We have evaluated 90 consecutive primary cementless ABG II total hip replacements. The bearings combined metal-on-polyethylene in 64 hips, and alumina-on-alumina in 26 hips. At the minimum 8-year follow-up, ten patients had died, seven had been lost to follow-up, two had undergone revision of either or both components, and 68 were still alive and had not been revised. With revision for any reason as the endpoint, the cumulative survival rate at 10 years was 97.5%±1.7%, and 98.7%±1.3% for the metal-back cup and the femoral component, respectively. No hip showed peri-acetabular osteolysis. The ABG II total hip arthroplasty has demonstrated favourable clinical and radiological outcomes as well as survival in the current series. Further follow-up is needed to confirm these mid-term results.