Popular saloon, de luxe saloon, 2-seater.
Superseding the Super Nine, this one was notable for the adoption - at last! - of a rear wheel handbrake. Other period gimmicks included four speed silent third 'box, complete with remote control, freewheel and Startix. Maximum speed was around 65mph, faster than its opposition, but then it was £40 dearer. Popular model had fixed roof, crash box and no freewheel.
- 1122cc (S4 IO)
- Front engine, rear-wheel drive
- Production dates:
- 1933 to 1934
- Number produced:
- see Super Nine