Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - Driving -

The Mor­ris 10M might look like a frag­ile, staid old beast but it hides a lot of sur­prises, and comes with an en­gine for which you can eas­ily find spares. You can also up­grade it fairly eas­ily.

While you would never be plac­ing your Mor­ris in the fast lane of a mo­tor­way, the car will give a rea­son­able ac­count of it­self in most sit­u­a­tions, and it stops and starts much bet­ter than many ri­vals. The Times reg­u­larly pub­lished road tests in the 1930s and its com­ments on the Mor­ris 10 were apt. ‘ The car trav­els well for its size and is man­age­able,’ the pa­per re­ported drily. Not that we wish to doubt the great or­a­cle but the 10M is so much more than this com­pared to many of its ri­vals. It’s well-built, spa­cious, com­fort­able and char­ac­ter ra­di­ates from ev­ery inch of it.

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