1996 Daihatsu Feroza Review
Build Quality, Rust proof galvanized body panels, low range 4x4
Feroza — Needs more grunt but is virtually unbreakable, keeps up with mates cruisers on the beach with its manual locking hubs and low range (rav4 eat your heart out) Looks better with the wide mags I put on it, Alloy bullbar and spotties and sounds good with the custom exhaust and intake system.
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Reviews From Other Years
3.5 Stars Out Of 5 :)
Like a tank. Impossible to destroy and solid engine with alot of torque. Terrible interior, very basic and not too many "features" but when its built for 4x4ing then you really dont need alot of fe... Read More
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The performance on these 1.6's isnt the greatest but they are tough little engines and can take a fair flogging hahaha, the 4X4 in this is awesome and hasn't let us down yet. For more off road it woul... Read More
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Lightweight, lightly built, could be stronger built. Braking is not the best on 33" tires, acceleration is slow but who cares, handling is bad (more fun) It looks cool with both plastic top's off , is... Read More