Wolseley 25 HP Super Six

Wolseley 25 HP Super Six Introduction

The Series III of the 25 hp Super Six was among the first of the Series III to be introduced on the 14 October 1937. The Coupe version following much later on the 29th March 1938, and the LWB Limousine arriving on the 6th May 1938.

A noticeable difference for the Series III is the bonnet louvres now consisting of many small vertical louvres enclosed by three long horizontal strips rather than the four long horizontal louvres of the Series II.

The 25 hp Super Six also now having the doors both front opening, as opposed to being hinged from the same pillar on the Series II.

Around 175 of the Limousine variant of the 25 hp were produced, of which only 12 are believed known to survive.

Model DesignationWolseley Series III - 25
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Body Type4 Door Saloon
Engine ConfigurationIL 6 OHV
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Transmission4 speed manual
Top Speed- mph (- kph)
0-60 mph- seconds
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