Announced 1 September 1932. (Morris Ten and not Morris Ten-Four)
Shares with range wire wheels, new type mudguarding; domed wings and wing sideshields Ten-four
- Chassis £127.10.0
- Saloon with fixed or sliding head £165 or £169.10.0
- Special coupé with sliding head £195
- 4-cylinder engine 63.5 x 102mm = 1292cc
- Nominal horsepower 10
- Output 24 hp @ 3200 rpm (in April 1934 27.5 @ 3400 rpm)
- Wheelbase 8ft 0inches, Track 4ft 0inches
- Weight 19cwt 3qr
- Weight nearly 21cwt (as in road test reported in The TImes of 18 April 1934)
Ten-six (and now a Ten-Four not Ten)
- Six-cylinder engine announced 28 August 1933.
Short-lived model but still advertised August 1934
The Times published a road test 29 January 1935 which gives it very faint praise
- Fixed or sliding head saloon, Travellers' saloon
- Special coupé, tourer or two-seater
- 6-cylinder side-valve engine 57 x 90mm = 1378cc
- Nominal horsepower 12 though called The Ten(-Six)
- Tax rating 12.09 hp
- Wheelbase 8ft 6inches, Track 4ft 0inches. (wheelbase 6 inches longer than the Ten-Four and same as Cowley Four)
- Weight 21½cwt
Ten-four Series II Updated shape (for Ten and Twelve) announced 17 May 1935.
Built-in luggage accommodation.
- from November 1936 easy-clean wheels available at no extra cost.
- Series II and III
- Wheelbase 8ft 4inches, Track 4ft 2inches
- Weight 20cwt 3qr
Ten-four Series III August 1937
- New overhead valve cylinder head
New Car 1938 (unitary construction)
- Series M announced August 1938 - would last until 1948
- Engine: 4-cylinders 63.5 x 90mm = 1140cc ohv
- Rated horsepower 9.99
- Wheelbase 7ft 10inches, Track 4ft 2inches
- Weight 18¾cwt
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