Samiksha Jaiswal

ARO 10

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Manufacturer  ARO
Class  Off-road vehicle
Production  1980–2006
ARO 10
Also called  ARO Ischia (1984-1985 Italy) ARO SuperIschia (1985-1987 Italy) ARO Enduro x4 (1987-1989 Italy) Dacia 10 Dacia Duster ACM Enduro x4 (1987-1989 Italy)
Assembly  Câmpulung-Muscel, Romania
Body style  2-door SUV 2-door convertible 4-door SUV 2-door pickup 4-door pickup

ARO 10 was an off-road vehicle produced by ARO and manufactured in Romania. The ARO 24 Series got a "little brother" in 1980, the ARO 10 Series. While the ARO-24 can be classified as mid-size SUVs, the ARO 10 is about the size of a Jeep Wrangler. It was produced in many body trims, equipped with seven different engines (both gas and Diesel), and came in both 4x2 and 4x4 versions. The ARO 10 was sold as the Dacia Duster in some international markets and as ACM Enduro x4 in Italy (assembled by ARO-Ciemme - 1987-1989). A model derived from ARO 10, named ARO Spartana, was also produced starting 1997. The last evolution of ARO 10, produced from 1999, was called ARO 10 Super, had a slight design revamp and was built on ARO 24 Series chassis.

Contents

Sport Utility Vehicles

  • ARO 10.1 2-door Convertible
  • ARO 10.4 3-door
  • ARO 10 Spartana
  • ARO 11.4 5-door
  • Light Commercial Vehicles

  • ARO 10.6 Regular Cab Pick-up
  • ARO 11.9 Double Cab Pick-up
  • Other Versions: 10.0, 10.2, 10.3, 10.5, 10.9.

    References

    ARO 10 Wikipedia


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