Sober looking 'baby' of the Panhard range, using the company's Knight-principle sleeve valve engines. Crash four-speed 'box gained a silent third ratio in '29, and silent ratios throughout in '30, but you still had the fiendish X-gate change to cope with. 12-volt electrics standard, as were quarter elliptic springs at the rear, and the whole ensemble could only just pull the skin off a rice pudding.
- 1830cc (S6 dSlv)
- Front engine, rear-wheel drive
- Production dates:
- 1928 to 1930
- Number produced: