|Production||1945–1948 53,099 made|
|Assembly||United Kingdom Australia|
|Body style||Saloon, tourer, drophead coupé, estate car|
|Engine||1009 cc Straight-4|
|Wheelbase||83 inches (2108 mm)|
|Length||139 inches (3531 mm)|
|Width||56 inches (1422 mm)|
The car was firmly pitched by Standard against the Austin 8 and Morris Eight rivals and was keenly priced at £314.
After this version of the 8 was phased out Standard-Triumph's next small car was the Triumph Mayflower and it was only after this model had failed to meet its sales targets that a new Standard 8 was launched.