Wolseley 16/35 car history
1925 to 1927
Body versions :
Touring car , limousine
Petrol :2.6 liters
The Wolseley 16/35 was a mid- size car that Wolseley brought out in 1925 as the successor of the first Fourteen .
Priced from £395 to £595 for the top models fitted with 4 speed gearbox single plate clutch and 4 wheel brakes.Like its predecessor, it had a four-cylinder engine with 2614 cc displacement and side valves. It was delivered on a chassis with 2997 mm wheelbase. The construction was 4013 mm long and 1600 mm wide. The car weight was 1422 kg.
In 1927 the model was discontinued and finished the time of the large, side-controlled four-cylinder engines at Wolseley.
Wolseley 16/35 details
Body versions: Touring car , limousine
Engines: Gasoline engine :2.6 liters
Length: 4013 mm
Width: 1600 mm
Wheelbase: 2997 mm
Curb weight: 1422 kg
Previous model Wolseley Fourteen