Standard 1932

Little Nine (4 cyl, 1159 cc, 22 bhp)(wb: 7' 7 1/2'') - end
Big Nine (4 cyl, 1287 cc, 25,5 bhp)(wb: 8' 4 1/4'')
Sixteen (6 cyl, 2054 cc)(wb: 9' 1'')
Twenty (6 cyl, 2552 cc, 55 bhp)( wb: 9' 10'')
Little Twelve (6 cyl, 1337cc, 29 bhp)(wb: 8' 1 1/2') Saloon, Special Saloon - July
Big Twelve (6 cyl, 1497 cc)(wb: 8' 5 1/4'') Saloon, Special Saloon - July
Little Nine (4 cyl, 1052 cc,)(wb: 7' 3'') - new for '34

15hp Sixteen (the former Ensign) and 20hp Twenty (the former Envoy) continue
9hp and 15hp chassis supplied both to Avons and Swallow.
Additionally 15hp chassis supplied to Mulliner who produce a 4 door close coupled saloon.
Standard Little Nine Two-seater is smallest and cheapest (£145) of Standard's range which comprise Little and Big Nine, Sixteen and Twenty models. The Little Nine have a 22-bhp 1005-cc (60•25 x 88 mm) side-valve Four engine. The Sixteen and Twenty are Sixes. Standard Little Nine Special Saloon is priced at £169. The Basic Saloon, which have less luxurious specification and no bumpers, cost £155. Both have 7 ft 6 in wheelbase. Standard Big Nine range comprise Tourers and Saloons, costing from £195 up to £255 for Special Saloon. All have 1287-cc 26-bhp four-cylinder side-valve engine and four-speed gearbox.
In July 1932 the Little 12 and Big 12 six cylinder side valve saloons and 2 and 4 seater tourers were introduced.
8.9hp Little Nine introduced alongside 9.9hp Big Nine - Coachbuilt Saloons available as well as 2 and 4 seater tourers


March '32


September '32

 

Little Nine

 

 

Big Nine

 

 

Sixteen

 


15 HP Swallow Saloon

 

Twenty

 

 

Little Twelve

 

 

Big Twelve