Standard 1930

18/36 (6 cyl, 2230cc)(wb: 10' 2'') - end of prod.
Nine
Big Nine - (from 1928) end of prod.
Big Nine - new model
Fifteen - (from 1929) end of prod.
Fifteen - new model
Sixteen

Great Britain

9 HP chassis is available with several body types. They have 4-cyl. 1287-cc side-valve engine. Standard also offer 6-cyl. 2054-cc 15 HP models.
9.9hp Big Nine introduced to replace the previous two models. Fitted with spiral bevel rear axle in place of worm drive. Saloon, touring (2 and 4 seaters), Avon and Swallow bodies available.
15hp Exmouth and Ensign continued as before as did the larger engined 16hp model now known as the Envoy.

Motor Sport; Sports Models for 1931 October 1930
Although the Standard Motor Co. are not marketing a sports model themselves, the recently introduced "Avon" model (produced by the New Avon Body Co., Ltd.) will continue to be marketed, built into both the 9 and 16 h.p. chassis. Prices are as follow:-9 h.p. coupe £280, 9 h.p. two-seater £250, "Ensign 6" 16 h.p. coupe £315, two-seater £285.
 

Nine

(4 cyl, 1159 cc, 22 bhp)(wb: 7' 7 1/2'')


October '29

 

Big Nine

(4 cyl, 1287 cc, 25,5 bhp)(wb: 8' 3'')


Nine Saloon Teignmouth Fabric Saloon with sliding roof. The basic saloon is known as Fulham (wb 8 ft 3 in and 7 ft 8 in resp.)


May '30


September '30


October '30

 

Fifteen

(6 cyl, 1930 cc, 37 bhp)(wb: 9' 3'') - end
(6 cyl, 2054 cc, 41 bhp)(wb: 9' 10'')

 

Sixteen

(6 cyl, 2054 cc)(wb: 9' 1'')