overlanding concept, because what’s not to love about a tricked out home-from-home pick-up wearing a seven-bar grille?

The new Defender is coming, but we muse that perhaps Solihull has already made a very sound alternative in the Discovery I. On the theme of Discoverys, we bring you one for playdays, one for the everyday and one for Doomsday.

Our travel section tells the tale of two very different adventures, across the frosted caps of the Himalayas and a humanitarian expedition along the entire Atlantic Coast.

We also have our road book, which this month leads the way around the delights of the East Midlands, plus we’ve calendars for keen overlanders, convoy enthusiasts and this month’s pay and play events. Plus, we have a report from the opening round of the British Cross Country Championship.

All of this, plus the latest news and products from the off-road world within the pages of the latest issue of 4x4.

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