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
15 HP Swallow Saloon
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