Instead of "downloading a brochure" look for the grey box with the option to request a "printed brochure mailed to you".
Choose to either fill out your info online or call the phone number 1-800-G0-TOYOTA (1-800-468-6968).
This is how I acquired issues # 1, 2, 3, & 4.
NOTICE: I do not think that you can order the older brochures this way. They only send out whatever is the most current version.
When I bought my TT SE I had issue # 4 in hand already by requesting a copy online. I asked my salesperson if she had an extra copy of the latest brochure. I showed her the issue # 4 that I had received in the mail. She said that she had not seen that issue yet. She took me to the closet where they keep all of their brochures, and there was a case full of the issue # 4 brochures. Apparently no one had even opened the box yet and looked inside. They were still displaying the old issue # 3 in the sales room floor rack. By the way, she did give me one more copy. I did not want to seem to be too greedy so I only asked for one more issue.
During my research and FJ test drives I went to a dozen Toyota dealerships. I asked for a copy of the FJ brochure at every one of them. None of them gave me a copy of the "official FJ magazine style brochure" except for the dealership that eventually sold me my TT SE. Some said they did not have any FJ literature. The others gave me a generic brochure of the entire line of Toyota vehicles.
Oh yeah, I almost forgot. I got another copy of the issue # 3 brochure at the State Fair of Texas auto show last October.
Eh, not to be Mr. Negative but the last couple of issues didn't seem to have much new stuff in them. The was a lot of duplication from issue to issue. Don't get me wrong, I'll still snag a copy for the collection.
I look forward to the new Overland magazine much more.