Morris Oxford Sixteen & Twenty
|1934 to 1935|
|Production||1934–1935 6308 made|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||4-door saloon, coupé|
|Engine||2002 cc side-valve Straight-6 2561 cc side-valve Straight-6|
|Wheelbase||114 in (2,900 mm)|
A completely new car was announced for 1934 with a longer and stronger chassis with flexible mounting for the 2002 cc engine.
The gearbox gained synchromesh. Initially it kept the Six name (reflecting the number of cylinders in the engine) but this changed to Sixteen (which came from the car's tax horsepower category) in 1935 when it was joined by the 2561 cc Twenty.
It was replaced by the Fourteen / Sixteen / Eighteen range in 1935 and the Oxford name disappeared until 1948.