Again, the chassis was utterly conventional, and what you got for your money was really an upmarket Morris. Thus, there were three-tone paint schemes, twin downdraught carbs, fog lamps and more sumptuous interior, with a better ration of wood and leather - although that depressing square Morris speedo with auxiliary gauges hidden in its dial was still there. 16hp came on a 117ins wheelbase frame, the 21hp on a 121½ ins wheelbase.
- 2062cc/2916cc (S6 OHV)
- Front engine, rear-wheel drive
- Production dates:
- 1935 to 1937
- Number produced: