Wolseley Post Vintage Fourteen

Wolseley Post Vintage Fourteen Introduction

For the start of the 1935 range, the Wolseley Sixteen was substituted with the Fourteen, along with a larger bodied Eighteen, both of six cylinder design.

This model was short lived as on the 11th July 1935 it was upgraded to become the slightly wider ‘New Fourteen‘ in what was to become known as the ‘Series‘ range of cars.

Model DesignationWolseley Fourteen
Production PeriodDec 1934 - Jun 1935
Total Produced~ 2000
Body Type4 Door Saloon
Engine ConfigurationIL 6 OHC
Power48 bhp @ 4500 rpm
Torque- lb ft @ - rpm
Transmission4 speed manual with freewheel
Top Speed65 mph (105 kph)
0-60 mph25 seconds
Fuel consumption27 mpg
Weight2408 lb (1092 kg)
Length13’ 8" (4.166 m)
Width4’ 11" (1.499 m)
Height5’ 5" (1.651 m)
SuccessorNew Fourteen

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