The Alvis 4.3 Litre was a car produced by Alvis between 1936 and 1940. A total of 166 cars were made in this time.
The 4.3 Litre appeared at the 1936 Moscow Motor Show. It continued on from the Alvis 3.5 Litre but one difference was that Alvis offered a standard design of a saloon of the car.
The car's engine had a bore of 92mm and had 6 cylinders. The capacity was 4387cc, which was able to produce 137hp. This means that the car could reach speeds of 103mph (166kmh).
The cars have a single-plate gear box connected to a four-speed synchromesh gearbox. They also had independent transverse leaf springs in the front and semi-elliptic springs in the rear much like in the 3.5 Litre.
The car cost £995 when new.
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