Wolseley Series III – Eight

Wolseley Series III – Eight Introduction

Following the end of the war, the 12/48 saloon, 14/60, 18/85 saloons, and the ‘Ten’ saloon were re-issued. Alongside these re-issued models, the Wolseley ‘Eight’ saloon although designed prior to World War II, eventually launched on the 29th March 1946.

The Wolseley ‘Eight’ is a smaller version of the ‘Ten‘, the windows are however without louvres, and both the front and rear doors are hung from the centre pillar.

Model DesignationWolseley Series III - Eight
Production PeriodMar 1946 - 1948
Total Produced5344
Body Type4 Door Saloon
Engine ConfigurationIL 4 OHV
Power33 bhp @ 4400 rpm
Torque42 lb ft @ - rpm
Transmission4 speed manual
Top Speed63 mph (101 kph)
0-60 mph- seconds
Fuel consumption36 mpg
Weight1904 lb (864 kg)
Length12’ 1" (3.863 m)
Width4’ 8" (1.422 m)
Height-‘ -" (- m)
SuccessorWolseley 4/50

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