1996 ARO 10 4x4 Duster 1.9 diesel from UK and Ireland
The brakes (Aro) and the engine (Renault) are not up to Land Rover standards.
Cheap and reliable 4x4 car, able to withstand all terrain conditions. Very competent on forest and mountain tracks.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 1st October, 2000
I didn't know that the ARO car company existed. I guess you learn something new every day! By the way you have a great site.
Well, today you will learn a new one: ARO ran bankrupt after a disaster-contract made by our government with an US company called Cross lander. To mention that it isn't the well known Cross lander, but an obscure company who uses this brand.
I had owned one in the past, but was fitted with the 1.4 Dacia petrol engine. It was a decent car that had not created too many problems. I have used it on and off road and I have to say that the performance of the car was not very impressive. This was no doubt caused by the weak engine and low quality parts. Someone passed a few comments on its shape, but actually I liked its rectangular lines and in general its simplicity. This is not a modern car, but with a good engine and some modern interior design will be an adequate car for hunting and difficult terrain.