One-Point-Five 1957-1965

The One-Point-Five was initially intended as the new Morris Minor, but it ended up as the Wolsely 1500 and the Riley 1.5

1958 Riley One-Point Five

1958 Riley One-Point Five

The engine in the Riley version gave 36 per cent more power than that of the Wolsely, but fewer were sold (39882 Rileys as opposed to 100744 Wolseleys).

1958 Riley One-Point-Five

1958 Riley One-Point-Five

Specification
(1958 Riley 1.5)
Engine
Straight 4, 1489cc
Power
68 bhp @ 5400 rpm
Transmission
4 speed manual
Chassis
Unitary construction
Suspension
Independent front and live axle rear
Brakes
Girling drum
Top Speed
140 km/h
Acceleration
0-80 km/h: 13 s

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