Wolseley Series I New Fourteen

Wolseley Series I New Fourteen Introduction

Introduced on 11th July 1935 the ‘New Fourteen’ saloon car replaced the earlier ‘Fourteen‘ model.

The wheels of the New Fourteen are of the pressed steel variety, not wired as per the earlier model, and the body also widened improving its appearance considerably.

Approximately 5790 were produced, to be replaced barely a year later by the Series II – 14/56 on 26th June 1936.

Model DesignationWolseley ’New Fourteen’
Production PeriodJul 1935 - Jun 1936
Total Produced5790
Body Type4 Door Saloon
Engine ConfigurationIL 6 OHC
Power- bhp @ - rpm
Torque- lb ft @ - rpm
Transmission4 speed manual
Top Speed65 mph (105 kph)
0-60 mph25 seconds
Fuel consumption27 mpg
Weight- lb (- kg)
Length13’ 3.5" (4.051 m)
Width5’ 5" (1.651 m)
Height5’ 4.5" (1.638 m)
SuccessorSeries II - 14/56

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