Morris Cowley Bullnose
|(1919 to 1926)|
|Production||1919–1926 150,000 made (including Oxford model) related = Morris Oxford|
|Body and chassis|
|Engine||1548 and 1802 cc side-valve Straight-4|
|Wheelbase||102 inches (2.59 m) 108 inches (2.74 m) from 1925|
|Predecessor||Morris Cowley 1915|
|Successor||Morris Cowley (1926-1931)|
The updated Cowley for 1919 had an engine made by the British branch of the French Hotchkiss company, which was essentially a copy of the early Continental unit which was no longer being made. It was the basic model of the Morris two car range of the time with the Oxford, which used the same 1.5L 26 bhp engine until 1923, having leather upholstery and upgraded lighting as the de-luxe version.
Morris acquired the British interests of Hotchkiss in 1923 and renamed them Morris engines branch.