|Model Designation||Wolseley 6/80|
|Production Period||Oct 1948 - Oct 1954|
|Body Type||4 Door Saloon|
|Engine Configuration||6 Cylinder ohc|
|Power||72 bhp @ 4,600 rpm|
|Torque||102 lb ft @ 2,200 rpm|
|Transmission||4 speed column gearchange|
|Top Speed||78 mph (126 kph)|
|Fuel consumption||22 mpg|
|0-60 mph||24.4 seconds|
|Weight||2,690 lb (1,220 kg)|
|Length||14' 9" (4.49m)|
|Width||5' 6" (1.67m)|
|Height||5' 3.5" (1.61m)|
Introduced Post War, mono-construction applied to the Wolseley 6/80 and the smaller Wolseley 4/50. See also the Morris Six MS.
Although introduced in 1948, the Wolseley 6/80 was to remain a rare sight on British roads until the fifties due to the concentration on the export market.
The Wolseley 6/80 is particularly remembered as the apparent police car of choice for the early fifties.