Morris Cowley Six
|Production||1934–1935 15,470 made.|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||4-door saloon, 2 door coupé.|
|Engine||63.5 x 102mm (same as Ten-Four) 1938 cc side-valve Straight-6 15 hp 36 bhp at 3,400 rpm|
|Wheelbase||106 inches (2692mm)|
|Width||65.5 inches (1664 mm)|
Announced 28 August 1933 the 1934 Cowley Six replaced the Morris Major keeping the same 1938 cc six cylinder, side valve engine but with a new lower chassis. Along with all other Morris cars the Cowley now has a syncromesh four-speed gearbox, dipping headlights, hydraulic shock absorbers, leather upholstery, hydraulic brakes, rear petrol tank, direction indicators, safety glass, battery master switches and automatic ignition. There was a matching smaller 12 hp 1378cc Morris Ten-Six.
- Saloon £215 or £220 fixed or sliding head
- Special coupé £265
The Cowley Six became the Fifteen-Six in 1935.