Coupé, saloon, 4-seater tourer.
Yet more changes - engine was from the Standard 10/12, the four speed 'box had synchro, and the brakes were now servo operated. It also looked a little happier on its 104 ins wheelbase and with the revised styling. Like the SS1s, it lacked good handling and dignity, and never sold as well thanks to competition from Riley, Triumph and Hillman, plus the limitations of that 'look' when scaled down.
- 1343cc/1609cc (S4 SV)
- Front engine, rear-wheel drive
- Production dates:
- 1934 to 1936
- Number produced: