|1932 to 1935|
|Production||1932–1935 39,074 made.|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||2 seat tourer, coupé, 4-door saloon.|
|Related||Morris Oxford and Morris Twelve|
|Engine||11.9 = 1548 cc or 14/32 = 1802 cc side-valve Straight-4|
|Wheelbase||105 inches (2667 mm)|
|Length||155 inches (3937 mm)|
|Width||60.5 inches (1537 mm)|
|Predecessor||Morris Cowley (1926-1931)|
The 1932 Cowley had a new chassis and Lockheed hydraulic brakes. the engine was the same Continental based unit but a larger 1802 cc version was available as a no cost option until 1933 on the home market. There were no more four seat tourers.
1932 Morris Cowley sports coupe
A new engine, still of the same 1548 cc was introduced in 1933 along with a shorter chassis and only a saloon body available. From 1935 the car was called the Morris Twelve-Four.
1932 Morris Cowley 2 seater sports