Morris Oxford Flatnose & Six
|Production||1926–1930 (4-cylinder) 1929–1933 (6 Cylinder) 32,282 made.|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||4-door tourer 4-door saloon 4-door fabric saloon 2-door coupé|
|Engine||1802 cc side-valve Straight-4 1938 cc side-valve Straight-6 2062 cc|
|Wheelbase||114 in (2,900 mm)|
The distinctive bullnose radiator was dropped in 1926 in an updated version of the car. The engines remained the same but a new range of bodies was offered including all steel saloons.
A 1938 cc six-cylinder version, the LA series Oxford Six, was made between 1929 and 1933 and was much more successful than the 1920 version. Alongside the tourer and steel saloon, a fabric-bodied car was offered until 1932, when it and the tourer were dropped and a coupé introduced.
In 1932, the gearbox gained a fourth speed and the engine grew to 2062 cc with the Q-series unit.